Tim Olsen
Tim Olsen, PhD
Visiting Jesuit Partner Faculty
Assistant Professor of Management Information Systems, Gonzaga University School of Business
  • BS, BYU, 2006
  • MS (Information Systems Management), BYU, 2007
  • PhD, Georgia State University, 2014
  • Associate, Ernst & Young
  • Olsen, T., Carmel, E. “The Process of Atomization of Business Tasks for Crowdsourcing.” Strategic Outsourcing: An International Journal, November 2013.
  • Kaganer, E., Carmel, E., Olsen, T., Hirschheim, R. “Clouds and Crowds: obstacles, enablers, and choices” MIT – Sloan Management Review, January 2013.
  • Wang, H., Du, R., Olsen, T. “Examining the Relationship between Consumers’ Satisfaction, Trust and Repurchase Intention: The Role of Perceived Effectiveness of Feedback Mechanisms” Human Computer Interaction, Los Angeles, CA, August, 2015
  • Olsen, T., “What the crowd means for research, data gathering and analysis” Workshop on Transparency and Openness, ICIS, Milan, Italy, December 2013
  • Olsen, T., Moser, K. “Teaching Web APIs in Introductory and Programming Classes: How and Why” SIG–ED, ICIS, Milan, Italy, December 2013
  • Olsen, T. Welke, R. “Understanding Events, Critical Incidents, and Punctuation in Process Theories” AMCIS, Chicago, IL, August 2013