Fred K. Weigel, PhD

Major, United States Army

Assistant Professor

Chair Research & Faculty Development Committee

MAJ Fred Weigel

Office Phone: (210) 221-8405
Email: fred.k.weigel.mil@mail.mil

Education:

  • 2011 - PhD - Management Information Systems
    Auburn University, Auburn, Alabama


  • 1996 - BS - Professional Aeronautics
    Embry-Riddle Aeronautical  University 
    Hickman AFB, Hawaii


Courses:

  • Health Management Information Systems
  • Health Policy
  • Quantitative Analysis I
  • Quantitative Analysis II

Professional Affiliations:

  • Member, Academy of Management 
  • Member, Health Information Management Systems Society
  • Member, Association for Information Systems

Selected Publications and Presentations:

Weigel, F. K., Hazen, B. T., (2014) "Technical Proficiency for IS Success." Computers in Human Behavior, 31, 27-36.

Weigel, F. K., Hazen, B. T., Cegelski, C., & Hall, D. J., "Diffusion of Innovations and the Theory of Planned Behavior:  A Meta-Analysis." Communications of the Association for Information Systems. (In press)

Hazen, B. T., Huscroft, J. R., Hall, D. J., Weigel, F. K. & Hanna, J. B., (2014). "Reverse Logistics Information System Success and the Effect of Motivation." International Journal of Physical Distribution & Logistics Management, Vol. 44, No. 3.

Weigel, F. K., Rainer, R. K., Hazen, B. T., Cegelski, C., & Ford, N.  "Uncovering research opportunities in the medical informatics field: A quantitative content analysis." Communications of the Association for Information Systems. (In press)

Hazen, B. T., Ezell, J. D., Weigel, F. K. (2013).  "Routinizing Strategy in Enterprise Architecture." Southern Association for Information Systems (SAIS), Savannah, GA.

Weigel, F. K., Rainer, R. K., Hazen, B. T., Cegielski, C., & Ford, N. (2012). "Use of diffusion of innovations theory in medical informatics research." International Journal of Healthcare Information Systems and Informatics. Vol 7, No 3. pp. 47-59.

Weigel, F. K., Ezell, J. D., & Hazen, B. T. (2012).  Transactive memory theory: A review of the literature and suggesions for future MIS research. Southern Association for Information Systems Conference (SAIS), Atlanta, GA.

Weigel, F. K., Landrum, W. H., & Hall, D. J. (2009). Human-Technology Adaptation Fit Theory for Healthcare. Twelfth Annual Conference of the Southern Association for Information Systems (SAIS), Charleston, SC.

Bohler, J. A., Weigel, F. K., & Hall, D. J. (2009).  Educational Technology Gap Theory. Americas Conference on Information Sysems (AMCIS), San Francisco, CA.