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The contingent effects of social network sparseness and centrality on managerial innovativeness
Prior research has highlighted that network sparseness and network centrality enhance innovativeness through access to information and influence, respectively. We advance this perspective by exploring the extent to which ...
Knowledge sharing in communities of practice : examining usefulness of knowledge from discussion forums versus repositories
With the prevalent use of virtual Communities of Practice (CoPs) in organizations to link networks of individuals located in disparate geographical areas, information communication technologies (ICTs) take on a crucial ...
University technology transfer through entrepreneurship : faculty and students in spinoffs
This research informs our understanding of the technology commercialization process in university spinoffs, focusing in particular on student involvement in the early phases of the spinoff development process and on the ...
Expertise and collaboration in the geographically dispersed organization
The knowledge-based view of the firm has led to greater theoretical interest in how organizations integrate knowledge resources embedded in their employees’ expertise. We examine the knowledge-integration problem in ...
Learning from experience in software development : a multilevel analysis
This study examines whether individuals, groups, and organizational units learn from experience in software development and whether this learning improves productivity. Although prior research has found the existence of ...
Reuse of knowledge assets from repositories : a mixed methods study
Reuse of information retrieved from an electronic knowledge repository and how this complements person-to-person interactions are poorly understood. I developed a research model that examined factors influencing how ...
Enablers and benefits of implementing Service-Oriented Architecture : an empirical investigation
This paper examines the key managerial factors affecting Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) implementation in organisations, and whether the implementation of SOA provides benefits to organisations. Based on a cross-sectional ...
The career paths less (or more) traveled : a sequence analysis of IT career histories, mobility patterns, and career success
This paper examines the objective career histories, mobility patterns, and career success of 500 individuals drawn from the National Longitudinal Survey of Youth (NLSY79), who had worked in the information technology ...
Standards development and diffusion : a case study of RosettaNet
The RosettaNet consortium aligns its diffusion strategies with its development processes while adapting them to the local conditions in the home countries of its member organizations.
Using enterprise architecture standards in managing information technology
Organizations increasingly need to build an enterprise-wide capability to leverage technology that is distributed in different business units. Some organizations establish enterprise architecture (EA) standards to enable ...