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Specifying Formative Constructs in Information Systems Research
While researchers go to great lengths to justify and prove theoretical links between constructs, the relationship between measurement items and constructs is often ignored. By default, theExpand
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Firm Performance Impacts of Digitally Enabled Supply Chain Integration Capabilities
Best practice exemplars suggest that digital platforms play a critical role in managing supply chain activities and partnerships that generate performance gains for firms. However, there is limitedExpand
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Assessing the Validity of IS Success Models: An Empirical Test and Theoretical Analysis
The purpose of the present study is to empirically and theoretically assess DeLone and McLean's (1992) and Seddon's (1997) models of information systems (IS) success in a quasi-voluntary IS useExpand
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How Software Project Risk Affects Project Performance: An Investigation of the Dimensions of Risk and an Exploratory Model
To reduce the high failure rate of software projects, managers need better tools to assess and manage software project risk. In order to create such tools, however, information systems researchersExpand
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Leveraging IT Capabilities and Competitive Process Capabilities for the Management of Interorganizational Relationship Portfolios
Firms are increasingly dependent on external resources and are establishing portfolios of interorganizational relationships (IRs) to leverage external resources for competitive advantage. However,Expand
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Interfirm Strategic Information Flows in Logistics Supply Chain Relationships
This paper focuses on strategic information flows between buyers and suppliers within logistics supply chain relationships and on subsequent relationship-specific performance outcomes. Our analysisExpand
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Why Software Projects Escalate: An Empirical Analysis and Test of Four Theoretical Models
Software projects can often spiral out of control to become "runaway systems" that far exceed original budget and schedule projections. The behavior that underlies many runaway systems can best beExpand
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Understanding software project risk: a cluster analysis
Understanding software project risk can help in reducing the incidence of failure. Building on prior work, software project risk was conceptualized along six dimensions. A questionnaire was built andExpand
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Understanding Digital Inequality: Comparing Continued Use Behavioral Models of the Socio-Economically Advantaged and Disadvantaged
Digital inequality is one of the most critical issues in the knowledge economy. The private and public sectors have devoted tremendous resources to address such inequality, yet the results areExpand
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Quality Management in Systems Development: An Organizational System Perspective
We identify top management leadership, a sophisticated management infrastructure, process management efficacy, and stakeholder participation as important elements of a quality-oriented organizationalExpand
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