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Bower, J. L., & Gilbert, C. G. (2007). How managers’ everyday decisions create or destroy your company’s strategy. Harvard Business Review, 85(2), 72–79.
Fichman, R. G., & Kemerer, C. F. (1999). The illusory diffusion of innovation: An examination of assimilation gaps. Information Systems Research, 10(3), 255–275.
Jennex, M. E. (2005). End-user system development: Lessons from a case study of IT usage in an engineering organization. Journal of Cases on Information Technology, 7(2), 67–81.
Linck, J. S., Netter, J. M., & Yang, T. (2007). The effects and unintended consequences of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act, and its era, on the supply and demand for directors. Review of Financial Studies, 22, 3287–3328.
Ngwenyama, O. K., & Lee, A. S. (1997). Communication richness in electronic mail: Critical social theory and the contextuality of meaning. MIS Quarterly, 21(2), 145–167.
Orlikowski, W. J. (1992). The duality of technology: Rethinking the concept of technology in organizations. Organization Science, 3(3), 398–427.
Orlov, L. (2008, March 5). Why IT management frameworks don’t guarantee IT success. CIO Magazine. Link available in the Weeks 5-6 Resources section of the classroom.
Poon, P. P., & Wagner, C. (2001). Critical success factors revisited: Success and failure cases of information systems for senior executives. Decision Support Systems, 30(4), 393–418. Link available in the Weeks 3-4 Resources section of the classroom.
Porter, M. (n.d.). Porter’s five forces: A model for industry analysis. In Quick MBA. Link available in the Weeks 1-2 Resources section of the classroom.
Schneier, B. (2008, May 26). How to sell security. CIO Magazine. Link available in the Weeks 5-6 Resources section of the classroom.
Van Grembergen, W. (2003) The balanced scorecard and IT governance. Information Systems Control Journal. Link available in the Weeks 1-2 Resources section of the classroom.
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