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Facilitating Interorganizational Learning with Information Technology

2000 Journal of Management Information Systems  
Based on developing trust, an engineering community-of-learning encourages further interorganizational collabo- ration, such as product co-design, and IOL.  ...  For example, Quantum engineers adjust their designs based on feedback from MKE on manufacturability.  ... 
doi:10.1080/07421222.2000.11045648 fatcat:7gnmexk3ajfwdpkzg6gkz5lh7a

Process ownership challenges in IT-enabled transformation of interorganizational business processes

M.H. Larsen, R. Klischewski
2004 37th Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, 2004. Proceedings of the  
Analyzing the case form the process ownership perspective reveals that the proposed shift of focus is indeed applicable and how neglecting these new challenges are a barrier for successful transformation  ...  the changing role from intraorganizational issues to interorganizational issues.  ...  Moorman [41] regards trust in two distinct ways. Trust may be viewed as belief or expectation about a partner's trustworthiness based on experience, reliability, or intentionality.  ... 
doi:10.1109/hicss.2004.1265612 dblp:conf/hicss/LarsenK04 fatcat:agz5gge3n5bkrggoci3rvl6hxm

Complementarity Between Formal and Relational Governance Mechanisms in Inter-organizational Networks: Combining Resource-Based and Relational Governance Perspectives [chapter]

Tugba Gurcaylilar-Yenidogan, Josef Windsperger
2014 Interfirm Networks  
interorganizational networks (  ...  Previous research has mainly focused on the transaction cost view of governance which argues that formal and relational governance mechanisms in interorganizational networks are substitutes.  ...  Overall, we can conclude that this study extends the work on formal governance and trust in interorganizational networks by presenting an integrative model which combines resource-based and relational  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-10184-2_12 fatcat:woorjciiw5fazjyj2w3f6mdyum

Process Innovation Costs in Supply Networks: A Synthesis

Raluca Bunduchi, Alison U. Smart
2010 International Journal of Management Reviews  
Based on a review of innovation literature in the area of information systems this paper develops an integrative framework of interorganizational process innovation costs.  ...  This paper provides a synthesis of the literature on the costs incurred by organizations that develop, adopt, and use interorganizational process innovations in supply networks.  ...  Similar results have been reported for the adoption of Internet-based interorganizational innovations for use where trust exists between organizations (Soliman and Janz 2004) .  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1468-2370.2009.00269.x fatcat:dswbxitr65bnjj2dlgrnmbf63y

Interorganizational Process Execution Beyond Ethereum: Road to a Special Purpose Ecosystem

Christian Sturm, Stefan Jablonski
2020 The Practice of Enterprise Modeling  
The automation of interorganizational processes crossing enterprise boundaries requires a consideration of additional issues like the lack of trust among them.  ...  An analysis of these components w.r.t. non-functional requirements shows discrepancies between the BPM world and Ethereum and highlights the necessity for tailored designed solutions.  ...  Global monitoring of the process' progress or trust between participants and a tamper-protected data storage are requirements for feasible interorganizational process management [16] .  ... 
dblp:conf/ifip8-1/0002J20 fatcat:trwgipcmvvb7nk6gaoqa57utqm

Value creation methods in a network approach. A case study of global engineering service providers

Jerzy Niemczyk, Małgorzata Nowakowska-Cicio
2021 Informatyka Ekonomiczna  
The study used a critical analysis of the relevant literature, desk research, and the author's own analytical tools for measuring the value generated in interorganizational networks.  ...  The purpose of this study is to indicate the methods of identifying sources of value in a sample of four organizations which are global engineering service providers operating in the form of an interorganizational  ...  in organizations which are global engineering service providers operating in the form of an interorganizational network.  ... 
doi:10.15611/ie.2021.1.06 fatcat:h3eigsszzzgdrid4k2u7qyqwgq


Mohammed Belal UDDIN
2012 Management & Marketing  
The three commonly used theoretical models such as social network theory, learning theory, and theory of strategic choice are more relevant for the formation and management of interlocking directorates  ...  Uncertainty, resource scarcity, mutual trust, dependency, etc. influence the formation of interlocking directorates.  ...  Learning requires communication and an open communication has been consistently cited as important for sharing information and enhancing learning, which are required for firms to adopt innovative business  ... 
doaj:9d2ddd2a560d419abe94e21ddb46dfee fatcat:assu3lambzb67adeuiggyfduna

The evolution of interorganizational relationships in emerging ventures: An ethnographic study within the new product development process

Tucker J. Marion, Kimberly A. Eddleston, John H. Friar, David Deeds
2015 Journal of Business Venturing  
Drawing on fourteen longitudinal case studies, this article begins to fill that gap by examining how emerging ventures use interorganizational relationships to discover, develop, and commercialize new  ...  Garry Bruton for their support and guidance in developing this article. We would also like to thank the reviewers for their excellent insight during the review process.  ...  , we also found that for some ventures socioemotional bonds began to substitute for competence-based trust.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jbusvent.2014.07.003 fatcat:wjuiahjc7jfipdbxi6zvvcr5iq

