CRISM - the Centre for Research on Information Systems Management
The Centre for Research on Information Systems Management (CRISM) aims to foster research and educational initiatives in four areas within the information systems management discipline - ebusiness, management of information systems, system usability and network/security.
The objectives of the Centre are to:
- Increase awareness of the value and importance of information systems management
- Advance research in information systems management
- Conduct educational seminars, workshops, summits and symposia on various topics of interest to industry and the wider community
- Disseminate research relating to information systems management.
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(IEEE, 2006)Business-information systems (IS) alignment has become an important strategic imperative for organizations competing in the global economy. Recent research (Reich and Benbasat ) indicates that building a shared ...
Exploring website evaluation criteria using the repertory grid technique: a Web Designers' perspective(AIS, 2003)Businesses today are increasingly creating a compelling presence on the World Wide Web. This phenomenon is projected to sustain in the near future. However, many retailers are unable to capture their desired markets due ...
(AIS, 2004)This paper explores the design preferences of virtual communities in two cultural groups – the U.S. and China. The design preferences studied are web design, tools used and types of virtual communities preferred. Content ...
(IEEE, 2007)This study empirically examines university students' perceptions and their views of when they adopt Instant Messaging (IM) and Short Messaging Service (SMS) and how they perceive and prefer these two media, in conjunction ...
(IEEE, 2006)Motivated by concerns regarding the impact of cultural diversity on group interaction processes and a desire to extend the Social Influence Model of Technology Use, this paper discusses the impact of normative social ...