Early vs. late adoption of radical information technology innovations across software development organizations: an extension of the disruptive information technology innovation model

@article{Carlo2014EarlyVL,
  title={Early vs. late adoption of radical information technology innovations across software development organizations: an extension of the disruptive information technology innovation model},
  author={Jessica Luo Carlo and James Eric Gaskin and Kalle Lyytinen and Gregory M. Rose},
  journal={Inf. Syst. J.},
  year={2014},
  volume={24},
  pages={537-569}
}
This paper extends the disruptive information technology innovation model (DITIM) by exploring the impact of adoption timing on innovation outcomes within software development organizations during a disruptive innovation cycle. The DITIM suggests that radical changes in computing platforms result in pervasive and radical innovations in software development organizations across three innovation types: base technologies adopted, services produced and processes adopted. Upstream attributes (amount… CONTINUE READING