ORGB 430v1: Information Systems and Organizational Design Report a Broken Link

The following online articles are required reading for ORGB 430. No single source is available that provides an integrated discussion on the varied topics covering this interesting and vast subject. The articles presented here are the result of in-depth research on this fascinating topic. Scholarly articles from reputable journals have been selected, most of them based on empirical studies. The purpose of providing full journal articles to you is to concentrate on the abstract, literature review and summary (in most articles) while spending some time in discussion on the research findings (in some articles).

Lesson 1

Hitt, L. M., & Brynjolfsson, E. Information technology and internal firm organization: An exploratory analysis.
Kenyon, K. Incentive system a hit at First Tennessee
Expert systems and Australian Taxation administration Mark Burt, Project Manager for Expert Systems at the Australian Taxation Office, explains how they are using XpertRule to develop an Expert Taxation System
Gilbert, S. M., & Jones, M. G. E-learning is e-normous: Training over the Internet has become the fastest-growing workplace performance improvement tool—and utilities are using it in several ways

Lesson 2

Freeland, D. G., & Stirton, S. Organizing for e-commerce You need Adobe Acrobat Reader to open this file. Download Adobe Reader software for no charge at

Lesson 3

Lee, C. C., & Grover, V. Exploring mediation between environmental and structural attributes: The penetration of communication technologies in manufacturing organizations

Lesson 4

Grover, V., Fiedler, K. D., & Teng, J. T. C. The role of organizational and information technology antecedents in reengineering initiation behavior

Lesson 5

Robey, D., & Boudreau, M. Accounting for the contradictory organizational consequences of information technology: Theoretical directions and methodological implications

Lesson 6

Byrd, T. A., & Turner, D. E. Measuring the flexibility of information technology infrastructure: Exploratory analysis of a construct

Lesson 7

Gold, A. H., Malhotra, A., & Segars, A. H. Knowledge management: An organizational capabilities perspective

Lesson 8

Truman, G. E. Integration in electronic exchange environments

Lesson 9

Benamati, J., & Lederer, A. L. Rapid information technology change, coping mechanisms, and the emerging technologies group

Lesson 10

Karimi, J., Somers, T. M., & Gupta, Y. P. Impact of information technology management practices on customer service

Lesson 11

Nambisan, S., Agarwal, R., & Tanniru, M. Organizational mechanisms for enhancing user innovation in information technology You need Adobe Acrobat Reader to open this file. Download Adobe Reader software for no charge at

Lesson 12

King, W. R., & Sethi, V. An empirical assessment of the organization of transnational information systems