Technological Embeddedness of Inter-organizational Collaboration Processes [chapter]

Katharina Cepa, Henri Schildt
2019 Research in the Sociology of Organizations  
This greater use of controls for monitoring also challenges the development of goodwill-based trust.  ...  Yet, collaboration often requires leeway and discretion because not all tasks and processes can be defined a priori. For this reason, organizations need to be able to trust their partners.  ... 
doi:10.1108/s0733-558x20190000064007 fatcat:uttphpjjhbgprpgtjtjfusndwu

Collaborations in Routine Emergency Management: Lessons from Sweden

Jörgen Sparf, Evangelia Petridou
2018 Procedia Engineering  
What is more, we view the Collaboration Cluster as a network at the operative level and for this reason we employ formal Social Network Analysis (SNA) to tease out network variables that have an effect  ...  What is more, we view the Collaboration Cluster as a network at the operative level and for this reason we employ formal Social Network Analysis (SNA) to tease out network variables that have an effect  ...  The study is innovative for two reasons: first, it envisions the collaboration as a network [9, 10, 11] , which allows for the examination of the flow of information, trust, and personal connections through  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.proeng.2018.01.039 fatcat:ymt4ydhbibgnhbw7rcuqyb5w6m

A Framework For Identifying The Critical Factors Affecting The Decision To Adopt And Use Inter-Organizational Information Systems

K. Bouchbout, Z. Alimazighi
2008 Zenodo  
We obtain findings that suggested that there are five groups of factors that significantly affect the adoption and use decision of IOS in the Supply Chain Management (SCM) context: 1) interorganizational  ...  Interorganizational trust has been emphasized to be important for success of interorganizational transactions, partnerships and other types of IOR due to various factors such as the increasing uncertainty  ...  Interorganizational trust is a party's willingness to be vulnerable to another party based on the belief that the latter party is competent, open, concerned and reliable.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1057865 fatcat:fdxib5agozdtlc5jaf4nfohkxe

Interorganizational Business Capability Maps: Use Cases for Horizontal Collaboration

Fatih Yilmaz, Oliver Schmidt, Florian Matthes
2021 Americas Conference on Information Systems  
By conducting a multiple case study, we present 19 use cases for interorganizational business capability maps (BCM) in horizontally collaborating organizations.  ...  Further, we map these to common challenges in interorganizational enterprise architecture (EA) collaborations, which we identified in the literature and evaluated in case studies.  ...  Bakhtiyari et al. (2015) present a capability-based approach for enterprise architecture to plan business networks.  ... 
dblp:conf/amcis/YilmazSM21 fatcat:jiz4pqqbdfhzbp5mysgjccd6jm

Challenges for implementing collaborative practices in industrial engineering projects

Tommi Pauna, Hannele Lampela, Kirsi Aaltonen, Jaakko Kujala
2021 Project Leadership and Society  
Recently, they have been successfully applied in the context of construction and infrastructure projects but their application in industrial engineering project context has been limited.  ...  Collaborative practices have a potential to improve project performance and identified challenges should be taken into account when implementing collaboration in industrial engineering projects.  ...  Acknowledgement The authors would like to thank the company representatives and other interviewees for participating the research project.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.plas.2021.100029 fatcat:dhs37tdkbfbsxmfpdfta3pjuou

A Systematic Literature Mapping on Interorganizational Information Systems

Bruna Diirr, Gleison Santos
2019 Americas Conference on Information Systems  
Organizations should consider many factors, but appropriate methods, techniques and tools that support these organizations to identify what is relevant and necessary for the partnership are still required  ...  The present research explores the ICT support to interorganizational relationships.  ...  et al. 2011 ); (f) information disclosure for trust building (Badr et al. 2011; Paszkiewicz and Cellary 2012) .  ... 
dblp:conf/amcis/DiirrS19 fatcat:hew6v7qw3rfevahkdzhqamobfi

Establishing Governance Structures for Analytics-Driven Interorganizational Data Sharing Networks - Designing a Framework Based on a Qualitative Study

Thomas Rupek
2021 Lernen, Wissen, Daten, Analysen  
The concept of interorganizational Data Sharing in analytical applications has various benefits, especially for small and medium-sized enterprises.  ...  With the access to a broader data base, a higher data generation rate and the possible utilization of new types of data from other organizations, analytical models can be improved and new services can  ...  that require (internal) data from network partners [11, 13, 20, 25] .  ... 
dblp:conf/lwa/Rupek21 fatcat:s5nfzqykwfcdxeb6jnicfoahra
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