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The Impact of Agile Practices on Trust in Software Project Teams
Agile software development involves self-managing teams that are empowered and responsible for meeting project goals in whatever way they deem suitable. Managers must place more trust in such teams than they do in teams ...
Data Protection and Employee Behaviour: The Role of Information Systems Security Culture
The proliferation of information in modern society, as enabled by technologies such as portable personal devices, social media, and 'cloud'-based services, presents a potentially serious threat to individual privacy and ...
Right To Be Forgotten Survey - Results
This report provides a summary of the findings for 260 internet users who completed the online survey between August and September 2013. The survey instrument contained 24 questions, the majority of which were either ...
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 ...
The identification of decision constructs in online transactional processes
From prior research, the authors found that certain design features amongst some online retailers were atypical of ‘good’ design elsewhere. It was apparent the transactional process was being used to present consumers with ...
A study of first click behaviour and user interaction on the Google SERP
Firms use Search Engine Marketing (SEM) to drive users to their Website. Some are prepared to pay for placement; others use Search Engine Optimization (SEO) hoping their result percolates up the organic SERP. Despite ...
Confirming a taxonomy of decision constructs in business-to-consumer commercial transactions
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Perceptions of low cost carriers compliance with EU legislation on optional extras
Low-cost carriers (LCCs) market their flights as low cost and, so, aim to garner as much additional revenue as possible from ancillary services such as baggage and priority boarding. The airlines therefore encourage purchase ...
Identifying and categorizing decision constructs used in business-to-consumer commercial transactions - an exploratory study
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Identifying essential and optional decision constructs in on-line transactional processes
Abstract Decision-making for users during an on-line transactional process has become fragmentarv’ and ‘start-stop’. Much of this discontinuance arises from decisions points that users or consumers are presented with. ...