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Rigor in Information Systems Positivist Case Research: Current Practices
Case research has commanded respect in the information systems (IS) discipline for at least a decade. Notwithstanding the relevance and potential value of case studies, this methodological approachExpand
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The Influence of High-Involvement Human Resources Practices, Procedural Justice, Organizational Commitment, and Citizenship Behaviors on Information Technology Professionals' Turnover Intentions
The present study investigates the relationships between a multidimensional, theoretically grounded configuration of high-involvement human resources (HR) practices and turnover intentions.Expand
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Synthesizing information systems knowledge: A typology of literature reviews
Abstract In this article we develop a typology of review types and provide a descriptive insight into the most common reviews found in top IS journals. Our assessment reveals that the number of ISExpand
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Review Paper: Systematic Review of Home Telemonitoring for Chronic Diseases: The Evidence Base
OBJECTIVE Home telemonitoring represents a patient management approach combining various information technologies for monitoring patients at distance. This study presents a systematic review of theExpand
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Investigating Information Systems with Positivist Case Study Research
This paper offers a rigorous step-by-step methodology for developing theories, and contains specific and detailed guidelines for IS researchers to follow in carrying out positivist case studies. TheExpand
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Investigating Information Systems with Positivist Case Research
  • G. Paré
  • Computer Science
  • Commun. Assoc. Inf. Syst.
  • 2004
This paper offers a rigorous step-by-step methodology for developing theories and contains specific and detailed guidelines for IS researchers to follow in carrying out positivist case studies. TheExpand
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Toward a New Theory of the Contribution of the IT Function in Organizations
Because changes in organizations and information technology environments are enduring, the alignment of the IT function with business objectives must not only be understood, but constantly renewedExpand
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Global Virtual Teams
Recent interviews with GVT leaders and members offer criticaladvice from the trenches regarding the challenges and copingstrategies for collaborating on a global scale.
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A systematic assessment of rigor in information systems ranking-type Delphi studies
A B S T R A C T The ranking-type Delphi method is well suited as a means for consensus-building by using a series of questionnaires to collect data from a panel of geographically dispersedExpand
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A Framework for Guiding and Evaluating Literature Reviews
Given that the synthesis of cumulated knowledge is an essential condition for any field to grow and develop, we believe that the enhanced role of IS reviews requires that this expository form beExpand
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