Jean-Pierre Kuilboer

Learn More
The College of Management at UMass Boston developed a set of cross functional / cross departmental concentrations involving mixing both IT courses and management courses in the business functional areas of finance and marketing. Although interdisciplinary concentrations aren't a new concept, these particular combinations, and their placement in a(More)
This article presents a Temporal Enhanced Entity-Relationship (TEER) model, which shows how temporal information can be captured within a conceptual data model and extended to the relational data model. The time elements proposed for the TEER model include both transaction time and valid time. In order to support time-related queries, the query language SQL(More)
This study examines the relationship between operation-level agility and firm performance in service industries. The study is augmented by investigating the role of IT resources and competence to achieve this specific type of agility. As of to date, most of the published literature in this stream of research has focused on manufacturing industry. This(More)
This study investigates the organizational value of IT-enabled strategic capabilities in specific industry settings. We propose a theory-based model of positive relationships among IT resources, strategic-level agility, and firm performance. The model also proposes the relative values of the strategic-level agility in service and manufacturing industries.(More)
Increasingly, the Internet is used as a common tool for communication, information gathering, and online transactions. Information privacy is threatened as users are expected to reveal personal information without knowing the consequences of sharing their information. To that end, research groups, both from academia and industry, have embarked on the(More)
The arrival of the internet and the availability of music in digital formats have altered the landscape of the music industry. This paper examines the impact of the Internet on the music industry and argues that the adverse impact of technology disruption can be offset by the proper use of business intelligence technology throughout the value chain. A(More)