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Exploration and Exploitation in the Presence of Network Externalities
This paper examines the conditions under which exploration of a new, incompatible technology is more likely to increase the chance of firm growth in the presence of network externalities when there are a substantial number of power users. Expand
A flexible agent system for change adaptation in supply chains
This paper suggests a flexible agent system for supply chains that can adapt to the changes in transactions introduced by new products or new trading partners. Expand
Supporting Public Policy Making Processes with Workflow Technology: Lessons Learned From Cases in Four European Countries
- A. Tsohou, H. Lee, +6 authors L. M. Campos
- Business, Computer Science
- Int. J. Electron. Gov. Res.
- 1 July 2012
This paper Investigates the feasibility of adopting workflow tools for the support of decision making processes that lead to development of public policies, despite the variant institutional settings. Expand
COBRA framework to evaluate e-government services: A citizen-centric perspective
- I. H. Osman, Abdel Latef Anouze, +5 authors V. Weerakkody
- Business, Computer Science
- Gov. Inf. Q.
- 1 April 2014
The proposed COBRA model is confirmed as a useful tool for evaluating the success of e-government services from the users' perspective. Expand
KWM: Knowledge-based Workflow Model for Agile Organization
A knowledge-based approach for workflow modeling and enactment is proposed. Expand
Multi-objective decision support to enhance environmental sustainability in maritime shipping: A review and future directions
This paper aims to examine the potential of multi-objective optimization (MOO) as a decision support to improving sustainability in maritime shipping. We focus on environmental sustainability and the… Expand
The influence of national culture on the attitude towards mobile recommender systems
This study aimed to identify factors that influence user attitudes towards mobile recommender systems and to examine how these factors interact with cultural values to affect attitudes towards this… Expand
An analysis of methodologies utilised in e-government research: A user satisfaction perspective
- Z. Irani, V. Weerakkody, +7 authors Baydaa Al-Ayoubi
- Sociology, Computer Science
- J. Enterp. Inf. Manag.
- 13 April 2012
A profiling approach is employed to analyse 114 (out of 3,934 from 2000 to 2012) e‐government publications (with specific focus on user satisfaction) including examining variables such as country of research, sample size, type(s) of respondents, statistical tools and techniques employed. Expand
The Sustainability Imperative in Information Systems Research
This paper reports on a panel discussion at the pre-ICIS 2015 Workshop on Green Information Systems on the current state and future perspectives of SIGGreen—the Association of Information Systems’ special interest group on green information systems—and of green IS research in general. Expand
Speed optimization and bunkering in liner shipping in the presence of uncertain service times and time windows at ports
In this study, we consider a speed optimization problem in liner shipping, which is characterized by stochastic port times and time windows. Expand