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Management Information Systems

1st Edition

Edited by Robert D. Galliers, Mari-Klara Stein

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This new four-volume collection brings together the vast body of literature on Management Information Systems, focusing, in particular, on seminal works in the field and notable new developments. As such, the collection will be welcomed as a useful guide for MIS researchers, including PhD students and academics trying to obtain a better grasp of the field.

Table of Contents

Volume I: Disciplinary and Methodological Foundations of the Information Systems Field

Section 1: Disciplinary Foundations

1. R. Hirschheim and H. K. Klein, ‘A Glorious and Not-So-Short History of the Information Systems Field’, Journal of the Association for Information Systems, 2012, 13, 4, 5.

2. R. L. Ackoff, ‘Management Misinformation Systems’, Management Science, 1967, 14, 4, B-147.

3. E. Mumford, ‘Computer Systems and Work Design: Problems of Philosophy and Vision’, Personnel Review, 1974, 3, 2, 40–9.

4. B. Ives, S. Hamilton, and G. B. Davis, ‘A Framework for Research in Computer-based Management Information Systems’, Management Science, 1980, 26, 9, 910–34.

5. C. U. Ciborra, ‘Crisis and Foundations: An Inquiry into the Nature and Limits of Models and Methods in the Information Systems Discipline’, Journal of Strategic Information Systems, 1998, 7, 1, 5–16.

6. S. Gregor, ‘The Nature of Theory in Information Systems’, MIS Quarterly, 2006, 30, 3, 611–42.

7. R. L. Baskerville, and M. D. Myers, ‘Information Systems as a Reference Discipline’, MIS Quarterly, 2002, 26, 1, 1–14.

Section 2: Methodological Foundations

8. R. D. Galliers, ‘Choosing Appropriate Information Systems Approaches: A Revised Taxonomy’, in H.-E. Nissen, H. K. Klein, and R. Hirschheim (eds.), Information Systems Research: Contemporary Approaches and Emergent Traditions (North Holland, 1991), pp. 327–45.

9. V. Grover, K. Lyytinen, A. Srinivasan, and B. C. Tan, ‘Contributing to Rigorous and Forward Thinking Explanatory Theory’, Journal of the Association for Information Systems, 2008, 9, 2, 40–7.

10. R. L. Baskerville and A. T. Wood-Harper, ‘A Critical Perspective on Action Research as a Method for Information Systems Research’, Journal of Information Technology, 1996, 11, 3, 235–46.

11. S. L. Jarvenpaa, G. W. Dickson, and G. DeSanctis, ‘Methodological Issues in Experimental IS Research: Experiences and Recommendations’, MIS Quarterly, 1985, 9, 2, 141–56.

12. H. K. Klein and M. D. Myers, ‘A Set of Principles for Conducting and Evaluating Interpretive Field Studies in Information Systems’, MIS Quarterly, 1999, 23, 1, 67–93.

13. U. Schultze, ‘A Confessional Account of an Ethnography about Knowledge Work’, MIS Quarterly, 2000, 24, 1, 1–39.

14. C. Urquhart, H. Lehmann, and M. D. Myers, ‘Putting the "Theory" Back Into Grounded Theory: Guidelines for Grounded Theory Studies in Information Systems’, Information Systems Journal, 2010, 20, 4, 357–81.

15. A. R. Hevner, S. T. March, J. Park, and S. Ram, ‘Design Science in Information Systems Research’, MIS Quarterly, 2004, 28, 1, 75–105.

16. I. Benbasat, D. K. Goldstein, and M. Mead, ‘The Case Research Strategy in Studies of Information Systems’, MIS Quarterly, 1987, 11, 3, 369–86.

17. A. Pinsonneault and K. L. Kraemer, ‘Survey Research Methodology in Management Information Systems: An Assessment’, Journal of Management Information Systems, 1993, 10, 2, 75–105.

18. J. Webster and R. T. Watson, ‘Analyzing the Past to Prepare for the Future: Writing a Literature Review’, MIS Quarterly, 2002, 26, 2, xiii–xxiii.

