Journal of Information, Information Technology, and Organizations

Articles from Vol. 3, Annual

An Ethnographic Study of Conflict in Software Engineering Teams
Introduction This paper describes an ethnographic study that involved observing seven software engineering (SE) teams. The teams were observed for the duration of their projects with the goal of gaining an insight into the conflict episodes that...
An Exploration of the Culture of Information Technology: Focus on Unrelenting Change
Introduction Since the 1990s, information technology (IT) has emerged as an essential element in the business environment and has been recognized as a critical component of business strategy. Technology not only enables organizations to compete...
Applying Importance-Performance Analysis to Information Systems: An Exploratory Case Study
Introduction Information technology (IT) and information systems (IS) continue to be highly or significantly debated in today's corporate environments. As IT spending grows and becomes commoditized and as essential as electricity and running...
A Study of the Impact of Dress Model Technology on Intention to Buy on Evolving E-CRM European Union Web Sites
Introduction Electronic business (e-Business) continues to benefit from the growth in the number of consumers on the Internet, which is currently estimated to be 750 + million globally, a 10% increase from 2006 ("Worldwide internet audience,"...
Best Practices for Communication between Client and Vendor in IT Outsourcing Projects
Introduction With the usage of information and communication technologies (ICT) now considered routine and commoditized by most organizations, such auxiliary or non-core functionalities are better managed by the practice of outsourcing. Outsourcing...
Computer Supported Collaborative Learning and Social Creativity: A Case Study of Fashion Design
Introduction Computer supported collaborative learning (CSCL) is regarded as being a powerful pedagogical process to promote social creativity (Arias, Eden, Fisher, Gorman, & Scharff, 2000; Fischer, 1999; Kvan, Yip, & Vera, 1999; Lipponen,...
Influence of Information Culture on Adoption of a Self-Service System
Introduction This article reports on a case study of a self-service based human resources management system (HRMS) in a Utilities Company (code name) in Canada, by extending the adoption analysis beyond previously illuminated cognitive aspects...
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