Center Publications


  1. S. D. Müller, L. Mathiassen, C. Saunders and P. Kræmmergaard. Political Maneuvering During Business Process Transformation: A Pluralist Approach. Journal of the Association for Information Systems, Accepted 2016.
  2. N. Hassan and L. Mathiassen. Distilling a Body of Knowledge for Information Systems Development. Information Systems Journal, Accepted 2016.
  3. M. Germonprez, K. Kendall, J. Kendall, L. Mathiassen, B. Young and B. Warner. A Theory of Responsive Design: A Field Study of Corporate Engagement with Open Source Communities. Information Systems Research, Accepted 2016.
  4. S. Ghobadi and L. Mathiassen. Risks to Effective Knowledge Sharing in Agile Software Teams: A Model for Assessing and Mitigating Risks. Information Systems Journal. Accepted 2016.
  5. L. Mathiassen. Designing Engaged Scholarship: From Real-World Problems to Research Publications. Engaged Management Review. Accepted 2015.
  6. M. Kaul, J. B. Feng and L. Mathiassen. A Semantic Sense-and-respond Approach to Managing IT-enabled Buyer-supplier Relationships: An Action Research Study. International Journal of Business Information Systems. Accepted 2015.
  7. F. Svahn, L. Mathiassen, R. Lindgren and G. Kane. Mastering the Digital Innovation Challenge. MIT Sloan Management Review. Vol. 58, No. 3, 2017.
  8. F. Svahn, L. Mathiassen and R. Lindgren. Embracing Digital Innovation in Incumbent Firms: How Volvo Cars Managed Competing Concerns. MIS Quarterly. Vol. 41, No. 1, 239-253, 2017.
  9. B. Young, L. Mathiassen and E. Davidson. Inconsistent and Incongruent Frames during IT-enabled Change: An Action Research into sales Process Innovation. Journal of the Association for Information Systems. Vol. 17, No. 7, 495-520, 2016.
  10. N. Barqawi, L. Mathiassen, K. Syed and S. Vastani. Balancing Coordination and Autonomy during Post-acquisition within a High Tech Firm. International Journal of Innovation Management. Vol. 20, No. 3, 1-32, 2016.
  11. N. Barqawi, K. Syed and L. Mathiassen. Recurrent Release of Business-to-business Software Services: An Action Research Study. Journal of Business & Industrial Marketing. Vol. 31, No. 7, 928-940, 2016.
  12. S. Ghobadi and L. Mathiassen. Perceived Barriers to Effective Knowledge Sharing in Agile Software Teams. Information Systems Journal. Vol. 26, No. 2, 95-125, 2016.
  13. R. Singh, L. Mathiassen and A. Mishra. Organizational Path Constitution in Technological Innovation: Evidence from Rural Telehealth. MIS Quarterly. Vol. 39, No. 3, 643-665, 2015.
  14. V. Mindel and L. Mathiassen. Contextualist Inquiry into Hospital Revenue Cycle Transformation: Bridging Research and Practice. Journal of the Association for Information Systems. Vol. 16, No. 12, 1016-1057, 2015.
  15. L. Grabowski, C. Neher, T. Crim and L. Mathiassen. Competing Values in Voluntary Organization Development: An Extended Framework. Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly. Vol. 44, No. 5, 908-923, 2015.
  16. J. A. Switzer, R. Singh, L. Mathiassen, J. L. Waller, R. J. Adams and D. C. Hess. Variations in Intravenous Thrombolysis by Spoke Hospitals. Journal of Stroke and Cerebrovascular Diseases. Vol. 24, No. 4, 739-744, 2015.
  17. U. Bretschneider,  J. M. Leimeister and L. Mathiassen. IT-enabled Product Innovation: Customer Motivation for Participating in Virtual Idea Communities. International Journal of Product Development. Vol. 20, No. 2, 126-141, 2015.
  18. S. T. Weaver, P. S. Ellen and L. Mathiassen. Contextualist Inquiry into Organizational Citizenship: Promoting Recycling Across Heterogeneous Organizational Actors. Journal of Business Ethics. Vol. 129, No. 2, 413-428, 2015.
  19. J. E. Frisk, R. Lindgren and L. Mathiassen. Design Matters for Decision Makers: Discovering IT Investment Alternatives. European Journal of Information Systems. Vol. 23, 442-461, 2014.
  20. J. Sandberg, L. Mathiassen and N. Napier. Digital Options Theory for IT Capability Investment. Journal of the Association for Information Systems. Vol. 15, No. 7, 422-453, 2014.
  21. L. Mathiassen and A. Sandberg. Process Mass Customization in a Global Software Firm. IEEE Software. Vol. 31, No. 6, 62-69, 2014.
  22. J. Persson and L. Mathiassen. Investigating Multimodal Communication in Virtual Meetings: The Sharing of Dynamic Representations. Communications of the Association for Information Systems. Vol. 34, Article 79, 2014.