19. A. S. Lee and R. L. Baskerville, ‘Generalizing Generalizability in Information Systems Research’, Information Systems Research, 2003, 14, 3, 221–43.

Volume II: Development, Adoption, and Use of MIS

Section 3: Analysis and Development of MIS

20. R. Hirschheim, H. K. Klein, and K. Lyytinen, ‘Exploring the Intellectual Structures of Information Systems Development: A Social Action Theoretic Analysis’, Accounting, Management and Information Technologies, 1996, 6, 1, 1–64.

21. J. F. Rockart, ‘Chief Executives Define Their Own Data Needs’, Harvard Business Review, 1979, 57, 2, 81–93.

22. D. E. Avison and G. Fitzgerald, ‘Information Systems Development’, in W. L. Currie and R. D. Galliers (eds.), Rethinking Management Information Systems: An Interdisciplinary Perspective (Oxford University Press, 1999), pp. 250–78.

23. Y. Wand and R. Weber, ‘Information Systems and Conceptual Modeling: A Research Agenda’, Information Systems Research, 2002, 13, 4, 363–76.

24. K. Conboy, ‘Agility from First Principles: Reconstructing the Concept of Agility in Information Systems Development’, Information Systems Research, 2009, 20, 3, 329–54.

25. E. Raymond, ‘The Cathedral and the Bazaar’, Knowledge, Technology & Policy, 1999, 12, 3, 23–49.

26. K. Lyytinen and D. Robey, ‘Learning Failure in Information Systems Development’, Information Systems Journal, 1999, 9, 2, 85–101.

27. O. Hanseth and K. Lyytinen, ‘Design Theory for Dynamic Complexity in Information Infrastructures: The Case of Building Internet’, Journal of Information Technology, 2010, 25, 1, 1–19.

Section 4: Adoption and Use of MIS

28. C. Argyris, ‘Management Information Systems: The Challenge to Rationality and Emotionality’, Management Science, 1971, 17, 6, B-275.

29. I. Benbasat and H. Barki, ‘Quo Vadis, TAM?’, Journal of the Association for Information Systems, 2007, 8, 4, 211–18.

30. A. Burton-Jones and M. J. Gallivan, ‘Toward a Deeper Understanding of System Usage in Organizations: A Multilevel Perspective’, MIS Quarterly, 2007, 31, 4, 657–79.

31. J. S. Jasperson, P. E. Carter, and R. W. Zmud, ‘A Comprehensive Conceptualization of Post-adoptive Behaviors Associated With Information Technology Enabled Work Systems’, MIS Quarterly, 2005, 29, 3, 525–57.

32. M. L. Markus and M. S. Silver, ‘A Foundation for the Study of IT Effects: A New Look at DeSanctis and Poole’s Concepts of Structural Features and Spirit’, Journal of the Association for Information Systems, 2008, 9, 10, 609–32.

33. S. Rivard and L. Lapointe, ‘Information Technology Implementers’ Responses to User Resistance: Nature and Effects’, MIS Quarterly, 2012, 36, 3, 897–920.

34. G. Walsham, ‘IT and Changing Professional Identity: Micro-studies and Macro-theory’, Journal of the American Society for Information Science, 1998, 49, 12, 1081–9.

35. P. Zhang, ‘The Affective Response Model: A Theoretical Framework of Affective Concepts and Their Relationships in the ICT Context’, MIS Quarterly, 2013, 37, 1, 247–74.

36. Y. Yoo, ‘Computing in Everyday Life: A Call for Research on Experiential Computing’, MIS Quarterly, 2010, 34, 2, 213–31.

Volume III: Managing Organizational IS, Knowledge, And Innovation

Section 5: Managing Organizational IS and Technical Capabilities

37. W. R. King, ‘How Effective is Your Information Systems Planning?’, Long Range Planning, 1988, 21, 5, 103–12.

38. R. D. Galliers and A. R. Sutherland, ‘Information Systems Management and Strategy Formulation: The "Stages of Growth" Model Revisited’, Information Systems Journal, 1991, 1, 2, 89–114.

