McMaster, T., Wastell, D., Ferneley, E., DeGross, J. (Eds.)
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Keywords »Alignment - RFID - Triple Helix - agile software development - diffusion - information systems - maintenance - open innovation - organization - process modeling - radio-frequency identification (RFID) - technological innovation - technology transfer - tools
Organisational Dynamics of Technology-Based Innovation: Diversifying the Information Systems Research Agenda.- Turning the Digital Divide into a Digital Divident: Some Experiences from Manchester, UK.- Dropping Your Tools: The Diversity of the Research Agenda in Organizational Dynamics of Technology-Based Innovation.- Cooperative Models for Information Technology Transfer in the Context of Open Innovation.- Process Modeling Information Systems Development: The SellCo Case.- User-Led Innovation in Call Center Knowledge Work: A Social Shaping Perspective.- The Identity, Dynamics, and Diffusion of MIS.- Measuring Process Innovations and Improvements.- The Impact of Methods and Techniques on Outcomes from Agile Software Development Projects.- Make Technology Invisible, or Keep it Visible? The Role of Intra-organizational Transfer and Integration of Project Outcomes.- Working with Technology in Complex Networks of Interaction.- Information Systems Innovation Research and the Case of RFID.- Exploring the Role of Government in Information Technology Diffusion: An Empirical Study of IT Usage in Shanghai Firms.- The Triple Helix, Open Innovation, and the DOI Research Agenda.- Exploring Structural Changes of the Communications Network During Organizational Crisis.- Socio-Technical Design of the 21st Century: A Vision.