Daniel Schlagwein
Daniel Schlagwein
Associate Professor at University of Sydney
Zweryfikowany adres z sydney.edu.au - Strona główna
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Organizational Learning With Crowdsourcing: The Revelatory Case of LEGO
D Schlagwein, N Bjørn-Andersen
Journal of the Association for Information Systems 15 (11), 754-788, 2014
2142014
How and Why Organizations Use Social Media: Five Use Types and Their Relation to Absorptive Capacity
D Schlagwein, M Hu
Journal of Information Technology 32 (2), 194-209, 2017
1402017
Internal Crowdsourcing: Conceptual Framework, Structured Review and Research Agenda
O Zuchowski, O Posegga, D Schlagwein, K Fischbach
Journal of Information Technology 31 (2), 166-184, 2016
1372016
Business Model Development, Founders' Social Capital and the Success of Early Stage Internet Start‐Ups: A Mixed‐Method Study
O Spiegel, P Abbassi, MP Zylka, D Schlagwein, K Fischbach, D Schoder
Information Systems Journal 26 (5), 166-184, 2016
922016
Crowdsourcing for a Better World: On the Relation Between IT Affordances and Donor Motivations in Charitable Crowdfunding
K Choy, D Schlagwein
Information Technology & People 29 (1), 221-247, 2016
892016
Open Strategy: Literature Review, Re-Analysis of Cases and Conceptualisation As a Practice
A Tavakoli, D Schlagwein, D Schoder
The Journal of Strategic Information Systems 26 (3), 163-184, 2017
862017
'Openness' With and Without IT: A Framework and a Brief History
D Schlagwein, K Conboy, J Feller, JM Leimeister, L Morgan
Journal of Information Technology 32 (4), 297-305, 2017
752017
Social Information Systems: Review, Framework and Research Agenda
D Schlagwein, D Schoder, K Fischbach
International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS), 2011
41*2011
Consolidated, Systemic Conceptualization and Definition of the “Sharing Economy”
D Schlagwein, D Schoder, K Spindeldreher
Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology 71 (7 …, 2019
402019
Open Strategy: Consolidated Definition and Processual Conceptualization
A Tavakoli, D Schlagwein, D Schoder
International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS), 2015
38*2015
Cultural Determinants of Organizational Social Media Adoption
D Schlagwein, P Prasarnphanich
European Conference on Information Systems (ECIS), 2011
322011
Digital Work and High-Tech Wanderers: Three Theoretical Framings and a Research Agenda for Digital Nomadism
B Wang, D Schlagwein, D Cecez-Kecmanovic, MC Cahalane
Australasian Conference on Information Systems (ACIS), 2018
282018
A Review on Crowdsourcing for Education: State of the Art of Literature and Practice
Y Jiang, D Schlagwein, B Benatallah
Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems (PACIS), 2018
272018
IT Affordances and Donor Motivations in Charitable Crowdfunding: The 'Earthship Kapita' Case
K Choy, D Schlagwein
European Conference on Information Systems (ECIS), 2015
262015
Openness of Information Resources: A Framework-Based Comparison of Mobile Platforms
D Schlagwein, D Schoder, K Fischbach
European Conference on Information Systems (ECIS), 2010
252010
Digital Contact-Tracing Adoption in the COVID-19 Pandemic: IT Governance for Collective Action at the Societal Level
K Riemer, R Ciriello, S Peter, D Schlagwein
European Journal of Information Systems 29 (6), 731-745, 2020
242020
Review and Critique of the Information Systems Development Project Failure Literature: An Argument for Exploring Information Systems Development Project Distress
Z Baghizadeh, D Cecez-Kecmanovic, D Schlagwein
Journal of Information Technology 35 (2), 123-142, 2019
242019
How Commonwealth Bank of Australia Gained Benefits Using a Standards-Based, Multi-Provider Cloud Model
D Schlagwein, A Thorogood, LP Willcocks
MIS Quarterly Executive 13 (4), 2014
222014
'Escaping the Rat Race': Justifications in Digital Nomadism
D Schlagwein
European Conference on Information Systems (ECIS), 2018
212018
Why Firms Use Social Media: An Absorptive Capacity Perspective
M Hu, D Schlagwein
European Conference on Information Systems (ECIS), 2013
212013
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