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QUT News: Renewable Energy Needed to Drive Uptake of Electric Vehicles

Dr Kenan Degirmenci talks about how plugging into renewable energy sources outweighs the cost and short driving ranges for consumers intending to buy electric vehicles. The findings are based on a paper published in Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment titled Consumer purchase intentions for electric vehicles: Is green more important than price and range? The…

AOM Annual Meeting Best Paper

The paper “External Enablers in New Venture Creation Processes: A Framework” has been selected to be one of the best accepted papers in the program of the 77th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management. The 2017 Academy of Management Meeting will take place August 4-8 in Atlanta, Georgia, United States. Davidsson, P., Recker, J., von…

QUT Paper Development Workshop at Sunshine Coast

Our team takes part in the QUT School of Management Paper Development Workshop from 6-7 March, 2017 in Noosa Heads, Queensland. So, right now we’re in the middle of the workshop, and it’s really nice catching up with everybody. Here’s a cool off moment at Tea Tree Bay in the Noosa National Park: And some…

QUT News: Buying Green Doesn’t Make You Green

Professor Jan Recker talks about how businesses need to implement practices such as process re-engineering or environmental management systems to become truly sustainable. The findings are based on a paper published in Information Systems Journal titled How IT executives create organizational benefits by translating environmental strategies into Green IS initiatives. The QUT news article is…

Professor Jan Recker Talks About QUT Degrees With Education Times

In an article in Education Times, Professor Jan Recker talks about different options for students to study information systems related degree programmes at QUT. The article is available via the following link: http://www.educationtimes.com/article/249/2017022020170217151006156394e275/The-info-highway-.html

Journal Paper Accepted for Publication in MIS Quarterly

Our review of Wand and Weber’s influential Representation Theory has been accepted for publication in the MIS Quarterly. The paper reports on the pursuit of theoretical success and failure through research programs: Burton-Jones, A., Recker, J., Indulska, M., Green, P., Weber, R. (forthcoming): Assessing Representation Theory with a Framework for Pursuing Success and Failure. Management…

Journal Paper on Electric Carsharing Accepted

Our study on critical success factors of carsharing and electric carsharing has been accepted for publication. The paper reports on findings from expert interviews with carsharing providers, automotive manufacturers, and scholars from Germany, Austria, and France: Degirmenci, K., Lapin, S., Breitner, M. H. (forthcoming): Critical success factors of carsharing and electric carsharing: findings from expert interviews in…

Journal Paper on Electric Vehicles Accepted

Our study on consumer purchase intentions for electric vehicles has been accepted for publication. The paper reports on the role of environmental performance compared to price value and range confidence: Degirmenci, K., Breitner, M. H. (forthcoming): Consumer purchase intentions for electric vehicles: Is green more important than price and range? Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment,…

Two Journal Papers Published in IT Professional

The following two papers have been published in the latest issue of IT Professional: Patroni, J., von Briel, F., Recker, J. (2016): How Enterprise Social Media Can Facilitate Innovation. IT Professional, 18(6), pp. 34-41. (https://eprints.qut.edu.au/98049/) Mirkovski, K., von Briel, F., Lowry, P.B. (2016): Semantic Learning-Based Innovation Framework for Social Media. IT Professional, 18(6), pp. 26-32….

New Journal Paper Accepted

The following paper has been accepted for publication: Loeser, F., Recker, J., vom Brocke, J., Molla, A., Zarnekow, R. (forthcoming): How IT Executives Create Organizational Benefits by Translating Environmental Strategies into Green IS Initiatives. Information Systems Journal, accepted for publication. #GreenIS #survey #ITexecutives