2018 - AIS LEO Award, Association for Information Systems
2010 - Fellow of the Association for Information Systems (AIS)
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Knowledge management, Development, Qualitative research, Systems engineering and Management information systems. His Knowledge management research includes themes of Exploratory research, Business process, Organizational processes and Business model. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Strategic information system, Conceptual framework, Deductive reasoning, Information management and Contingency approach.
His study in Qualitative research is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Epistemology, Action research, Scholarship and Metaphor. His Action research research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Domain, Soft systems methodology, Holism, Futures studies and Engineering ethics. His Systems engineering research integrates issues from Information architecture, Information engineering, Management science and Field research.
David E. Avison mainly focuses on Knowledge management, Management science, Management information systems, Action research and Soft systems methodology. His Knowledge economy study in the realm of Knowledge management connects with subjects such as Workaround. He works mostly in the field of Management science, limiting it down to concerns involving Process and, occasionally, Resource.
His Management information systems study focuses on Strategic information system in particular. In his study, Epistemology is inextricably linked to Qualitative research, which falls within the broad field of Action research. His Information engineering research focuses on subjects like Information architecture, which are linked to Systems engineering.
His primary areas of study are Knowledge management, Public relations, Action research, Epistemology and Management information systems. His study on Knowledge economy is often connected to Workaround as part of broader study in Knowledge management. His work carried out in the field of Public relations brings together such families of science as Project stakeholder, Project management, Project management triangle and Strategic planning.
His Action research research incorporates themes from Hermeneutics, Engineering ethics and Participatory action research. The study incorporates disciplines such as Qualitative research and Linguistics in addition to Epistemology. His research in the fields of Strategic information system and Soft systems methodology overlaps with other disciplines such as Information technology.
David E. Avison spends much of his time researching Action research, Knowledge management, Research method, Positivism and Strategic information system. His work on Enterprise resource planning as part of general Knowledge management research is frequently linked to Workaround, bridging the gap between disciplines. His Positivism study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Service, Engineering ethics, Client organization and Common-method variance.
His study with Strategic information system involves better knowledge in Management information systems. In the subject of general Management information systems, his work in Soft systems methodology is often linked to Information technology, thereby combining diverse domains of study. His Soft systems methodology research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Epistemology and Management science.
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Qualitative Research in Information Systems: A Reader
David Avison;Michael D. Myers.
Information Systems Development: Methodologies, Techniques and Tools
D. E. Avison;G. Fitzgerald.
Developing a unified framework of the business model concept
Mutaz M. Al-Debei;David E. Avison.
European Journal of Information Systems (2010)
Using and validating the strategic alignment model
David E. Avison;Jill Jones;Philip Powell;David W. Wilson.
Multiview: An Exploration in Information Systems Development
D E Avison;A T Wood-Harper.
Controlling action research projects
David E. Avison;Richard L. Baskerville;Michael D. Myers.
Information systems development
D. E. Avison;Richard Baskerville;Leslie Willcocks;Allen S. Lee.
Defining the business model in the new world of digital business
Mutaz M. Al-Debei;Ramzi El-Haddadeh;David E. Avison.
americas conference on information systems (2008)
Where now for development methodologies
David E. Avison;Guy Fitzgerald.
Communications of The ACM (2003)
Information systems and anthropology: and anthropological perspective on IT and organizational culture
David E. Avison;Michael D. Myers.
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