Publications

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1993
Frietas, H., & Ballaz B. (1993).  A Study of End-Users' Behavior by Means of an Automated Assessment Method (or a Behavior Typology of End-Users). Human, Organizational, and Social Dimensions of Information Systems Development. 83-106.
Guimaraes, T., & McKeen J. D. (1993).  User Participation in Information System Development: Moderation in All Things. Human, Organizational, and Social Dimensions of Information Systems Development. 171-192.
Kaasbøll, J., Braa K., & Bratteteig T. (1993).  User Problems Concerning Functional Integration in Thirteen Organizations. Human, Organizational, and Social Dimensions of Information Systems Development. 61-81.
Tan, M. (1993).  Using Communication Theory for Systems Design: A Model for Eliciting Information Requirements. Human, Organizational, and Social Dimensions of Information Systems Development. 241-262.
1992
Curtis, B. (1992).  The CASE for Process. The Impact of Computer Supported Technologies in Information Systems Development. 333-343.
Trienekens, J. J. M., & Kusters R. J. (1992).  Customer Orientation as a Basis for Computer Supported Technologies in Software Production. The Impact of Computer Supported Technologies in Information Systems Development. 315-330.
Davies, L., & Nielsen S. (1992).  An Ethnographic Study of Configuration Management and Documentation Practices. The Impact of Computer Supported Technologies in Information Systems Development. 179-192.
Kerola, P., & Oinas-Kukkonen H. (1992).  Hypertext System as an Intermediary Agent in Case Environments. The Impact of Computer Supported Technologies in Information Systems Development. 289-313.
Sumner, M. (1992).  The Impact of Computer-Assisted Software Engineering on Systems Development. The Impact of Computer Supported Technologies in Information Systems Development. 43-60.
Wynekoop, J. L., Senn J. A., & Conger S. A. (1992).  The Implementation of Case Tools: An Innovation Diffusion Approach. The Impact of Computer Supported Technologies in Information Systems Development. 25-41.
Jarke, M., & Pohl K. (1992).  Information Systems Quality and Quality Informations Systems. The Impact of Computer Supported Technologies in Information Systems Development. 345-375.
Klenke, K. (1992).  Leadership Processes in Computer Mediated Work Groups: Implications of Information Systems Development and Leadership Studies. The Impact of Computer Supported Technologies in Information Systems Development. 115-132.
Jones, M., & Walsham G. (1992).  The Limits of the Knowable: Organizational and Design Knowledge in Systems Development. The Impact of Computer Supported Technologies in Information Systems Development. 195-213.
Gray, P. (1992).  New Directions for Group Decision Support Systems. The Impact of Computer Supported Technologies in Information Systems Development. 377-392.
Jr., L. W. A., & Dickson G. W. (1992).  Phased System Design, Development, and Implementation: Process and Technology. The Impact of Computer Supported Technologies in Information Systems Development. 133-149.
Becker, S. A., McGuire E. G., & Niederman F. (1992).  A Preliminary Study on the Group Dynamics of the Cleanroom Systems Development Process. The Impact of Computer Supported Technologies in Information Systems Development. 97-114.
Heym, M., & Österle H. (1992).  A Reference Model for Information Systems Development. The Impact of Computer Supported Technologies in Information Systems Development. 215-239.
Lyytinen, K., & Kendall K. E. (1992).  Research Themes Encompassing Computer Supported Technologies for Information Systems Development. The Impact of Computer Supported Technologies in Information Systems Development. 1-21.
Baskerville, R., Travis J., & Truex D. P. (1992).  Systems Without Method: The Impact of New Technologies on Information Systems Development Projects. The Impact of Computer Supported Technologies in Information Systems Development. 241-269.
Aaen, I., Siltanen A., Sørensen C., & Tahvanainen V. - P. (1992).  A Tale of Two Countries: Case Experiences and Expectations. The Impact of Computer Supported Technologies in Information Systems Development. 61-93.