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Journal Papers

  1. ***Sedera, D. Lokuge, S. Grover, V. Xu, D. (2018) “Firm Readiness for Digital Innovations: Development and empirical calibration of a construct for future IS” Information and Management, (forthcoming). ABDC A*
  2. **Palekar, S. Sedera, D. “Influence of Social Broadcasting Networks on News Consumption” The Australasian Journal of Information Systems, (forthcoming), ABDC A
  3. ***Sedera, D. Tan, FTC Elie-Dit-Cosaque, C (2018) “Special Issue Editorial: Enterprise Systems Frontiers” Journal of Information Technology Theory and Application (JITTA) 19 (2), 1 ABDC A
  4. **Tan, F. Tan, B. Wang, W. Sedera, D. (2017) “IT-enabled operational agility: An interdependencies perspective” Information and Management, 54(3), 292-303. ABDC A*
  5. ***Sedera, Lokuge, Atapattu, Gretzel (2017) “Likes – the key to my happiness: The moderating effect of social influence on travel experience” Information and Management, 54(6), 825-836. ABDC A*
  6. ***Sedera, D. Lokuge, S. Tushi, B. Tan, F (2017) “Multi-Disciplinary Green IT Archival Analysis: A Pathway for Future Studies” Communications of the Association for Information Systems (in press) ABDC A
  7. **Walther, S. Sedera, D. Urbach, N. Eymann, T. Otto, B. Sarker, S. (2017) “Should We Stay or Should We Go? Analyzing Innovation Continuance of Cloud-Based Enterprise Systems” Journal of Information Technology Theory and Application (in press) ABDC A
  8. ** Lokuge, S. Sedera, D. (2017) “Can Enterprise Systems Foster Innovation in Contemporary Firms? A Multiple Case Analysis” Journal of Information Technology Theory and Application (in press) ABDC A
  9. ***Sedera, Lokuge, Grover, Sarker and Sarker (2016) Innovating with “Enterprise Systems and Digital Platforms: A Contingent Resource-Based Theory View,” Information and Management, 53(3), 366-379. ABDC A*
  10. *** Sedera (2016) “Does Size Matter? The Implications of Firm Size on Enterprise Systems Success, Australasian Journal of Information Systems (AJIS), ABDC A
  11. **Atapattu, Sedera, Grover, Ravichandran (2016) “Customers’ view of agility: The expectation-confirmation theory perspective” Asia Pacific Journal of Information Systems, 26 (1), 80-108
  12. **Palekar and Sedera “Competing-Complementarity of Social Media on News Organizations” (2015) Pacific Asian Journal of IS (PAJIS), 25 (2)
  13. **Salem, Sedera et al. (2015) “Moving from Evaluation to Trial: How do SMEs Start Adopting Cloud ERP” The Australasian Journal of IS (AJIS) ABDC A
  14. **Salem, Sedera et al. (2015) “Non-linear and liner postulations of technology adoption determinants” Journal of Engineering and Applied Sciences
  15. ***Atapattu, Palekar, Sedera (2015) “Unveiling the Black Markets of Pooled Assets” The Australasian Journal of IS (AJIS), ABDC A
  16. ***Atapattu, M Sedera, D. (2014) “Agility in Consumer Retail: Sense-Response Alignment through the Eyes of Customers”, The Australasian Journal of IS (AJIS), Ranking: ABDC A; The Australian newspaper and Chanel 7 carried this in their news bulletin
  17. ***Sedera, D. (2014) Krcmar, Srivastava, Lokuge, and Ravishankar, “The Future of Outsourcing in the Asia-Pacific Region: Implications for Research and Practice—Panel Report from PACIS 2014” The Communications of the AIS (CAIS), Ranking: ABDC A
  18. ***Sedera, D. (2014) Tate, McLean and Burton-Jones, “Information Systems Success Research: The “20-Year Update?” The Communications of the AIS (CAIS), Ranking: ABDC A
  19. ***Eden, R., Sedera, D., (2014) Tan, F. “Sustaining the Momentum: Archival Analysis of Enterprise Resource Planning Systems (2006-2012)” The Communications of the AIS (CAIS), Ranking: ABDC A;
