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Indranil R. Bardhan19
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Haluk Demirkan20
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P. K. Kannan1
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The increasing importance of information technology (IT) services in the global economy prompts researchers in the field of information systems (IS) to give special attention to the foundations of managerial and technical knowledge in this emerging arena of knowledge. Already we have seen the computer science discipline embrace the challenges of finding new directions in design science toward making services-oriented computing approaches more effective, setting the stage for...
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H. Michael Chung1
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Paul Gray1
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H. Michael Chung is Professor in the Department of Information Systems at California State University, Long Beach. He is also Director of the Center for Information Systems Technologies. He was previously on the faculty at Texas A&M University. He received both his Ph.D. and M.B.A. from UCLA. His industry experience includes systems engineering at IBM. He received the Edward W. Carter Award and SIM Award. Dr. Chung's current research interests include decision modeling by applying ...
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Robert O. Briggs26
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Gert-Jan de Vreede4
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Jay F. Nunamaker51
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Field research and laboratory experiments suggest that, under certain circumstances, people using group support systems (GSS) can be significantly more productive than people who do not use them. Yet, despite their demonstrated potential, GSS have been slow to diffuse across organizations. Drawing on the Technology Transition Model, the paper argues that the high conceptual load of GSS (i.e., understanding of the intended effect of GSS functionality) encourages organizations to employ exp...
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Yan Dang12
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Yulei Zhang11
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Hsinchun Chen76
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Effective search support is an important tool for helping individuals deal with the problem of information overload. This is particularly true in the field of nanotechnology, where information from patents, grants, and research papers is growing rapidly. Guided by cognitive fit and cognitive load theories, we develop an advanced Web-based system, Nano Mapper, to support users' search and analysis of nanotechnology developments. We perform controlled experiments to evaluate the func...
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Amrit Tiwana27
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Benn R. Konsynski33
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N. Venkatraman1
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Amrit tiwAnA is a professor of MIS in the terry College of Business at the university of Georgia. He serves as a senior editor at Information Systems Research and on the boards of Journal of Management Information Systems, Strategic Management Journal, and IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management. He has also served on MIS Quarterly’s editorial board. His work on It governance has appeared in Information Systems Research, Journal of Management Informa...
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Roy C. Schmidt3
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Kalle Lyytinen53
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Mark Keil52
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Advocates of software risk management claim that by identifying and analyzing threats to success (i.e., risks) action can be taken to reduce the chance of failure of a project. The first step in the risk management process is to identify the risk itself, so that appropriate countermeasures can be taken. One problem in this task, however, is that no validated lists are available to help the project manager understand the nature and types of risks typically faced in a software project. This paper ...
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Surya B. Yadav1
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the author received the b.s. degree in Electrical Engineering from Banaras Hindu University in 1972, the m.tech. degree in Computer Science from i.t.t. Kanpur, India, in 1974, and the ph.d. degree in Business Information Systems from Georgia State University in 1981. He is currently an Assistant Professor at Texas Tech University, Lubbock, Texas. His research interests include systems analysis and design, database systems, knowledge-based systems, and software engineering...
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Eric W. Stein11
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Betty Vandenbosch1
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Higher-order organizational learning occurs when a company adopts new principles, assumptions, and paradigms, which often turn into competitive advantage. Systems development and implementation offer an opportunity for higher-order organizational learning that is rarely exploited. Advanced information systems, in particular expert systems (ES) and executive information systems (EIS), provide ample opportunities for higher-order organizational learning if the development process is structu...
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Arik Ragowsky12
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Toni M. Somers19
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Arik Ragowsky is an Associate Professor of Information Systems in the Department of Information Systems and Manufacturing and the Director of the Manufacturing Information Systems Center at Wayne State University. He obtained his M.S. and Ph.D. in Information Systems from Tel Aviv University. His experience includes working as a CIO at a manufacturing company and as a consultant for manufacturing organizations with their information systems (ERP systems). Dr. Ragowsky has published in such jo...
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William J. Kettinger9
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Varun Grover65
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William J. Kettinger is Director of the Center of Information Management and Technology Research at the University of South Carolina. Dr. Kettinger is also an Assistant Professor of MIS within the College of Business Administration where he teaches in the Masters of International Business Studies (MIBS) program and has served as Assistant Dean. He has over seventeen years of information systems consulting experience with such companies as IBM, NCR, Philips, AT&T, and numerous unive...
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