List of Contributors.
1: Fundamental Concepts and Theories.
2: Marketing Strategy, Technology and Modes of Entry in Global Retailing.
3: The Business Value of E-Collaboration: A Conceptual Framework.
4: Virtual Corporations.
5: E-Business Strategy in Franchising.
6: E-Business Strategy and Firm Performance.
7: Conservation of Information and E-Business Success and Challenges: A Case Study.
8: Demand Driven Web Services.
9: Between Supply and Demand: Coping with the Impact of Standards Change.
10: Engagement, Immersion, and Learning Cultures: Project Planning and Decision Making for Virtual World Training Programs.
11: Learning Space in Virtual Environments: Understanding the Factors Influencing Training Time.
12: Business Analytics Success: A Conceptual Framework and an Application to Virtual Organizing.
13: An Overview of International Intellectual Capital (IC) Models and Applicable Guidelines.
14: Business Models and Organizational Processes Changes.
15: Guidelines for Preparing Organizations in Developing Countries for Standards-Based B2B.
16: Development and Design Methodologies.
17: Building Business Value in E-Commerce Enabled Organizations: An Empirical Study.
18: Enhancing the Preparedness of SMEs for E-Business Opportunities by Collaborative Networks.
19: An Information Technology Planning Framework for an Industry Cluster.
20: Linking Information Technology, Knowledge Management, and Strategic Experimentation.
21: Collaborative Enterprise Architecture for Municipal Environments.
22: Using Enterprise Architecture to Transform Service Delivery: The U.S. Federal Government's Human Resources Line of Business.
23: An Application of Multi-Criteria Decision-Making Model to Strategic Outsourcing for Effective Supply-Chain Linkages.
24: Reverse Supply Chain Design: A Neural Network Approach.
25: Semantic Interoperability Enablement in E-Business Modeling.
26: Semantic Competence Pull: A Semantics-Based Architecture for Filling Competency Gaps in Organizations.
27: Model on Knowledge-Governance: Collaboration Focus and Communities of Practice.
28: Knowledge Integration through Inter-Organizational Virtual Organizations.
29: The Development of Knowledge and Information Networks in Tourism Destinations.
30: Designing Digital Marketplaces for Competitive Advantage.
31: Business Models for Insurance of Business Web Services.
32: Business Model of Internet Banks.
33: A Reverse Auction-Based E-Business Model for B2C Service Markets.
34: Multi-Tier Design Assessment in the Development of Complex Organizational Systems.
35: EBDMSS: A Web-Based Decision Making Support System for Strategic E-Business Management.
36: Tools and Technologies.
37: MICA: A Mobile Support System for Warehouse Workers.
38: Fuzzy Modelling for Integrated Strategic Planning for Information Systems and Business Process Design.
39: Human Resources in the Balanced Scorecard System.
40: The Role of HRIS in Crisis Response Planning.
41: Concepts, Technology, and Applications in E-Mentoring.
42: E-Recruitment in Emerging Economies.
1: Tools and Technologies.
2: E-Logistics: The Slowly Evolving Platform Undrepinning E-Business.
3: E-Business Perspectives through Social Networks.
4: Designing E-Business Applications with Patterns for Computer-Mediated Interaction.
5: Business Artifacts for E-Business Interoperability.
6: Adaptive Web Presence and Evolution through Web Log Analysis.
7: On-Line Credit Card Payment Processing and Fraud Prevention for E-Business.
8: Achieving Electric Restoration Logistical Efficiencies During Critical Infrastructure Crisis Response: A Knowledge Management Analysis.
9: Assessing the Impact of Mobile Technologies on Work-Life Balance.
10: Migration of Legacy Information Systems.
11: Policy Technologies for Security Management in Coalition Networks.
12: Teleworker's Security Risks Minimized with Informal Online Information Technology Communities of Practice.
13: Ontologically Enhanced RosettaNet B2B Integration.
14: Data Mining in Franchising.
15: Developing a Corporate Memory as a Competitive Advantage in the ICT Sector.
16: City Boosterism through Internet Marketing: An Institutional Perspective.
17: Learning Organizations or Organizations for Learning? How Small Firms Can Learn from Planned and Random Technical Problem Solving: Implications for Technical Education.