  20. ***Subasingha, M., Sedera, D., (2014) Srivastava, S. C., Murphy G., “Intra-organizational Information Asymmetry in Offshore ISD-outsourcing” VINE: The Journal of Information and Knowledge Management Systems, Ranking: ABDC B
  21. ***Sedera, D. (2013) Dey, S “User Expertise in Contemporary Information Systems: Conceptualization, Measurement and Application Information & Management,” Information and Management, Ranking: ABDC A*; Impact Factor: 3.8
  22. ***Sedera, D (2010) Gable, G “Knowledge Management Competence for Enterprise System Success”, Journal of Strategic Information Systems (JSIS) Volume 19, pp 296-306, Ranking: Senior Scholars’ Basket of top-6 IS journals in the world
  23. ***Sedera, D. (2008) Gable, G. Chan, T. “Re-conceptualizing Information System Success: The IS-Impacts measurement model” Journal of the Association for Information Systems (JAIS) Volume 9, Issue 7, pp.377-408, July 2008, Ranking: Senior Scholars’ Basket of top-6 IS journals in the world, Impact Factor: 2.3
  24. **Sedera, D (2013) Parsaeemehr, M., Rezea, F. “Personality type of investors and perceptions of Financial Information to Make Decisions” Asian Economic and Financial Review, Volume: 3, Issue: 3
  25. ***Sedera, D (2011) Ahmad M N, Zakaria N H “Ontology-based Knowledge Management for Enterprise Systems”, International Journal of Enterprise Information Systems, Volume 7, 4, 2011
  26. ***Sedera, D (2011) Wang, W “Supply Chain Management Benefits Management Framework”, Journal of Information Technology Case and Application Research, Sep 2011

 

Papers Accepted to the International Conference on Information Systems – The premier conference in Information Systems

  1. *** Sedera, D. Lokuge, S (2018) “Is Digital Hoarding a Mental Disorder? Development of a Construct for Digital Hoarding for Future IS Research” San Francisco, USA
  2. *** Sedera, D. Lokuge, S. Chandrasekara, D (2017) “Human Degradation with the use of Social Media: A Theological Perspective” Seoul, Korea
  3. ***Sedera, D. Lokuge, S. Salleh, NAM, Moghavvemi, S. Palekar, S. (2016) Spoilt for choice: When user-system relationship becomes one-to-many, The International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS 2016)
  4. ***Lokuge, S. Sedera, D. (2016) Is your IT eco-system ready to facilitate organizational innovation? Deriving an IT eco-system readiness measurement model, The International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS 2016)
  5. ***Sedera, D (2015), Rahman, A. Recker, J “Poster-Lurker Behaviour in Enterprise Social Media” in proceedings of the International Conference on Information Systems, Texas, USA
  6. ***Sedera, D (2015) Nuwangi “Equipment Re-use in IS” in proceedings of the International Conference on Information Systems, Texas, USA
  7. ***Sedera, D (2015) Palekar, Atapattu, Lokuge “Spiral of Silence in Enterprise Social Networks” in proceedings of the  International Conference on Information Systems, Texas, USA
  8. ***Sedera, D (2014) Eden, R. “The Largest Admitted IT Project Failure in the Southern Hemisphere: A Teaching Case”, in proceedings of the International Conference on Information Systems, Auckland, New Zealand
  9. ***Sedera (2014) Palekar, S. Responding to Black Markets: Role of IT and Network Structures” in proceedings at the International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS 14) 4-7 Dec, Auckland, New Zealand
  10. ***Sedera, D (2013) Nuwangi, M, Srivastava, S. “Information systems development outsourcing: the role of control configurations”, in proceedings of the International Conference on Information Systems, Milan, Italy
  11. ***Sedera, D (2013) Eden, R. McLean, E. “Are we there yet? Theorizing IS success”, in proceedings of the International Conference on Information Systems, Milan, Italy
