Information Sharing Beyond Firm Boundaries: A Taxonomy and Research Framework. Kumar, S. In Proceedings of the 16th Americas Conference on Information Systems (AMCIS) 2012.
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Information Technology has brought significant business benefits to organizations. IT has allowed greater information sharing within and across firms leading to performance improvements. However, a comprehensive understanding of how information sharing beyond firm boundaries results in business value for the firm and what factors affect the resulting business value is still lacking in both research and practice. This paper presents an integrated taxonomy and a research model that provides a framework for studying business value of information sharing beyond firm boundaries.
@inproceedings{kumar_information_nodate,
	title = {Information {Sharing} {Beyond} {Firm} {Boundaries}: {A} {Taxonomy} and {Research} {Framework}},
	shorttitle = {Information {Sharing} {Beyond} {Firm} {Boundaries}},
	abstract = {Information Technology has brought significant business benefits to organizations. IT has allowed greater information sharing within and across firms leading to performance improvements. However, a comprehensive understanding of how information sharing beyond firm boundaries results in business value for the firm and what factors affect the resulting business value is still lacking in both research and practice. This paper presents an integrated taxonomy and a research model that provides a framework for studying business value of information sharing beyond firm boundaries.},
	booktitle = {Proceedings of the 16th {Americas} {Conference} on {Information} {Systems} ({AMCIS}) 2012},
	author = {Kumar, Sanjeev}
}
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