• 2017 Vol. 12 Interdisciplinary Journal of Information, Knowledge, and Management


Volume 12, 2017

Table of Contents for the Interdisciplinary Journal of Information, Knowledge, and Management, Volume 12, 2017
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Kennedy Njenga
Aim/Purpose: Violations of Information Systems (IS) security policies continue to generate great anxiety amongst many organizations that use information systems, partly because these violations are carried out by internal employees. This article addresses IS security policy violations in organizational settings, and conceptualizes and problematizes IS security violations by employees of organizati ...
information security, violations, paradox, systematic literature review (SLR), security policies
1 - 15
Chien-Ta Ho, Jhong-Min Yang, Wei-Ting Chen
Aim/Purpose: This study uses a cosmetic virtual community (VC) as the research context and the UTAUT model as the theoretical structure aim to explore factors affecting the re-usage intentions of VC members. 

Background: The Internet use rate of VC was up to 50%, thereby implying that VC gained the attention of Internet users. Therefore, operating a VC will be an effective way to communicate w ...
virtual community, cosmetic products, UTAUT model, structural equation modelling approach, effort expectancy, performance expectancy, social influ-ence, trust, re-usage intentions
17 - 36


Benjamin Wagner vom Berg, Jorge Marx Gómez, Alexander Sandau
Aim/Purpose: The topic of this study is the ICT-enabled transformation of car dealerships to regional providers of sustainable mobility (e.g., car sharing). 

Background: Car dealerships offer specific conditions that enable a sustainable mobility offer, based on individual motorized transport like car sharing. This is especially useful in small towns or rural areas where people’s mobility is st ...
car dealership, automotive retailer, car sharing, SusCRM, sustainability CRM, sustainable mobility, rural regions
37 - 51
Vaughan Henriques, Maureen Tanner
Background/Aim/Purpose: A commonly implemented software process improvement framework is the capability maturity model integrated (CMMI). Existing literature indicates higher levels of CMMI maturity could result in a loss of agility due to its organizational focus. To maintain agility, research has focussed attention on agile maturity models. The objective of this paper is to find the common resea ...
Agile, Scrum, XP, Maturity Model, Agile Maturity Model, Agile Process Improve-ment
53 - 73


Ahmed A. Al-Hunaiyyan, Andrew T Bimba, Norisma Idris, Salah Al-Sharhan
Aim/Purpose: This work aims to present a knowledge modeling technique that supports the representation of the student learning process and that is capable of providing a means for self-assessment and evaluating newly acquired knowledge. The objective is to propose a means to address the pedagogical challenges in m-learning by aiding students’ metacognition through a model of a student with the tar ...
m-learning, pedagogy, mobile device, knowledge modeling
75 - 98
Shreyas Suresh Rao, Ashalatha Nayak
Aim/Purpose: A vital business activity within socio-technical enterprises is tacit knowledge externalization, which elicits and explicates tacit knowledge of enterprise employees as external knowledge. The aim of this paper is to integrate diverse aspects of externalization through the Enterprise Ontology model. 

Background: Across two decades, researchers have explored various aspects of tacit ...
tacit knowledge, enterprise ontology, socio-technical enterprise, externalization, certainty-factor
99 - 124
Jeanne Moore
Aim/Purpose: This journal paper seeks to understand historical aspects of data management, leading to the current data issues faced by organizational executives in relation to big data and how best to present the information to circumvent big data challenges for executive strategic decision making. 

Background: This journal paper seeks to understand what executives value in data visualization, b ...
big data, data analytics, data visualization, cognitive fit theory, Cynefin Frame-work, executive strategic decision making
125 - 138
Abdul Waheed, Jianhua Yang, Jon K. Webber
Aim/Purpose: The present study investigates the relationship between the five-factor model (FFM) of personality traits and sales performance in Pakistan. 

