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The Journal of Strategic Information Systems, Volume 30; https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jsis.2021.101692

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Research on the role of social media in crisis management has led to a deeper understanding of their affordances. This research, however, is fragmented, with a primary focus on crisis response. We lack a clear conceptualization of the affordances that social media offer by learning from them to prepare strategically for crises. Based on a systematic review of 128 papers, we inductively build a framework of social media affordances for organizational learning in crisis management. We discuss their role and interplay in strategic crisis management, focusing on organizational crisis learning, and outline avenues for future research based on this foundation.
Journal of Organizational Behavior, Volume 42, pp 867-884; https://doi.org/10.1002/job.2538

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Supported by various collaboration technologies that allow communication from any place or time, employees increasingly engage in technology-assisted supplemental work (TASW). Challenges associated with managing work and nonwork time have been further complicated by a global pandemic that has altered traditional work patterns and locations. To date, studies applying a TASW framework have focused mainly on individual uses of technology or connectivity behaviors and not considered the potential team and social pressures underlying these processes. This study provides clarity on the differences between technology use and TASW and sheds light on the drivers of TASW in a work environment characterized by high connectivity and diverse team structures. Specifically, we demonstrate how individual, social, and material pressures concomitantly impact individual work practices in a team context. Drawing on multisource and multilevel data provided by 443 employees nested in 122 teams, this study shows that individual collaboration technology use and team-level response expectations are independently contributing to TASW. Though the persistence of communication afforded by collaboration technologies mitigates the impact of collaboration technology use on TASW, this persistence is not found to impact the relationship between team-level response expectations and TASW. We discuss how these findings inform our understanding of TASW.
María Isabel Camio, Constanza María Díaz Bilotto, Silvia Irene Izquierdo, María Belén Álvarez
Revista Facultad de Ciencias Económicas, Volume 28, pp 85-108; https://doi.org/10.18359/rfce.4785

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El aprendizaje organizacional (AO) ha sido estudiado como una capacidad o proceso que permite mejorar la performance de las organizaciones. Sin embargo, el campo de estudio del AO se caracteriza por contar con posturas y definiciones heterogéneas o no explicitadas, a partir de las cuales se construyen diversos modelos de medición. El objetivo de este trabajo es proponer una conceptualización del fenómeno del AO desde una perspectiva multidimensional que articule aportes y elementos de las distintas definiciones, y señalar sus implicancias metodológicas para la medición del fenómeno. Para cumplir con ese objetivo, se realiza una revisión sistemática de la literatura en las bases de datos Scopus y Google Scholar. Los 36 artículos seleccionados se analizan en profundidad en un proceso iterativo de lectura, codificación y análisis comparativo. De lo anterior se extraen ocho elementos centrales, descritos y articulados en una propuesta de definición de AO. Finalmente, se discute la postura ontológica y epistemológica que sustenta la conceptualización del fenómeno propuesta y se señalan las implicancias en términos metodológicos para la medición del AO. La principal contribución de este artículo es el desarrollo de una definición multidimensional de AO con una mirada ontológica y epistemológica del fenómeno, con vistas a su medición. De esta manera se busca superar definiciones reduccionistas, y reconocer su complejidad.
Ali Sarkeshikian, Amir Zakery, Mohammad Ali Shafia, Alireza Aliahmadi
Published: 31 August 2020
Kybernetes, Volume 50, pp 1873-1899; https://doi.org/10.1108/k-03-2020-0180

