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Başlık:
Collaborative information technologies
Dil:
English
ISBN:
9781931777254
Yayın Bilgileri:
Hershey, Pa. : IGI Global (701 E. Chocolate Avenue, Hershey, Pennsylvania, 17033, USA), c2002.
Fiziksel Tanımlama:
electronic texts (viii, 292 p. : ill.) : digital files.
İçerik:
Foreword / Mehdi Khosrow-Pour -- Preface -- Extending Collaboration Support Systems: Making Sense in Remote Innovation / Thekla Rura-Polley and Ellen Baker -- Conceptual Linkages: An Analysis of the Organizational Learning, Collaborative Technology and Intellectual Capital Literature / Robert Neilson -- Process Improvement and Knowledge Communication / Ned Kock-- The Effects of Collaborative Technologies /Ned Kock -- The Collaborative Use of Information Technology: End-User Participation and System Success / William J. Doll, Xiaodong Deng -- Promoting Collaboration among Trainers in the National Weather Service / Victoria C. Johnson and Sherwood R. Wang -- A KM-Enabled Architecture for Collaborative Systems / Lina Zhou and Dongsong Zhang -- Computer-Mediated Inter-Organizational Knowledge-Sharing: Insights from a Virtual Team Innovating Using a Collaborative Tool / Ann Majchrzak, Ronald E. Rice, Nelson King, Arvind Malhotra, Sulin Ba -- Alignment of Collaboration Technology Adoption and Organizational Change: Findings from Five Case Studies / Bjorn Erik Munkvold -- Information Retrieval Using Collaborating Multi-User Agents / Elaine Ferneley -- A Framework for the Implementation of a CollaborativeFlexible Learning Environment for Academic Institutions/R. K-Y Li, S. T. Cheng and R.J. Willis -- Information Technology, Core Competencies and Sustained Competitive Advantage / Terry Anthony Byrd -- Fitting EMS to Organizations / Carlos J. Costa, Manuela Aparicio.
Özet:
Collaborative Information Technologies are broadly defined as technologies that enable collaboration among individuals engaged in a common task. Examples of such technologies are Web-based chat tools, Web-based asynchronous conferencing tools, e-mail, listservs, collaborative writing tools, group decision support systems, etc. This book includes research on the design and implementation of such technologies, assessment of the impact of collaborative technologies on organizations, and theoretical considerations on links between collaborative technologies and organizational outcomes.
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Collaborative Information Technologies are broadly defined as technologies that enable collaboration among individuals engaged in a common task. Examples of such technologies are Web-based chat tools, Web-based asynchronous conferencing tools, e-mail, listservs, collaborative writing tools, group decision support systems, etc. Collaborative Information Technologies includes research on the design and implementation of such technologies, assessment of the impact of collaborative technologies on organizations, and theoretical considerations on links between collaborative technologies and organizational outcomes.


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Mehdi Khosrow-PourThekla Rura-Polley and Ellen BakerRobert NeilsonNed KockNed KockWilliam J. Doll and Xiaodong DengVictoria C. Johnson and Sherwood R. WangLina Zhou and Dongsong ZhangAnn Majchrzak and Ronald E. Rice and Nelson King and Arvind Malhotra and Sulin BaBjorn Erik MunkvoldElaine FerneleyR. K-Y Li and S. T. Cheng and R.J. WillisTerry Anthony ByrdCarlos J. Costa and Manuela AparicioGuy Pare and Line DubeArdis HansonGill Mallalieu and Clare Harvey and Colin HardyEllen R. Foxman and William T. SchianoAndrey Naumenko and Alain WegmannMikael Wiberg and Ake Gronlund
Forewordp. i
Prefacep. iv
Chapter 1. Extending Collaboration Support Systems: Making Sense in Remote Innovationp. 1
Chapter 2. Conceptual Linkages: An Analysis of the Organizational Learning, Collaborative Technology and Intellectual Capital Literaturep. 24
Chapter 3. Process Improvement and Knowledge Communicationp. 50
Chapter 4. The Effects of Collaborative Technologiesp. 63
Chapter 5. The Collaborative Use of Information Technology: End-User Participation and System Successp. 82
Chapter 6. Promoting Collaboration among Trainers in the National Weather Servicep. 106
Chapter 7. A KM-Enabled Architecture for Collaborative Systemsp. 112
Chapter 8. Computer-Mediated Inter-Organizational Knowledge-Sharing: Insights from a Virtual Team Innovating Using a Collaborative Toolp. 120
Chapter 9. Alignment of Collaboration Technology Adoption and Organizational Change: Findings from Five Case Studiesp. 141
Chapter 10. Information Retrieval Using Collaborating Multi-User Agentsp. 154
Chapter 11. A Framework for the Implementation of a Collaborative Flexible Learning Environment for Academic Institutionsp. 167
Chapter 12. Information Technology, Core Competencies and Sustained Competitive Advantagep. 181
Chapter 13. Fitting EMS to Organizationsp. 203
Chapter 14. Ad Hoc Virtual Teams: A Multi-disciplinary Framework and a Research Agendap. 215
Chapter 15. Overcoming Barriers in the Planning of a Virtual Library: Recognising Organisational and Cultural Change Agentsp. 228
Chapter 16. The Wicked Relationship Between Organisations and Information Technologyp. 239
Chapter 17. Inspecting Spam: Unsolicited Communications on the Internetp. 262
Chapter 18. Application of Information Management with Meeting Automation Toolp. 274
Chapter 19. A Distributed Cognition Analysis of Mobile CSCWp. 281
About the Editorp. 287
Indexp. 288