  12. ***Sedera (2013) Palekar, S. competing Complementarity of Social Media” in proceedings at the International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS 13) 4-7 Dec, Milan, Italy
  13. ***Sedera, D (2012) Nuwangi, M, Murphy, G. “Information Asymmetry in Offshore Software Development Outsourcing: The Control Theory View”, in proceedings of the International Conference on Information Systems, Orlando, USA
  14. ***Sedera, D (2012) Eden, R. “Addressing the stagger: Past, Present and Future of ERP Research”, in proceedings of the International Conference on Information Systems, Orlando, USA
  15. ***Sedera (2011) Wand, W. A Benefit Expectation Management Framework for Supply Chain Management Systems” in proceedings at the International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS 11) 4-7 Dec, Shanghai, China
  16. ***Sedera, D. (2009) Wang, W. “Towards a SCM and CRM Benefits Measurement Model” in proceedings of the International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS ‘09), 15-18 Dec, Phoenix, USA
  17. ***Sedera, D. (2009) Gable, G. “Formative and Reflective Measurement and Validation Mismatch in Survey Research: An archival analysis of Information Systems Success Constructs 1985-2007” in proceedings of the International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS ‘09), Phoenix, USA
  18. ***Sedera, D. (2008) and Dey, S. “Expert Performance in Information Systems” in proceedings of the International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS ‘08), Paris, France
  19. ***Sedera, D. (2008) and Tan, F. “Introducing a Business Process and Software Centric Approach for Enterprise System Teaching” in proceedings of the International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS ‘08), Paris
  20. ***Sedera, D. (2004) and Gable, G. “A Factor and Structural Equation analysis of the Enterprise Systems Success Measurement Model“ in proceedings of the International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS), Washington, D.C., USA, Dec 12 – 17
  21. ***Sedera, D. (2003) Gable, G. Chan, T. “Enterprise Systems Success: a measurement model”, in proceedings of the International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS), Seattle, USA, Dec 14-17

 

Books and Book Chapters

  1. *** Sedera, D (2017) Lokuge, S “Innovating with Digital Technologies” Springer Publications.
  2. ***Sedera, D (2015) Sumner, M. Gronau, N. “Enterprise System: “Strategic, Organizational, and Technological Dimensions” Springer Publications.
  3. **** FTC Tan, D Sedera Teaching with Enterprise Systems: A Three Phased Roadmap in Enterprise Systems. Strategic, Organizational, and Technological Dimensions
  4. W Wang, FTC Tan, Sedera, D.  A Benefit Expectation Management Framework for Supply Chain Management Systems in Enterprise Systems. Strategic, Organizational, and Technological Dimensions
  5. ***Sedera, D (2014) DeLone W. McLean “Future of Information Systems Success: Opportunities and Challenges” in the Volume 2 Computing Handbook Set, Third Edition, edited by Heikki Topi and Allen Tucker. Boca Raton: Taylor and Francis, 2014.
  6. ***Sedera, D. (2008) “Size Matters! Enterprise System Success in Medium and Large Organizations” in the Encyclopaedia of Research on Enterprise Systems (2008), Idea Publishing Group.
  7. ***Sedera D. (2004) “A Balanced Scorecard Approach to Enterprise Systems Performance Measurement – Examples from the Australian Public Sector”, Australian CPA journal.
  8. ***Sedera, D. (2002) “Enterprise Systems Performance: a Balanced Scorecard Approach” – CRMToday available on http://www.crm2day.com/erp/erp-2.php
  9. ***Sedera, D. (2009) “Hands on Enterprise System Configuration” [ISBN: 978-0-646-47746-6].
