Editorial and Invited Papers
Bernard C. Glasson
: Business process re-engineering: information systems opportunity or challenge? Opening Address.
: Widening our views of information systems development.
: A methodology for business process re-engineering?
: Improving the quality of IS research: key issues for debate.
Robert D. Galliers
: Relevance and rigour in Information Systems Research: some personal reflections on issues facing the Information Systems research community.
: False prophecies, successful practice and future directions in IT management.
: Toward conceptual clarity of outsourcing.
: Integration of data or information? An example from the police.
: The role of I/T in facilitating BPR: observations from the literature.
: An advanced BPR methodology with integrated, computer based tools.
: Mobil Oil Australia's strategic electronic card marketing system.
Jan L. G. Dietz
: Modelling business processes for the purpose of redesign.
: Business modeling based on logistics to support business process re-engineering.
: Using workgroup modeling as a basis for re-engineering business processes.
W. G. Hewett
: If outsourcing IT is the answer - what is the question?.
: CSCW as opportunity for business process re-engineering.
H. P. Lehmann
: Coupling core competencies - wiring information technology into the business.
, John Fletcher
: Implementing EDI at the University of Western Sydney, Macarthur: a case study in business process re-engineering.
: Business process development projects: the role of the top manager.
: Workflow support for re-engineering case management in an English law firm.
: IT-Enabled business re-engineering: a study of Singapore's trade clearance process.
T. William Olle
: Expanding methodologies to handle distributed systems.
: Business re-engineering and management alignment - a review of structural re-engineering in the public sector and the problem of management alignment with enterprise objectives.
: A case for more case study research in group support systems.
M. A. Quaddus
: An MCDM based interactive support system with application to business process redesign.
Neil C. Ramiller
: Accomplishing process change in the information systems organization: two contemporary challenges.
Anne C. Rouse
, David Watson
: Some classic theories of organizational change, and their implications for business process innovation and re-engineering.
: Information systems for reengineering? No problem! - configuring resources for the information systems development process for different forms of business process reengineering.
: People centred process re-engineering: an evaluation prespective to office systems to re-design.
: Automation policy implementation: re-engineering from within public administration.
Alex A. Verrijn-Stuart
: Integration requirements for tool-based generation of information system documentation.
: Effective integration of multiple tools in a loosely-coupled tool interfacing paradigm for CASE.