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Sustainable affordances of information systems for cultural tourism: An organisational aesthetics perspective

Feb 25th, 2024 | By

Abstract Although information systems (IS) are increasingly used to provide sustainable solutions for tourism, our understanding of the social mechanisms whereby IS contribute to a sustainable visitor economy is limited. This paper fills the gap by investigating how organisations enact the affordances of IS in preserving intangible cultural heritage (ICH) to contribute to a sustainable
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A configurational theory of digital disruption

Feb 20th, 2024 | By

Abstract Digital Disruption (DD) has become a hot topic in recent years, yet detailed research is surprisingly lacking. The literature offers almost no insights into how DD occurs at the industry level and what industry factors influence it. This paper advances knowledge of DD by developing and testing a configurational theory. Using a multi-method research
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Evolving editorial boards

Feb 15th, 2024 | By

Information Systems Journal, EarlyView. Source



How do consumers make behavioural decisions on social commerce platforms? The interaction effect between behaviour visibility and social needs

Feb 9th, 2024 | By

Abstract The online phenomenon of social commerce (i.e., s-commerce) platforms has emerged as a combination of online social networking and e-commerce. On s-commerce platforms, consumers can observe others’ behavioural decisions and can distinguish those made by their friends from those made by their followees (i.e., the people a focal consumer follows but who do not
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Understanding the careers of freelancers on digital labor platforms: The case of IT work

Feb 7th, 2024 | By

Abstract Online freelancing, an alternative form of work where independent workers offer services on digital labor platforms, gains increasing importance in IS research. While the general understanding of this form of work is growing, research lacks understanding careers on digital labor platforms. However, these differ from careers in offline labor markets due to volatility, global
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A person?centred view of citizen participation in civic crowdfunding platforms: A mixed?methods study of civic backers

Feb 7th, 2024 | By

Abstract Crowdfunding platforms have emerged as a promising contemporary means for mobilising collective civic actions to address local or social issues, improve community cohesion and develop the public good. This empirical study taps into the understudied civic crowdfunding platforms (CCP) developed to facilitate such actions, proposing, supporting and funding public-interest projects through crowdsourcing and microfinancing.
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Chatbot interactions: How consumption values and disruptive situations influence customers’ willingness to interact

Jan 31st, 2024 | By

Abstract Chatbots offer customers access to personalised services and reduce costs for organisations. While some customers initially resisted interacting with chatbots, the COVID-19 outbreak caused them to reconsider. Motivated by this observation, we explore how disruptive situations, such as the COVID-19 outbreak, stimulate customers’ willingness to interact with chatbots. Drawing on the theory of consumption
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Bridging the gap between work? and nonwork?related knowledge contributions on enterprise social media: The role of the employee–employer relationship

Jan 27th, 2024 | By

Abstract Knowledge is an invaluable resource and a key to organisational success. To leverage this resource adequately, organisations must encourage their employees to share what they know with their peers. Enterprise social media (ESM) has emerged as an ideal venue for achieving this goal, and numerous studies have examined the drivers of work-related knowledge contributions
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Article production changes at the ISJ and their consequences

Jan 24th, 2024 | By

Information Systems Journal, EarlyView. Source



The ethics of using generative AI for qualitative data analysis

Jan 23rd, 2024 | By

Information Systems Journal, EarlyView. Source