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  • Building a dolmen: an ISD approach to the management of innovation 

    Costello, Gabriel; Conboy, Kieran; Donnellan, Brian (Springer, 2008-10-24)
    This paper addresses a ¿challenge in practice¿ by describing the initial stage of an information systems development (ISD) project to support the management of innovation within a subsidiary of APC-MGE. To begin with, a ...
  • The diffusion of WOZ: expanding the topology of IS innovations 

    Costello, Gabriel (Palgrave Macmillan, 2006-12-05)
    The growth and diffusion of self-service technology (SST) over the last decade has resulted in an increasing number of business and government transactions being completed without human assistance. One innovation in this ...
  • Proposing a formalised model for mindful information systems offshoring 

    Costello, Gabriel; Donnelan, Brian (Springer Verlag, 2009-10-26)
    The central thesis of this paper is that Mathematical Economics can provide a novel approach to the examination of offshoring business decisions and provide an impetus for future research in the area. A growing body of ...
  • Seeking the face of innovation with the ethical compass of Emmanuel Levinas. 

    Costello, Gabriel; Donnellan, Brian (Springer Verlag, 2008)
    A recent biographer has described the philosophy of Emmanuel Levinas as being permeated by one simple but profound theme: western philosophy has at best ignored and at worst suppressed the ¿Other¿. The approach of this ...
  • The triple helix, open innovation and the DOI research agenda. 

    Costello, Gabriel; Donnellan, Brian (Springer Verlag, 2007-01-07)
    This paper examines the implications for research on the diffusion of innovations (DOI) arising from a growing body of literature in two related fields. The first area concerns the debate on the role of regional and national ...
  • The wizard of OZ: instilling a resilient heart into self-service business applications 

    Costello, Gabriel (Springer, 2006)
    Speech enabled business applications are characterized by complex implementations that bring together language processing technologies, applications development, and end-user psychology. Resilience is critical to ...