Volume 14, Number 1, March 2005 Special Issue:
From Technical to Socio-technical change:
Tackling the Human and Organisational Aspects of Systems Development Projects
- Neil F. Doherty, Malcolm King:
From technical to socio-technical change: tackling the human and organizational aspects of systems development projects.
- Elizabeth Davidson, Mike Chiasson:
Contextual influences on technology use mediation: a comparative analysis of electronic medical record systems.
- Bongsug Chae, Marshall Scott Poole:
The surface of emergence in systems development: agency, institutions, and large-scale information systems.
- Julia Kotlarsky, Ilan Oshri:
Social ties, knowledge sharing and successful collaboration in globally distributed system development projects.
- Angela Lin, Leiser Silva:
The social and political construction of technological frames.
- Tally Hatzakis, Mark Lycett, Robert D. Macredie, Valerie A. Martin:
Towards the development of a social capital approach to evaluating change management interventions.
- Gwanhoo Lee, Weidong Xia:
The ability of information systems development project teams to respond to business and technology changes: a study of flexibility measures.
- Luis F. Luna-Reyes, Jing Zhang, José Ramón Gil-García, Anthony M. Cresswell:
Information systems development as emergent socio-technical change: a practice approach.
Volume 14, Number 2, June 2005 Special Issue:
Making Enterprise Systems Work
- Olga Volkoff, Diane M. Strong, Michael B. Elmes:
Understanding enterprise systems-enabled integration.
- Thomas Puschmann, Rainer Alt:
Developing an integration architecture for process portals.
- Eric Tze Kuan Lim, Shan Ling Pan, Chee-Wee Tan:
Managing user acceptance towards enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems - understanding the dissonance between user expectations and managerial policies.
- Yujong Hwang:
Investigating enterprise systems adoption: uncertainty avoidance, intrinsic motivation, and the technology acceptance model.
- Amir M. Sharif, Zahir Irani, Peter E. D. Love:
Integrating ERP using EAI: a model for post hoc evaluation.
- Wing Lam:
Investigating success factors in enterprise application integration: a case-driven analysis.
- Elizabeth M. Daniel, Andrew White:
The future of inter-organisational system linkages: findings of an international Delphi study.
Volume 14, Number 3, September 2005
- Ray J. Paul:
Editor's View: an opportunity for editors of IS journals to relate their experiences and offer advice. The Editorial View of Ray J. Paul. First in a series.
Volume 14, Number 4, December 2005 Special Issue:
Including a Special Section on the Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems (PACIS) 2004
Volume 14, Number 5, December 2005 Special Issue:
Personal Reflections on Claudio Ciborra's Life and Work
- Giovan Francesco Lanzara:
Portraits of Claudio: the butterfly, the dragon and the marmot.
- Marco de Marco:
A portrait of a scientist.
- Richard J. Boland Jr.:
- Dimitris Boucas:
A brief glimpse of Claudio.
- Luca Giustiniano:
The heresy and the sport of information systems.
- Alessandro D'Atri:
Bricolage in system design and trust in cooperation.
- Alessandro D'Atri:
ItAIS (the Italian chapter of AIS) remembers Claudio.
- Eleanor Wynn:
Claudio Ciborra: his life as a formative context.
- Riccardo Mercurio, Marcello Martinez, Luigi Moschera, Ernesto De Nito, Gianluigi Mangia, Paolo Canonico:
Remembering Claudio: a note from his friends at Universities of Naples and Catanzaro.
- Sarah Emery:
Claudio Ciborra: convenor of information systems October 2000 to February 2005.
- Maurizio Cavallari:
A grand master and an exceptional mind.
- Antonio Cordella:
From Italy to East London.
- Jannis Kallinikos:
The spirit never dies.
- Shoshana Zuboff:
Ciborra disclosed: aletheia in the life and scholarship of Claudio Ciborra.
- Ole Hanseth:
Drifting with Claudio.
- Edgar A. Whitley:
Visiting the red-light zones with Claudio.
- Rik Maes, Ard Huizing:
What do Claudio Ciborra and Sandro Botticelli have in common? On the renaissance of la Primavera.
- Cameron Lawrence:
From Milan to Mann Gulch: reflections on the intellectual contributions of Professor Claudio Ciborra.
- Bernd Carsten Stahl:
The obituary as bricolage: the Mann Gulch disaster and the problem of heroic rationality.
- Diego D. Navarra:
Governance, architecture and action: Claudio's Shih.
- Andrea Resca:
Imagining Claudio Ciborra's next research agenda.
- Kiran Jude Fernandes:
Eureka moments in the works of Claudio Ciborra.
- Dixi Louise Strand:
Let's be baroque!
- Steven Verjans:
Bricolage as a way of life - improvisation and irony in information systems.
- Maddalena Sorrentino:
Taking care of invisible technology.
- Jeff Shantz:
Beyond risk and boredom: reflections on Claudio Ciborra and sociology.
- Lucas D. Introna:
Claudio Ciborra's way of being: authenticity and the world of information systems.
- Tony Cornford, Claudio U. Ciborra, Maha Shaikh:
Do penguins eat scallops?
- Anna Maria Morazzoni:
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- Ray J. Paul:
The Labyrinths of Information: Challenging the Wisdom of Systems.