Peter Kawalek

According to our database1, Peter Kawalek authored at least 42 papers between 1992 and 2015.

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

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2015
Improving IT assessment with IT artifact affordance perception priming.
Int. J. Accounting Inf. Systems, 2015

2014
IT artifact bias: How exogenous predilections influence organizational information system paradigms.
Int J. Information Management, 2014

2012
Enterprise applications diffusion within organizations: A social learning perspective.
Information & Management, 2012

2009
Predicting SMEs' adoption of enterprise systems.
J. Enterprise Inf. Management, 2009

Information Systems Innovations Adoption and Diffusion Among SMEs: Current Status and Future Prospects.
IJEA, 2009

2008
Predicting SMEs Willingness to Adopt ERP, CRM, SCM & E-Procurement Systems.
Proceedings of the 16th European Conference on Information Systems, 2008

The Diffusion of Enterprise Systems Within Organizations: A Social Learning Theory Perspective.
Proceedings of the 16th European Conference on Information Systems, 2008

2007
On the architecture and form of flexible process support.
Software Process: Improvement and Practice, 2007

Pursuing Radical Transformation in Information Age Government: Case Studies Using the SPRINT Methodology.
IJEGR, 2007

Elements of a business process management system: theory and practice.
Business Proc. Manag. Journal, 2007

SME Adoption of Enterprise Systems in the Northwest of England - An Environmental, Technological, and Organizational Perspective.
Proceedings of the Organizational Dynamics of Technology-Based Innovation: Diversifying the Research Agenda, 2007

2006
Electronic Commerce Strategy in the UK Electricity Industry: The Case of Electric Co and Dataflow Software.
IJTHI, 2006

The Rise of the Phoenix: Methodological Innovation as a Discourse of Renewal.
Proceedings of the Transfer and Diffusion of Information Technology for Organizational Resilience, 2006

2005
Pursuing Radical Transformation in Information Age Government: Case Studies Using the SPRINT Methodology.
JGIM, 2005

BP's multi-enterprise asset management system.
Information & Software Technology, 2005

Embedding the Enterprise System into the Enterprise: A Model of Corporate Diffusion.
CAIS, 2005

2004
The viable systems model applied to a smart network: the case of the UK electricity market.
JIT, 2004

Information systems and partnership in multi-agency networks: an action research project in crime reduction.
Information and Organization, 2004

Building Capacity for E-Government: Contradictions and Synergies in the Dialectics of Action Research.
Proceedings of the Information Systems Research, 2004

Translating Customer-Focused Strategic Issues into Operational Processes Through CRM - A Public Sector Approach.
Proceedings of the Electronic Government: Third International Conference, 2004

Electronic commerce strategy in the U.K. electricity industry: the case of Electric Co and Dataflow Software.
Proceedings of the 13th European Conference on Information Systems, 2004

A Local Government CRM Maturity Model: a component in the transformational change of UK councils.
Proceedings of the 10th Americas Conference on Information Systems, 2004

The Recovery of Government Reputation: Exploring Two Dimensions of Strategy.
Proceedings of the 10th Americas Conference on Information Systems, 2004

Government Readiness to CRM Adoption: A Local Authority Analysis.
Proceedings of the 10th Americas Conference on Information Systems, 2004

2003
Active meta-process models: a conceptual exposition.
Information & Software Technology, 2003

Problematisation and Obfuscation in e-Government.
Proceedings of the Electronic Government, Second International Conference, 2003

Plus ça change: defensive translations and resistance to IT-enabled change in local government.
Proceedings of the 11th European Conference on Information Systems, 2003

2002
The finding of thorns: user participation in enterprise system implementation.
DATA BASE, 2002

A Case Study of the Use of the Viable System Model in the Organization of Software Development.
Advanced Topics in Database Research, Vol. 1, 2002

2001
Designing alignment and improvising change: Experiences in the public sector using the SPRING methodology.
Proceedings of the 9th European Conference on Information Systems, 2001

2000
SPRINT: A Business Process Reengineering (BPR) Framework for Implementing the Information Society.
Proceedings of the 11th International Workshop on Database and Expert Systems Applications (DEXA'00), 2000

1999
A Case Study Evaluation of the Use of the Viable System Model in Information Systems Development.
J. Database Manag., 1999

Case for an explicit co-ordination layer in modern business information systems architectures.
IEE Proceedings - Software, 1999

Focus Issue on Legacy Information Systems and Business Process Change: Introduction.
CAIS, 1999

Software Process: Key Issues and Future Directions.
Proceedings of the Software Process: Principles, Methodology, Technology, 1999

Beyond Enterprise Resource Planning Projects: Innovative Strategies forCompetitive Advantage.
Proceedings of the Seventh European Conference on Information Systems, 1999

1997
Goal-based business process models: creation and evaluation.
Business Proc. Manag. Journal, 1997

1996
Evolutionary software development to support organizational and business process change: a case study account.
JIT, 1996

An asset view on the software process.
Proceedings of the 10th International Software Process Workshop (ISPW '96), 1996

Organizational Design for Software Development: A Cybernetic Perspective.
Proceedings of the Software Process Technology, 5th European Workshop, 1996

1994
A methodology for business process redesign: experiences and issues.
J. Strategic Inf. Sys., 1994

1992
The Process Modelling Cookbook: Orientation, Description and Experience.
Proceedings of the Software Process Technology, Second European Workshop, 1992


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