James L. Worrell

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Agility at the individual business unit and organizational levels presents a challenge for many information system (IS) departments. Business unit agility demands the ability to sense and respond to changes in local competitive environments, whereas organizational agility demands the ability to sense broader market opportunities and respond with changes(More)
Article history: Received 3 August 2010 Received in revised form 10 May 2011 Accepted 16 June 2011 This paper introduces social network analysis as an alternative research method for conducting accounting information systems related research.With advances in information and communication technologies, transaction data are being recorded in electronic form,(More)
Article history: Received 16 January 2012 Received in revised form 5 March 2012 Accepted 6 March 2012 Recent focus on the diversity of research methodologies available to accounting information systems (AIS) scholars has led researchers to suggest the Delphi method has reached the limits of its usefulness. Using a review of the accounting and information(More)
This paper describes a study designed to collect student perceptions of the personal risks incurred when using social media. The study used the Delphi method to rank the social media risks perceived by students. The students' rankings were compared to the personal risks identified and ranked by a group of Library and Information Science professionals.(More)
ACM Digital Library; Bacon’s Media Directory; Cabell’s Directories; Compendex (Elsevier Engineering Index); CSA Illumina; DBLP; GetCited; Google Scholar; IAOR Online; INSPEC; JournalTOCs; Library & Information Science Abstracts (LISA); MediaFinder; Norwegian Social Science Data Services (NSD); SCOPUS; The Index of Information Systems Journals; The Standard(More)
To date, the primary focus of global information technology management has been to examine how technologies facilitate the coordination and completion of work within multi-national organizations and improve efficiencies across global supply chains. However, the true global potential of advanced technologies is just starting to emerge. We have discovered(More)
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