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Information systems strategy: Past, present, future?
The purpose of this paper is to contribute to the current discourse in the Strategic Information Systems (SIS) domain about the future and identity of SIS. Expand
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Integrating information systems after a merger
Abstract Problems with post acquisition performance still remain for many organizations choosing this stratagem as their means for growth. Much research has been conducted that concentrates on theExpand
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Complexity and Information Systems: the emergent domain
  • Y. Merali
  • Computer Science
  • J. Inf. Technol.
  • 1 December 2006
This paper is concerned with the emergence of the information systems (IS) domain as a central feature of the management research landscape in the networked world. Expand
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The role of actor associations in understanding the implementation of Lean thinking in healthcare
We use actor-network theory to explore the dynamics of network emergence that give rise to the outcomes of a process improvement intervention drawing on Lean thinking in the complex organisational setting of a UK NHS Trust. Expand
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The strategic positioning of information systems in post-acquisition management
This paper focuses on post-acquisition integration of information systems (IS) and information technology (IT) and its impact onPost-acquisitive performance. Expand
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Knowledge capture and utilization in virtual communities
This paper explores the way in which a knowledge-sharing environment (KSE) can facilitate knowledge capture and utilization in virtual communities. Expand
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The Broader Context for ICT4D Projects: A Morphogenetic Analysis
This paper demonstrates the value of Archer's morphogenetic approach (MA) in understanding and explaining the complexity of the broader context within which many developing country information and communication technology (ICT) projects are implemented. Expand
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Stakeholder Network Dynamics and Emergent Trajectories of Lean Implementation Projects: A Study in the UK National Health Service
Relatively little has been published about the dynamics and mechanisms underpinning the trajectories and outcomes of public service Lean projects. This article addresses this gap by using ActorExpand
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Using Complexity Science to effect a paradigm shift in Information Systems for the 21st century
This Special Issue is intended to act as a catalyst to stimulate discussion and debate among those who see the need for a paradigm shift in the IS community and its re-positioning in the management field. Expand
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Individual and collective congruence in the knowledge management process
  • Y. Merali
  • Psychology, Computer Science
  • J. Strateg. Inf. Syst.
  • 1 September 2000
This paper is concerned with the cognitive infrastructure underpinning the socially situated process of knowledge management in dynamic contexts. Expand
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