UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN River Falls
Associate Professor - College of Business and Economics
Start Year: 2004
Computer, Information, and Data Sciences
Office: 23f South Hall
Ph.D. University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN, Business Administration with specialization in Information and Decision Sciences, 2005
B.E. B.V. M. College of Engineering, S.P. University, India, Electronics Engineering, 1993
Dr. Jani has taught courses in introductory Information Systems, Programming I, Database Systems, Systems Analysis and Design, Project Management, E-Commerce, and Business Process Management.
Dr. Jani's current research interests focus on supporting moral judgment and reasoning using technology tools, agent-based simulation and business intelligence.
Jani, A. (2011). Escalation of Commitment in Troubled IT Projects: Influence of Project Risk Factors and Self-Efficacy on the Perception of Risk and the Commitment to a Failing Project. International Journal of Project Management.
Articles in Proceedings
Jani, A. (2013). Extending and Evaluating a Case Study Exercise in a Systems Analysis and Design Course. Midwest Instruction and Computing Symposium.
Jani, A. (2013). Extending and Evaluating a Case Study Exercise in a Systems Analysis and Design Course. Midwestern Instruction and Computing Symposium, La Crosse, Wisconsin.
Jani, A. (2013). Argument Mapping Using CMapTools Software to Aid the Reasoning Ability of Students. 2nd Annual Northwest Regional Instructional Technology Showcase, Menomonie, Wisconsin
2012: Wisconsin Teaching Scholar representing the University of Wisconsin-River Falls