- Prince George
Dr. Kafui Monu's work focuses on understanding, determining and analyzing requirements for information systems involving human decision-making. His work spans the development of systems and processes for disaster management, marketing simulations, financial services, customer relationship management, and gamification. He is the President of the AIS Special Interest Group on Game Design and Research, and has hosted several conference tracks on the subject.
System Analysis, Conceptual Modeling, Gamification, Video Games
Kruchten, P., Woo, C.C., Monu, K., Sootedeh, M.: A conceptual model of disasters encompassing multiple stakeholder domains. International Journal of Emergency Management. Vol. 5, 25—56 (2008).
Monu, K., and Ralph, P. Implications of Gameful Design for the IS Discipline, WITS 2013, Milan, Italy.
Lee, Y. and Monu, K. Corporate Use of Social Media: Technology Affordance and External Stakeholder Relations. Journal of Organizational Computing and Electronic Commerce. Vol. 25-2, 140 – 168 (2015)
Ralph, P. and Monu, K. Towards a Unified Theory of Digital Games. The Computer Games Journal, pg. 1-20. (June 2015).
Monu, K. and Ralph P. Designing the “Appeal” of Educational Games. American Conference on Information Systems 2016, San Diego, USA.
- PhD in Business Administration - University of British Columbia, Sauder School of Business (2011)
- MScBA - University of British Columbia, Sauder School of Business (2005)
- BComm (Honours) - University of Manitoba, Asper School of Business (2002)