James S. Denford

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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)
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)
The term Chief Information Officer (CIO) was first coined in 1981 and has been implemented in many firms across a range of industries. Two competing institutional theory views are proposed, one leading to the institutionalization and one leading to the extinguishment of the CIO position. A pilot test was conducted examining Security and Exchange Commission(More)
The ‘New Economy’ focuses on issues of knowledge capital over more traditional assets and the capability of organizations to harness these knowledge assets. A distinguishing feature of the New Economy is the ability of a firm to take advantage of its knowledge assets (Gold, Malhotra & Segars, 2001). In this environment “the sustainable competitive advantage(More)
The card sort is a key scale development tool that is frequently used in IS survey instrument development. Cohen's Kappa is a recommended measure of inter-rater agreement in this process, however one of its underlying statistical assumptions is violated when it is used in open card sorts. To address this issue, Matrix Kappa is proposed as a complement to(More)