IS Seminar - Spring 2001
|Week 1 Introduction||Week 2 IS Effectiveness||Week 3 Media Richness and E Learning||Week 4 Organizational Issues||Week 5 Technology Acceptance|
|Week 6 Value of IT||Week 7 Value of IT||Week 8 Organizational issues||Week 9 Database - Accounting||Week 10 Knowledge Management from an Organizational Perspective|
|Week 11 Data Mining||Week 12 Decision Aids||Week 13 Decision Aids||Week 14 - Final Topic Analyses||Extra Week - Ethics and Security|
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Ryan, S.D. and D. A. Harrison. 2000. Considering Social Subsystem Costs and Benefits in Information TEchnology Investment Decisions: A View from the Field on Anticipated Payoffs. Journal of Mangement Information Systmes. Spring. 11-40.
Watson, R.T., L. F. Pitt, and C. B. Kavan. 1998.Measuring Information Systems Service Quality: Lessons From Two Longitudinal Case Studies. MISQ. March 61-72.
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Dennis, A. R. and S. T.Kinney, Testing
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Bhattacherjee, Anol. 1998. Managerial Influences on Intraorganizational Information Technology Use: A Principal-Agent Model. Decision Sciences Vol 29 No 1, Winter
Starbuck, W. H. 1992. Learning by Knowledge-Intensive Firms.
JMS 29:6 November
Taylor, S. and P. Todd. 1995. Understanding Information Technology Usage: A Test of Competing Models. Informataion Systems Research, Vol. 6, No. 3.
Lucas, H.C. Jr., and V.K. Spitler. 1999. Technology Use and Performance: A Field Study of Broker Workstations. Decision Sciences. Spring.
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Schafer, B. and M. E. Eining. 2002. Auditor's Adoption of Technology: A Study of Domain Experts. Working Paper, University of Utah
Chatterjee, D., V. J. Richardson, and R. W. Zmud. 2001. Examing the Shareholder Wealth Effects of Announcements of Newly Created CIO Positions. MIS Quarterly.
Subramani, M. and E. Walden. 2001. The Impact of E-Commerce Announcements on the Market Value of the Firm. Information Systems Research.
Jarvenpaa, S.L. and B. Ives. 1990. Information Technology and Corporate Strategy: A view from the Top. Information Systems Research.
Benaroch, M. and R.J.Kauffman. 1999. A Case for Using Real Options Pricing Analysis to Evaluate Information Technonology Project Investments. Information Systems Research.
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Fichman, R. G. 2001. The Role of Aggregation in the Measurement of IT-Related Organizational Innovation. MIS Quarterly
Menon, N.M., B. Lee, and L. Eldenburg. 2000. Productivity of Information Systems in the Healthcare Industry. Information Systems Research.
Orlikowski, W.J. and S. R. Barley. 2001. Technology and Institutions: What Can Research on Information Technology and Research on Organizations Learn from Each Other. MIS Quarterly. (June) pp. 145-165.
Sabherwal, R. and Y. E. Chan. 2001. Alignment Between Business and IS Strategies: A Study of Prosepectors, Analyzers, and Defenders. Information Systems Research. (March). pp. 11-33
Robey, D. and M. Boudreau. 1999. Accounting for the Contradictory Organiztional Consequences of Information Technology: Theoretical Directions and Methodological Implications. Information Systems Research (June) pp. 167-185.
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Nonaka, I. and N. Konno. 1998. The Concept of "Ba" Building a Foundation for Knowledge Creation. California Management Review
Backround - all read
Alavi, M. and D. E. Leidner. 2001. Review: Knowledge Management and Knowledge Management Systems: Conceptual Foundations and Research Issues. MIS Quarterly.
Huber. 1990. A Theory of the Effects of Advanced Information Technologies on Organizational Design, Intelligence, and Decision Making. Academy of Management Review.
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Vessey, I. 1991. Cognitive Fit: A Theory-Based Analysis of the Graphs Versus Tables Literature. Decision Sciences.
Background - Everyone read very thoroughly
Vessey, I. and D. Galletta. 1991. Cognitive Fit: An Empirical Study of Information Acquisition. Information Systems Research.
Dennis, A.R. and T. A. Carte. 1998. Using Geographical Information Systems for Decision Making: Extending Cognitive Fit Theory to Map-Based Presentations.
Tranctinsky, N. and J. Meyer. 1999. Chartjunk or Goldgraph? Effest of Presentation Objectives and Content Desirability on Infomraiotn Presentation. MIS Quarterly.
Brown, D.L. and M. M. Eining. 1997. Judgment and Decision Making, Part IV: Information Technology and Decision Aids. in Accounting Behavior and Research Monograph.
this is just for background
Silver, M.S. 1990. Decision Support Systems: Directed and Nondirected Change. Information Systems Research.
Todd, P. and I. Benbasat. 1991. An Experimental INvestigation of the Impact of Computer Based Decision Aids on Decision Making Strategies. Information Systems Research.
Wheeler, B.C. and J.S. Valacich. 1996. Facilitation, GSS, and Training as Sources of Process Restrictiveness and Guidance for Structured Group Decision Making: An Empirical Assessment. Information Systems Research.
Eining, M.M., D.R. Jones, and J.K. Loebbecke. 1997. Reliance on Decision Aids: An Examination of Auditors' Assessment of Management Fraud. Auditing: A Journal of Practice and Theory.
In case you are interested in Reliance Research
Mason, R. 1986. Four Ethical Issues of the Information Age. MIS Quarterly.
Gattiker, U.E. and H.. Kelley. 1999. Morality and Computers: Attitudes and Differences in Moral Judgments. Information Systems Research.
Gopal, R. D. and G. L. Sanders. 1998. International Software Piracy: Analysis of Key Issues and Impacts. Information Systems Research
Loch,K.D., H.C. Carr, and M.E. WArkentin. 1992. Threats to Information Systems: Today's Reality, Yesterday's Understanding. MIS Quarterly