  10. ***Sedera, D. Magal, S. Dey, S. (2007) “Hands on Enterprise Systems Execution” [ISBN: 978-0-646-47746-6]

ABDC A (or greater) Peer-Reviewed Conference Papers (past 5 years)

  1. Lokuge, S. Sedera, D. Nanayakkara, S. (2018) “Innovate or Copy: A qualitative document analysis of entrepreneurship in developing countries” Twenty-Sixth European Conference on Information Systems, England 2018
  2. Lokuge, S. Sedera, D. (2018) “The Clash of the Leaders: The impact of leadership types for resources bundling”, Twenty-Second Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems, Japan 2018
  3. Maduka Nuwangi, M. Sedera, D. Srivastava, SC. (2018) “Multi-layered Control Mechanisms in Software Development Outsourcing” Twenty-Second Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems, Japan 2018
  4. Lokuge, S. Sedera, D. (2017) “Turning Dust to Gold” in proceedings of the Pacific Asian Conference on IS, Langkawi, Malaysia
  5. Lokuge, S. Sedera, D. Grover, V. (2016) Thinking inside the box: Five organizational Strategies enabled through information systems, Proceedings of the Pacific Asian Conference on Information Systems (2016)
  6. Lokuge, S. Sedera,D. Atapattu, M. Samaranayake, D. (2016) Exploring the role of IS in agriculture: creating an agenda towards Agri-Informatics, Proceedings of the Pacific Asian Conference on Information Systems (2016)
  7. Exploring Organizational Level Continuance of Cloud-Based Enterprise Systems
    S Walther, S Sarker, N Urbach, D Sedera, T Eymann, B Otto
    The European Conference on Information Systems (ECIS)
  8. *****Sedera, D. (2014) Lokuge, S. “Deriving Information Systems Innovation Execution Mechanisms” in proceedings of the Australasian Conference on Information Systems, Auckland, New Zealand 2014
  9. *****Sedera, D. (2014) Salim, Sawang, Alarifi “Technology Adoption as a Multi-Stage Process: Differing Levels of Significant” The Australasian Conference on Information Systems, Auckland, New Zealand 2014
  10. *****Sedera, D. (2014) Lokuge, S. “Enterprise Systems Lifecycle-wide readiness” in proceedings of the Pacific Asian Conference on IS 2014
  11. *****Sedera, D. (2014) Nuwangi, Srivastava, “Introducing System Controls for Control Theory” in proceedings of the Australasian Conference on IS 2014
  12. *****Sedera, D. (2014) Alarifi “Peripheral, central and coercive routes for promoting Enterprise Social Networks” in proceedings of the Australasian Conference on IS 2014
  13. *****Sedera, D. (2014) Lokuge, S. “Enterprise system lifecycle-wide innovation-research in progress” in proceedings of the Americas Conference on IS 2014
  14. *****Sedera, D. (2014) Tushi “Green It Segment Analysis: An Academic Literature Review” in proceedings of the Americas Conference on IS 2014
  15. *****Sedera, D. (2014) Nuwangi, Hajri and Xu “Individual Innovative Use of ERP Systems” in proceedings of the European Conference on IS 2014
  16. *****Sedera, D. (2014) Atapattu, M.Mobile Digital Connectedness: Conceptualization, Measurement and Application” The Second AIS-Journals Joint Author Workshop in PACIS
  17. *****Sedera, D. (2013) Atapattu, M.FIRM-CUSTOMER DIGITAL CONNECTEDNESS: CONCEPTUALIZATION, MEASUREMENT AND IMPLICATIONS”
  18. *****Sedera, D. (2013) Atapattu, M. “Agility of the firm: Customer’s perspective” in proceedings of the European Conference on IS 2013, Utrect, Netherlands
  19. ***Sedera, D. (2013) Walther, S. Sarkar, S. “Exploring Organizational Level Continuance of Cloud-Based Enterprise Systems” in proceedings of the European Conference on IS 2013, Utrect, Netherlands
  20. ***Sedera, D. (2013) Walther, S. Sarkar, S. “Exploring subscription Renewal intention of operational cloud enterprise systems – A socio-technical approach” in proceedings of the European Conference on IS 2013, Utrect, Netherlands
  21. ***Sedera, D (2013) Walther, S. Sarker, S, Otto, B. and Wunderlich P. “Exploring Subscription Renewal Intention of Operational Cloud Enterprise Systems – A Stakeholder Perspective”, In proceedings at the Americas Conference on IS 2013, Chicago, USA
