According to our database1, Steve Drew authored at least 16 papers between 2003 and 2018.
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Formulating optimal business process change decisions using a computational hierarchical change management structure framework: A case study.
J. Systems and IT, 2018
Deriving organisational business process change factors using the hierarchical elicitation workshop.
Factors attracting online consumers to choose e-Malls for e-procurement in Saudi Arabia.
Enterprise IS, 2018
Subjective Evaluation of Website Accessibility and Usability: A Survey for People with Sensory Disabilities.
Proceedings of the 14th Web for All Conference, 2017
Identifying Best Practices in organisational SOA Governance Adoption: Case Study of Saudi Arabia's E-Government Programme.
Proceedings of the 20th Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems, 2016
From deconstructive misalignment to constructive alignment: Exploring student uses of mobile technologies in university classrooms.
Computers & Education, 2015
Online Learner Satisfaction and Collaborative Learning: Evidence from Saudi Arabia.
The Impact of Trust on E-Government Services Acceptance: A Study of Users' Perceptions by Applying UTAUT Model.
Measuring the Information Quality of e-Learning Systems in KSA: Attitudes and Perceptions of Learners.
Proceedings of the Robot Intelligence Technology and Applications 2012, 2012
E-government principles: implementation, advantages and challenges.
Strategic government initiatives to promote diffusion of online retailing in Saudi Arabia.
Proceedings of the Sixth IEEE International Conference on Digital Information Management, 2011
Employees' Perceptions of Biometric Technology Adoption in E-Government: An Exploratory Study in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
Towards User Acceptance of Biometric Technology in E-Government: A Survey Study in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
Proceedings of the Software Services for e-Business and e-Society, 2009
Collaborative Supervision of Machine Learning as a Tool for Web-Based Education: A Teaching and Learning Triangle.
Proceedings of the Advances in Web-Based Learning, 2003
Collaborative Supervised Learning Issues for Machine Vision: Parallelising People Power.
Proceedings of the International Conference on Imaging Science, Systems and Technology, 2003
Collaborative Supervision of Machine Vision Systems: Breaking a Sequential Bottleneck in the Supervised Learning Process.
Proceedings of the Advanced Parallel Programming Technologies, 5th International Workshop, 2003