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Purpose Much research has been conducted on technology acceptance (TA), which is mainly about the acceptance by one user. As more than one person should be involved in business-to-business TA decision-making, it is suggested that different processes for making a consensus among different stakeholders should be considered. The purpose of this study is to demonstrate a model for essential activities and characteristics of advocators for accelerating the stakeholders’ consensus in the technology acceptance (SCTA). Design/methodology/approach The conceptual model of this research is presented using a thematic analysis of the interviews with the relevant experts and existing literature. Furthermore, the structural equation model was applied for analyzing empirically how advocators’ characteristics and activities affect consensus. In total, 248 respondents completed the questionnaires. Experts’ opinions, Krippendorff’s alpha index, Cronbach’s alpha coefficient and goodness of fit indices were applied to verify the reliability of the results. Findings Results show that “being leader” and “being influential” are two main characteristics for the advocators’ team that significantly affect SCTA. Reducing perceived “risk” for each stakeholder, developing a “common understanding” among them and demonstrating “resource readiness” are also the main tasks of advocators leading to SCTA. Originality/value The role of advocators in SCTA has been neglected. The main contribution of this study is identifying the required advocators’ activities and characteristics for achieving SCTA.
Louis Raymond, Francois Bergeron, Anne-Marie Croteau, Ana Ortiz De Guinea, Sylvestre Uwizeyemungu
Published: 9 July 2020
Journal of Knowledge Management, Volume 24, pp 1625-1651; https://doi.org/10.1108/jkm-12-2019-0741

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Purpose As purveyors of knowledge-based and high value-added services to the manufacturing sector, industrial service small- and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) must develop the information technology (IT) capabilities that, in combination with other non-IT capabilities, enable their capacity for organizational learning (OL) and for explorative learning in particular. In this context, this study aims to identify the different causal configurations that account for the nonlinear complex interplay of IT capabilities for exploration and strategic capabilities for explorative learning as they affect these firms’ competitive performance. Design/methodology/approach Survey data obtained from 92 industrial service SMEs were analyzed with a configurational approach, using fuzzy set qualitative comparative analysis (fsQCA). Findings As it allows for equifinality, the fsQCA analysis identified two sets of causal configurations that characterize the sampled firms’ explorative learning capability as it relates to competitive performance. In the first set, two configurations were equally associated with high innovation performance, whereas in the second set, four configurations were equally associated with high productivity. Originality/value By viewing explorative learning as a dynamic capability that is enabled by the firm’s IT and strategic capabilities, the study contributes to OL theory by providing a more concrete or “operational” grounding, which allows for a greater practical applicability of this theory. By taking both the configurational and capability-based views of the OL-IT-performance causal framework, the authors provide an empirical basis for unraveling, explaining and understanding the complex non-linear relationships embedded within this framework.
Elif Bilginoğlu,
Yönetim Bilimleri Dergisi, Volume 19, pp 299-322; https://doi.org/10.35408/comuybd.716676

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Mesleki/profesyonel öğrenme ve gelişim alanında, insanların yanılabilirlikleri ve hatalardan öğrenme konularına olan ilgi giderek artmaktadır. Araştırmacılar ve uygulayıcılar hatalardan öğrenmenin önemini fark etmiş olmakla birlikte konu üzerinde çok fazla araştırma yapılmamıştır ve işyerindeki hatalardan öğrenme süreçlerine dair eksiksiz bir kavrayış henüz mevcut değildir. Örgütlerin hataların olumlu sonuçlarından faydalanması için, çalışanları hatadan öğrenmeye teşvik eden koşulları daha iyi anlamak önemlidir. Bu çalışmanın amacı, Bauer ve Mulder (2010) tarafından geliştirilmiş olan İşyerinde Hatalardan Öğrenme Ölçeğinin Türkçe’ye kazandırılmasıdır. Ölçek geçerleme çalışması kapsamında, ölçeğin psikometrik özelliklerini değerlendirmek için iki farklı örneklemden, toplamda 455 kişiye ulaşılmıştır. Veriler üzerinde keşfedici, doğrulayıcı faktör analizleri ve test-tekrar test analizleri gerçekleştirilmiştir. Bulgular orijinalde iki faktörlü olarak önerilen ölçeğinin aynı şekilde iki faktörlü (neden analizi ve strateji geliştirme) bir yapıda Türkçe’ye uygunluğunu ifade etmektedir. Bu bulguların teorik önemi ve etkileri geçmiş yazın ışığında tartışılmaktadır.
Education and Information Technologies, Volume 25, pp 5281-5299; https://doi.org/10.1007/s10639-020-10221-4

