By Frederick S. Woods
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Their results showed that problems with global information technology stem predominantly from ‘social’ issues – whereas information systems management is often aligned along technical lines. 1996 also saw Palvia et al. issue a follow-on collection of research papers, Global Information Technology and Systems Management – Key issues and Trends. Building on the previous anthology’s foundations, this collection staked out specific concerns such as the technology environment, issues of national infrastructure, technology architectures and themes of systems planning, development and management.
The research problem thus consists of two parts. Firstly, the generic nature of international information systems needs to be clarified: 1. What is specific about the nature, structure and characteristics of International Information Systems? The second part is concerned with the implications for the way in which international information systems are designed, built and installed: 1. What is the nature and interaction of the specific factors that shape an international information system such that it is acceptable to its users?
Research is often based on knowledge gained from previous investigations and builds on the theoretical constructs distilled from it. In the case of international information systems, however, the body of research is narrow, mostly conjectural and often weak in terms of detailed predictive power. This limits its use for the formulation and subsequent verification of hypotheses. IIS research is therefore more likely to be concerned with building new theory rather than deductively extending old ones.
A course in mathematics,: For students of engineering and applied science, by Frederick S. Woods