Collaborative Information Technologies

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Khosrow-Pour, Mehdi
Idea Group Inc (IGI), 2001. júl. 1. - 308 oldal

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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An Analysis of the Organizational Learning Collaborative Technology and Intellectual Capital Literature
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Chapter 3 Process Improvement and Knowledge Communication
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Chapter 4 The Effects of Collaborative Technologies
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EndUser Participation and System Success
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Chapter 6 Promoting Collaboration among Trainers in the National Weather Service
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Chapter 7 A KMEnabled Architecture for Collaborative Systems
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Insights from a Virtual Team Innovating Using a Collaborative Tool
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Chapter 9 Alignment of Collaboration Technology Adoption and Organizational Change Findings from Five Case Studies
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Chapter 13 Fitting EMS to Organisations
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A Multidisciplinary Framework and a Research Agenda
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Recognising Organisational and Cultural Change Agents
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Chapter 16 The Wicked Relationship Between Organisations and Information Technology
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Unsolicited Communications on the Internet
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Chapter 18 Application of Information Management with Meeting Automation Tool
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Chapter 19 A Distributed Cognition Analysis of Mobile CSCW
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About the Editor
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Chapter 10 Information Retrieval Using Collaborating MultiUser Agents
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Chapter 11 A Framework for the Implementation of a Collaborative Flexible Learning Environment for Academic Institutions
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Chapter 12 Information Technology Core Competencies and Sustained Competitive Advantage
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Index
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A szerzőről (2001)

Mehdi Khosrow-Pour, D.B.A. received his Doctorate in Business Administration from the Nova Southeastern University (Florida, USA). Dr. Khosrow-Pour taught undergraduate and graduate information system courses at the Pennsylvania State University – Harrisburg for 20 years. He is currently Executive Editor at IGI Global (www.igi-global.com). He also serves as Executive Director of the Information Resources Management Association (IRMA) (www.irma-international.org), and Executive Director and President of the World Forgotten Children’s Foundation (www.world-forgotten-children.org). He is the author/editor of over twenty books in information technology management. He is also the editor-in-chief of the Information Resources Management Journal, the Journal of Cases on Information Technology, the Journal of Electronic Commerce in Organizations, and the Journal of Information Technology Research, and has authored more than 50 articles published in various conference proceedings and scholarly journals. [Editor]

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