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Information Technology Enabled Organizational Transformation: Toward an Integrative Theoretical Framework

Kyung Jin Cha, Joon Seub Cha
2014 International Journal of Multimedia and Ubiquitous Engineering  
Several models have been developed in the literature to facilitate understanding of the process by how information technology enables fundamental organizational transformation.  ...  Information Technology enabled Organizational Transformation (ITOT) persists as an important issue for researchers and practitioner of information systems.  ...  Her current research interests include organizational aspects of IT, IT value measure, smarwork and data mining.  ... 
doi:10.14257/ijmue.2014.9.2.11 fatcat:qibnxstjnndrtd3zv54bs7ntmm

Technology Transfer Versus Transformation

2017 Journal of Strategic Innovation and Sustainability  
The readiness of technology adopters to embrace the change brought about by a technology is a key element in the adoption and subsequent ubiquity of a technology.  ...  TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER VERSUS TRANSFORMATION As a young engineer, Guglielmo Marconi eventually succeeded in making a bell ring by wireless remote control.  ...  A historical review of transfer versus transformation allows for thinking differently about technology adoption.  ... 
doi:10.33423/jsis.v12i2.803 fatcat:rqbbnmviw5hntejvmx6rc6pyd4

MONITORING AND PREDICTING SLOPE INSTABILITY: A REVIEW OF CURRENT PRACTICES FROM A MINING PERSPECTIVE

Upasna P. Chandarana .
2016 International Journal of Research in Engineering and Technology  
Mining companies routinely use deformation monitoring to manage the geotechnical risk associated with the mining process. The aim of this paper is to review the geotechnical risk management process.  ...  Geotechnical failure occurs when there is a combination of exceptionally large forces acting on a structure and/or low material strength resulting in the structure not withstanding a designed service load  ...  As new technologies emerge and are adopted in a timely manner the number of fatalities and accident will be reduced. [35] [36] [37] [38] [39] [40] [41] [42] [43] [44] [45] [46] [47] [48] .  ... 
doi:10.15623/ijret.2016.0511026 fatcat:q4x6kljtcbhxpioqrav2abj4pq

Integrating information technologies and knowledge-based systems: a theoretical approach in action for enhancements in production and inventory control

Pedro Reyes, Mahesh S. Raisinghani
2002 Knowledge and Process Management  
The heightened focus of global competition has increased the necessity of manufacturing in combination with information technologies to continuously improve production flexibility and product quality,  ...  Of the most popular new technologies for supporting production and inventory control (PIC) are solver technologies, intelligent decision support systems, and knowledge-based systems.  ...  caters to the critical issues of organizational adoption, survival, and competence in the face of increasingly discontinuous environmental change.  ... 
doi:10.1002/kpm.153 fatcat:nbnf4nnmyrf5db5a5m3fykrik4

Digital platform-based ecosystems: The evolution of collaboration and competition between incumbent producers and entrant platforms

Alessio Cozzolino, Leonardo Corbo, Paolo Aversa
2021 Journal of Business Research  
Our analysis reveals a process characterized by three sequential phases: (1) selective cooperation, (2) allied competition, and (3) selective coopetition.  ...  Those phases show how switching between different multi-level strategies spanning market segments, products, and technological components represents a viable solution for incumbent producers adapting in  ...  We acknowledge the financial support of University College Dublin and the support of the Cass Business Models and Technology and Digital Leadership Research Centers.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jbusres.2020.12.058 fatcat:nfmslrhzg5dizkm77d2ma4q62m

The Trajectory of IT in Healthcare at HICSS: A Literature Review, Analysis, and Future Directions

Bahae Samhan, Tara Crampton, Regina Ruane
2018 Communications of the Association for Information Systems  
Research has extensively demonstrated that healthcare industry has rapidly implemented and adopted information technology in recent years.  ...  Research in health information technology (HIT), which represents a major component of the Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, demonstrates similar findings.  ...  Similarly, Farzan and Jonassaint (2017) explored the dynamics of a health support group over Facebook.  ... 
doi:10.17705/1cais.04341 fatcat:3jpfocjqqfd27i2rxxg7huq5cu

Important shades in the meaning of military culture – an etymological study

Kiril Dimitrov
2021 Zenodo  
Furthermore, text mining was performed in the bodies of deliberately selected publications in order to explore the contemporary tendencies in developing of the professional language in this sphere.  ...  An etymological study is conducted, based on a literature review of academic publications in the sphere of military culture.  ...  mining process.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.4732935 fatcat:vuplgapnhjbgdpw7laodro2bem

A longitudinal study of the indicators and factors for successful six sigma deployment in the South African mining industry

AL Keeley, CC Van Waveren, K-Y Chan
2013 South African Journal of Industrial Engineering  
This paper reports a longitudinal study of a set of indicators and success factors for Six Sigma deployment, using Lonmin PLC, a mining company in South Africa, as a case.  ...  The results suggest a shift of indicators from heartfelt personal involvement in 2006 to a mechanistic performance-based culture in 2010.  ...  Make strategy a continual process 5.  ... 
doi:10.7166/24-1-654 fatcat:waheh2xdcfd35l76w4q56rg6be

