Center of Excellence in Higher Education
The First Private University in Bangladesh

Dr. Ummaha Tul Hazra

Full Time Faculty
Assistant Professor

Ph.D. in Information Systems
University of Cape Town, South Africa

MMSc in Management of Technology & Innovation
Ryerson University, Canada

MBA in Accounting & Information Systems - Strategy stream 
University of Dhaka, Bangladesh

Phone: +880-2-55668200 Ext- 1753
Email: ummaha.hazra@northsouth.edu
Office: NAC 836

 

 
 
 

 

 
 

McNeish, J., A. Francescucci, A. and Hazra, U. (2016). Exploring consumers’ reluctance to give
up local hard drives after adopting the Cloud. Journal of Information, Communication, and Ethics in Society,14(2), 152 – 166.

McNeish, J.E. & Hazra, U. (2014). Interpreting simultaneous use of an existing technology and its replacement innovation. International Journal of Technology Marketing, 9(4), 376–391.

Middleton, C. & Hazra, U. T. (2011). Understanding the costs and benefits associated with advanced e‐business solutions in Canadian small and medium‐sized enterprises. Report for Industry Canada. http://www.broadbandresearch.ca/ourresearch/ebusiness_Canadian_SMEs.pdf

Ted Rogers School of Management Graduate Scholarship Award, Ryerson University

PhD in Information Systems, University of Cape Town, South Africa

Master of Management Science, Management of Technology and Innovation, Ryerson University, Canada

Master of Business Administration, Accounting & Information Systems, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh

Bachelor of Business Administration, Accounting & Information Systems, University of Dhaka

 

 


2015 – Present    Assistant Professor, Department of Management, North South University

2009 – Present   Research Scientist, Institute for Innovation & Technology Management (IITM), Ted Rogers School of Management, Ryerson University, Toronto, Canada

 

 

 

Graduate:

Computer Information Systems

Technology Management and Innovation

Leadership Theory and Practice

Undergraduate:

Organizational Behavior

Designing Effective Organizations

                

Digital Divide

Information Ethics

Technology Management and Innovation
New media and society
Qualitative research methods