  22. *****Sedera, D. (2013) Atapattu, M. “Agility: Customer Perspective” In proceedings of the 17th Pacific Asian Conference on Information Systems 2013, July 8-10, Jeju Island, Korea
  23. Sedera D. (2012) “The Impact of Knowledge Integration on Enterprise System Success” in proceedings of the European Conference on Information Systems, Barcelona, Spain
  24. *****Sedera, D. (2012) Palekar, S. THE COMPETING-COMPLEMENTARITY ENGAGEMENT OF NEWS MEDIA WITH ONLINE SOCIAL MEDIA, In proceedings of the 16th Pacific Asian Conference on Information Systems 2012, July 8-10, Vietnam
  25. *****Sedera, D. Atapattu (2012) “Customer Relationship Management Agility”, In proceedings of the 16th Pacific Asian Conference on Information Systems 2012, July 8-10, Vietnam
  26. ***Sedera, D. (2011) Mclean, E. Tan, F. “Re-conceptualizing System Use for contemporary Information Systems”. In proceedings of the 15th Pacific Asian Conference on Information Systems 2011, July 8-10, Brisbane, Australia
  27. ***Sedera, D. (2011) and Wang, W. “Towards a Benefits Management Framework for Supply Chain Management Systems” in proceedings of the 15th Pacific Asian Conference on Information System, July 8-10, Brisbane, Australia
  28. ***Sedera, D. (2011) Dey, S. “Information System Experts: Definition, Identification and Application”. In proceedings of the 19th European Conference on Information Systems, June 9-11, Helsinki, Finland
  29. ***Sedera, D. (2010) Tan, F. “Introducing a Small and Medium Enterprises Syllabi Design: An Enterprise System Hands-On Approach”. In proceedings of the Australasian Conference on Information Systems.
  30. ***Sedera, D. (2010) Zakaria, N., “Developing a Knowledge Base for Enterprise System Success: The Role of Management and Operational Staff”. In proceedings of the Australasian Conference on Information Systems
  31. ***Sedera, D (2010) Dey, S. “Identifying Experts in Information Systems for System Evaluations”. In proceedings of the Australasian Conference on Information Systems, Brisbane.
  32. ***Sedera, D (2010) McLean E. “Preliminary considerations for system use”. In proceedings of the 16th Americas Conference on Information Systems, 12-15 Aug, Lima, Peru
  33. ***Sedera, D. Zakaria, N, I. (2009) “Managing Knowledge for Enterprise Systems in Indian Organizations: Case Insights”, in proceedings of the 13th Pacific Asian Conference on Information Systems (PACIS ’09), July 06-09 India
  34. ***Sedera, D. Wang, W. and Tan, F. (2009) “Measuring CRM and SCM Benefits: A Preliminary measurement Model”, in proceedings of the 13th Pacific Asian Conference on Information Systems (PACIS ’09), July 06-09 India
  35. ***Sedera, D. Wijesignhe, S. Tan, F. (2009) “Observing the relevance of an Information Systems Success Model”, in proceedings of the 13th Pacific Asian Conference on Information Systems (PACIS ’09), July 06-09 India
  36. ***Sedera, D. (2009) “Knowledge Management for Enterprise Systems: Observations from Small, Medium and Large Organizations”, in proceedings of the 13th Pacific Asian Conference on Information Systems (PACIS ’09), July 06-09 India
  37. ***Sedera, D. Dey, S. (2008) “Using Degree of proficiency for classifying respondents in IS success evaluations” in proceedings of the European Conference on Information Systems (ECIS ‘08), Ireland
  38. ***Sedera, D. Zakaria, N, I. (2008) “Defining Knowledge Management Structures in Enterprise Systems Projects”, in proceedings of the 12th Pacific Asian Conference on Information Systems (PACIS ’08), July 06-09 China
  39. ***Sedera, D. (2007) Tan, F. “Reconceptualizing Usage for Contemporary Information Systems” in proceedings of the European Conference on Information Systems (ECIS ‘07), St Gallen, Switzerland
  40. ***Sedera, D. (2007) “Everyone is different! Exploring the issues and problems with ERP enabled shared service initiatives” in proceedings of the 13th Americas Conference on Information Systems (AMCIS ’07), Colorado, USA
  41. ***Sedera, D. (2007) “Stakeholder View of Enterprise System Knowledge Management Process” in proceedings of the Pacific Asian Conference on Information Systems (PACIS ’07), July 06-09 Auckland, New Zealand.
