Job stress can lead to burnout and turnover, costing IT organizations countless dollars in replacement costs, and making methods for measuring and minimizing stress a business benefit.
Access to new markets for products, services, raw materials, and skills has always been a powerful incentive for organizations to expand internationally. Recently, the establishment of global alliances to leverage core competencies has led organizations to seek new ways of conducting business; these have demanded a rethinking of organizational structures,… (More)
End-user computing has been the focus of research for over a decade. Recent studies on end-user computing support concluded that end users are dissatis®ed with the support provided by the information center. In addition to support from an information center, end users seek help from informal sources and local MIS staff. In this study we examine why… (More)
In this paper, we explore the reasons for the survival of some Internet start-ups within the framework of organizational adaptation, and propose that the performance of a firm in a fast-changing environment is related to the adaptability of its business model. Our motivation is the lack of empirical work on firm adaptation in a hyper-competitive… (More)