Innovating mindfully with Information Technology (2004)

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by E. Burton Swanson , Neil C. Ramiller
Venue:MIS Quarterly
Citations:27 - 0 self

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7 Emerging Work Practices of ICT-Enabled Mobile Professionals. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, London School of Economics and Political Science, University of London. Retrieved February 14, 2005, from www.kakihara.org – Masao Kakihara - 2003
47 The Diffusion and Assimilation of Information Technology Innovations – Robert G. Fichman, Wallace E. Carroll - 2000
GENDER AND PROFESSIONAL WORK – Lakshmi Ramarajan, Kathleen Mcginn, Deborah Kolb, Lakshmi Ramarajan, Kathleen Mcginn, Deborah Kolb - 2012
67 Information Technology Diffusion: A Review of Empirical Research – Robert G. Fichman - 1992
� Crystal Blue Consulting – unknown authors - 2010
Towards an Integrated Knowledge . . . – Anita Subramanian - 2003
5 Organizational Innovation – Alice Lam - 2004
Organizational Learning and Knowledge Management – Mark Easterby-smith, Marjorie A. Lyles
STRATEGY AS PRACTICE: RECURSIVENESS, ADAPTATION AND STRATEGIC PRACTICES-IN-USE by – Paula Jarzabkowski, Paula Jarzabkowski, Paula Jarzabkowski, Paula Jarzabkowski - 2002
CAN LESS BE MORE? MINIMAL STRUCTURING, IDENTITY AND LEARNING AROUND IT – Manuela Faia-correia, Psicologia Aplicada, Miguel Pina, E Cunha
3 Path creation with digital 3D representation: Networks of innovation in architectural design and construction – Richard J. Boland, Jr., Kalle Lyytinen, Youngjin Yoo - 2003
GAPS – Robert G. Fichman, Chris F. Kemerer - 1995
75 The illusory diffusion of innovation: an examination of assimilation gaps – Robert G. Fichman, Chris F. Kemerer - 1999
2 ICT Diffusion to Businesses – Chris Forman, Avi Goldfarb - 2005
IT Discourse From the Organizing Vision Perspective – Ping Wang, Ping Wang - 2002
1 ICT and Organizational Change: Introduction to the Special Issue – Michael Barrett, David Grant, Nick Wailes
IMPLEMENTING CRM: LEARNING CYCLES UNDER THE LENS OF ABSORPTIVE CAPACITY – unknown authors
2 Made to fit: How practices vary as they diffuse – Shahzad M. Ansari, Peer C. Fiss, Edward J. Zajac, Mechanisms (e. G - 2010
2 Adoption of e-processes by Service Firms: An empirical study of antecedents – Nikos Tsikriktsis, Gianvito Lanzolla, Mark Frohlich