Background: Personality is a well-researched area in which numerous studies have examined the correlation between personality traits and job performance. In this study, a positive effect between the various dimensions of the five-factor mode ...
personality traits, five-factor model (FFM), sales performance, sales force of Pakistan, females, religious and cultural forces
139 - 157
Alrence S Halibas, Rowena Ocier Sibayan, Rolou Lyn Maata
Aim/Purpose: Countries today strategically pursue regional development and economic diversification to compete in the world market. Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) are at the crux of this political strategy. The paper reviews how HEIs can propel regional socio-economic growth and development by way of research innovation and entrepreneurship. 
Background: Offering an academic perspective ab ...
entrepreneurship, HEI, innovation, knowledge economy, Penta Helix
159 - 174


Joy Fluker, Meg Coffin Murray
Aim/Purpose: Unified Communications (UC) is touted as a technology that will transform business communication. While positive claims abound, the factors of UC attributable to its success have yet to be identified. By examining how users perceive UC impacts productivity, this study aids organizations in making better decisions regarding investments in and usage of communications technologies. 

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Unified Communications (UC), business communications, communications channels, perceived productivity
175 - 187
Isaac Asampana, Albert Akanlisikum Akanferi, James Ami-Narh
Aim/Purpose: This study investigates the factors that affect the post implementation success of a web-based learning management system at the University of Professional Studies, Accra (UPSA). 

Background: UPSA implemented an LMS to blend Web-based learning environment with the traditional methods of education to enable working students to acquire education. 

Methodology: An explanatory sequen ...
web-based learning, information system, information technology, IT infrastructure, web-based learning management system, Moodle
189 - 208


Iris A Humala
Aim/Purpose: This study aims to develop a descriptive typology to better identify leadership toward creativity in virtual work in different types of companies. 

Background: The study empirically explores how leadership toward creativity occurs in virtual work and uses the theoretical lenses of creativity-conducive leadership and heterarchy to generate a typology. 

Methodology : A multiple qua ...
virtual work, creativity, leadership, typology, heterarchy
209 - 243
Millicent Agangiba, salah Kabanda
Aim/Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to examine the key research foci, methodologies, and theoretical perspectives adopted by researchers when studying E-government accessibility for persons with disabilities (PWDs), particularly in developing countries. The study aims to develop a conceptual framework for designing accessible E-government for PWDs in developing countries. 

Background: Stu ...
e-government accessibility, persons with disabilities, developing countries
245 - 268


Uzoma Heman Ononye, Anthony Igwe
Aim/Purpose: Facebook has made it possible for organisation to embrace social and network centric knowledge processes by creating opportunities to connect, interact, and collaborate with stakeholders. We have witnessed a significant increase in the popularity and use of this tool in many organisations, especially in the private sector. But the utilisation of Facebook in public organisations is at ...
social media, Facebook, knowledge sharing
269 - 282
Ayman N. Alkhaldi
Aim/Purpose: This work aims to understand why a disparity between the popularity of smart phones and the limited adoption of m-banking exists. Accordingly, this study investigates factors that affect a person’s decision to adopt m-banking services. Such an investigation seeks to determine if and to what extent customers’ mobile phone experience as well as their awareness of m-banking services infl ...
mobile banking, mobile commerce, mobile phone experience, awareness of services, behavioral intention to use
283 - 308


Shamsudeen Ladan Shagari, Akilah Abdullah, Rafeah Mat Saat
Aim/Purpose: The purpose of this study is to investigate the interrelationship among the quality measures of information system success, including system quality, information, quality, and service quality, that eventually influence accounting information systems effectiveness.

Background: It is generally believed that investment in an information system offers opportunities to organizations for b ...
accounting information systems effectiveness, system quality, information quality, service quality, Nigeria
309 - 335
Andre Calitz, Margaret Cullen
Aim/Purpose: This paper aims to present an example of the application of a Knowledge Man-agement (KM) framework to automotive original component manufacturers (OEMs). The objective is to explore KM according to the four pillars of a selected KM framework.

Background: This research demonstrates how a framework, namely the George Washington University’s Four Pillar Framework, can be used to determi ...
knowledge management, knowledge management system, framework, automotive industry

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