Volume 20, Number 1, March 2011
- Bob Galliers, Sirkka L. Jarvenpaa:
A warm welcome to Volume 20 of the Journal of Strategic Information Systems!
- Pierre R. Berthon, Brian Donnellan:
The Greening of IT: Paradox or promise?
- Tom Butler:
Compliance with institutional imperatives on environmental sustainability: Building theory on the role of Green IS.
- Leyland F. Pitt, Michael Parent, Iris A. Junglas, Anthony Chan, Stavroula Spyropoulou:
Integrating the smartphone into a sound environmental information systems strategy: Principles, practices and a research agenda.
- Ranjit Bose, Xin (Robert) Luo:
Integrative framework for assessing firms' potential to undertake Green IT initiatives via virtualization - A theoretical perspective.
- Richard T. Watson, Marie-Claude Boudreau, Adela J. Chen, Héctor Hito Sepúlveda:
Green projects: An information drives analysis of four cases.
- Viet Dao, Ian Langella, Jerry Carbo:
From green to sustainability: Information Technology and an integrated sustainability framework.
- He Zhang, Lin Liu, Tong Li:
Designing IT systems according to environmental settings: A strategic analysis framework.
- Fredrik Bengtsson, Pär J. Ågerfalk:
Information technology as a change actant in sustainability innovation: Insights from Uppsala.
- Philip DesAutels, Pierre R. Berthon:
The PC (polluting computer): Forever a tragedy of the commons?
Volume 20, Number 2, June 2011
Health Information Systems Special Section
Volume 20, Number 3, September 2011
- Angappa Gunasekaran, Eric W. T. Ngai:
Strategic enterprise information systems for global supply chain competitiveness.
- Kin Bee Tay, John Chelliah:
Disintermediation of traditional chemical intermediary roles in the Electronic Business-to-Business (e-B2B) exchange world.
- Eric W. T. Ngai, Dorothy C. K. Chau, T. L. A. Chan:
Information technology, operational, and management competencies for supply chain agility: Findings from case studies.
- Petra Schubert, Christine Legner:
B2B integration in global supply chains: An identification of technical integration scenarios.
- Cleopatra Bardaki, Panos E. Kourouthanassis, Katerina Pramatari:
Modeling the information completeness of object tracking systems.
- Karine Evrard Samuel, Marie-Lyne Goury, Angappa Gunasekaran, Alain Spalanzani:
Knowledge management in supply chain: An empirical study from France.
- S.-J. Wang, W.-L. Wang, C.-T. Huang, S.-C. Chen:
Improving inventory effectiveness in RFID-enabled global supply chain with Grey forecasting model.
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- Jasbir Singh Dhaliwal, Colin Gabriel Onita, Robin Poston, Xihui Paul Zhang:
Alignment within the software development unit: Assessing structural and relational dimensions between developers and testers.
- Gudrun Jaegersberg, Jenny Ure:
Barriers to knowledge sharing and stakeholder alignment in solar energy clusters: Learning from other sectors and regions.
- Stefan Henningsson, Helle Zinner Henriksen:
Inscription of behaviour and flexible interpretation in Information Infrastructures: The case of European e-Customs.
- Karin Hedström, Ella Kolkowska, Fredrik Karlsson, J. P. Allen:
Value conflicts for information security management.
- S. C. Lenny Koh, Angappa Gunasekaran, T. Goodman:
Drivers, barriers and critical success factors for ERPII implementation in supply chains: A critical analysis.
- Saggi Nevo, Michael R. Wade:
Firm-level benefits of IT-enabled resources: A conceptual extension and an empirical assessment.
- Dorothy E. Leidner, Janice Lo, David S. Preston:
An empirical investigation of the relationship of IS strategy with firm performance.
- Gurpreet Dhillon, Mário M. Caldeira, Mitchell R. Wenger:
Intentionality and power interplay in IS implementation: The case of an asset management firm.
- Gang Peng, Rangamohan V. Eunni:
Computer skills, non-routine tasks, and wage premium: A longitudinal study.
- Jacques Bulchand-Gidumal, Santiago Melián-González:
Maximizing the positive influence of IT for improving organizational performance.