Michael B. Knight

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As the changing demographics of the workplace influence how organizations operate, the need to reexamine relationships between these demographic variables and their effect on the organization continues. This study provides an empirical examination of the effect of two demographic variables, age and gender, and any moderating impact anxiety, enjoyment,(More)
Social issues in organizations represents one of the most often discussed underpinnings in information systems research throughout the tenure of the IS field. Social issues are those research topics most aligned with the human factor in terms of information systems planning, development and utilization. This minitrack was designed to include all aspects of(More)
This track addresses social issues related to information technology. Social issues are those research topics most aligned with the human factor in terms of information systems planning, development and utilization. The minitrack contains the following paper topic areas and addresses key topic areas related to (1) trust, (2) relationships, (3) human(More)
Organizations search for effective ways working groups or teams can communicate. With the proliferation of computer mediated technology and the increasing channel richness provided by technology, organizations, as a result of technology, have reduced face-to-face meetings. This research focuses of the importance of media richness and the cohesion a group(More)
The Association of Information Technology Professionals (AITP) is a professional organization that offers students, especially those majoring in Computer Information Systems (CIS) and related majors, a number of opportunities and benefits. We have discovered that a majority of CIS majors at our university, as well as other schools, have not joined their(More)
“The Inter-organizational Dynamics of a Platform Ecosystem: Exploring Stakeholder Boundaries,” examines the business implications of the Internet of Things (IoT). By conducting a qualitative case study and tracing four types of organizational boundaries: efficiency, power, competence and identity, the authors answer the question: How can the(More)
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