39. Y. E. Chan and B. H. Reich, ‘IT alignment: What Have We Learned?’, Journal of Information Technology, 2007, 22, 4, 297–315.

40. V. Sambamurthy, A. Bharadwaj, and V. Grover, ‘Shaping Agility Through Digital Options: Reconceptualizing the Role of Information Technology in Contemporary Firms’, MIS Quarterly, 2003, 27, 2, 237–63.

41. N. Melville, K. Kraemer, and V. Gurbaxani, ‘Information Technology and Organizational Performance: An Integrative Model of IT Business Value’, MIS Quarterly, 2004, 28, 2, 283–322.

42. P. Weill, ‘Don’t Just Lead, Govern: How Top-performing Firms Govern IT’, MIS Quarterly Executive, 2004, 3, 1, 1–17.

43. C. Soh, S. S. Kien, and J. Tay-Yap, ‘Enterprise Resource Planning: Cultural Fits and Misfits: Is ERP a Universal Solution?’, Communications of the ACM, 2000, 43, 4, 47–51.

44. M. L. Markus, ‘Power, Politics, and MIS Implementation’, Communications of the ACM, 1983, 26, 6, 430–44.

45. E. L. Wagner, S. V. Scott, and R. D. Galliers, ‘The Creation of "Best Practice" Software: Myth, Reality and Ethics’, Information and Organization, 2006, 16, 3, 251–75.

46. S. Kurnia and R. B. Johnston, ‘The Need for a Processual View of Inter-organizational Systems Adoption’, Journal of Strategic Information Systems, 2000, 9, 4, 295–319.

47. D. Robey and M. C. Boudreau, ‘Accounting for the Contradictory Organizational Consequences of Information Technology: Theoretical Directions and Methodological Implications’, Information Systems Research, 1999, 10, 2, 167–85.

48. W. H. Delone, ‘The DeLone and McLean Model of Information Systems Success: A Ten-year Update’, Journal of Management Information Systems, 2003, 19, 4, 9–30.

49. J. Hartwick and H. Barki, ‘Explaining the Role of User Participation in Information System Use’, Management Science, 1994, 40, 4, 440–65.

50. J. Baptista, S. Newell, and W. Currie, ‘Paradoxical Effects of Institutionalisation on the Strategic Awareness of Technology in Organisations’, Journal of Strategic Information Systems, 2010, 19, 3, 171–83.

Section 6: Communication, Decision-making, Knowledge Management, and Innovation

51. M. Alavi and D. E. Leidner, ‘Knowledge Management and Knowledge-Management Systems: Conceptual Foundations and Research Issues’, MIS Quarterly, 2001, 25, 1, 107–36.

52. F. Land, ‘Knowledge Management or the Management of Knowledge?’, in William R. King (ed.), Knowledge Management and Organizational Learning (Springer, 2009), pp. 15–26.

53. M. M. Wasko and S. Faraj, ‘Why Should I Share? Examining Social Capital and Knowledge Contribution in Electronic Networks of Practice’, MIS Quarterly, 2005, 29, 1, 35–57.

54. R. Y. Wang, D. M. Strong, and L. M. Guarascio, ‘Beyond Accuracy: What Data Quality Means to Data Consumers’, Journal of Management Information Systems, 1996, 12, 4, 5–33.

55. J. P. Shim, M. Warkentin, J. F. Courtney, D. J. Power, R. Sharda, and C. Carlsson, ‘Past, Present, and Future of Decision Support Technology’, Decision Support Systems, 2002, 33, 2, 111–26.

56. E. B. Swanson, ‘Information Systems Innovation Among Organizations’, Management Science, 1994, 40, 9, 1069–92.

57. Y. Yoo, O. Henfridsson, and K. Lyytinen, ‘The New Organizing Logic of Digital Innovation: An Agenda for Information Systems Research’, Information Systems Research, 2010, 21, 4, 724–35.