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Teachers’ professional digital competence (PDC) is of increasing importance in classrooms in the majority of EU countries. Norway is one of the countries that has been exposed to a strong top-down implementation of information and communication technology in education. However, despite national efforts, practitioners in the education system do not seem to work in line with the given policy. There is therefore a gap between the micro and macro levels, necessitating the need for a closer exploration of the issue. We have conducted a quantitative study of teacher educators and their students in Northern Norway (N = 112). Amongst the staff, professional attitudes have a stronger impact than PDC regarding the extent of the educational use of digital tools, whereas amongst students, PDC has a stronger influence. These results are interpreted using Argyris and Schön’s theory of action in learning organisations.
Christopher S. Koper, Cynthia Lum, David Weisburd, Anthony A. Braga, Andrew Guthrie Ferguson, Maria Ponomarenko, Barry Friedman, David Thacher, Yanilda María González
Police Innovation pp 517-543; https://doi.org/10.1017/9781108278423.023

Encyclopedia of Sustainability in Higher Education pp 1-9; https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-63951-2_320-1

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Behaviour & Information Technology, Volume 38, pp 651-663; https://doi.org/10.1080/0144929x.2018.1551422

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Information and communication technologies (ICTs) have different effects depending on the companies that rely on them. On manufacturing systems, the effective use of ICTs requires a compatible design with the human, technology, and environment. This article analyses the effect of macroergonomic compatibility of ICTs as independent variable on dependent variables of production processes, clients, and organisational performance of manufacturing systems in the Mexican state of Chihuahua. In addition, this paper examines the relationships between these dependent variables. Methodology includes the construction of a questionnaire, administered to middle and senior managers of manufacturing companies to collect information on the macroergonomic practices of ICTs. Also, a factor analysis is carried out to data gathered, and hypotheses are proposed to suggest the effects of ICTs on dependent variables. Afterwards, a structural equations model is constructed and evaluated to test such hypotheses. Results obtained indicate that ICTs are an ideal element to measure macroergonomic compatibility of manufacturing systems, and that this compatibility has positive direct effects on production processes and clients, while significant indirect and total effects on the organisational performance of manufacturing systems. Results also showed that dependent variables clients and production processes had a significant impact on the performance of manufacturing systems.
Siniša Mitić, Milan Nikolić, Jelena Jankov, , Edit Terek
Published: 1 November 2017
Computers in Human Behavior, Volume 76, pp 87-101; https://doi.org/10.1016/j.chb.2017.07.012

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Management and Industrial Engineering pp 63-93; https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-68684-4_6

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Journal of Health Organization and Management, Volume 31, pp 730-745; https://doi.org/10.1108/jhom-06-2017-0148

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Purpose Knowledge acquired from sources of unverified information such as gossip, partial truths or lies, in this paper it is termed as “counter-knowledge.” The purpose of this paper is to explore this topic through an exploration of the links between a Hospital-in-the-Home Units (HHUs) learning process (LP), counter-knowledge, and the utilization of communication technologies. The following two questions are addressed: Does the reduction of counter-knowledge result in the utilization of communication technologies? Does the development of counter-knowledge hinder the LP? Design/methodology/approach This paper examines the relevance of communication technologies to the exploration and exploitation of knowledge for 252 patients of a (HHU) within a Spanish regional hospital. The data collected was analyzed using the PLS-Graph. Findings To HHU managers, this study offers a set of guidelines to assist in their gaining an understanding of the role of counter-knowledge in organizational LPs and the potential contribution of communication technologies. Our findings support the proposition that the negative effects of counter-knowledge can be mitigated by using communication technologies. Originality/value It is argued in this paper that counter-knowledge may play a variety of different roles in the implementation of LPs. Specifically, the assignment of communication technologies to homecare units has given them the means to filter counter-knowledge and prevent users from any possible problems caused by such counter-knowledge.
Márcio Noveli, Alberto Luiz Albertin
Published: 9 October 2017
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Revista Brasileira de Educação, Volume 22; https://doi.org/10.1590/s1413-24782017227151

