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Purpose – The gap between top management and IS personnel is preventing organisations develop a competitive advantage based on IS. The purpose of this paper is thus to improve the understanding of the relationship between top management and IS personnel and to identify the key factors that are...
Purpose – Most firms select their information technology outsourcing (ITO) vendors based on the two methods of the weighted‐criteria evaluation technique – the “qualification score plus the lowest bid price for the highest price score (QS‐LBHPS)” and the “qualification score plus the average bid...
Purpose – Theoretical perspectives from other fields are used to shed additional light on an individual's technology acceptance, due to the fact that it is frequently replicated with minor tweaks and extensions. The entrepreneurial event model (EEM) is an intentional model, which measures the...
Purpose – The current conventional strategic management model is incapable of dealing with various questions on organizational management in a dynamically discontinuous environment. Hence, how an enterprise can effectively apply its knowledge management (KM) capability and develop a uniquely...
Purpose – Enterprise architecture (EA) aligns information systems with business processes to enable firms to reach their strategic objectives and, when effectively employed by organizations, can lead to enhanced levels of performance. However, while many firms may adopt EA, it is often not used...
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to investigate boundary spanning tactics in a cross‐organizational virtual alliance and discuss the analytical value of “digging” into technology for excavating boundaries and understanding their dynamic and emergent features. Design/methodology/approach –...
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to investigate the experiences of dot‐com pioneers in developing countries to complement the experience of their counterparts from the developed world as documented in the dot‐com boom and bust literature. Beginning from this literature, dot‐com phenomenon...
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