18: Utilization and Application.
19: Risk Assessment in Virtual Enterprise Networks: A Process-Driven Internal Audit Approach.
20: eInsurance: Developing Customer-Friendly Electronic Insurance Services from the Novel Project Perspective.
21: A Qualitative Study of Knowledge Management: The Multinational Firm Point of View.
22: Adoption and Success of E-HRM in European Firms.
23: A Case Study of a Data Warehouse in the Finnish Police.
24: Exploring the Relation between the Use of HRIS and Their Implementation in Spanish Firms.
25: The Diffusion of HRITs Across English-Speaking Countries.
26: The ‘Knock-on’ Effect of E-Business Upon Graphic Design SMEs in South Wales.
27: “eSME Slovenia:” Initiative and Action Plan for the Accelerated Introduction of E-Business in SMEs.
28: Simulating E-Business Innovation Process Improvement with Virtual Teams Across Europe and Asia.
29: Organizational Learning During Changes in Estonian Organization.
30: E-Business Adoption by Jordanian Banks: An Exploratory Study of the Key Factors and Performance Indicators.
31: The Influence of Internet Security on E-Business Competence in Jordan: An Empirical Analysis.
32: Internet Adoption from Omani Organizations' Perspective: Motivations and Reservations.
33: Snapshot of Personnel Productivity Assessment in Indian IT Industry.
34: The Critical Success Factors and Integrated Model for Implementing E-Business in Taiwan's SMEs.
35: E-Commerce Development in China: An Exploration of Perceptions and Attitudes.
36: Dynamic Maintenance in ChinaGrid Support Platform.
37: Engineering Design at a Toyota Company: Knowledge Management and the Innovative Process.
38: The Internet and SMEs in Sub-Saharan African Countries: An Analysis in Nigeria.
39: E-Business and Nigerian Financial Firms Development: A Review of Key Determinants.
40: Lessons Learned from the NASA Astrobiology Institute.
41: Influencing Factors and the Acceptance of Internet and E-Business Technologies in Maritime Canada's SMEs: An Analysis.
42: An Analysis of the Latin American Wireless Telecommunications Market Portfolios of Telefonica and America Movil.
43: Exploring Organizational Learning and Knowledge Exchange through Poetry.
44: Hybrid Value Creation in the Sports Industry: The Case of a Mobile Sports Companion as IT-Supported Product-Service-Bundle.
45: Management Information System in Higher Education.
1: Organizational and Social Implications.
2: Business Relationships and Organizational Structures in E-Business.
3: Exploring the Link between Flexible Work and Organizational Performance.
4: E-Business Interoperability and Collaboration.
5: Assessing Relational E-Strategy Supporting Business Relationships.
6: Collaborative Synergy and Leadership in E-Business.
7: Collaborative Learning Experiences in Teaching of E-Business Management.
8: Trust, Virtual Teams, and Grid Technology.
9: Examining Tensions in Telework Policies.
10: Workplace Safety and Personnel Well-Being: The Impact of Information Technology.
11: The Impact of Missing Skills on Learning and Project Performance.
12: Recruiting, Selecting and Motivating Human Resources: Methodological Analysis and Case Studies Applications.
13: Knowledge Management in SMEs Clusters.
14: Visualizing Knowledge Networks and Flows to Enhance Organizational Metacognition in Virtual Organizations.
15: The Multicultural Organization: A Historic Organizational Theory for Gaining Competitiveness in Global Business Environment.
16: Multinational Intellect: The Synergistic Power of Cross Cultural Knowledge Networks.
17: Knowledge Transfer within Multinational Corporations: An Intercultural Challenge.
18: Understanding the Use of Business-to-Employee (B2E) Portals in an Australian University through the Employee Lens: A Quantitative Approach.
19: Media Channel Preferences of Mobile Communities.
20: Consumer Information Sharing.
21: The Benefits of Home-Based Working's Flexibility.
22: Managerial Impact.
23: Optimizing the Configuration of Development Teams Using EVA: The Case of Ongoing Project Adjustments Facing Personnel Restrictions.
24: The Impact of Labour Flexibility and HRM on Innovation.
25: Personnel Performance Management in IT eSourcing Environments.
