Rigor and Relevance: The Application of The Critical Incident Technique to Investigate Email Usage

@article{Serenko2010RigorAR,
  title={Rigor and Relevance: The Application of The Critical Incident Technique to Investigate Email Usage},
  author={Alexander Serenko and Ofir Turel},
  journal={J. Org. Computing and E. Commerce},
  year={2010},
  volume={20},
  pages={182-207}
}
Information systems research is often criticized for its high rigor, but low relevance. One approach to overcome the low relevance issue is to employ sound qualitative methods, out of which this study focuses on the critical incident technique (CIT) that has mostly been overlooked in IS research. The primary goal of this study is to demonstrate and validate the usage of the critical incident technique in the management information systems domain. The secondary objective is to develop a number… CONTINUE READING
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