Cork University Business School - Conference Items

Cork University Business School - Conference Items

 

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  • Treacy, Stephen; Feller, Joseph; O'Flaherty, Brian; Nagle, Tadhg (AIS Electronic Library (AISeL), 2017)
    Competitive market innovation contest platforms are increasingly used by businesses to identify new products or services to offer their customer base; yet, the degree to which social capital has been explored within these ...
  • McCarthy, Jonathan; Sammon, David; Murphy, Ciaran (AIS Electronic Library (AISeL), 2017)
    Student retention is important to all Higher Education Institutions. This has driven considerable research and focus, much of which concluded that each institution must define those factors by which it can identify student ...
  • McAvoy, John; Butler, Tom (Association for Information Systems, 2017-06)
    While the discussion in the IS research community has moved from describing critical realism as simply a compromise philosophy between positivists and interpretivists to its acceptance in its own right, it is still lacking ...
  • Russell, Kenneth D.; O'Raghallaigh, Paidi; O'Reilly, Philip; Hayes, Jeremy (Irish Academy of Management, 2018-09)
    With digital disruption comes an emphasis on the importance of organisation alignment, especially prior to any proposed digital transformation (DT). Analysts project that over 70% of the $1.3trillion annual spend on DT ...
  • Russell, Kenneth D.; O'Raghallaigh, Paidi; O'Reilly, Philip; Hayes, Jeremy (Association for Information Systems, 2018-08-16)
    The art and science of successful digital transformation lies in the organization’s ability to implement change at pace, across people, processes, and platforms. While many enterprises begin with brave ambitions, just a ...

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