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Absorptive Capacity Configurations in Supply Chains: Gearing for Partner-Enabled Market Knowledge Creation
The need for continual value innovation is driving supply chains to evolve from a pure transactional focus to leveraging interorganizational partner ships for sharing information and, ultimately, market knowledge creation. Expand
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The Impact of Ideology on Effectiveness in Open Source Software Development Teams
This paper develops a framework of the OSS community ideology (including specific norms, beliefs, and values) and a theoretical model to show how adherence to components of the ideology impacts effectiveness in OSS teams. Expand
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Coordinating for Flexibility in e-Business Supply Chains
The widespread use of information technology (IT) to create electronic linkages among supply chain partners with the objective of reducing transaction costs may have unintended adverse effects on supply chain flexibility. Expand
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Enterprise Information Systems as Objects and Carriers of Institutional Forces: The New Iron Cage?
  • S. Gosain
  • Economics, Computer Science
  • J. Assoc. Inf. Syst.
  • 1 April 2004
This paper draws upon the institutional theory lens to examine enterprise information systems. We propose that these information systems engender a duality. On one hand, these systems are subject toExpand
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IS Application Capabilities and Relational Value in Interfirm Partnerships
We find that two types of relational assets are significantly associated with business performance---knowledge sharing with channel partners and process coupling with customers---pointing to underlying mechanisms that differentially leverage resources of different types of channel partners. Expand
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Research Note - The Role of Organizational Controls and Boundary Spanning in Software Development Outsourcing: Implications for Project Performance
We propose that boundary spanning between the vendor and the client moderates the relationship between formal controls instituted by the vendor on the development team and project performance. Expand
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Model of Acceptance with Peer Support: A Social Network Perspective to Understand Employees' System Use
We argue that an individual's embeddedness in the social network of the organizational unit implementing a new information system can enhance our understanding of technology use over and above predictors from prior individual-level adoption research. Expand
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Impediments to successful ERP implementation process
Findings – This study finds that most of critical impediments are from functional coordination problems related to inadequate support from functional units and coordination among functional units, and change management related to resistance of users. Expand
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Leveraging Standard Electronic Business Interfaces to Enable Adaptive Supply Chain Partnerships
Adaptive supply chain partnerships are a key factor in driving the ability of extended enterprise partners to achieve long-term goals in an environment characterized by disruptive environmental shifts. Expand
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The moderating role of development stage in free/open source software project performance
The main thesis developed and tested in this article is that development stage plays an important moderating role in determining both objective and subjective performance outcomes in free/open source software (F/OSS) projects. Expand
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