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Ever since the agile manifesto was created in 2001, the research community has devoted a great deal of attention to agile software development. This article examines publications and citations to… (More)
The traditional goal of optimization and control is making way for learning and innovation.
Some journals are perceived as sources of knowledge; others serve as storers of knowledge. Learning the strengths and persuasions of journals is of value to academia, scholars, and publishers.
Agile methodologies are changing the way we develop software. Their emphasis on teamoriented development, joint code ownership, and reliance on people rather than predefined processes to guide… (More)
While the growing popularity of agile development methodologies is undeniable, there has been little systematic exploration of its intellectual foundation. Such an effort would be an important first… (More)
Ranking journals is an important exercise in academia. While several approaches to rank journals exist, an inherent assumption of these approaches is that there is indeed a hierarchy of journals,… (More)
Hospitals have invested and continue to invest heavily in building information systems to support operations at various levels of administration. These systems generate a lot of data but fail to… (More)
In recent times, there has been a growing interest in the level of intellectual contribution that IS makes to other disciplines. Much of the debate that has dominated the literature so far is based… (More)
Research Article VenuGopal Balijepally Prairie View A&M University email@example.com George Mangalaraj Western Illinois University G-Mangalaraj@wiu.edu Kishen Iyengar University of Colorado at… (More)