The Information Systems Working Paper Series is a publication of the Information Systems Research Program. It provides for the early dissemination of research by IS faculty, doctoral students, and visiting scholars, usually prior to its more formal publication elsewhere. The IS Reprint series includes these more formal publications, many of which supersede the original working papers. You may download our Index to IS Working Papers and Reprints.*
Comments and feedback on our working papers are welcome and should be directed to the authors. Because working papers are typically revised by their authors within months of their issuance, we maintain only the most recent three years of the series for distribution. Most of these are downloadable in Adobe Acrobat format (if you don't have this, you can obtain it by clicking here). For copies of older papers, please contact the authors directly.
Recent working papers* include:
E. Burton Swanson, "Illuminating Organizing Vision Careers Through Case Studies"
Rana Tassabehji, "Towards Transformational E-Government: The Role of the Institutional Entrepreneur"
E. Burton Swanson, "Who Learns From the New Human-Computer Interaction?"
Arnaud Gorgeon and E. Burton Swanson, "Web 2.0 According to Wikipedia: Capturing an Organizing Vision"
E. Burton Swanson, "Inside the IT Innovation Wave Machine"
Yutaka Yamauchi and E. Burton Swanson, “Local Assimilation of an Enterprise System: Situated Learning at a Distance”
Lior Fink, “A Configurational Approach to Information Technology Outsourcing”
Bennet P. Lientz, “On IT Project Selection”
Arnaud Gorgeon, “From Willow to Oak? Change Agentry Models CIOs Follow During Their Time in Office”
Arnaud Gorgeon, “IT Architecture: Vision to Implementation and Use - The Case of UCLA Anderson School of Management, 1983-2000”
E. Burton Swanson and Arnaud Gorgeon, “Assessing the CIO's Application Focus”