Über den Autor
Ned Kock is Associate Professor and Chair of the Department of MIS and Decision Science at Texas A&M International University. He holds degrees in electronics engineering (BEE), computer science (MSc), and management information systems (PhD). Ned has published in a number of journals including Communications of the ACM, Decision Support Systems, IEEE Transactions on Education, IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management, IEEE Transactions on Professional Communication, Information & Management, Information Systems Journal, Information Technology & People, Journal of Organizational Computing and Electronic Commerce, Journal of Systems and Information Technology, MIS Quarterly, and Organization Science. His research interests include action research, ethical and legal issues in technology research and management, e-collaboration, and business process improvement.
Part I: Conceptual and Methodological Issues; Part II: Applied Research and Challenges; Part III: Research Syntheses and Debate;.
The range of topics covered in Emerging E-Collaboration Concepts and Applications are broad and representative of the state-of-the-art discussion of conceptual and applied e-collaboration issues. Business organizations in the last 10 years have increasingly relied on distributed collaborative processes to maintain their competitiveness. E-collaboration technologies are at the source of something that underlies most business, political, and even societal developments intense human collaboration. Emerging E-Collaboration Concepts and Applications is organized in three main parts: conceptual and methodological issues, applied research and challenges, and research syntheses and debate.