Ph.D. Information Science, University of Otago, New Zealand
Master of Management Information Systems, Amman Arab University, Jordan
BSc of Electrical & Electronic Engineering, University of Bath, UK
Business value of websites (eCommerce Websites), Social Commerce (Social Medial for eCommerce), Management Information Systems, Project Management, Digital transformation, eHealth, Innovation, AI and Blockchain
- Ghandour, A., Shestak, V., & Sokolovskiy, K. (2021). Security and Privacy of Adolescents in Social Applications and Networks: Legal Practice of Developing Countries International Journal of Electronic Security and Digital Forensics, Forthcoming. doi: 10.1504/IJESDF.2022.10036942
- Al-Enizi, Z. K., Ghandour, A., & Al-Hajaya, N. H. (2021). Revocation of Emirati citizenship due to committing cybercrimes. International Review of Law, Computers & Technology, 1-24. doi: 10.1080/13600869.2021.1886942
- Al-Enizi, Z. K., & Ghandour, A. (2021). Introducing Smart e-Trials into the UAE Judicial System. Arab Law Quarterly, Advance Articles, 1-23. doi: https://doi.org/10.1163/15730255-BJA10045
- Zhang, Y., Ghandour, A., & Shestak, V. (2020). Using Learning Analytics to Predict Students Performance in Moodle LMS. International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning, 15(20), 102 - 115. doi: https://doi.org/10.3991/ijet.v15i20.15915
- Ghandour, A., & Woodford, B. J. (2020). COVID-19 Impact on E-Commerce in UAE. Paper presented at the 2020 21st International Arab Conference on Information Technology (ACIT), Giza, Egypt.https://doi: 10.1109/ACIT50332.2020.9300077
- Ghandour, A. (2020). The Impact of Covid-19 on Project Delivery: A perspective from the construction sector in the United Arab Emirates. Humanities & Social Sciences Reviews, 8(5), 169 - 177. doi: 0.18510/hssr.2020.8516
- Ghandour, A (2020). “Managing Innovation Process in the real estate industry - Case study from UAE”, International journal of innovation, creativity and change, Vol. 13, No 12, 744 753. https://www.ijicc.net/images/vol_13/Iss_12/131269_Ghandour_2020_E_R.pdf
- Andreev, O., The, C., Ghandour, A., and Gurova, T. (2020). “Information technologies, e-commerce retail platforms and the impact on the regional economy”, Talent Development & Excellence, Vol.12, No.2s, 4205-4216. http://iratde.com/index.php/jtde/article/view/1412
- Ghandour, A. and Woodford, B. (2020). “Ethical Issues in Artificial Intelligence in UAE”, in the proceedings of the International Arab Conference on Information Technology ACIT’2019, Al Ain, UAE 3-5 December. 2019. IEEE DOI: 10.1109/ACIT47987.2019.8990997
- Ghandour, A. (2020). “Knowledge Sharing Platform for Multi-site Organisation”, in the proceedings of the International Arab Conference on Information Technology ACIT’2019, Al Ain, UAE 3-5 December. 2019. IEEE DOI: 10.1109/ACIT47987.2019.8991121
- Ghandour, N and Ghandour, A. (2019). “The Experience of three different user groups using personally controlled health record for multidisciplinary care team”, Australasian Journal of Information Systems, Vol. 23 (2019), 1-33.
- Nuseir, M.T. and Ghandour, A. (2019). “Ethical issues in modern business management”. International Journal of Procurement Management, Vol. 12, No. 5, 592 - 605. (DOI: 10.1504/IJPM.2019.10018652)
- Ghandour, A. (2019). ‘Crafting a web-unique value proposition using the concept analysis technique’, Global Business and Economics Review, Vol. 21, No. 1, 14-25.
- Ghandour, A. (2018). ‘FAHP-based to-do-list for eCommerce websites the case of SMEs in Abu Dhabi’, Int. J. Economics and Business Research, Vol. 15, No. 1, pp.52–71.
