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Capturing the Complexity in Advanced Technology Use: Adaptive Structuration Theory
The past decade has brought advanced information technologies, which include electronic messaging systems, executive information systems, collaborative systems, group decision support systems, and…
A foundation for the study of group decision support systems
A conceptual overview of GDSS based on an information-exchange perspective of decision making is presented, and a multi-dimensional taxonomy of systems is proposed as an organizing framework for research in the area.
Understanding the use of Group Decision Support Systems: The Theory of Adaptive Structuration
Human Resource Information Systems: A Current Assessment
- G. DeSanctis
- BusinessMIS Q.
- 1 March 1986
The development of HRIS is traced as an entity independent of centralized MIS, its current operation and technological base is assessed, and its future role in the firm is considered, especially its relationship to the centralized MIS function.
Introduction to the Special Issue: Communication Processes for Virtual Organizations
Few topics have received more attention in the management literature of recent years than that of virtual organizations. Articles abound on the possibilities of virtual meetings, work teams, offices,…
Leadership and organizational climate
Communication Processes for Virtual Organizations
Six areas of electronic communication research provide implications for the major aspects of virtual organization design: communication volume and efficiency, message understanding, virtual tasks, lateral communication, norms of technology use, and evolutionary effects.
Electronic Communication and Changing Organizational Forms
We introduce this Special Issue by providing an overview of the interplay between communication technology and various dimensions of new organizational forms. We consider the major factors motivating…
Structuration Theory in Information Systems Research: Methods and Controversies
Numerous scholars in the information systems field have formulated variants of structuration theory in order to extend some of its basic constructs to informationtechnology-related phenomena and…
COMPUTER GRAPHICS AS DECISION AIDS: DIRECTIONS FOR RESEARCH*
- G. DeSanctis
- Computer Science
- 1 October 1984
This paper summarizes the literature dealing with the human use of graphics, develops several propositions based on persistent trends in the literature, and suggests directions for future research.