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School of Management, Edith Cowan University, Australia c.standing@ecu.edu.au Dr Ying-Chieh Liu Department of Information Management, Chaoyang University of Technology, Taiwan allanliu@cyut.edu.tw A review of the literature shows the factors that impact on the effectiveness of virtual teams are still ambiguous. To address this problem we developed a(More)
The evaluation of information technology (IT) is fraught with misconception and there is a lack of understanding of appropriate IT evaluation methods and techniques. The benefits, costs and risks of IT need to be identified, managed, and controlled if businesses are to derive value from their investments. This paper presents findings from an exploratory(More)
This exploratory study examines the relevant business-to-business electronic commerce (B2BEC) critical success factors of adopted by the small and medium-size enterprise (SME) sector in Taiwan. Well known for the vibrancy of this sector, Taiwan is embracing and aggressively promoting information technology and ecommerce (i.e., B2BEC) and this is(More)
This research examines the relationship between the levels of IT maturity and the use of IS/IT investment evaluation and benefits realization methodologies via case studies and survey in the service sector. The findings indicate that IT maturity has a positive impact on the adoption of IS/IT investment evaluation and benefits realization approaches. A major(More)