28. HICSS 1995:
USA - Volume 4 28th Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS-28),
USA. IEEE Computer Society,
Distributed Group Support Systems (DGSS)
- Rosalie J. Ocker, Starr Roxanne Hiltz, Murray Turoff, Jerry Fjermestad:
Computer support for distributed asynchronous software design teams: experimental results on creativity and quality.
- Kelly Burke, Laku Chidambaram, John Locke:
Evolution of relational factors over time: a study of distributed and nondistributed meetings.
- Raymond R. Panko, Susan T. Kinney:
Working relationships: assessing the need for media to support close personal relationships at work.
- Uwe Busbach:
Distributed work management: an application area for mobile computing.
- Mary Ann Dase, Lai Lai Tung, Efraim Turban:
A proposed research framework for distributed group support systems.
- Jack W. Fellers, Anthoy Clifton, Holly Handley:
Using the Internet to provide support for distributed interactions.
Electronic Support for Learning
Geographic Information Systems
- Kim Lowell, Geoffrey Edwards, Kim Esbensen:
Towards a more human (re)design of digital spatial technologies with emphasis on an uncertainty-based cartographic representation.
- Lisa D. Murphy:
Geographic information systems: are they decision support systems?
- Jochen Albrecht:
Virtual Geographic Information System (VGIS).
Group Support Systems
Group Support Systems Applications
- John Wilson, Leonard M. Jessup:
A field experiment on GSS anonymity and group member status.
- Jerry Fjermestad, Robert M. Czech, Starr Roxanne Hiltz, Murray Turoff, Cameron Ford, Rosalie J. Ocker, Frederick Ferront, Malcolm Worrell, Kenneth Johnson:
Group strategic decision making: asynchronous GSS using structured conflict and consensus approaches.
- Beatriz Morales, Hector Moreira, Douglas R. Vogel:
Group support for regional development in Mexico.
Negotiation Support Systems
Business Process Re-Engineering
- Bob Czech, Jerry Fjermestad, Patrik Jonsson:
Object oriented organizational modeling.
- Jinoos Hosseini:
Business process modeling and organizational memory systems: a case study.
- T. K. Sateesh:
Making the requirements of process controlled systems explicit.
- Alan R. Dennis, Robert Daniels, Glenda S. Hayes, Gigi G. Kelly, Dave Lange, Lawrence Massman:
Business process re-engineering with groupware.
- Hans van der Heijden, René W. Wagenaar, Jo van Nunen, Frans Van den Bosch:
Redesigning process control mechanisms using EDI. An agency-theoretic perspective.
- Eward Lewis:
The process analysis network method for business process re-engineering.
The Borderless Organization
- William H. Money, John R. Harrald:
The application of group support systems to knowledge acquisition for disaster response planning.
- Jukka Korpela, Markku Tuominen:
Group decision support for defining the vision and strategic goals for distribution logistics.
- Grerge Fox:
The challenge of convergence.
- Gert-Jan de Vreede, Henk G. Sol, Gary W. Dickson:
A group problem solving approach to business process redesign: combating organized crime in Amsterdam.
- Petri Maaranen:
GroupVideo-distributed EMS for small groups.
- Juha S. Knuuttila, Kenneth R. Walsh, Andrea L. Houston, E. Golla:
DeleGate: towards a conference diplomat's multidimensional workstation.
- Morgen M. Sherpherd, Robert O. Briggs, Bruce A. Reinig, Jerome Yen:
Social loafing in electronic brainstorming: invoking social comparison through technology and facilitation techniques to improve group productivity.
- Sheila A. Brandt, Robert O. Briggs:
Exploring the use of EMS in the classroom: two field studies.
Creativity/Innovation in I.S. Organizations
Internet and the Information Superhighway
Issues in Technology Transfer
- Herb Krasner:
Bottlenecks in the transfer of software engineering technology: lessons learned from a consortium failure.
- Reima Suomi, Monika Kastu-Haikio:
Information systems application educational needs of small enterprises-a survey of Finnish circumstances.
- Robert J. Mockler, Dorothy G. Dologite, Beata M. Lobert:
Underlying theories of practical value in technology transfer across cultural boundaries: an application study.
- David V. Gibson, G. Thomas Harlan:
Inter-organizational technology transfer: the case of the NSF science and technology centers.
- Manabu Eto, Danielle Wierengo, Everett M. Rogers:
Technology transfer from government R&D laboratories in the United States and Japan.
- Raymond Radosevich:
A test of the surrogate-entrepreneurship model of public-technology commercialization.
- Sul Passicieh, John Zepper:
Technology transfer in Sandia's scientific areas. The engineering sciences Technology Information Environment- Systematic approach to security, privacy and appropriate access.
Measuring the Effectiveness of Emerging Technologies
- Geoffrey S. Hubona:
Evaluating user interface design with belief constructs.
- Christopher Deephouse, Dennis Goldenson, Marc I. Kellner, Tridas Mukhopadhyay:
The effects of software processes on meeting targets and quality.
- Donald L. Amoroso, J. Daniel Couger:
Developing information systems with creativity techniques: an exploratory study.
- Fred D. Davis, Viswanath Venkatesh:
Measuring user acceptance of emerging information technologies: an assessment of possible method biases.
- Jonathan B. Woodroff, George M. Kasper:
User (dis)satisfaction and discrepancy in information systems: an integrated model and empirical investigation.
- James A. Senn, Jungwoo Lee:
The relationship between IT spending and corporate revenue.
- Norbert Reekers, Steve Smithson:
The impact of electronic data interchange on interorganizational relationships: integrating theoretical perspectives.
- James G. Anderson, Carolyn E. Aydin, Bonnie Kaplan:
An analytical framework for measuring the effectiveness/impacts of computer-based patient record systems.
- Gerhard A. Schloss, Michael J. Wynblatt:
Using a layered paradigm to model multimedia.
- Seokjoong Yoon, Ephraim R. McLean, Merwyn L. Elliot:
Measuring environmental uncertainties in a study of the impact of information technology on organizational communication patterns.
- Bruce A. Reinig, Robert O. Briggs, Morgan M. Shepherd, Jerome Yen, Jay F. Nunamaker:
Developing and validating an instrument to measure the impact of group support technology on affective reward.
- Bradley C. Wheeler, Joseph S. Valacich, Maryam Alavi:
The emergence of desktop videoconferencing for collaborative work.
Modelling the Dynamics of Organizations and Information Systems
- Andreas L. Opdahl, Guttorm Sindre:
Representing real-world processes.
- Christoph Bussler, Stefan Jablonski:
Policy resolution for workflow management systems.
- Victor van Reijswoud, Nardo B. J. van der Rijst:
Modelling business communication as a foundation for business process redesign: a case of production logistics.
- Daniel T. T. van Eijck, Gert-Jan de Vreede:
The dynamics of organizational coordination.
- Richard Badham, Paul Couchman, Steve Little:
A human centred approach to simulation: a case study of software to support system design and development.
- Edeltraud Egger, Gerhard Hanappi:
Modelling creative contradictions for organizational change.
- Otto Petrovic:
On the necessity of an iterative design of business strategy, business organization and information technology.
- T. Holden, P. Wilhelmij, Wai Yee Chow, J. Cross, R. Schade:
KNOVA: modelling the knowledge value-added factors that influence business process performance in organisations.
Strategic and Competitive Information Systems
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