Teaches Organization Systems and Technology and Strategy and Policy Current research interests include emerging electronic technologies and analyses of executive data concerning information technology

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Publications:
Developing New Organizational Capabilities in a Financial Institution: Sustaining the Emerging Security-Based, Technology-Driven Culture

We generated a model of business performance based on new organizational capability development. We use the model to examine a financial organization.

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Organizational Security Design: A Design Based Theory for Action

This paper proposes a security design-based framework of business performance. The framework combines perspectives and theory from organization strategy, organization design, information technology, security design, culture and learning literature.

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Designing for Agility as an Organizational Capability: Learning from a Software Development Firm

Investigate the nature of agility in an organizational setting as software development firm (SDF) developed, maintained and enhanced agility changing from a developer of experimental prototypes to a product-based provider.

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The e-Books and e-Readers: Revolution and Diffusion

This paper explores the publishing industry with emphasis being placed on the e-reader/e-book phenomena. Special consideration dealing with digital rights, legal and ethical considerations

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The e-Books and e-Readers: Evolution, Diffusion and Acceptance

Explores the development of the e-reader/e-book. The Innovation Diffusion Technology [IDT] model is applied to the industry. Its characteristics are examined by identifying and contextualizing the products and the players.

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"IT Doesn’t Matter" Revisited: Comparing the Perspectives of Executives in Organizations Who Regard Information Technology to Be an Important Differentiator versus Those Who Do Not

This study reveals insights from 655 interviews to compare the perspectives of executives in organizations who regard information technology to be an important differentiator versus those who do not.

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The Impact of the Cloud on the Mobile Worker and the Organization

Explores the changing environments of the corporation—the emergence of the mobile worker and the impact of the “cloud” on these workers and their affiliated organization(s).

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