James S. Denford

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Using a configurational crisp set Qualitative Comparative Analysis (csQCA) approach, we find that effective public sector IT governance is structured differently than in the private sector. While states adopt a variety of IT governance structures, it is unmistakable that centralized yields better organizational outcomes than decentralized. As such, this(More)
Current airspace restrictions in Kabul limit the potential capability of the Tactical Unmanned Air Vehicle (TUAV) within the area of operations of the Kabul Multinational Brigade. An experiment was conducted using the OneSAF Testbed Baseline and a range of virtual simulations to examine the impact of five different radar options and three different(More)
Studying knowledge strategy empirically requires that specific strategies be operationalized. In this paper, two existing knowledge strategy typologies (the Bierly & Chakrabarti typology of Loners, Explorers, Exploiters and Innovators and the von Krogh, Nonaka & Aben typology of Leveraging, Expanding, Appropriating, and Probing) are compared and mapped onto(More)
In the public sector, the strategic quest for IT-based innovation often starts by hiring a successful private sector CIO and hoping his or her prior experience will transfer. However this often ignores the existence and influence of other entities and IT governance structures that form the innovation ecosystem. Applying the legal view of agency theory to(More)
At the industry level, Information Technology (IT) driven transformation can be characterized by the rapid diffusion of IT innovation across firms. This paper suggests that IT innovation has occurred over the past fifty years in four major waves, but that not all industries have been equally affected by each wave' s passage. It is proposed that the depth(More)