Nigel Patrick Melville is an American sociotechnical scientist, an Associate Professor of Information Systems at the University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business, and the Design Science Program Chair. His primary focus areas include digital transformation, energy informatics, and AI affordances. Professor Melville’s significant contributions to the information systems field revolve around technology-enabled change, in particular, how organizations leverage digital technologies to improve operations and achieve strategic goals. His research, which encompasses foundational theoretical and empirical analyses, is widely influential, with more than 9500 citations on Google Scholar. In service to the scientific community, Professor Melville holds membership on various editorial boards, chairs tracks and delivers keynote addresses at premier conferences, and is a member of the UN Environment Program’s Coalition for Digital Environmental Sustainability (CODES). He has lived throughout the world his entire life, attending middle school in England, working in Osaka as a technical editor, and recently living in Hyderabad. Professor Melville melds his scholarly insights with a global perspective to consult for large organizations aiming to achieve leadership with GenAI in the fourth industrial revolution.
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the Nature of Information Technology as a Production Input? New Evidence and New Results
Organizational Process Redesign, and Business Value: An Empirical Analysis