  42. ***Sedera, D. (2007) “Exploring issues and problems with an ERP Enabled Shared Services Initiative” in proceedings of the Information Resource Management Association Conference 2007, USA
  43. ***Sedera, D. (2007) and Dey, S “A Weighted Average Scale for Multi Stakeholder Evaluations of Enterprise System Success” in proceedings of the Information Resource Management Association Conference 2007, USA
  44. ***Sedera, D. (2007) “Everyone is Different! Exploring the issues and problems with ERP enabled Shared Service Initiatives” to be presented at the International Resource Management Association conference 2007, Vancouver, B.C., Canada
  45. ***Sedera, D., (2007) Dey S. “A Weighted Average Scale for Multi Stakeholder Evaluations of Enterprise System Success” to be presented at the International Resource Management Association conference 2007, Vancouver, B.C., Canada
  46. ***Sedera, D. (2006) and Gable , G. “Defining Knowledge Management Structures in Enterprise Systems Projects”, in proceedings of the 10th Pacific Asian Conference on Information Systems (PACIS ’06), July 06-09 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
  47. ***Sedera, D. (2006) “An empirical investigation of the salient characteristics of IS-Success models” in proceedings of the 12th Americas Conference on Information Systems (AMCIS ’06), Acapulco, Mexico, Aug 4-8 2006
  48. ***Sedera, D. (2006) Dey, S. “Multi- stakeholder assessment of critical success factors: insights from the world’s fastest SAP R/3 implementation” ” in proceedings of the 12th Americas Conference on Information Systems (AMCIS ’06), Acapulco, Mexico, Aug 4-8 2006
  49. ***Sedera, D. (2006) Tan, F. Dey, S. “Identifying and Evaluating the importance of multiple stakeholder perspective in measuring ES-Success” in proceedings of the European Conference on Information Systems (ECIS ‘06), June 12-14, Goteborg, Sweden.**Nominated for the Best Paper Award
  50. ***Sedera, D. (2005) Dey, S. “The Adaptive Structuration Theory view of Enterprise System Knowledge Management: Insights from world’s fastest SAP R/3” in proceedings of the 11th Americas Conference on Information Systems (AMCIS ’05), Omaha, USA, Aug 4-8 2005.
  51. ***Sedera, D. (2005) Rangaswami, S., Mallawaram, P. “A critical evaluation of the Enterprise Systems Success Measurement Models” to appear in proceedings of the International Resource Management Association conference 2005, San Diago, USA
  52. ***Sedera, D. (2005) Tan, F “User Satisfaction: An Overarching Measure of Enterprise System Success” in proceedings of the in proceedings of the 10th Pacific Asian Conference on Information Systems (PACIS ’05), July 06-09 Bangkok, Thailand.