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RESUMO Tecnologias de Informação e Comunicação (TICs) têm permitido que processos que dependiam da presença física de indivíduos ou objetos, em um mesmo lugar e tempo, ocorram sem esses limites. Dentre esses, o Processo Ensino-Aprendizagem (PEA) vem ganhando notoriedade, apesar de ainda persistirem dúvidas quando à adequação dessas tecnologias. Portanto, esta pesquisa teve o objetivo de identificar a relação entre requisitos de um processo e capacidades das TICs. Especificamente, foi estudada a adequação dos mundos virtuais à virtualização do PEA, com base na Teoria de Virtualização de Processo (TVP), por meio de evidências advindas de três cursos e analisadas por meio de técnicas de análise de conteúdo e escalonamento multidimensional. Isso resultou em um quadro sistematizado que permite entender o alinhamento entre TIC e requisitos de processo para a sua virtualização, evidenciando quais TICs têm viabilizado o desenvolvimento do PEA.
Prema Sankaran, Sankaran Bheeman, K. Hari Priya, , Raj Gururajan
Proceedings of the International Conference on Web Intelligence pp 1114-1121; https://doi.org/10.1145/3106426.3115865

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The emergence of knowledge-based economies has emphasised the importance of interactive knowledge management technologies, which have manifested themselves in the form of social networking tools. Organization's ability to leverage and manage the relevant knowledge is a sustainable strategic tool. This research focus on the ways in which social technologies facilitate knowledge sharing in the workplace. Findings uncovers key drivers of three dimensions of knowledge management, individual, organization and technology and suggest to connect them along with a knowledge process architecture for leveraging knowledge.
Vitor Fabian Brock,
Published: 10 July 2017
Journal of Big Data, Volume 4; https://doi.org/10.1186/s40537-017-0081-8

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Ever since the emergence of big data concept, researchers have started applying the concept to various fields and tried to assess the level of acceptance of it with renown models like technology acceptance model (TAM) and it variations. In this regard, this paper tries to look at the factors that associated with the usage of big data analytics, by synchronizing TAM with organizational learning capabilities (OLC) framework. These models are applied on the construct, intended usage of big data and also the mediation effect of the OLC constructs is assessed. The data for the study is collected from the students pertaining to information technology disciplines at University of Liverpool, online programme. Though, invitation to participate e-mails are sent to 1035 students, only 359 members responded back with filled questionnaires. This study uses structural equation modelling and multivariate regression using ordinary least squares estimation to test the proposed hypotheses using the latest statistical software R. It is proved from the analysis that compared to other models, model 4 (which is constructed by using the constructs of OLC and TAM frameworks) is able to explain 44% variation in the usage pattern of big data. In addition to this, the mediation test performed revealed that the interaction between OLC dimensions and TAM dimensions on intended usage of big data has no mediation effect. Thus, this work provided inputs to the research community to look into the relation between the constructs of OLC framework and the selection of big data technology.
Yu Wang, Tie-Nan Wang, Xin Li
Published: 5 June 2017
Chinese Management Studies, Volume 11, pp 194-208; https://doi.org/10.1108/cms-04-2016-0084

