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A study of opacity in web design practices.
(Irish Academy of Management, 2010-09-01)
That IS and IT practitioners should use best practice in information systems development is pretty much universally taken for granted. We expect systems to be developed that enhance the user experience and allow them to ...
Questioning the use of opaque web practices among low-cost airline carriers
(ECIS Standing Committee, 2008-06-09)
Modest attention has been given to the subtle ethical issues of ¿best practice¿ on the Internet, such as the exploitation of Web technologies to inhibit or avoid customer service. Increasingly, some firms are using ...
Information System Development over Time - More Lessons from the Field.
(Irish Academy of Management, 2005)
This paper presents further results from a longitudinal research study that has been conducted with one organization, the Western Financial Services (WFS) Group, over a six-year period (Barry 2004). They operate in the ...
Hesitancy in committing to large-scale enterprise systems solutions - experiences at a multi-national corporation.
While early cited benefits of Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) or enterprise systems remain for the most part highly desirable, it is often the case that the promise of delivery differs from reality. Many now agree that ...
The design of an on-line masters in technology management: a collaborative effort
(Association of Information Systems (AIS), 2005-04)
The paper describes the views of the principals involved in the initial stages of planning and development of an MSc in Technology Management programme in Ireland prior to its commencement, and subsequently elicits the ...
"Calling passengers" - an ethical problem in the design of self-service websites amongst low-cost airlines in Ireland.
Ethics on the Internet has been a widely debated topic in recent years covering issues that range from privacy to security to fraud. Little, however, has been written on more subtle ethical questions such as the exploitation ...