  53. ***Sedera, D. (2004) Gable, G. Chan, T. “Measuring Enterprise Systems success: the importance of a multiple stakeholder perspective” Proceedings of the European Conference on Information Systems (ECIS 2004), Turku, Finland, June 14-16
  54. ***Sedera, D., (2004) Gable, G., Chan, T., “A Multi-Faceted Evaluation of Enterprise System Success” in proceedings of the 8th Pacific Asian Conference on Information Systems (PACIS ’04), Shanghai, China, July 08-11
  55. ***Sedera D. (2004) Gable G. Chan T. “Knowledge Management as an antecedent of Enterprise System Success” Proceedings of the Americas Conference on Information Systems (AMCIS ’04), New York, USA, Aug 5-8
  56. ***Sedera D. (2004) Gable G. Chan T. “A Factor and Structural Equation analysis of the Enterprise Systems Success Measurement Model” Proceedings of the Americas Conference on Information Systems (AMCIS ’04), New York, Aug 5-8
  57. *Sehgal, R., Sedera, D., Stewart, G. (2004) User Empowerment as an antecedent to Enterprise Systems Success“, in proceedings of the Australasian Conference on Information Systems (ACIS 2004), Hobart, Tasmania, Dec 1-3
  58. ***Sedera, D. (2003) Gable, G. Chan, T. “Enterprise Systems Success: a measurement model”, in proceedings of the International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS), Seattle, USA, Dec 14-17
  59. ***Sedera D. (2003) Gable G. Chan T. “Measuring Enterprise Systems success: a preliminary model”, proceedings of the Americas Conference on Information Systems (AMCIS ’03), Tampa, Florida, USA, Aug 4-6 *** Best Paper Award
  60. Sedera, D., (2003) Gable, G., Chan, T., “ERP success: Does organization Size Matter?” in proceedings of the 7th Pacific Asian Conference on Information Systems (PACIS ’03), Adelaide, Australia, July 10-13
  61. ***Sedera, D., (2003) Gable, G., Chan, T., “Knowledge management for ERP success” in proceedings of the 7th Pacific Asian Conference on Information Systems (PACIS ’03), Adelaide, Australia, July 10-13
  62. ***Sedera, D., (2003) Gable, G., Chan, T., “Survey design: Insights from a public sector-ERP impact study” in proceedings of 7th the Pacific Asian Conference on Information Systems (PACIS ’03), Adelaide, Australia, July 10-13
  63. ***Sedera, D., (2002) Gable, G., Palmer, A. “Enterprise Resource Planning systems impacts: a Delphi study of Australian public sector organisations” in proceedings of the Pacific Asian Conference on Information Systems (PACIS ’02), Tokyo, Japan, September 3-5.
  64. ***Sedera, D., (2001) Gable, G., Rosemann, M., “A Balanced Scorecard Approach to Enterprise Systems Performance Measurement” in proceedings of the 12th Australasian Conference on Information Systems (ACIS ’01), Coffs Harbour, NSW, Australia, December 5-7.
  65. ***Sedera, D., (2001) Rosemann, M., Gable, G., “Using Performance Measurement Models for Benefit Realization with Enterprise Systems- The Queensland Government Approach”, in proceedings of the 9th European Conference on Information Systems (ECIS ’01), Bled, Slovenia.
  66. ***Sedera D. (2001) Gable G. Rosemann R. “A Balanced Scorecard Approach to Enterprise Systems Performance Measurement”, Proceedings of the 12th Australasian Conference on Information Systems (ACIS 2001), eds.: G. Finnie, D. Cecez-Kecmanovic, B. Lo. Coffs Harbour, 4-7 December
  67. ***Sedera D. (2001) Rosemann M. “Testing a Framework for the Quality of Process Models – A Case Study” in the proceedings of the 5th Pacific Asian Conference on Information systems (PACIS 2001), Seoul, Korea, June 21-23, 2001.
  68. ***Sedera D (2000) “Industry oriented education in Enterprise Systems” in Proceedings of the 11th Australasian Conference on Information Systems (ACIS 2000), Brisbane, Australia, 6-8 December 2000.
  69. ***Sedera D. (2000) “Industrial Collaborations: A practical approach to teaching Enterprise Resource Planning Systems” In Proceedings of the 4th annual SAP Asia Pacific Institute of higher learning forum- (SAPPHIRE 2000), Australia, July, 2000.
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