Journal: Eur J Inf Syst
Conflicts and complements between eastern cultures and agile methods: an empirical investigation
Agile methods have been widely adopted around the world – particularly in the...
Variable use of standards-based IOS enabling technologies in Australian SMEs: an examination of deliberate and emergent decision making processes
Use of inter‐organizational systems (IOS) is widely recognized as pivotal to...
Interorganizational dependence, information transparency in interorganizational information systems, and supply chain performance
To explain the large disparity between the potential and practice of...
The concept of mindfulness in information systems research: a multi-dimensional analysis
The concept of mindfulness has garnered increasing attention during the last decade....
The public procurement of information systems: dialectics in requirements specification
When acquiring information systems, public entities face a dilemma. On the one hand,...
A narrative approach to publishing information systems research: inspiration from the French New Novel tradition
In this paper, we suggest an alternative way of producing Information Systems (IS)...
‘What else is there…?’: reporting meditations in experiential computing
Compelled by Yoo’s (MIS Q, 34:213–231, 2010) call for research on...
Crowdsourcing of information systems research
This paper addresses how technology‐mediated mass collaboration offers a...
The limits to language in doing systems design
We employ a conversational genre of performative research in order to explore...
A half-moon on my skin: a memoir on life with an activity tracker
Experiential computing shifts the focus of IS research on how humans encounter...
Once upon a time: Crafting allegories to analyze and share the cultural complexity of strategic alignment
Allegories are fictional tales that convey meaning not explicitly set out in their...
Alternative genres in information systems research
In this special issue, we advocate a critical stance toward the presentational...
Triggered essential reviewing: the effect of technology affordances on service experience evaluations
This paper responds to the recent call for understanding the nature and consequences...
Contextualizing the twin concepts of systematicity and transparency in information systems literature reviews
Recently there has been a great deal of advice published for information systems...
Fragmentation or cohesion? Visualizing the process and consequences of information system diversity, 1993‐2012
In information systems (IS) literature, there is ongoing debate as to whether the...
Collaborative partner or opponent: How the messenger influences the deaf effect in IT projects
Prior research suggests that information technology (IT) project escalation can result...
Alignment in an inter-organisational network: the case of ARC transistance
We consider the processes of achieving alignment in coordinated...
Examining the intended and unintended consequences of organisational privacy safeguards
Research shows that despite organisational efforts to achieve privacy compliance,...
Information systems security policy implementation in practice: from best practices to situated practices
Organizations face institutional pressure to adopt information systems security (ISS)...
Mixed results in strategic IT alignment research: a synthesis and empirical study
The alignment of business strategy and IT has been a top managerial concern for...
Useful business cases: value creation in IS projects
Business cases have become popular as part of managing value creation in IS projects....
Untangling the complex role of guilt in rational decisions to discontinue the use of a hedonic Information System
The discontinuance of the use of hedonic information systems (IS) has become somewhat...
A process explanation of the effects of institutional distance between parties in outsourced information systems development projects
Outsourced information systems development (OISD) projects are challenging endeavors,...
An empirical analysis of the factors and measures of Enterprise Architecture Management success
Enterprise Architecture Management (EAM) is discussed in academia and industry as a...
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