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Fit, scope and the shifting baseline: Is your submission likely to be desk rejected?

May 20th, 2024 | By

Information Systems Journal, EarlyView. Source



Speculative foresight: A foray beyond digital transformation

May 16th, 2024 | By

Abstract As the discourse regarding digital transformation has developed, we see an opportunity to extend the concept of becoming digital into an as-of-yet unrealized future. By examining the foundational assumptions of digital transformation, we reveal two frontiers that expand the current transformation discourse into futures where their implications and outcomes will reside. A conceptual frontier
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Mobilising new frontiers in digital transformation research: A problematization review

May 14th, 2024 | By

Abstract In this paper, we mobilise new frontiers in digital transformation (DT) research by deconstructing the literature’s underlying assumptions and analysing their correspondence with current theory. To do so, we conduct a problematization review across the fields of IS, strategy and entrepreneurship, organisation theory and management studies, to capture the multidimensionality of DT research. Unlike
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Linking information technology use with corporate entrepreneurship: The mediation role of openness to external knowledge

May 4th, 2024 | By

Abstract Firms are increasingly applying multiple information technologies (ITs) to pursue corporate entrepreneurship. However, how different ITs can be leveraged collectively to achieve corporate entrepreneurship remains largely underexplored. Drawing upon the knowledge-based view, we develop an integrative theoretical model to delineate how three types of commonly deployed IT (i.e. organisational enterprise systems use, organisational social
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Digital transformation in Latin America: Challenges and opportunities

Apr 27th, 2024 | By

Information Systems Journal, EarlyView. Source



Assessing digital capabilities for digital transformation—The MIND framework

Apr 25th, 2024 | By

Abstract With the rise in the advances and adoption of digital technologies and evolving business dynamics, we live in an era where many organisations are embarking on digital transformation. To stay relevant, however, organisations struggle to comprehensively outline the digital capabilities they have or need in relation to the digital transformation objectives they aim for.
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How do unintended consequences emerge from EHR implementation? An affordance perspective

Apr 25th, 2024 | By

Abstract Drawing upon an affordance-actualisation perspective, we aim to advance our knowledge of the emergence of unintended consequences from the implementation of Electronic Health Record (EHR) systems. Prior research has not yet deeply understood how these unintended consequences unfold. We investigate how the (non-)actualisation of affordances produces unintended consequences. Our exploratory case study of an
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Examining formation and alleviation of information security fatigue by using job demands–resources theory

Apr 19th, 2024 | By

Abstract The implementation and reinforcement of information security policies (ISPs) can lead to information security fatigue (hereafter security fatigue), which can drive employees to engage in unwanted behaviours. Thus, managers must reduce the likelihood of security fatigue. Therefore, in the present study, we employed job demands–resources theory and hypothesized that security-related demands would result in
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Social media?induced polarisation

Apr 17th, 2024 | By

Information Systems Journal, EarlyView. Source



Techno?eustress creators: Conceptualization and empirical validation

Apr 17th, 2024 | By

Abstract Technostress is an inevitable part of work life. This paper takes a step toward mastering it by focusing on positive stress that Information Systems (IS) creates for IS users, known as techno-eustress. Factors that create techno-eustress are known as techno-eustress creators, which we conceptualise as cognitions experienced by IS users, that IS positively challenges
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