Fatal Flaws in Information Sharing
This paper analyzes interorganizational information-sharing issues in three fatal incidents. We develop a framework to describe and examine the management of each incident's human, information, and technology resources
||Information Sharing, Interorganizational Systems, Decision-making, Collaboration, Data Quality
International Journal of Technology, Knowledge and Society, Volume 1, Issue 5, pp.93-100.
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Ed.M., M.B.A., D.B.A, (Harvard University) is an Associate Professor of Information Systems at Bentley College. She has over 130 publications in academic journals, proceedings, books, and trade publications.
MA, PhD (Indiana University) is a Professor of Government, at Bentley College. Her work appears in academic journals, trade publications, national and regional media outlets.
MS, PhD (Carnegie Mellon University), holds the Rae D. Anderson Chair of Accounting and Information Systems at Bentley College. She has over 100 publications in journals and proceedings.
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