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by Dr Dora Inés Rizzuto
by Dr Edwin “Leigh” Armistead
|A Cost Optimizing Model for IT Security|
by Dr Jüri Kivimaa,
| Work Engagement, Disengagement and Meaningfulness|
by Dr Trevor Long
| Conveniencing the Family In Agri-Based Processing Enterprise:|
A Grounded Theory Study Of Strategic Leaders’
Cultural Assumptions And Strategising Activities
by Dr Macdonald Isaac Kanyangale
| An Exploratory Study of Inter-generational Knowledge Transfer within the Project Management Profession|
by Dr Gabriella Colombo
|Time is Value|
by Dr Peter J. Clark
|Examination of the Historical Sensemaking Processes Representing the Development of Knowledge Management Programs in Universities|
by Dr Michael J.D. Sutton
|E-Commerce Information Systems (ECIS) Success|
by Dr Shaun Pather
|The Application of Market Power Theory as a Value Driver for Information Technology Investment Decisions|
by Dr Paul Griffiths