This article is a response to the assessment by IS scholars that there are significant research questions to be addressed in the important topic of information systems innovation. For example, Swanson concludes that current theory explains little about IS innovation; Avgerou describes it as a relatively unexplored subject, and Fichman identifies signs of exhaustion in the current research agenda. The result of our analysis is an adaptation of ecological systems theory (EST) in order to apply it to the IS innovation landscape. We then build on the theoretical framework to propose an agenda for future research in terms of research directions, research themes, and study designs. Finally, implications for researchers and practitioners are discussed.
Costello, G. J., Donnellan, B., & Curley, M. (2013). A Theoretical Framework to Develop a Research Agenda for Information Systems Innovation. Communications of the Association for Information Systems, 33, pp-pp. https://doi.org/10.17705/1CAIS.03326
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