Theo Bemelmans

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There is a paucity of literature focusing on the ingredients for effective top management, i.e. senior executives, use of Information Technology (IT). In practice, many senior executives argue that they do not see a connection between what IT does and their tasks as executives. Based on the Technology Acceptance Model (TAM), a research model was developed(More)
The paper describes results of a longitudinal study of developments in the area of software product and process quality improvement within a Hungarian software company, IQSOFT Ltd. This company has been active in this area since 1993, trying to build, introduce and maintain an efficiently working quality management system which, e.g., fulfils the ISO 9001(More)
The importance of software product evaluations will grow with the awareness of the need for better software quality. The process to conduct such evaluations is crucial to get evaluation results that can be applied and meet customers' expectations. This paper reviews a well-known evaluation process: the ISO 14598 standard. The review focuses on the(More)
Group Support Systems enable harvesting knowledge from groups. The minutes of a typical GSS meeting are mostly textual reports of 10 to 50 pages summarizing the issues discussed, the set priorities and proposed actions. Capitalizing on knowledge generated during GSS meetings appears to be very difficult without additional automated support. In this paper we(More)
E-collaboration is much more than the technological equivalent or substitute for traditional face-toface collaboration. The new metrics of time and distance modify, in essence, human interactions and, indeed, turn the classic network of face-to-face relationships into a network of e-relationships between individuals. The network, in turn, influences the(More)
—ANNE F. RUTKOWSKI, DOUGLAS R. VOGEL, MICHIEL VAN GENUCHTEN, THEO M. A. BEMELMANS, AND MARC FAVIER Abstract—With the development of new technologies, and particularly information communication technologies (ICTs), teams have evolved to encompass new forms of interaction and collaboration. By focusing on the communicative dimensions of global virtual teams,(More)
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