• Publications
  • Influence
Review: Information Technology and Organizational Performance: An Integrative Model of IT Business Value
TLDR
A model of IT business value is developed based on the resource-based view of the firm that integrates the various strands of research into a single framework and provides a blueprint to guide future research and facilitate knowledge accumulation and creation concerning the organizational performance impacts of information technology.
Post-Adoption Variations in Usage and Value of E-Business by Organizations: Cross-Country Evidence from the Retail Industry
TLDR
The study finds that technology competence, firm size, financial commitment, competitive pressure, and regulatory support are important antecedents of e-business use and that, while both front-end and back-end capabilities contribute to e- business value, back- end integration has a much stronger impact.
The Process of Innovation Assimilation by Firms in Different Countries: A Technology Diffusion Perspective on E-Business
TLDR
While technology readiness is the strongest factor facilitating assimilation in developing countries, technology integration turns out to be the strongest in developed countries, implying that as e-business evolves, the key determinant of its assimilation shifts from accumulation to integration of technologies.
Electronic business adoption by European firms: a cross-country assessment of the facilitators and inhibitors
TLDR
A conceptual model for studying the adoption of electronic business (e-business or EB) at the firm level, incorporating six adoption facilitators and inhibitors, based on the technology–organization–environment theoretical framework is developed.
Information technology and economic performance: A critical review of the empirical evidence
TLDR
The review concludes that the productivity paradox as first formulated has been effectively refuted, and at both the firm and the country level, greater investment in IT is associated with greater productivity growth.
Executives’ Perceptions of the Business Value of Information Technology: A Process-Oriented Approach
TLDR
A process-oriented model to assess the impacts of IT on critical business activities within the value chain is developed and confirms that corporate goals for IT can be classified into one of four types: unfocused, operations focus, market focus, and dual focus.
Institutional Factors in Information Technology Innovation
TLDR
This paper makes three points: long-established intellectual perspectives on innovation from neoclassical economics and organization theory are inadequate to explain the dynamics of actual innovative change in the IT domain, and institutional policy formation regarding IT innovation is facilitated by an understanding of the multifaceted role of institutions in the innovative process, and on the contingencies governing any given institution/innovation mix.
e-Commerce Metrics for Net-Enhanced Organizations: Assessing the Value of e-Commerce to Firm Performance in the Manufacturing Sector
TLDR
E-commerce tends to be associated with the increased cost of goods sold for traditional manufacturing companies, but there is an opposite relationship for technology companies, which seems to highlight the role of resource complementarity for the business value of e-commerce.
Migration to Open-Standard Interorganizational Systems: Network Effects, Switching Costs, and Path Dependency
TLDR
This research has been supported by grants from the CISE/IIS/CSS Division of the U.S. National Science Foundation and the NSF Industry/University Cooperative Research Center to the Center for Research on Information Technology and Organizations (CRITO) at the University of California, Irvine.
Information Technology Payoff in E-Business Environments: An International Perspective on Value Creation of E-Business in the Financial Services Industry
TLDR
Empirical analysis demonstrates the usefulness of the proposed research model and theoretical framework for studying e-business value, which suggests that as firms move into deeper stages of e- business transformation, the key determinant of e -business value shifts from monetary spending to higher dimensions of organizational capabilities.
...
1
2
3
4
5
...