Volume IV: IS in Global Context, Emerging Issues, and Controversies

Section 7: IS in Society and a Global Context

58. R. Kling, ‘Learning About Information Technologies and Social Change: The Contribution of Social Informatics’, Information Society, 2000, 16, 3, 217–32.

59. J. Luftman and H. S. Zadeh, ‘Key Information Technology and Management Issues 2010–11: An International Study’, Journal of Information Technology, 2011, 26, 3, 193–204.

60. G. Walsham, ‘Cross-cultural Software Production and Use: A Structurational Analysis’, MIS Quarterly, 2002, 26, 4, 359–80.

61. M. C. Lacity, S. A. Khan, and L. P. Willcocks, ‘A Review of the IT Outsourcing Literature: Insights for Practice’, Journal of Strategic Information Systems, 2009, 18, 3, 130–46.

62. J. Mingers and G. Walsham, ‘Toward Ethical Information Systems: The Contribution of Discourse Ethics’, MIS Quarterly, 2010, 34, 4, 833–54.

63. R. T. Watson, M. C. Boudreau, and A. J. Chen, ‘Information Systems and Environmentally Sustainable Development: Energy Informatics and New Directions for the IS Community’, MIS Quarterly, 2010, 34, 1, 23–38.

64. J. J. Hsieh, A. Rai, and M. Keil, ‘Understanding Digital Inequality: Comparing Continued Use Behavioral Models of the Socio-economically Advantaged and Disadvantaged’, MIS Quarterly, 2008, 32, 1, 97–126.

Section 8: Emerging Topics and Continued Controversies

65. K. Lyytinen and J. L. King, ‘Nothing at the Center? Academic Legitimacy in the Information Systems Field’, Journal of the Association for Information Systems, 2006, 5, 6, 220–46.

66. P. Leonardi, ‘Materiality, Sociomateriality, and Socio-Technical Systems: What Do These Terms Mean? How Are They Related? Do We Need Them?’, in P. Leonardi, B. A. Nardi, and J. Kallinikos (eds.), Materiality and Organizing: Social Interaction in a Technological World (Oxford University Press, 2012), pp. 25–48.

67. U. Schultze and W. J. Orlikowski, ‘Virtual Worlds: A Performative Perspective on Globally Distributed, Immersive Work’, Information Systems Research, 2010, 21, 4, 810–21.

68. A. P. McAfee, ‘Enterprise 2.0: The Dawn of Emergent Collaboration’, Management of Technology and Innovation, 2006, 47, 3.

69. D. Boyd and K. Crawford, ‘Critical Questions for Big Data: Provocations for a Cultural, Technological, and Scholarly Phenomenon’, Information, Communication & Society, 2012, 15, 5, 662–79.

70. C. Sørensen, A. Al-Taitoon, J. Kietzmann, D. Pica, G. Wiredu, S. Elaluf-Calderwood, K. Boateng, M. Kakihara, and D. Gibson, ‘Exploring Enterprise Mobility: Lessons From the Field’, Information, Knowledge, Systems Management, 2008, 7, 1, 243–71.

71. S. Vodanovich, D. Sundaram, and M. Myers, ‘Digital Natives and Ubiquitous Information Systems’, Information Systems Research, 2010, 21, 4, 711–23.

72. R. Agarwal, G. G. Gao, C. DesRoches, and A. K. Jha, ‘The Digital Transformation of Healthcare: Current Status and the Road Ahead’, Information Systems Research, 2010, 21, 4, 796–809.

73. W. Venters and E. A. Whitley, ‘A Critical Review of Cloud Computing: Researching Desires and Realities’, Journal of Information Technology, 2012, 27, 3, 179–97.

74. F. Belanger and R. E. Crossler, ‘Privacy in the Digital Age: A Review of Information Privacy Research in Information Systems’, MIS Quarterly, 2011, 35, 4, 1017–41.

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