Academic agility in digital innovation research: The case of mobile ICT publications within information systems 2000-2014

@article{Srensen2015AcademicAI,
  title={Academic agility in digital innovation research: The case of mobile ICT publications within information systems 2000-2014},
  author={Carsten S{\o}rensen and Jonathan S. Landau},
  journal={J. Strategic Inf. Sys.},
  year={2015},
  volume={24},
  pages={158-170}
}
The Information Systems (IS) field has never been more relevant as digital innovations are emerging at a rapid pace fuelled by recombinant innovations based on digital infrastructures, advanced middle-ware layers, and mobile and ubiquitous technologies. This paper argues, based on a bibliometric study of the representation of a mobile ICT discourse within the AIS Senior Scholars' 'basket' of eight IS journals over the past 15years, that the field needs to become much more academically agile… CONTINUE READING

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