Academic Profile : Faculty

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Assoc Prof Pee Loo Geok
Associate Professor, Wee Kim Wee School of Communication and Information
 
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Journal Articles
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Highly Cited:
Pee, L. G., Woon, I. M., & Kankanhalli, A. (2008). Explaining non-work-related computing in the workplace: A comparison of alternative models. Information and Management, 45(2), 120-130.

Pee, L. G., Kankanhalli, A., & Kim, H. W. (2010). Knowledge sharing in information systems development: A social interdependence perspective. Journal of the Association for Information Systems, 11(10), 550-575.

Pee, L. G., & Kankanhalli, A. (2016). Interactions among factors influencing knowledge management in public-sector organizations: A resource-based view. Government Information Quarterly, 33(1), 188-199.

Pee, L. G., & Kankanhalli, A. (2009). A model of organisational knowledge management maturity based on people, process, and technology. Journal of Information and Knowledge Management, 8(2), 79-99.

Pee, L. G. (2018). Affordances for sharing domain-specific and complex knowledge on enterprise social media. International Journal of Information Management, 43, 25-37.

Pee, L. G., Jiang, J., & Klein, G. (2018). Signaling effect of website usability on repurchase intention. International Journal of Information Management, 39, 228-241.

Pee, L. G., & Lee, J. (2015). Intrinsically motivating employees’ online knowledge sharing: Understanding the effects of job design. International Journal of Information Management, 35(6), 679-690.

Zhang, D., Pee, L. G., & Cui, L. (2021). Artificial intelligence in E-commerce fulfillment: A case study of resource orchestration at Alibaba’s Smart Warehouse. International Journal of Information Management, 57, 102304.

Tang, J., Pee, L. G., & Iijima, J. (2013). Investigating the effects of business process orientation on organizational innovation performance. Information and Management, 50(8), 650-660.

Pee, L. G., & Min, J. (2017). Employees’ online knowledge sharing: The effects of person-environment fit. Journal of Knowledge Management, 21(2), 432–453.

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Recent Publication:
Zhang, D., Pee, L. G., Pan, S. L., & Liu, W. (2022). Orchestrating artificial intelligence for urban sustainability. Government Information Quarterly, 39(4), 101720.

Chen, X., Chua, A. Y., & Pee, L. G. (2022). Who sells knowledge online? An exploratory study of knowledge celebrities in China. Internet Research, 32(3), 916–942.

Pee, L. G., & Pan, S. L. (2022). Climate-intelligent cities and resilient urbanisation: Challenges and opportunities for information research. International Journal of Information Management, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijinfomgt.2021.102446.

Zheng, H., & Pee, L. G. (2022). Research knowledge utilisation for societal impact: Information practices based on abductive topic modelling. Journal of Information Science, Article in press.

Zhang, D., Pee, L. G., Pan, S. L., & Cui, L. (2022). Big data analytics, resource orchestration, and digital sustainability: A case study of smart city development. Government Information Quarterly, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.giq.2021.101626

Zheng, H., Pee, L. G., & Zhang, D. (2021). Societal impact of research: A text mining study of impact types. Scientometrics, 126(9), 7397-7417.

Pee, L. G., Pan, S. L., Li, M., & Jia, S. (2020). Social informatics of information value cocreation: A case study of xiaomi's online user community. Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology, 71(4), 409-422.

Pan, S. L., & Pee, L. G. (2020). Usable, in‐use, and useful research: A 3U framework for demonstrating practice impact. Information Systems Journal, 30(2), 403-426.

Pee, L. G., Pan, S. L., & Cui, L. (2019). Artificial intelligence in healthcare robots: A social informatics study of knowledge embodiment. Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology, 70(4), 351-369.

Pee, L. G., & Lee, J. (2015). Intrinsically motivating employees’ online knowledge sharing: Understanding the effects of job design. International Journal of Information Management, 35(6), 679-690.
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