|The moral milieu of information technology: using domain and affordance theory to explain situational and technological effects on ethical IT decision making
||Unethical behavior in the use of IT may result in significant negative impacts on the productivity, profitability, and reputation of the organization. IT exacerbates moral problems through its constant evolution, multi-faceted nature and encroachment...
|Curation-based network marketing: strategies for network growth and electronic word-of-mouth diffusion
||In the last couple of years, a new aspect of online social networking has emerged, in which the strength of social network connections is based not on social ties but mutually shared interests. This dissertation studies these "curation-based" online ...
|Strategic innovation in information technology outsourcing: identifying the gaps between vendor contribution and client requirement
||While much research has focused on information technology (IT) outsourcing, little research has concentrated on how a vendor's offerings fit into the strategic vision of its client company. This research identifies the areas in which client companies...
|Health information technology (HIT) in small and medium sized physician practices: examination of impacts and HIT maturity
||Small and medium sized physician practices (SMPP) are medical practices that consist of a staff of less than 10 physicians. Nearly 60% of the US physicians work in SMPP and face more barriers to HIT adoption and implementation than their larger count...