  23. R. Singh, L. Mathiassen, J. Switzer and R. Adams. Assimilation of Urgent Web-based Stroke Evaluation: A Study of Two Networks. JMIR Medical Informatics. Vol. 2, No. 1, e6, 2014.
  24.  O. Henfridsson, L. Mathiassen and F. Svahn. Managing Technological Change in the Digital Age: The Role of Architectural Frames. Journal of Information Technology, Vol. 29, No. 1, 27-43, 2014.
  25.  M. Alaranta and L. Mathiassen. Managing Risks in Post-Merger IS Integration. IEEE IT Professional, Vol. 16, No. 1, 30-40, 2014.
  26.  L. Mathiassen and N. Napier. Exploring Win-Win Contracts: An Appreciative Inquiry into IT Project Management. Journal of Information Technology Theory and Application, Vol. 14, No. 3, 5-29, 2014.
  27.  J. A. Nielsen, L. Mathiassen and S. Newell. Theorization and Translation in IT Institutionalization: Evidence from Danish Home Care. MIS Quarterly, Vol. 38, No.1, 165-186, 2014.
  28.  P. Levén, J. Holmström and L. Mathiassen. Managing Research and Innovation Networks: Evidence from a Government Sponsored Cross-Industry Program. Research Policy, Vol. 43, No. 1, 156-168, 2014.
  29.  J. A. Nielsen and L. Mathiassen. Interpretive Flexibility in Mobile Health: Lessons from a Government Sponsored Home Care Program. Journal of Medical Internet Research, Vol. 15, No. 10, e236, 2013.
  30.  L. Grabowski and L. Mathiassen. Real Estate Decision Making as Actor Networks. Journal of Corporate Real Estate, Vol. 15, No. 2, 136-149, 2013.
  31.  L. Mathiassen and A. Sandberg. How a Professionally Qualified Doctoral Student Bridged the Practice-Research Gap: A Confessional Account of Collaborative Practice Research. European Journal of Information Systems, Vol. 22, No. 4, 475-492, 2013.
  32.  J. Persson, L. Mathiassen and I. Aaen. Agile Distributed Software Development: Enacting Control through Media and Context. Information Systems Journal, Vol. 22, No. 6, 411-433, 2012.
  33.  K. Conboy, G. Fitzgerald and L. Mathiassen. Qualitative Methods Research in Information Systems: Motivations, Themes and Contributions. European Journal of Information Systems, Vol. 21, No. 2, 113-118, 2012. (Editorial)
  34.  L. Mathiassen, M. Chiasson and M. Germonprez. Style Composition in Action Research Publication. MIS Quarterly, Vol. 32, No. 2, 347-363, 2012
  35. Venkatesh, V., Rai, A., and Maruping, L., Information Systems Projects and Individual Developer Outcomes: Role of Project Managers and Process Control, Information Systems Research, in press.
  36. Ho, S.Y., and Rai, A., Continued Voluntary Participation Intention in Firm-Participating Open Source Software Projects, Information Systems Research, in press.
  37. Song, P., Xue,L., Rai, A., Zhang, C., The Ecosystem of Software Platform: A study of Asymmetric Cross-side Network effects and Platform Governance, MIS Quartely, in press.
  38. Romanow, D., Rai, A., and Keil, M., CPOE-Enabled Coordination:Appropriation for Deep Structure Use and Impacts on Patient Outcomes, MIS Quartely, in press.
  39. Romanow, D., Rai, A., and Keil, M., Does Extended CPOE Use Reduce Patient Length of Stay? International Journal of Medical Informatics, 97, 2017, 128-138. 102.
  40. Venkatesh, V., Rai, A., Sykes, T., and Aljafari, R., Combatting Infant Mortality in Rural India: Evidence From a Field Study of e-Health Kiosk Implementations, MIS Quarterly, 40(2), 2016, 353-380.
  41. Zhang, M., Gable, G., and Rai, A., Toward Principles of Construct Clarity: Exploring the Usefulness of Facet Theory in Conceptualization, Australian Journal of Information Systems, 2016, 20, 1- 16.
  42. Rai, A., Arikan, I., Pye, J., and Tiwana, A., Fit and Misfit of Plural Sourcing Strategies and IT-enabled Process Integration Capabilities: Consequences for Firm Performance in the U.S. Electric Utility Industry, MIS Quarterly, 39(4), 2015, 865-885.
  43. Tang. X., and Rai, A., How Should Process Capabilities Be Combined to Leverage Suppliers Competitively? European Journal of Operations Research, November 2014, 119-129.
  44. Beck, R., Rai, A., Fischbach, K., and Keil, M., Untangling Knowledge Creation and Knowledge Integration in Enterprise Wikis, Journal of Business Economics, 85, 2015, 389-420.
  45. Rigdon, E. Becker, J-M., Rai, A., Ringle, C., Diamantopoulos, A., Karahanna, E., Straub, D., and Dijkstra, T., Conflating Antecedents and Formative Indicators: A Comment on Aguirre-Urreta and Marakas, Information Systems Research, 25 (4), December 2014, 780-784.
