Group Outcome (2015)

Published Outcomes:

(Bandara, Furtmueller, Gorbacheva, Miskon, & Beekhuyzen, 2015; Gaffar, Deshpande, Bandara, & Mathiesen, 2015; Miskon, Bandara, & Fielt, 2015; Rabaa’i, Tate, & Gable, 2015; Tate, Evermann, & Gable, 2015; Tate, Furtmueller, Evermann, & Bandara, 2015)

Bandara, W., Furtmueller, E., Gorbacheva, E., Miskon, S., & Beekhuyzen, J. (2015). “Achieving Rigor in Literature Reviews: Insights from Qualitative Data Analysis and Tool-Support”. Communications of the Association for Information Systems:, 37.

Gaffar, A., Deshpande, A., Bandara, W., & Mathiesen, P. (2015). Importance of literature profiling: An archival analysis with illustrative examples for IS researchers. Paper presented at the Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems, Marina Bay Sands Expo and Convention Center, Singapore.

Miskon, S., Bandara, W., & Fielt, E. (2015). Applying the principles of interpretive field research: An example of an IS case study on Shared Services. Paper presented at the 4th International Conference on Research and Innovation in Information Systems (ICRIIS), Malacca, Malaysia.

Rabaa’i, A. A., Tate, M., & Gable, G. G. (2015). Can’t see the trees for the forest? Why IS-ServQual items matter. Asia Pacific Journal of Information Systems, 25(2), 27.

Tate, M., Evermann, J., & Gable, G. G. (2015). An integrated framework for theories of individual attitudes toward technology. Information & Management, 52(6), 17.

Tate, M., Furtmueller, E., Evermann, J., & Bandara, W. (2015). “Introduction to the Special Issue: The Literature Review in Information Systems”. Communications of the Association for Information Systems, 37.

 

Pending Outcomes:

(Gable, Smyth, & Gable, pending decision)

Gable, G. G., Smyth, R., & Gable, A. S. (pending decision). The Role of the Doctoral Consortium: An Information Systems Signature Pedagogy? . Communications of the AIS.

 

Zhang, M., et al. (2015 (in press)). “Toward Principles of Construct Clarity: Exploring the Usefulness of Facet Theory in Guiding Conceptualization.” Australasian Journal of Information Systems 19.

 

Zhang, M. and G. Gable (Pending). “Toward a Systematic Framework of Multilevel Theorizing.” Information Systems Research.

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