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A qualitative case study of the adoption and use of an agricultural decision support system in the Australian cotton industry: The socio-technical view
In response to the call for research that considers the human as well as the technical aspects of information systems implementation, the authors report on an interpretive case study which exploresExpand
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Structuration bridging diffusion of innovations and gender relations theories: a case of paradigmatic pluralism in IS research
This paper discusses the adoption of a pluralist theoretical framework – one that is also multiparadigmatic – for conducting and publishing information system (IS) research. The discussion isExpand
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The Work Readiness of Master of Information Systems International Students at an Australian University: A Pilot Study
Introduction A review of the literature from government, industry, and academic sources identifies that the Australian information and communication technology (ICT) industry suffers from spirallingExpand
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The Skills Framework for the Information Age as a Means for Investigating Work-Integrated Learning
This paper reports on a pilot study using the Skills Framework for the Information Age (SFIA) as a means for examining interns’ roles in the workplace, the skills they utilise or lack, and theirExpand
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Making Sense of Business Intelligence: Proposing a Socio-Technical Framework for Improved Decision Making in Not-for-Profit Organisations
The authors of this paper argue that human intuition alone cannot be relied upon for strategic decision making in today’s business environment and that quality data intelligence is an imperative. TheExpand
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Harnessing Diversity: Individual Differences in the Use of Farm Management Software
This paper reports on an interpretive study which explores the influences of socio-cultural factors in the interplay between farm women and technology for farm management purposes on AustralianExpand
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Not so `Invisible': A qualitative case study exploring gender relations and farm management software
This qualitative case study explored farm management practices by women cotton growers who used computer-based information systems, most particularly the agricultural farm management software,Expand
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'We work as a team really': Gender Homophily on Australian Cotton Farms
This paper is based on an ongoing study that looks at farm management practices by Australian women cotton growers using farm management software, most particularly an agricultural decision supportExpand
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Incorporating Content , Context and Process Evaluation into Action Design Research
This paper examines the integration of content, context and process (CCP), an humancentred approach to evaluation, into Action Design Research (ADR) to complement the latter's more prescribedExpand
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