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holding a joint appointment in the Departments of Computer Information Systems and Management. He earned his doctorate in Administrative Science in 1973 from Kent State University. Professor Robey is editor in chief of Information and Organization and serves on the editorial boards of Organization Science, Information Technology & People, and the John Wiley(More)
V irtual teams comprise an important structural component of many organizations and are particularly important in globally dispersed enterprises. This article reports an intensive study of three global virtual teams within a single organization. Using adaptive structuration theory as a template for organizing and interpreting both qualitative and(More)
Recent work in social theory departs from prior traditions in proposing that social phenomena can be understood as comprising both subjective and objective elements. We apply this premise of duality to understanding the relationship between information technology and organizations. We construct a theoretical framework in which the development and deployment(More)
A lthough much contemporary thought considers advanced information technologies as either determinants or enablers of radical organizational change, empirical studies have revealed inconsistent findings to support the deterministic logic implicit in such arguments. This paper reviews the contradictory empirical findings both across studies and within(More)