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Purpose R&D indicates absorptive capacity, which may affect IT payoff. The purpose of this paper is to examine how R&D investment affects the relation between IT investment and firm performance and under what circumstances R&D intensity is more beneficial to IT returns. Such study has been lacking in R&D research and IT payoff literature. Design/methodology/approach A conceptual model for linking IT investment, R&D investment, environmental dynamism and firm performance was developed and tested by data collected from Chinese listed firms from 2007 to 2013, using fixed effects regression model. Findings The results show positive moderating effects of firm R&D investment and government R&D subsidies on the relation between IT investment and firm performance. Furthermore, the impact of firm R&D investment on IT payoff is stronger for firms in more dynamic environments. The findings suggest that R&D investment creates additional business value through interactions with IT, and complementarities between R&D and IT, as manifested in their interaction effect on firm performance vary across industry sectors. Research limitations/implications This paper indicates the importance of complementarities between R&D and IT, which should prove helpful to researchers and practitioners engaged in Chinese business. Originality/value This paper presents one of the first attempts at examining the moderating effect of R&D investment on the relation between IT investment and firm performance. Especially this study helps to understand under what circumstances R&D investment is more or less likely to be beneficial to IT returns.
Waymond Rodgers, Grace N. Mubako, Laura Hall
Published: 1 May 2017
Computers in Human Behavior, Volume 70, pp 564-574; https://doi.org/10.1016/j.chb.2016.12.069

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, Loina Prifti, Victor Seifert, Matthias Utesch, Helmut Krcmar
2017 IEEE Global Engineering Education Conference (EDUCON) pp 189-198; https://doi.org/10.1109/educon.2017.7942846

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Programming has become a vital skill in today's society and economy. Therefore, it is important to teach programming in early stages of the education. Since learning how to program differs from other, more traditional courses in schools, an application oriented approach to teaching and learning is required. The playful approach, as a part of self-regulated personalized learning strategies, offers the possibility to engage students, and teach students how to program hands-on. In this paper, we investigate the success factors that need to be satisfied for an efficient course of teaching how to program with a playful approach. We conducted a literature review, evaluating and analyzing the academic contributions to this relatively new topic of edutainment in the last 10 years. Based on the literature review we were able to identify the success factors for teaching how to program with a playful approach: the motivation, the integration and involvement in class, the audience-centered focus, giving feedback and enhancing interaction, and the fluent integration of the educational content into the gameplay. The identification of these success factors allow educators in the future to structure and carry out a lecture, based on the playful learning technique.
Björn Steven Häckel, Andreas Lindermeir, Florian Moser, Stefan Pfosser
ACM SIGMIS Database: the DATABASE for Advances in Information Systems, Volume 48, pp 53-74; https://doi.org/10.1145/3051473.3051477

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Companies regularly have to decide whether, when, and to what extent to invest in IT innovations with different maturities. Together with mature IT innovations, companies should incorporate emerging IT innovations in their investment strategy. Emerging IT innovations have not yet been widely accepted. Thus, they are characterized by higher uncertainty about their future evolution but have potentially high long-term returns. To enable mindfulness in these decision-making processes, the literature emphasizes organizational learning through continuous engagement in IT innovations to enhance a company?s ability to understand, successfully adopt, and implement emerging IT innovations. IT innovation literature so far has focused on qualitative work, but lacks of quantitative models for the analysis of ex-ante investment decisions. Therefore, we develop a dynamic optimization model that determines the optimal allocation of an IT innovation budget to mature and emerging IT innovations, considering the impact of organizational learning. Based on our model, we examine relevant causal relationships by analyzing the influence of uncertainty, a company?s initial individual innovativeness, and the market?s average investment share on the optimal engagement. We find that companies should always invest at least a small portion of their budget in emerging IT innovations, regardless of their actual innovativeness. Our results offer new insights into the crucial determinants of investment decisions and provide the basis for future quantitative research on emerging IT innovations.
Published: 30 August 2016
Police Quarterly, Volume 20, pp 135-163; https://doi.org/10.1177/1098611116667279

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Technology has become a major source of expenditure and innovation in law enforcement and is assumed to hold great potential for enhancing police work. But does technology achieve these expectations? The current state of research on technology in policing is unclear about the links between technologies and outcomes such as work efficiencies, effectiveness in crime control, or improved police–community relationships. In this article, we present findings from a mixed-methods, multiagency study that examines factors that may mediate the connection between technology adoption and outcome effectiveness in policing. We find that police view technology through technological and organizational frames determined by traditional and reactive policing approaches. These frames may limit technology’s potential in the current reform era and cause unintended consequences.
Björn Häckel, Andreas Lindermeir, Florian Moser, Stefan Pfosser
International Journal of Innovation and Technology Management, Volume 13; https://doi.org/10.1142/s0219877016500152

