Régis Meissonier

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Most empirical research on users' resistance toward Information Technology (IT) has been conducted after implementation of IT in organisations. Little research has been done on the way individual and group resistance emerges and evolves during prior stages of projects. This focus on pre-implementation phases is important since Information Systems (IS)(More)
New product development (NPD) projects require efficient strategies for reducing time to market and responding faster and better to the customer needs. While these strategies were mostly technology driven at the early stages, nowadays firms are adopting knowledge management systems (KMS) to enhance new customer knowledge creation and NPD performance.(More)
The objective of this article is to present the effects induced by a " passive management style " on conflict situations based on existing theorieso f user resistance and IT implementation. This article is an advanced work that has been already presented at the 10 th AIM conference. The case study of Netia corp a high-tech SME puts forward the evolution of(More)
E-learning experiments in higher education are becoming more recurrent. However, these experiments are seldom tangibly applied to an entire academic year group. Integrating e-learning into a pedagogical program implies performance analysis in terms of both students and teachers, but also from the institute's point of view. Due to the lack of Information(More)
Today, enterprise systems (ERP) are considered as ones of most impacting IT on business and decision processes because of their cross-functional perspective and readiness to change. As a consequence, a lack of " organisational fit " is observed as the main failure cause of ERP implementation. A lot of acts of resistance are observed as being task oriented(More)
Most of empirical research about users' resistance toward IT has been conducted after IT been implemented in organizations surveyed. Few longitudinal research have been done about the way individual and group resistances emerge and evolve during prior stages of projects. This focus on pre-implementation phases is all the more important that IS managers need(More)