ISJ Current Issue

Latest Papers in EarlyView

Aug 15th, 2015 | By

EarlyView is Wiley’s online repository for papers accepted but not yet published in an issue. The latest EarlyView papers are detailed below. For full details and access to all of the ISJ please go to the publishers website – see Wiley link in Weblinks in the next column.    



Combining social media affordances for organising collective action

Jan 8th, 2020 | By

Abstract Social media provide new opportunities for supporting the dynamics of collective action (CA), allowing for the mobilisation of people into debates and involving them in new forms of collective decision making. Although current studies focus on opportunities offered by social media for collective action, there is still a need to deepen the understanding of
[continue reading…]



Usable, in?use, and useful research: A 3U framework for demonstrating practice impact

Jan 3rd, 2020 | By

Abstract In addition to innate curiosity, many of us also see scientific research as a way of making the world a better place. There has been a drive to better understand and observe the practical and societal impact of research, led by researchers seeking to find meaning and purpose in their work, as well as
[continue reading…]



Mitigating the intrusive effects of smart home assistants by using anthropomorphic design features: A multimethod investigation

Jan 2nd, 2020 | By

Abstract With the growing proliferation of smart home assistants (SHAs), digital services are increasingly pervading people’s private households. Through their intrusive features, SHAs threaten to not only increase individual users’ strain but also impair social relationships at home. However, while previous research has predominantly focused on technology features’ detrimental effects on employee strain at work,
[continue reading…]



Information security policy noncompliance: An integrative social influence model

Dec 31st, 2019 | By

Abstract Despite the significant advancements made in understanding the factors that drive employees’ compliance and noncompliance behaviours with information security policy (ISP), less is known about how different factors interact to impact such behaviours. Having been drawn on the social information processing theory, this research develops an integrative model that investigates how ethical work climate,
[continue reading…]



The use of prototypes to bridge knowledge boundaries in agile software development

Dec 31st, 2019 | By

Abstract Bridging knowledge boundaries among project team members is essential to prevent delays or complete failure of software development projects. Prior researchers have reported that software prototypes can be used to help bridge knowledge boundaries between team members in traditional software development settings, yet their use in an agile development setting remains unexplored. Agile development
[continue reading…]



Twenty?five years of the Information Systems Journal: A bibliometric and ontological overview

Dec 31st, 2019 | By

Abstract The Information Systems Journal (ISJ) published its first issue in 1991, and in 2015, the journal celebrated its 25th anniversary. This study presents an overview of the leading research trends in the papers that the journal has published during its first quarter of a century via a bibliometric and ontological analysis. From a bibliometric
[continue reading…]



Contextualizing a professional social network for health care: Experiences from an action design research study

Jun 27th, 2017 | By

Abstract Professional social networks (PSN) are online environments where practitioners can present themselves, get in contact and socialize with coworkers, share and discuss ideas, or exchange business-related knowledge. Despite the fact that collaboration and information sharing are becoming more relevant for delivering high-quality services, PSN are not yet widely adopted in complex domains such as
[continue reading…]



Digital transformation by SME entrepreneurs: A capability perspective

Jun 20th, 2017 | By

Abstract This research investigates how entrepreneurs of small and medium enterprises (SMEs) with inadequate capabilities and limited resources drove digital transformation in their companies, a phenomenon that remains under-researched in the extant literature. We conduct qualitative research on digital transformation to cross-border e-commerce undergone by 7 SMEs on the Alibaba digital platform. We inductively derive
[continue reading…]



Editorial: Special issue on empirical research on information systems addressing the challenges of environmental sustainability: an imperative for urgent action

Jun 15th, 2017 | By

Link: Editorial: Special issue on empirical research on information systems addressing the challenges of environmental sustainability: an imperative for urgent action Source: Information Systems Journal (Wiley)