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Published: 9 May 2016
Journal of Knowledge Management, Volume 20, pp 444-464; https://doi.org/10.1108/jkm-05-2015-0203

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Purpose Despite the positive effects of customer capital (CC), questions remain over how managers enable CC growth by applying their skills and capabilities through managerial actions and strategies, such as developing information technology (IT) capability, fostering relationship learning (RL) activities and developing green innovation performance (GIP) with clients. These questions are especially pertinent in small and medium-sized enterprises and automotive industry companies that operate through supply chains, where knowledge about customers is likely to result from personal contact between customers and organisational members. The purpose of this paper is to analyse the extent to which these managerial actions were more likely to lead to the successful creation of CC. Design/methodology/approach Using the partial least squares technique, this paper studies how these three managerial actions impact on CC. To do so, data from 140 companies in the Spanish automotive components manufacturing sector have been used. Findings The findings support the influence of RL on both GIP and CC. RL is a key managerial action in exploiting customer information and knowledge advantages, enabling firms to structure and reconfigure resources to produce new ways to compete and to satisfy stakeholders. In addition, results show that GIP is a determinant of CC because of its contribution to achieving sustainable competitive advantage, with GIP performing a mediating role in the relationship between RL and CC. A second contribution shows that IT is not in itself able to yield a competitive advantage, thereby validating the existence of complementary or co-focused strategic assets such as RL and GIP, which enhance IT’s influence on CC. Research limitations/implications The authors were unable to explore the subtleties of the processes over time. Future research should include a longitudinal study. Practical implications This study considers RL an essential factor in achieving both GIP and CC. Consequently, managers should seek to build strong RL cultures. In addition, this study shows that IT is not in itself able to yield a competitive advantage, thereby validating the existence of complementary or co-focused strategic assets such as RL and GIP. Originality/value No study has ever examined these three antecedent variables (IT, RL and GIP) together, with the aim to examine their effects on CC.
Nilesh Saraf, Srabana Dasgupta, Vallabh Sambamurthy
Published: 12 February 2016
SSRN Electronic Journal; https://doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.2731836

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, Isabela Dos Santos Paes
Published: 8 February 2016
Society and Business Review, Volume 11, pp 80-92; https://doi.org/10.1108/sbr-10-2015-0059

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Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to show what we can learn from an aesthetics perspective on organizational learning, and especially about some power dynamics unseeable with other perspectives. Design/methodology/approach – An exploratory ethnographic study based on the turn-to-affect on the case of a theatre play in which many of the bearings that usually guide theatrical creation were removed. Findings – Analysis highlights that an a priori distribution of the sensible that locks routines, representations and roles is seldom questioned in organizational learning programs; the motion enabling organizational learning is less likely to be brought about by a change in power distribution than with the removal of some elements of power that freeze situations; organizational learning diffusion does not only go through norms, rules, values and repositories, but also through affects; and learning runs through a fragile communication of movements, always under the threat of becoming major knowledge and power distribution. Research limitations/implications – This paper is based on a single case. Practical implications – A too tight and close management of organizational learning is likely to thwart and limit its very learning possibilities. Originality/value – Several findings are in contradiction to technological or too managerial approaches to organizational learning. The study hopes to contribute by providing a supplement of complexity in our analysis of organizational learning, notably advocating for taking into account the role of affects, sensibility and the politics of aesthetics.
, Roger Burritt, Dimitar Zvezdov, ,
Published: 14 December 2015
Australian Accounting Review, Volume 25, pp 328-345; https://doi.org/10.1111/auar.12102

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, Jordan Everson, Shoou-Yih D. Lee
Published: 16 October 2015
Health Services Research, Volume 50, pp 1751-1771; https://doi.org/10.1111/1475-6773.12406

