Ahmed Gad Abdel-Wahab
Professor of Management
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Ahmed Gad Abdel-Wahab (Ph.D. University of Stirling, Scotland) is professor of management at Mansoura University; He has a master's in business from the University of Mansoura. He is an author of two books in management, and organizational behavior that are used at the University of Mansoura. He has published a number of articles in Egypt in the field of organizational behavior such as leadership, team building and managerial values. He also has published a number of articles in the field of information and communication technology in international journals such as Behaviour & Information Technology (BIT): Taylor & Francis; Electronic Journal of Communication: State University of New York; The Electronic Journal of Information Systems in Developing Countries (EJISDC): City University of Hong Kong; International Journal of Business Data Communications and Networking (IJBDCN): University of Auckland, New Zealand.
Professor Abdel-Wahab\'s articles about the possibility of applying telecommuting, e-medicine, and telemedicine in Egypt has opened the door for researchers in Egypt to do further investigations on these topics and take further steps toward the application of such new concepts in Egypt.
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Abdel-Wahab, Ahmed Gad, Omer, Rabab, Attalla, Sohayla (2009): Factors Affecting Doctors\' Intention to Adopt Electronic Medicine: A case From Egypt. In The Internet Journal of Medical Informatics, 5 (1) pp. .
Abdel-Wahab, Ahmed Gad (2008): Modeling Managers\' Intentions to Adopt Telecommuting in a Developing Country: A Case from. In The Electronic Journal of Communication, 18 (1) pp. .
Abdel-Wahab, Ahmed Gad (2008): Modeling Students\' Intention to Adopt E-learning: A Case from Egypt. In The Electronic Journal of Information Systems in Developing Countries, 34 (1) pp. 13.
Abdel-Wahab, Ahmed Gad (2007): Employees\' attitudes towards Telecommuting. An empirical investigation in the Egyptian Go. In Behaviour and Information Technology, 26 (5) pp. 367-375. http://www.informaworld.com/10.1080/01449290500535426