• Not Without My Smartphone! Impacts of Smartphone Addiction on Smartphone Usage 

      Bernroider, Edward W N; Krumay, Barbara; Margiol, Sebastian (ACIS, 2014)
      The widespread diffusion of smartphones and their growing importance for private and business use have created new challenges for IS research. This study explores the potential negative effects of smartphone addiction on ...
    • Writing on the transformative and imaginary body 

      Ha, Winnie (Textile and Design Lab and Colab at Auckland University of Technology, 2014)
      "Unable to sense any articulation in your palms and fingers, you realise your arms are now stumps, rounded off where the elbows would have been. All you can feel is clammy, thin film, like loosely stretched latex. You are ...
    • Triangles in silk: piecing together a practice of upcycling 

      McCorkill, Georgia (Textile and Design Lab and Colab at Auckland University of Technology, 2014)
      Sustainable fashion design is typically approached through the deployment of a combination of design strategies. One such strategy that enjoys popular use in the sustainable fashion lexicon is ‘‘upcycling”. Upcycling, an ...
    • Enabling design and business innovation through new textile technologies 

      Joseph, Frances; Heslop, Peter (Textile and Design Lab and Colab at Auckland University of Technology, 2014)
      Textile production initiated the first industrial revolution, with James Hargreaves’ invention of the Spinning Jenny in 1766 introducing the beginning of systems of mechanized mass production. More recently, the development ...
    • Barriers to Knowledge Sharing in ICT Project Environments 

      Karagoz, Yakub; Korthaus, Axel; Augar, Naomi (ACIS, 2014)
      Project management supports much of the economic activity in various industries. Across the public sector, effective management of projects transforms taxpayer funds into new schools, hospitals, roads, construction and ...
    • Proactive Risk Identification in Cross-organizational Business Processes 

      Rotaru, Kristian; Wilkin, Carla; Churilov, Leonid (ACIS, 2014)
      Although the alignment of business objectives and corresponding activities in cross-organizational processes is critical in assuring performance from distinct supply chain partners and sustainability of the supply chain, ...
    • Identifying Gaps in Institutional Theory 

      Pishdad, Azadeh; Koronios, Andy; Reich, Blaize Horner; Geursen, Gus (ACIS, 2014)
      Institutional theory has been applied to various dimensions of extant IS literature. The major part of this literature, however, is dedicated to studying the influence of institutional isomorphic mechanisms at macro level ...
    • The Construction of Identity Offences Taxonomy: An Australian Context 

      Smith, Stephen; Winchester, Donald; Pang, Vincent (ACIS, 2014)
      The objective of this project is to create an identity crimes taxonomy as a foundation for highlighting the importance of a National Identity Security Strategy (NISS 2012) initiated by the Commonwealth of Australia. The ...
    • MakeUse V2: digital textile technology for user modifiable zero waste fashion 

      McQuillan, Holly (Textile and Design Lab and Colab at Auckland University of Technology, 2014)
      The evolving discourse on zero waste fashion design addresses justifications and approaches for designing and making these garments in ways that attempt to fit within the existing structure of fashion education and industry. ...
    • Collaborative IT Outsourcing in the Public Sector: A Case Analysis of Standard Business Reporting in Australia 

      Sun, Ruonan; Gregor, Shirley; Keating, Byron (ACIS, 2014)
      This study provides a case analysis of a successful collaborative information technology outsourcing arrangement in a public sector setting. An endogenous framework depicting four key factors (motivation, decision-making, ...
    • A Study of Local Vendors’ Views of Planning Global Distribution Systems: Examples from Travel Information Industry in Japan and Korea 

      Lee, Don D H; Wang, William Y C; Leong, Paul T M (ACIS, 2014)
      Global Distribution Systems (GDS) has played a pivotal role as electronic distributors in the travel industry. Although there are two types of GDS vendors geographically –local and worldwide, almost all studies focus on ...
    • Information Systems Design Theory for Location-Based Educational Services in Informal Learning Environments 

      Keating, Byron; Gregor, Shirley; Fitzgerald, Robert; Campbell, John; Steele, James (ACIS, 2014)
      Mobile technologies are deeply embedded in the daily lives of young people. The ubiquity, portability and functionality of these devices present new opportunities for enriching learning. Yet, to date there has been little ...
    • Internet resources to help Australian ICT professionals identify and solve ethical challenges 

      Burmeister, Oliver; Al-Saggaf, Yeslam; Schwartz, Michael; Johnson, Lester (ACIS, 2014)
      ICT professionals need a way to understand the ethical challenges they face in the workplace. Having first identified common workplace challenges through an industry survey with 2,315 respondents, those challenges were ...
    • Socially responsible emental healthcare 

      Burmeister, Oliver; Marks, Edwina (ACIS, 2014)
      Mental health has long held a stigma that has made it difficult for people to seek help. Community-based socially responsible online interconnectivity and increased access are central themes underpinning the successful ...
    • Theorizing the Use of Multiple Conceptual Models in Combination 

      Recker, Jan (ACIS, 2014)
      Conceptual modelling continues to be an important means for graphically capturing the requirements of an information system. Observations of modelling practice suggest that modellers often use multiple conceptual models ...
    • Resilient Organisations in the Cloud 

      Herrera, Andrea; Beltran, Fernando; Janczewski, Lech (ACIS, 2014)
      Cloud computing is a way of delivering computing resources that promises numerous benefits, however, organisations worry about its extra levels of abstraction. This additional complexity represents a hurdle in the assessment ...
    • A Model for Privacy in Public-Private Sector RFID Systems 

      Vos, Marta; Cullen, Rowena; Cranefield, Jocelyn (ACIS, 2014)
      This research identifies a model of factors affecting privacy in RFID systems that are shared between public and private sector organisations. Actor-Network Theory (ANT) is used as a framework for this research which ...
    • Intelligent Decision Making and Risk Assessment for IT Management Processes 

      Mohammadian, Masoud (ACIS, 2014)
      IT management is a complex process involving multiple interdependencies. Chief Information Officers (CIOs) are required to comprehend and be aware potential risks in IT management processes. Risk analysis for decision ...
    • Utilising Capability Approach for Adoption of Assistive Technologies among Seniors: Conceptual Model 

      Vichitvanichphong, Suchada; Talaei-Khoei, Amir; Kerr, Donald; Ghapanchi, Amir Hossein (ACIS, 2014)
      In this paper we argue that the existing adoption theories lack a sufficient level of attention to the context of the everyday lives of seniors and as such have been incapable of successful explaining adoption concepts ...
    • An Evaluation of the suitability of NoSQL databases for distributed EHR systems 

      Ercan, Mehmet; Lane, Michael (ACIS, 2014)
      Electronic Health Record (EHR) systems offer significant benefits for healthcare. The improved availability of healthcare information from multiple locations contributes to the accuracy and timeliness of care, and should ...