Journal: European Journal of Information Systems
Transforming healthcare: policy discourses of IT and patient-centred care
Information Technology (IT) is increasingly seen in policy and academic literature as...
FEDS: a Framework for Evaluation in Design Science Research
Evaluation of design artefacts and design theories is a key activity in Design Science...
How to get the most from a business intelligence application during the post implementation phase? Deep structure transformation at a U.K. retail bank
This paper focuses on the process of maximizing the benefits from a business...
Economic decision criteria for the migration to cloud storage
Cloud storage has fast become a widespread alternative to in‐house costly...
Understanding champion behaviour in a health-care information system development project ‐ how multiple champions and champion behaviours build a coherent whole
van Laere Joeri
Champions are commonly suggested as a means of promoting the adoption of information...
Twenty years of the European information systems academy at ECIS: emergent trends and research topics
Whitley Edgar A
While the information systems (IS) community is increasingly international, it is...
Identity metamorphoses in digital disruption: a relational theory of identity
Digital technologies have disrupted a variety of organizations; however, Information...
The inner and the outer model in explanatory design theory: the case of designing electronic feedback systems
Both Information Technology (IT) artifacts and design theories are important elements...
Utilizing big data analytics for information systems research: challenges, promises and guidelines
This essay discusses the use of big data analytics (BDA) as a strategy of enquiry for...
Work routines as an object of resistance during information systems implementations: theoretical foundation and empirical evidence
When implementing new information systems, organizations often face resistance...
How users perceive and respond to security messages: a NeuroIS research agenda and empirical study
Users are vital to the information security of organizations. In spite of technical...
Representing small business web presence content: the web presence pyramid model
This article investigates ‘stage’ models that have been developed for...
Mindful revolution or mindless trend? Examining agile development as a management fashion
The growing adoption of agile methods of system development can be seen as broadly...
Effectiveness of top management support in enterprise systems success: a contingency perspective of fit between leadership style and system life-cycle
Top management support has been identified as one of the most important factors in the...
Handle mergers and acquisitions with care: the fragility of trust between the IT-service provider and end-users
Massey Anne P
Information technology (IT) implementation continues to be a challenging process for...
Factors influencing the intention to comply with data protection regulations in hospitals: based on gender differences in behaviour and deterrence
German hospitals are required to comply with, and give due consideration to, the data...
Achieving dynamic capabilities with cloud computing: an empirical investigation
Cloud computing enables convenient and on‐demand access to a shared pool of...
Web assurance seal services, trust and consumers’ concerns: an investigation of e-commerce transaction intentions across two nations
Trust is considered as a critical enabler in reducing consumer concerns regarding...
Why different trust relationships matter for information systems users
Technology acceptance research has shown that trust is an important factor fostering...
Measuring eGovernment success: a public value approach
Measuring the success of eGovernment systems depends on how citizens perceive their...
Dispositional and situational factors: influences on information security policy violations
Insiders represent a major threat to the security of an organization’s...
An empirical evaluation of existing IS change theories for the case of IOIS evolution
The phenomenon of inter‐organizational information systems (IOIS) evolution has...
The role of GPS-enabled information in transforming operational decision making: an exploratory study
Although the impact of ICT‐enabled information on firm performance has been...
Information sharing and interoperability: the case of major incident management
Allen David K
Public sector inter‐organisational information sharing and interoperability is...
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