Neil F. Doherty

According to our database1, Neil F. Doherty authored at least 50 papers between 1994 and 2018.

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  • Dijkstra number2 of five.
  • Erdős number3 of four.

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2018
Towards a user-centric theory of value-driven information security compliance.
IT & People, 2018

2017
The rhetoric of "knowledge hoarding": a research-based critique.
J. Knowledge Management, 2017

2016
Re-envisioning the role of benefits realisation in a world dominated by robots.
Proceedings of the Tenth IEEE International Conference on Research Challenges in Information Science, 2016

The Realization of Public Value through E-government: a Structuration Perspective.
Proceedings of the International Conference on Information Systems, 2016

2015
Operational research from Taylorism to Terabytes: A research agenda for the analytics age.
European Journal of Operational Research, 2015

Towards Benefit Orientated Business Process Modelling: A Canonical Action Research Study.
Proceedings of the UKAIS 2015, 2015

Assessing Individual Benefits Realization Capability: an IT Culture Perspective.
Proceedings of the International Conference on Information Systems, 2015

Exploiting Benefits from IS/IT Investments: An IT Culture Perspective.
Proceedings of the 23rd European Conference on Information Systems, 2015

2014
Critical Theory as an Approach to the Ethics of Information Security.
Science and Engineering Ethics, 2014

Knowledge sharing using IT service management tools: conflicting discourses and incompatible practices.
Inf. Syst. J., 2014

Uncovering Business Benefits From Regulatory Compliance Systems.
Proceedings of the UKAIS 2014, 2014

Benefits-Led IT: Building The Organisational Capability - A Longitudinal Perspective.
Proceedings of the UKAIS 2014, 2014

Re-Conceptualization of Tailoring Types and their Impacts: a Perspective for Contemporary ERP Systems.
Proceedings of the 8th Mediterranean Conference on Information Systems, 2014

Use of ERP Systems: a Social shaping Perspective.
Proceedings of the 8th Mediterranean Conference on Information Systems, 2014

2013
Improving competitive positioning through complementary organisational resources.
Industrial Management and Data Systems, 2013

From IT Development to IT Exploitation - Shifting the Research Agenda.
Proceedings of the UKAIS 2013, 2013

IT Exploitation Through Business Transformation: Experiences and Implications.
Proceedings of the Transforming Field and Service Operations, 2013

Measuring and Managing the Benefits from IT Projects: A Review and Research Agenda.
Proceedings of the Transforming Field and Service Operations, 2013

2012
Factors affecting the successful realisation of benefits from systems development projects: findings from three case studies.
JIT, 2012

Information security policies in the UK healthcare sector: a critical evaluation.
Inf. Syst. J., 2012

Benefits Realization from ERP Systems: the Role of Customization.
Proceedings of the 20th European Conference on Information Systems, 2012

The realisation of Benefits from IT Projects: Does Practice makes Perfect?
Proceedings of the CONF-IRM 2012, 2012

2011
Reinforcing the security of corporate information resources: A critical review of the role of the acceptable use policy.
Int J. Information Management, 2011

2010
An holistic approach to understanding the changing nature of organisational structure.
IT & People, 2010

Exploring the Uptake and Application of Electronic Procurement to Central and Local Government.
Proceedings of the Fourth IEEE International Conference on Research Challenges in Information Science, 2010

2009
The role of IS capabilities in delivering sustainable improvements to competitive positioning.
J. Strategic Inf. Sys., 2009

The information security policy unpacked: A critical study of the content of university policies.
Int J. Information Management, 2009

2008
Improving the impact of IT development projects: the benefits realization capability model.
EJIS, 2008

2007
Information Security Policy Research Agenda.
Proceedings of the Encyclopedia of Information Ethics and Security, 2007

2006
A re-conceptualization of the interpretive flexibility of information technologies: redressing the balance between the social and the technical.
EJIS, 2006

Aligning the information security policy with the strategic information systems plan.
Computers & Security, 2006

2005
Do Information Security Policies Reduce the Incidence of Security Breaches: An Exploratory Analysis.
IRMJ, 2005

From technical to socio-technical change: tackling the human and organizational aspects of systems development projects.
EJIS, 2005

Managing the Organisational Impacts of Information Systems.
Proceedings of the Encyclopedia of Information Science and Technology (5 Volumes), 2005

2003
An analysis of the anticipated cultural impacts of the implementation of data warehouses.
IEEE Trans. Engineering Management, 2003

The relationship between retailers' targeting and e-commerce strategies: an empirical analysis.
Internet Research, 2003

The application of information security policies in large UK-based organizations: an exploratory investigation.
Inf. Manag. Comput. Security, 2003

The impact of inadequacies in the treatment of organizational issues on information systems development projects.
Information & Management, 2003

2002
The stakeholder dimension in information systems evaluation.
JIT, 2002

2001
The Importance of User Ownership and Positive User Attitudes in the Successful Adoption of Community Information Systems.
JOEUC, 2001

An investigation of the factors affecting the successful treatment of organisational issues in systems development projects.
EJIS, 2001

An In-Depth Investigation into the Impact of Information Quality Upon the Perceived Value of Information.
Proceedings of the Sixth Conference on Information Quality (IQ 2001), 2001

1999
The relative success of alternative approaches to strategic information systems planning: an empirical analysis.
J. Strategic Inf. Sys., 1999

The uptake and application of work flow management systems in the UK financial services sector.
JIT, 1999

A Statistical Evaluation of Earl's Five Approaches to Strategic Information Systems Planning.
Proceedings of the Seventh European Conference on Information Systems, 1999

1998
The importance of organisational issues in systems development.
IT & People, 1998

The consideration of organizational issues during the systems development process: An empirical analysis.
Behaviour & IT, 1998

The uptake and application of workflow management systems in the UK financial services sector.
Proceedings of the Sixth European Conference on Information Systems, 1998

1995
Marketing development in the public library sector: an empirical analysis.
J. Inf. Sci., 1995

1994
MIDAS: an application of model-based reasoning for the diagnosis of hydraulic systems.
Knowl.-Based Syst., 1994


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