Australasian Journal of Information Systems

The Australasian Journal of Information Systems (AJIS) is an international quality, peer reviewed journal covering innovative research and practice in Information Systems.

AJIS publishes high quality contributions to theory and practice in the global Information Systems (IS) discipline. It is particularly interested in IS knowledge drawn from or applied to Australasia and in the Asia-Pacific region. The journal welcomes submissions on research and conceptual development based in a very wide range of inquiry methods, ways of thinking and modes of expression.

AJIS has been published since 1993.

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The current Editor-in-Chief is Associate Professor John Lamp, who can be contacted at AJIS.EiC@gmail.com

Announcements

 

AJIS Article Release: Development of a Theoretical Framework to Investigate Alignment of Big Data in Healthcare through a Social Representation Lens

 
Weerasinghe, K., Pauleen, D., Scahill, S., & Taskin, N. (2018). Development of a Theoretical Framework to Investigate Alignment of Big Data in Healthcare through a Social Representation Lens. Australasian Journal of Information Systems, 22. doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.3127/ajis.v22i0.1617  
Posted: 2018-01-15 More...
 

AJIS Article Release: Getting it right! Critical Success Factors of BPM in the Public Sector: A Systematic Literature Review

 
Syed, R., Bandara, W., French, E., & Stewart, G. (2018). Getting it right! Critical Success Factors of BPM in the Public Sector: A Systematic Literature Review. Australasian Journal of Information Systems, 22. doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.3127/ajis.v22i0.1265
 
 
Posted: 2018-01-09 More...
 

Special Section CFP: Research on Role of Technology in Workforce Management

 
Recent advancements in human resource management (HRM) and organizational behavior (OB) are predominantly technology driven that require techno-savvy human resource managers. In general, the quest for effective and efficient workforce management has led to embracing digitization. It does affect the several stages of HR process such as recruitment, selection, performance appraisal, demand forecasting, supply forecasting, job description, job specification, job analysis, job evaluation, training and development, career planning and development, succession planning, etc. Technology as a disruptor in the workplace has major consequences for employees and employers.  
Posted: 2017-06-11 More...
 
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Vol 22 (2018)

Table of Contents

Editorial

John W Lamp
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Research Articles

Rehan Syed, Wasana Bandara, Erica French, Glenn Stewart
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Kasuni Weerasinghe, David Pauleen, Shane Scahill, Nazim Taskin
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