University of Southern California

Jeremiah Johnson
Ph.D. Candidate in Information and Operations Management

USC Marshall School of Business
Los Angeles, CA 90089-0808

MBA, BA, New Mexico State University


Jeremiah Johnson is a Ph.D. candidate in the Information and Operations Management department at the Marshall School at USC. Before returning to school, he worked as a Systems Analyst at SAIC, contracted to Sandia National Laboratories. His research interests include virtual teams, conflict and compromise, open source development, identity, games, and security technology. He is currently serving in his second year as Student Representative to the Organizational Communication and Information Systems (OCIS) division of the Academy of Management, and is in charge of the student web site.


Majchrzak, A., Birnbaum More, P. H., and Johnson, J. (2011) "Clarifying the Role of Job Resources in Reducing Economic Job Strain,".
Majchrzak, A., Birnbaum More, P. H., and Johnson, J. (2011) "Practices to Improve Group Creativity: a Longitudinal Field Investigation," Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, 45.
Majchrzak, A., Birnbaum More, P. H., Johnson, J., Sengupta, K., and Wagner, C. (2008) "Using wikis to generate learning at ICIS 2007," ICIS 2008 Proceedings.
El Sawy, O. A., Clark, J., Johnson, J., Oh, J., and Park, Y. (2007) "Theorizing around the Boundaries of Strategy and Emerging Technologies: Levels of Mindfulness,".