Faculty & Staff

photo of One-Ki (Daniel) Lee

One-Ki (Daniel) Lee, PhD

  • Associate Professor of Management Science and Information Systems
  • Telephone: 617.287.7757
  • Office Location: M-5-230

Areas of Expertise

Information Technology (IT) Management and Strategies, IT-Enabled Organizational Capabilities, Global Project Management, Project Risk Management, IT Governance and Controls


PhD, City University of Hong Kong
MS, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST)
BS, Yonsei University

Professional Publications & Contributions

Additional Information


One-Ki (Daniel) Lee is an active researcher in the areas of IT-enabled organizational dynamic capabilities (e.g., agility, knowledge management capability), agile project management in global settings, and IT governance and resource management. His work has appeared in many leading information systems (IS) journals, including the Information Systems Research, Communications of the ACM, Information and Management, Journal of Global Information Management, and Online Information Review, and international conferences, including ICIS, ECIS, HICSS, ICGSE, PACIS, and AMCIS.

Courses Taught
  • Project Management
  • IT Controls and Auditing
  • IT Services and Operations
  • Computer and Information Systems
  • e-Business Strategies and Management
Research Interests
  • IT-Enabled Organizational Dynamic Capabilities (Agility and KM Capability)
  • Organizational IT Management and Ambidexterity
  • Global IT Project Management and Agile Project Risk Management
  • IT/IS Governance and Strategy
  • Agile Disaster Recovery Systems
Professional Activities
  • IS Academic Society Reviewer (MISQ, ISR, JAIS, JSIS, EJIS, I&M, IEEE, etc.)
  • Editorial Board, Journal of Information Technology Services (2014 – current)
  • Program Co-Chair, Post-ICIS LG CNS/KrAIS Workshop (2015)
  • Mini-Track Co-Chair, Americas Conference on Information Systems (2015)
  • Associate editor, International Conference on Information Systems (2011)
  • Best Reviewer Award, Post-ICIS LG CNS/KrAIS Workshop (2014)
  • Betty Diener Graduate Teaching Award, CM, UMass Boston (2012)
  • CM Faculty Research Scholarship Award (2010)
  • Best Paper Award, Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems (2008)
  • Top Ten Download List in the Social Science Research Network (2008)
  • Outstanding Academic Performance Award, City University of Hong Kong (2005)