Introduction Organisations have often erred in maintaining existing information systems, when those systems were no longer manageable or profitable. A significant investment is required, however, to implement an enterprise resource planning (ERP) system and the supporting technology required to become more competitive and to obtain company-wide control and… (More)
The perceived status of journals in which MIS research is published is an important issue to academics. The number of IS-related journals has increased through the years, yet it is not obvious which are the "leading" journals or what criteria should be used to determine this. This article addresses these issues by: (1) evaluating and analyzing previous… (More)
Protecting the corporation while respecting employee privacy---an old puzzle made more complex with new software.
Data quality issues have become increasingly critical for information systems applications in organizations of all sizes. This paper presents results from a large-scale Australian survey of Australian CPA members. The research investigates major stakeholders' opinions on the importance of critical success factors affecting data quality and the actual… (More)
73 " Through advanced computer technology, employers can now continuously monitor employees' actions without the employee even knowing he or she is being 'watched.' The computer's eye is unblinking and ever-present. Sophisticated software allows every minute of the day to be recorded and evaluated . " I ncreasingly, personnel in institutions worldwide… (More)
There is little question that technology will continue to play a major role within the corporate structure well beyond the year 2000. The overaH success of that role will largely be measured bar& on the availability of qualified IT professionals. What factors are perceived to be important for effective performance in an Information Systems career? What… (More)