ognizant Communication Corporation

FAILURE & LESSONS LEARNED IN INFORMATION AND TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT

TABLES OF CONTENTS
VOLUME 3, 1999


VOLUME 3, NUMBER 4, 1999

Note From the Publisher

Information Systems Technology: An Assessment of Corporate Knowledge Requirements
Jeretta Horn Nord and G. Daryl Nord

Volume 1-3 Abstracts

Volume 3 Subject and Author Index
 


VOLUME 3, NUMBER 3, 1999

SPECIAL ISSUE ON "ELECTRONIC COMMERCE"
GUEST EDITOR: JOSEPH WILLIAMS

Preface: The Efficacy of E-Commerce
Joseph Williams

Lessons in Electronic Commerce: The Case of Electronic Transportation Markets
Ranier Alt and Stefan Klein

E-Commerce and the Inevitability of Failures
Joseph Williams

The Nature and Structure of Impediments to EDI Adoption and Integration: A Survey of Small- and Medium-Sized Enterprises
Deepak Khazanchi

Natural Gas Industry: The Effects of Public-Private Partnership on E-Commerce Standards in the Commodity Market
Diane Walker and Wita Wojkowski

Failing for the Wrong Reasons: A Case Study of Electronic Commerce at Neural Music
Lee A. Freeman, Leonard M. Jessup, and Richard B. Kettner-Polley

Internet Usage of International Small- and Medium-Sized Enterprises: Lessons Learned From a Multiple Case Study
Laurent Ramelet and Christian Bauer


VOLUME 3, NUMBER 2, 1999

Making Ideas Work: Obstacles for Successful Translationof the Integrated Approach of IT Management
Hans Doorewaard and Mark Van Bijsterveld

Management of Information Technology Within the Business: Lessons for Organizational, Educational, and International Issues
Walter Skok and Ray Hackney

Web-Based Expert Systems for elaws
Mario DiStasio, Roland Droitsch, and Larry Medsker


VOLUME 3, NUMBER 1, 1999

Failed IS Projects: Definition in Terms of a Neglect of Professional Ethics
Harjinder Rahanu, Jennifer Daives, and Simon Rogerson

A Direct E-Mail Advertising Firm's Failure: Lessons for Conducting E-Commerce in Developing Countries
Lee Ook

Case Study of an Artificial Intelligence Joint Project Gone Awry
Thomas P. Galvin

Critical Success Factors in Expert System Development
David Millett and Philip Powell