Journal: Information and Organization

Volume 18, Issue 4

235 -- 250Brian T. Pentland, Martha S. Feldman. Designing routines: On the folly of designing artifacts, while hoping for patterns of action
251 -- 279Ruey-Lin Hsiao, Se-Hwa Wu, Sheng-Tsung Hou. Sensitive cabbies: Ongoing sense-making within technology structuring
280 -- 302Heinz K. Klein, Rudy Hirschheim. The structure of the IS discipline reconsidered: Implications and reflections from a community of practice perspective
303 -- 333Cecil Chua Eng Huang, Jonathan Wareham. Parasitism and Internet auction fraud: An exploration

Volume 18, Issue 3

159 -- 176Paul M. Leonardi, Stephen R. Barley. Materiality and change: Challenges to building better theory about technology and organizing
177 -- 204Leigh Jin, Daniel Robey. Bridging social and technical interfaces in organizations: An interpretive analysis of time-space distanciation
205 -- 234Anand Jeyaraj, Rajiv Sabherwal. Adoption of information systems innovations by individuals: A study of processes involving contextual, adopter, and influencer actions

Volume 18, Issue 2

73 -- 100Rajeev Sharma, Philip Yetton, Robert W. Zmud. Implementation costs of IS-enabled organizational change
101 -- 131Lars Andreas Knutsen, Kalle Lyytinen. Messaging specifications, properties and gratifications as institutions: How messaging institutions shaped wireless service diffusion in Norway and Japan
132 -- 156João Vieira da Cunha, Wanda J. Orlikowski. Performing catharsis: The use of online discussion forums in organizational change
157 -- 0Adrian Yeow, Sia Siew Kien. Addendum to Negotiating best practices in package software implementation [Information and Organization 18 (2008) 1-28]

Volume 18, Issue 1

1 -- 28Adrian Yeow, Sia Siew Kien. Negotiating best practices in package software implementation
29 -- 50Catrina Alferoff, David Knights. Customer relationship management in call centers: The uneasy process of re(form)ing the subject through the people-by-numbers approach
51 -- 72François-Xavier de Vaujany. Capturing reflexivity modes in IS: A critical realist approach