Data Warehousing and Decision Support System Effectiveness Demonstrated in Service Recovery During COVID19 Health Pandemic

Romona M. Harris
2020 2020 14th International Conference on Open Source Systems and Technologies (ICOSST)  
DW and DSS are not new technology capabilities for businesses. The Data Warehouses in their original design in 1992 were adopted to remain sustainable long term.  ...  Both profit and non-profit organizations have implemented Service Recovery strategies to have continued good customer retention.  ...  The DBA also monitors the data coming to the data warehouse from external sources from a technological capacity perspective.  ... 
doi:10.1109/icosst51357.2020.9333019 fatcat:osr5kplvdnhnxbh6rdh643a7ha

A Novel Ionic Exchange Membrane Crystallizer to Recover Magnesium Hydroxide from Seawater and Industrial Brines

Daniele La Corte, Fabrizio Vassallo, Andrea Cipollina, Marian Turek, Alessandro Tamburini, Giorgio Micale
2020 Membranes  
The CrIEM was tested in a feed and bleed modality in order to operate in a continuous mode. The Mg2+ concentration in the feed solutions ranges from 0.7 to 3.2 g/L.  ...  A novel technology, the ion exchange membrane crystallizer (CrIEM), that combines reactive and membrane crystallization, was investigated in order to recover high purity magnesium hydroxide from multi-component  ...  Moreover, as technological developments and spin-off ideas, the use of cleaning ball strategies to minimise fouling in continuous operation and the adoption of active ED with bipolar membranes for the  ... 
doi:10.3390/membranes10110303 pmid:33114305 fatcat:fsoi4zxlpfdfdn2i7z7ystk4my

Breathing Room in Monitored Space: The Impact of Passive Monitoring Technology on Privacy in Independent Living

Clara Berridge
2015 The gerontologist  
A new conceptualization of privacy provides a framework for a constructive analysis of the study's findings with practical implications.  ...  They chose not to disclose to residents their reason for following up on system-generated alerts for 2 reasons: concern that feelings of privacy invasion may arise and cause dissatisfaction with the technology  ...  Privacy in Practice Residents who did not adopt the technology (98%) or who discontinued it (20% of users) felt it was intrusive and a threat to their privacy, whereas residents who adopted and kept it  ... 
doi:10.1093/geront/gnv034 pmid:26035900 fatcat:ke5mzhokbjakpp2dz2p3uiyxki

2020 Index IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management Vol. 67

2020 IEEE transactions on engineering management  
., see Asgary, A.,  ...  Rehman, M.H.u., +, TEM Nov. 2020 1196-1212 Technology management Disruption Versus Discontinuity: Definition and Research Perspective From Behavioral Economics.  ...  Rehman, M.H.u., +, TEM Disruption Versus Discontinuity: Definition and Research Perspective From Behavioral Economics.  ... 
doi:10.1109/tem.2020.3039440 fatcat:3iwcpdzopnaixfohkkxtgycz7y

Integrating Industrial Ecology Thinking into the Management of Mining Waste

Éléonore Lèbre, Glen Corder
2015 Resources  
The most serious environmental problem associated with mine waste is heavy metals and acid leakage through a phenomenon called acid mine drainage (AMD).  ...  Interestingly, the toxicity of this leakage is partly due to the presence of valuable metals in the waste stream as a result of a diversity of factors influencing mining operations.  ...  Organisation); University of Technology, Sydney; The University of Queensland, Swinburne University of Technology, Monash University and Yale University.  ... 
doi:10.3390/resources4040765 fatcat:qqpe55i7szbv7ky4z3gsajyqo4

In Situ Resource Recovery from Waste Repositories: Exploring the Potential for Mobilization and Capture of Metals from Anthropogenic Ores

Devin Sapsford, Peter Cleall, Michael Harbottle
2016 Journal of Sustainable Metallurgy  
This paper presents a synthesis of concepts concerning in situ technologies (developed from mining and contaminated land remediation industries) that have enormous potential for application to technospheric  ...  It is clear that in situ recovery of metals from anthropogenic ores is a novel technology area that links new sustainable remediation approaches for contaminated materials and technospheric mining for  ...  Toward Application Technology Readiness Levels In recent years, Technology Readiness Levels (TRLs) have been adopted by policy makers, scientists, and engineers in a number of areas as a way of quantifying  ... 
doi:10.1007/s40831-016-0102-4 fatcat:c7jacwclbbgbze6gbjgenbgby4

The Contract as Social Artifact

Mark C. Suchman
2003 Law & society review  
Technological discontinuity.  ...  These continuities and discontinuities are themselves social facts worthy of explanation.  ... 
doi:10.1111/1540-5893.3701003 fatcat:xywz63bmtza4fkmkbdxujaelcq
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