Notes on Lit Reviews

I’m trying to make the lit review of my problem domain for my dissertation proposal good enough that I can get it published as a stand-alone lit review. One of my advisors suggested a set of papers to read through to get a better idea of how to write good lit reviews. Read More …

Schmalz, Carter, and Lee (2019): The I in Team

This is a research-in-progress paper accepted to the 2019 Americas Conference on Information Systems (AMCIS 2019). Schmalz-Carter-Lee-2019-The-I-in-Team Abstract Software project failure continues to be a concern and managing risk our best hope of project success. While IS literature has investigated Read More …

Wallace & Keil 2004: Software Project Risks and Their Effect on Outcomes

The authors take a risk classification framework from Keil et al. (1998) and analyze which categories of risk are most important for product and process outcomes. The big conclusion is that managing risks tied to “scope and requirements” and “execution” are most important overall, affecting both classes of outcomes. This happens to be where I think identity research will have the biggest implications for project teams. Read More …