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Per Lenberg, , Lars Göran Wallgren
Published: 1 September 2015
Journal of Systems and Software, Volume 107, pp 15-37; https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jss.2015.04.084

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Michael T. Lee, Sally K. Widener
Journal of Information Systems, Volume 30, pp 1-31; https://doi.org/10.2308/isys-51298

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Accounting researchers are becoming increasingly interested in the performance effects of business intelligence (BI) systems in their role as management control systems. Extant research focuses on the performance effects of adopting and implementing such systems. However, there is less known about how organizations use the information in BI systems for management control once implemented, and whether the use of this information translates into organizational performance. We utilize the theoretical connection between information systems and organizational learning to explain the performance effects of BI system use through organizational learning. Evidence from recent literature indicates the need for organizations to engage in exploitation and exploration learning in pursuit of organizational ambidexterity. Our study draws on agenda setting and framing theories to provide insights that will enable organizations to strategically use the information in two fundamental BI systems to emphasize either or both modes of learning. Subsequently, we examine whether the two modes of learning translate into performance.
Abedelkader Bassam Alkofahi, Muhamad Ayman Bin Jamaludin, Lynn-Sze Ng
2015 International Conference on Research and Education in Mathematics (ICREM7) pp 142-146; https://doi.org/10.1109/icrem.2015.7357042

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Teachers need to develop alternative teaching approaches and innovative learning for effective math education. Consequently, the purpose of this study is to examine the effectiveness of 2D and 3D animation in improvement of mathematics education among first-grade students, also compare between 2D and 3D animation. The experimental study conducted in a primary schools in Jordan. The researcher conducted teaching via animation with two different groups of students (i) first group (N=57) taught by using 2D animation (ii) another group (N=57) was taught the same lesson by using 3D animation. Pre-test and post-test were done before and after learning process. The results show there was a significant difference between the mean pre-test (8.93 ± 3.723) and post-test (13.77±3.766) in the 3D animation group and the mean pretest (8.40± 3.400) and post-test (10.73 ±3.34) in the 2D animation group. Consequently, using 3D animation in teaching is better than 2D animation.
Gloria Phillips-Wren, Angela Hoskisson
Published: 2 January 2015
Journal of Decision Systems, Volume 24, pp 87-102; https://doi.org/10.1080/12460125.2015.994333

David Arnott, Graham Pervan
Formulating Research Methods for Information Systems pp 127-168; https://doi.org/10.1057/9781137509888_5

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Linda Drupsteen,
Published: 1 January 2015
Safety Science, Volume 71, pp 28-38; https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ssci.2014.02.024

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, , Fiona Rohde
Journal of Information Systems, Volume 29, pp 71-106; https://doi.org/10.2308/isys-50996

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Multiple discourses are critical in determining the success of information technology (IT) diffusion. Since its inception, such discourses also appear in the eXtensible Business Reporting Language (XBRL) diffusion sphere. To help explain XBRL diffusion, we explore the discourses relative to XBRL in social media. A case study with text mining and content analysis was conducted to address three research questions covering community discourses, polarity of viewpoint, and learning surrounding XBRL in social media. Our sample data consisted of members' posts and comments in LinkedIn XBRL groups over the period 2010 to 2013. Our analysis finds that XBRL discourses in social media have largely revolved around the dissemination of XBRL information to raise awareness among potential adopters (i.e., theorization) and to properly implement XBRL (i.e., translation). Our findings indicate that XBRL's theorization is not in doubt, while XBRL's translation remains challenging. Professionals generally view XBRL positively. Those who view XBRL less favorably are more likely to be skeptical rather than dismissive. We also observe that social media like LinkedIn is a relevant channel for communities to learn about XBRL. We discuss the findings and include several insights and implications that may be useful in augmenting the future of XBRL.
, Riitta Hekkala, Mike Newman, Merja Eklin
Published: 13 August 2014
Progress in IS pp 187-222; https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-662-43820-6_8

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