- Ghandour, A. (2017). “Online Value Proposition: Concept Analysis”, in the proceedings of the 30th Business & Economics Society International (B&ESI), Abu Dhabi, UAE 8-11 January. 2017. (Also discussant and a session chair)
- Ghandour, A. (2016). “Identifying Factors That Influence The Behavioural Intention To Use A New Mobile Payment System In Abu Dhabi”, in the proceedings of the IJAS International Conference for Academic Discipline, Al Ain, UAE 1-4 Feb. 2016. (I have also chaired a session)
- Ghandour, A., (2015). "Website Value Model for SMEs," International Journal of electronic Commerce Studies (IJECS). Vol. 6, No. 2, pp. 203-222. http://academic-pub.org/ojs/index.php/ijecs/article/view/1403
- Ghandour, A. (2015). “An Exploratory study of the usage level of E-Commerce among Small and Medium Enterprises in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates”, Global Business & Economics Anthology (GBEA), March 2015, Volume I, pp. 151 - 159, ISSN: 1553-1392 http://www.besiweb.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/06/GBEA1511.pdf
- Ghandour, A., (2015). "Big Data Driven E-Commerce architecture,” International Journal of Economics, Commerce & Management (IJECM). Vol. III, No 5. Pages 940 – 947. ISSN 2348-0386 http://ijecm.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2015/05/3560.pdf
- Ghandour, A., Benwell, G. L., and Deans, K. R. (2013), “eCommerce website Metrics,", in the International Journal of Academic Conference Proceedings (IJACP), presented at the International Conference on Business Management & Information Systems, Institute of Management Technology, Dubai (ICBMIS2013), http://journal.ijacp.org/ISSN: 2164-263X. This paper has been adjudged as the best paper, II, presented at the International Conference on Business Management and Information Systems (ICBMIS2013), Dubai
Principles of MIS (U), Management Information Systems (G), E-Business (U), Project Management (U, G), Business System and Applications. Knowledge Management
- The Institute of IT Professionals / New Zealand
- NZ Society for Risk Management
- Jordan Engineers Association
- Association for Information Systems
Sep 10, 2019
The ethical issues in business management have always been co-existing, but their type and quantum have been changed in the present digital world. The globalisation and digitisation of business have not only altered the ethical issues but also their gravity, as evidenced by the widening of problems and complaints. In the 21st century, business management is becoming more complex while a multitude of ethical issues appears simultaneously. Thus, an in-depth understanding of ethical problems and identification of mitigating options is required, for which these review efforts have been undertaken. Highly relevant research studies were selected from the literature and presented in a critique style, elaborating both sides of the picture. Significant findings were documented logically with consequent conclusions.
The Experience of three different user groups using personally controlled health record for multidisciplinary care team
Published in: Australasian Journal of Information Systems
Feb 02, 2019
Personally Controlled Health Records (PCHR) are patient-centric tools which allow individuals to own, manage, access and share their health information online from anywhere, at any time. Patient-centric tools have received considerable interest and investment in recent years worldwide. These tools are thought to have the potential to increase individuals' self-management and involvement in their own health, as well as improve healthcare efficiency and delivery. The aim of this study is to report and analyse the experiences of three different user groups using PCHR for Multidisciplinary Care Team (MDCT) including the advantages, disadvantages, barriers and obstacles, and the current state of PCHR. In order to achieve the aim of this study, sixteen interviews with key informants from three different user groups were conducted in Dunedin, New Zealand. Interviews were transcribed and analysed with thematic analysis. The key findings of this research showed that those who can benefit the most from PCHRs are the least able to use it. It suits those who have basic knowledge about computers and the internet and those who can afford to use them. PCHR is also best suited for individuals who are motivated about their health despite their health condition. However, more research is needed in the future with a larger sample, an easier to use PCHR, different population other than community health workers, patients with different chronic illnesses, and healthy patients. This research can be used as a basis and tested in future research on PCHR adoption. © 2019 Ghandour & Ghandour. SciVal Topic Pro
Published in: Global Business and Economics Review
Jan 01, 2019
Abstract View references (35) Online value proposition is an integral part of websites because it identifies the reason why customers will click on, return, register or buy from the website and feel motivated to share their experience. The purpose of this paper is to develop a framework for identifying competitive web value propositions for e-commerce website. This paper outlines a conceptual analysis of value proposition for e-commerce website combined with the value life cycle in a manner that offers managers a tool to create a web unique value proposition. The result of this paper is the four-cycle process which is an exercise an organisation can undertake in its own organisation’s context. Such exercise would be a group activity enabling them to achieve a shared understanding while developing a clearer conceptualisation of the online value proposition concept.
Published in: Int. J. Economics and Business Research
Jan 01, 2018
The continued disappointment among SMEs for their online activities and the subsequent struggle in recognising benefits is a call for action to develop a checklist to guide owners/managers. Based on the web marketing mix, this paper responds to such requirement and develop a prioritised and most important to-do-list that can be used as a guideline for eCommerce website development. Further, the fuzzy analytic hierarchy process (FAHP) approach was used to rank and prioritise the list. The results show 22 items where 'setting a strategic goal' and 'making the website search friendly' made it to the top of the list. Surprisingly, mobile marketing came last on the list indicating that SMEs in UAE are not yet utilising the power of smartphones for eCommerce purposes.
Dec 20, 2015
Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) continue to struggle to measure the success of their website. This results in ineffective eCommerce activities and the consequent disappointment in recognisable benefits. There is a need for a website operational model offering managers the ability to understand the payoffs from their investment. This paper presents an empirically proven intuitive eCommerce website operational model that offers managers a comprehensive way of understanding their website operation. The model premise is simple: the achievement of operational excellence will lead to improved financial performance. The central task for managers, then, lies in understanding what drives operational excellence and then committing the necessary resources to the development of the drivers. Managerial implications stemming from the empirical findings are also discussed.