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This paper presents the results of a 6-year longitudinal survey of the websites of Standard & Poor's (S&P) 500 companies. Using the technology acceptance model (TAM) and impression management theory as guidance, and eight design and functional measures, we find that S&P 500 companies have gone...
A growing body of literature suggests that greater benefits of e-business will be obtained when e-business is integrated throughout a supply chain. However, organizations are still cautious in adopting e-business technologies. This paper examines whether a strategic case for e-commerce can be...
Innovation and knowledge creation—these two concepts have a strong relationship but this relationship has not been examined systematically. This paper reviews the important theoretical work in both streams of research, highlighting the fundamental similarities and differences. Four major models...
This case outlines a study in which a blended learning process involving the development of managers was tightly coupled to organisational change and development objectives. It discusses how a research and consulting team came together to develop highly reflexive pedagogy to support the work of...
The use of information and consequently the development of more effective strategies for its management are widely accepted as being important issues for any organisation. This is particularly the case for engineering SMEs in the Advanced Engineering sector where systematic knowledge resources...
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