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Content Level »Research
Keywords »Mapping - agile IT - information system - innovation - modeling - organization - radio-frequency identification (RFID) - service-oriented computing
Why Agility Now?.- Agility in Fours: IT Diffusion, IT Infrastructures, IT Development, and Business.- Information Technology Diffusion Research: An Interim Balance.- Agility in Information Systems Development: A Three-Tiered Framework.- Agile IT Diffusion.- Navigating Software Process Improvement Projects.- Mapping Social Networks in Software Process Improvement: An Action Research Study.- Organizational Information System Adoption: A Network Perspective.- Crossing the Chasm in Software Process Improvement.- Fooling Around: The Corporate Jester as an Effective Change Agent for Technological Innovation.- IT Infrastructures Agility.- An Empirical Investigation of the Potential of RFID Technology to Enhance Supply Chain Agility.- Difficulties in Implementing the Agile Supply Chain: Lessons Learned from Interorganizational Information Systems Adoption.- Agility Through Implementation: A Case from a Global Supply Chain.- Agile Development.- A Study of the Use of Agile Methods within Intel.- How Agile is Agile Enough? Toward a Theory of Agility in Software Development.- Improving Business Agility Through Technical Solutions: A Case Study on Test-Driven Development in Mobile Software Development.- Web Publishing: An Extreme, Agile Experience.- Using the Mission Critical Market Differentiating (MCMD) Model to Improve Business and Information Technology Agility.- Business Agility.- Agility and Information Technology Diffusion in the Semiconductor Industry.- Assessing Business Agility: A Multi-Industry Study in The Netherlands.- A Framework for Enterprise Agility and the Enabling Role of Digital Options.- Agile Enterprise Cornerstones: Knowledge, Values, and Response Ability.- Challenges Ahead.- How to Make Government Agile to Cope with Organizational Change.- Reflections on Software Agility and Agile Methods: Challenges, Dilemmas, and the Way Ahead.- Panels.- Looking Back and Looking Forward: Diffusion and Adoption of Information Technology Research in IFIP WG 8.6—Achievements and Future Challenges.- Agile Software Development Methods: When and Why Do They Work?.- Enabling Business Agility Through Information Technology Management.