Ann Frances Cameron

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We are indebted to the Queen's Centre for Knowledge-Based Enterprises (KBE Centre) at Queen's School of Business (http://business.queensu.ca/kbe) for its generous support of this project. Christopher Street is a third-year doctoral student of Management at Queen's School of Business in Kingston, Ontario, Canada. His research interests include organizational(More)
The objective of most Delphi studies is the reliable and creative exploration of ideas or the production of sustainable information for decision making. The Delphi method is a structured process of collecting and distilling knowledge from a panel of experts by means of questionnaires interspersed with controlled opinion feedback [1]. Delphi studies employ(More)
BACKGROUND The challenge of understanding factors influencing compliance with injectable treatments is critical as injectable biologics/medications become more common. OBJECTIVE Understanding compliance issues for long term self-injectable treatments, using a chronic condition (osteoporosis) as a model. RESEARCH DESIGN A qualitative study to generate(More)
Based on Cohen's [4] model of traditional teams, the effectiveness of members of six virtual teams were investigated. Case studies in three different industries were conducted. Thirty-nine team members, along with the teams' manager/sponsor, were interviewed. Previously published analysis of this data [18]investigated patterns between various team input(More)
Faced with growing pressures to be more environmentally sustainable, many companies are increasingly exploring innovative ways to incorporate " green " practices into their business processes. We focus on employees and their potential contributions to organization-wide sustainability goals through their pro-environmental behaviours. This article reports on(More)
The main objective of this research is to investigate how input device type influences users' memory retrieval (i.e., stimulus recognition). We build upon prior research on the somatosensory (tactile) system to argue that the use of a direct input device (i.e., touch screen) involves a multisensory experience and more cerebral activities than an indirect(More)