26: E-HRM in Turkey: A Case Study.
27: Performance Management in Software Engineering.
28: Strategy and Structure in a Virtual Organization.
29: Assessment Strategies for Servant Leadership Practice and Training in the Virtual Organization.
30: E-Leadership Styles for Global Virtual Teams.
31: Strategising Impression Management in Corporations: Cultural Knowledge as Capital.
32: Agile Alignment of Enterprise Execution Capabilities with Strategy.
33: Governance of Virtual Networks: Case of Living and Virtual Laboratories.
34: Decision-Making for Location of New Knowledge Intensive Businesses on ICT Sector: Portuguese Evidences.
35: Executive Judgment in E-Business Strategy.
36: Prioritizing Corporate R&D Capabilities: The Intellectual Capital Perspective.
37: E-Business in Supply Chain Management.
38: Global Account Management (GAM): Creating Companywide and Worldwide Relationships to Global Customers.
39: An Overview of Executive Information Systems (EIS) Research in South Africa.
40: Managerial Succession and E-Business.
41: Critical Issues.
42: Sociotechnical Issues of Tele-ICU Technology.
43: Contributions of Social Capital Theory to HRM.
44: Social Capital and Third Places through the Internet: Lessons from a Disadvantaged Swedish Community.
45: Cross-Cultural Challenges for Information Resources Management.
1: Critical Issues.
2: The Role of Culture in Business Intelligence.
3: Contested Terrain: Place, Work and Organizational Identities.
4: Evolutionary Diffusion Theory.
5: Advancing Women in the Digital Economy: eLearning Opportunities for Meta-Competency Skilling.
6: Interventions and Solutions in Gender and IT.
7: Ethical Issues Arising from the Usage of Electronic Communications in the Workplace.
8: Ethics in E-Marketing: A Marketing Mix Perspective.
9: Accountability and Ethics in Knowledge Management.
10: Management Theory: A Systems Perspective on Understanding Management Practice and Management Behavior.
11: Global Issues in Human Resource Management and Their Significance to Information Organizations and Information Professionals.
12: Does User Centered Design, Coherent with Global Corporate Strategy, Encourage Development of Human Resource Intranet Use?.
13: Holland's Vocational Theory and Personality Traits of Information Technology Professionals.
14: Do Insecure Systems Increase Global Digital Divide?.
15: Teleworking and the “Disability Divide”.
16: A Unified View of Enablers, Barriers, and Readiness of Small to Medium Enterprises for E-Business Adoption.
17: Against Strong Copyright in E-Business.
18: The Structure of Theory and the Structure of Scientific Revolutions: What Constitutes an Advance in Theory?.
19: Emerging Trends.
20: Emerging Business Models: Value Drivers in E-Business 2.0 and towards Enterprise 2.0.
21: Vision, Trends, Gaps and a Broad Roadmap for Future Engineering.
22: Emerging Trends of E-Business.
23: What Is New with Organization of E-Business: Organizational Viewpoint of the Relationships in E-Business.
24: New Profession Development: The Case for the Business Process Engineer.
25: Articulating Tacit Knowledge in Multinational E-Collaboration on New Product Designs.
26: Study on E-Business Adoption from Stakeholders' Perspectives in Indian Firms.
27: The Global Telecommunications Industry Facing the IP Revolution: Technological and Regulatory Challenges.
28: Optimizing and Managing Digital Telecommunication Systems Using Data Mining and Knowledge Discovery Approaches.
29: An ICT-Based Network of Competence Centres for Developing Intellectual Capital in the Mediterranean Area.
30: Recognizing Innovation through Social Network Analysis: The Case of the Virtual eBMS Project.
31: Organizational Password Policy.
32: National Intellectual Capital Stocks and Organizational Cultures: A Comparison of Lebanon and Iran.
33: The Role of ICTs and the Management of Multinational Intellectual Capital.
34: An Approach to Efficient Waste Management for SMEs via RBVOs.
35: Supply Chain Risk Management Driven by Action Learning.
36: Tailor-Made Distance Education as a Retention Strategy: The “Learning at the Workplace” Program in Thailand.
37: Knowledge Redundancy, Environmental Shocks, and Agents' Opportunism.
38: Embracing Guanxi: The Literature Review.