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16-8-2018 12:00 AM

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The literature on information systems development (ISD) appears to be fragmented into two main streams: one that uses a knowledge management perspective and another one emphasizes the role of information technology to enhance ISD. Such fragmentation can be detrimental to establish a common ground for future research. In this paper, we synthesize the prior literature on information systems development and propose a theoretical model for ISD performance based on knowledge-oriented factors and IT. We argue the effects of knowledge-oriented factors on ISD team performance and how IT can impact such effects overtime. This study aims to understand how IT facilitates the stream of knowledge within teams to enhance ISD team performance over the course of IS projects implementation.

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Aug 16th, 12:00 AM

IT and Knowledge in Teams: A Longitudinal Study

The literature on information systems development (ISD) appears to be fragmented into two main streams: one that uses a knowledge management perspective and another one emphasizes the role of information technology to enhance ISD. Such fragmentation can be detrimental to establish a common ground for future research. In this paper, we synthesize the prior literature on information systems development and propose a theoretical model for ISD performance based on knowledge-oriented factors and IT. We argue the effects of knowledge-oriented factors on ISD team performance and how IT can impact such effects overtime. This study aims to understand how IT facilitates the stream of knowledge within teams to enhance ISD team performance over the course of IS projects implementation.