  46. Im, G., and Rai, A., IT-Enabled Coordination for Ambidextrous Interorganizational Relationships, Information Systems Research, 2014, 25(1), 72-92.
  47. Rai, A., and Tang, X., IT-enabled Business Models: A Conceptual Framework and A Coevolution Perspective for Future Research, Information Systems Research, 2014, 25 (1), 1-14.
  48. Sharma, S., and Rai, A., Adopting IS Process Innovations in Organizations: The Role of IS Leaders' Individual Factors and Technology Perceptions in Decision Making, European Journal of Information Systems, 24(1), 2015, 23-37.
  49. Rai, A., Chen, L., Pye, J., and Baird, A., Understanding Determinants of Consumer Mobile Health (mHealth) Usage Intentions, Assimilation, and Channel Preferences, Journal of Medical Internet Research Electronic Version.
  50. Rai, A., and Hornyak, R., The Impact of Sourcing Enterprise System Use and Work Process Context on Sourcing Professional Job Outcomes, Journal of Operations Management,2013, 31<6), 474-488.
  51. Hsieh, Po-An JJ., Sharma, P., Rai, A., Parasuraman, A., Exploring the Zone of Tolerance for Internal Customers in an IT-Enabled Service Context, Journal of Services Research, August 2013, 16(3), 277-294.
  52. Keil, M., Rai, A., and Liu, S., How User and Requirement Risks Moderate the Effects of Formal and Informal Controls on IT Project Performance, European Journal of Information Systems, November 2013, 22, 650-672.
  53. Keil, M., Rai, A., and Liu, S., How user risk and requirements risk moderate the effects of formal and informal control on the process performance of IT projects, European Journal of Information Systems, November 2013, 22, 650-672.
  54. Becker, J-M., Rai, A., Voleckner, F., and Ringle, C., Discovering Unobserved Heterogeneity in Structural Equation Models, MIS Quarterly, September 2013, 37(3), 665-694.
  55. Li, X., Hsieh, Po-An JJ., and Rai, A., Motivational Differences across Post-Acceptance IS Usage Behaviors: An Investigation in the Business Intelligence Systems Context, Information Systems Research, September 2013, 24(3), 659-682.
  56. Rai, A., Keil, M., Hornyak, R., and Wullenweber, K., Hybrid Relational-Contractual Governance for Business Process Outsourcing, Journal of Management Information Systems, 29(2), 213-256.
  57. Hsieh, Po-An J.J., Rai, A., Petter, S.C., and Zhang, Ting, Impact of Mandated CRM Use on Employee Service Quality, MIS Quarterly, 2012, 36 (4), 1065-1080. Rai, A., Keil, M., Hornyak, R., and Wullenweber, K., Interaction of Relational and Contractual Governance in Business Process Outsourcing, Journal of Management Information Systems, 29(2), 213-256.
  58. Tang.X., and Rai, A., The Moderating Effects of Supplier Portfolio Characteristics on the Competitive Performance Impacts of Supplier-Facing Process Capabilities, Journal of Operations Management, 2012, 85-98.
  59. Rai, A., Pavlou, P., Im, G., and Du, S., Inter-firm IT Capabilities and Communications for Co-creating Relational Value: Evidence from the Logistics Industry, MIS Quarterly 2012, 36(1), 233-262.
  60. Maruping, L.M., Venkatesh, V., Thatcher, S.M.B., and Patel, P.C. “Folding under pressure or rising to the occasion? Perceived time pressure and the moderating role of team temporal leadership.” Academy of Management Journal, forthcoming
  61. Maruping, L.M., and Magni, M. Motivating employees to explore and use collaboration technology in team contexts. MIS Quarterly, forthcoming.
  62. Windeler, J. B., Maruping, L. M., and Venkatesh, V. Systems development risk factors: The role of empowering leadership in lowering developers’ stress. Information Systems Research. Forthcoming.
  63. Windeler, J. B., Maruping, L. M., Reimenschneider, C., and Robert Jr., L. P. E-profiles, conflict, and shared understanding in distributed teams. Journal of the Association of Information Systems. Forthcoming.
  64. Matook, S., and Maruping, L. M. (2014). A competency model for customer representatives in agile software development projects. MIS Quarterly Executive, 13(2) 77-95.
  65. Magni, M., & Maruping, L. M. (2013). Sink or swim: Empowering leadership and overload in teams’ ability to deal with the unexpected. Human Resource Management, 52(5) 715-739.
  66. Magni, M., Maruping, L. M., Hoegl, M., & Proserpio, L. (2013). Managing the unexpected across space: Improvisation, dispersion and performance in NPD teams. Journal of Product Innovation Management, 30(5) 1009-1026.
  67. Maruping, L. M., & Magni, M. (2012). What’s the weather like? The effect of team learning climate, empowerment climate, and gender on individuals’ technology exploration and use. Journal of Management Information Systems, 29(1) 79-113.