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GLOBAL SOCIAL AND ORGANIZATIONAL IMPLICATIONS OF EMERGING INFORMATION RESOURCES MANAGEMENT : CONCEPTS AND APPLICATIONS


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Price : $ 180.00  
ISBN : 9781605669625  
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Year of Publication : 2010    Edition : 1
Publisher : IGI GLOBAL (IDEA GROUP)
Subject : MANAGEMENT




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Description In today's global society, it has become increasingly important to address the current challenges, obstacles, and solutions encountered by researchers in the field of information resources management. Global, Social, and Organizational Implications of Emerging Information Resources Management: Concepts and Applications highlights recent trends and advancements as they impact all facets of information resources management in an ever-changing society. This collection provides focused discussions of the role outsourcing has played in modern business, the development of Web information systems, and social issues such as explorations of age-based salary differences and workplace stress.


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Preface .............................................................................................................................................. xviii Chapter 1 A Paradigmatic and Methodological Review of Research in Outsourcing ............................................. 1 Vanita Yadav, Management Development Institute, India Rajen K. Gupta, Management Development Institute, India Chapter 2 Outsourcing in the Healthcare Industry: Information Technology, Intellectual Property, and Allied Aspects ................................................................................................................................. 18 Amar Gupta, University of Arizona, USA Raj K. Goyal, Harvard Medical School and VA Boston Health Care System, USA Keith A. Joiner, University of Arizona, USA Sanjay Saini, Harvard Medical School and Massachusetts General Hospital, USA Chapter 3 Evolving Relationship between Law, Offshoring of Professional Services, Intellectual Property, and International Organizations ............................................................................................................ 45 Amar Gupta, University of Arizona, USA David A. Gantz, University of Arizona, USA Devin Sreecharana, University of Arizona, USA Jeremy Kreyling, University of Arizona, USA Chapter 4 Ensuring Correctness, Completeness, and Freshness for Outsourced Tree-Indexed Data ................... 69 Tran Khanh Dang, National University of Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam Chapter 5 The Post-Offshoring IS Organization ................................................................................................... 88 William R. King, University of Pittsburgh, USA Table of Contents Chapter 6 Is Information Systems (IS) Offshoring an Extension of IS Outsourcing?: Concept, Definition and Determinants ................................................................................................................................ 101 Shirish C. Srivastava, HEC School of Management, France Thompson S. H. Teo, National University of Singapore, Singapore Partha S. Mohapatra, Morgan State University, USA Chapter 7 Hybrid Offshoring: Composite Personae and Evolving Collaboration Technologies ........................ 118 Nathan Denny, University of Arizona, USA Shivram Mani, University of Arizona, USA Ravi Sheshu Nadella, University of Arizona, USA Manish Swaminathan, University of Arizona, USA Jamie Samdal, University of Arizona, USA Chapter 8 Exploratory Study on Effective Control Structure in Global Business Process Sourcing .................. 135 Gyeung-min Kim, Ewha Womans University, Korea Saem-Yi Kim, Ewha Womans University, Korea Chapter 9 An Outsourcing Acceptance Model: An Application of TAM to Application Development Outsourcing Decisions ........................................................................................................................ 153 John “Skip” Benamati, Miami University, USA T.M. Rajkumar, Miami University, USA Chapter 10 Testing for the Applicability of the TAM Model in the Arabic Context: Exploring an Extended TAM with Three Moderating Factors ................................................................................. 177 Said S. Al-Gahtani, King Khalid University, Saudi Arabia Chapter 11 Factors Influencing the Use of Decision Support Tools of Enterprise Resource Planning Systems ............................................................................................................................................... 205 Emad M. Kamhawi, Zagazig University, Egypt Chapter 12 Software Quality Management: Measurement and Research Directions ........................................... 225 Padmal Vitharana, Syracuse University, USA Mark A. Mone, University Wisconsin - Milwaukee, USA Chapter 13 Is “Usefulness” or “Use” the Superior Metric When Assessing Web-Based Information System Success? ................................................................................................................................. 248 Hollis T. Landrum, University of North Texas, USA Victor R. Prybutok, University of North Texas, USA David Strutton, University of North Texas, USA Xiaoni Zhang, University of North Texas, USA Chapter 14 Identification of Critical Success Factors (CSF) and their Relative Importance for Web-Based Information Systems Development ..................................................................................................... 266 Kyootai Lee, University of Missouri - St.Louis, USA Kailash Joshi, University of Missouri - St.Louis, USA Mueun Bae, Inha University, Korea Chapter 15 Media Richness in Online Consumer Interactions: An Exploratory Study of Consumer-Opinion Web Sites ............................................................................................................................................. 280 Irene Pollach, University of Aahus, Denmark Chapter 16 Revisiting the Impact of Information Technology Investments on Productivity: An Empirical Investigation Using Multivariate Adaptive Regression Splines (MARS) .......................................... 298 Myung Ko, The University of Texas at San Antonio, USA Jan Guynes Clark, The University of Texas at San Antonio, USA Daijin Ko, The University of Texas at San Antonio, USA Chapter 17 Building the IT Workforce of the Future: The Demand for More Complex, Abstract, and Strategic Knowledge ........................................................................................................................... 323 Deborah J. Armstrong, Florida State University, USA H. James Nelson, Southern Illinois University Carbondale, USA Kay M. Nelson, Southern Illinois University Carbondale, USA V.K. Narayanan, Drexel University, USA Chapter 18 Perception Gaps about Skills Requirement for Entry-Level IS Professionals between Recruiters and Students: An Exploratory Study ................................................................................. 341 Sooun Lee, Miami University, USA Xiang Fang, Miami University, USA Chapter 19 The Relationship Between the Fulfillment of the IT Professional’s Psychological Contract and their Organizational Citizenship and Innovative Work Behaviors ............................................... 368 Sandra K. Newton, Sonoma State University, USA Linda I. Nowak, Sonoma State University, USA J. Ellis Blanton, University of South Florida, USA Chapter 20 Inter-Team Negotiation Support, Coalition Formation, and Negotiation Outcomes: An Empirical Study ............................................................................................................................. 390 Xiaojia Guo, National University of Singapore, Singapore John Lim, National University of Singapore, Singapore Fei Wang, Application Consultant, Singapore Chapter 21 Impact of Age on Information Technology Salaries ........................................................................... 403 Jing Quan, Salisbury University, USA Ronald Dattero, Southwest Missouri State University, USA Stuart D. Galup, Florida Atlantic University, USA Chapter 22 An Empirical Investigation of Stress Factors in Information Technology Professionals ................... 421 Vijay V. Raghavan, Northern Kentucky University, USA Toru Sakaguchi, Northern Kentucky University, USA Robert C. Mahaney, Eastern Kentucky University, USA Chapter 23 Information Technology Portfolio Management: Literature Review, Framework, and Research Issues ................................................................................................................................... 446 Ram Kumar, University of North Carolina-Charlotte, USA Haya Ajjan, University of North Carolina-Charlotte, USA Yuan Niu, University of North Carolina-Charlotte, USA Compilation of References .............................................................................................................. 471 About the Contributors ................................................................................................................... 524 Index ................................................................................................................................................... 536
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