His main research concerns Knowledge management, Electronic meeting system, Engineering management, Decision support system and Information technology. The study incorporates disciplines such as Business process reengineering and Collaborative writing in addition to Knowledge management. His study in Electronic meeting system is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Risk analysis, Negotiation, Component and Operations research.
His Operations research research includes themes of Process and Electronic brainstorming. Douglas R. Vogel has included themes like Collaborative learning, Business education, Information and Communications Technology and Distance education in his Engineering management study. His Decision support system study combines topics in areas such as Field research, Affect, Management science and Process management.
Douglas R. Vogel mainly focuses on Knowledge management, Decision support system, Collaborative software, Information technology and Engineering management. He brings together Knowledge management and Support system to produce work in his papers. Douglas R. Vogel has researched Decision support system in several fields, including Expert system, Stakeholder and Management science.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Task and Virtual collaboration. His Engineering management study incorporates themes from Electronic meeting system and Operations research. His Process research incorporates themes from Group work and Process management.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Knowledge management, The Internet, Public relations, Health care and Information and Communications Technology. Douglas R. Vogel conducts interdisciplinary study in the fields of Knowledge management and Information technology through his research. His research on The Internet also deals with topics like
As part of one scientific family, Douglas R. Vogel deals mainly with the area of Public relations, narrowing it down to issues related to the Online participation, and often Social web and Educational technology. His work on Telemedicine as part of general Health care research is frequently linked to Clinical Practice, Service, Cost control and Comparative case, bridging the gap between disciplines. The Information and Communications Technology study combines topics in areas such as Quality and Healthcare service.
Douglas R. Vogel focuses on Social psychology, Social network, Knowledge management, The Internet and Knowledge sharing. His work carried out in the field of Social psychology brings together such families of science as Online discussion and Computer-mediated communication. His research in Social network tackles topics such as Social learning which are related to areas like Social engagement.
Douglas R. Vogel does research in Knowledge management, focusing on Explicit knowledge specifically. His The Internet research integrates issues from Higher education, Categorization, Experiential learning, Academic achievement and Competence. Douglas R. Vogel interconnects Software fault tolerance, Task, Software development and Affect in the investigation of issues within Knowledge sharing.
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Electronic meeting systems
J. F. Nunamaker;Alan R. Dennis;Joseph S. Valacich;Douglas Vogel.
Information technology to support electronic meetings
Alan R. Dennis;Joey F. George;Len M. Jessup;Jay F. Nunamaker.
Lessons from a dozen years of group support systems research: a discussion of lab and field findings
Jay F. Nunamaker;Robert O. Briggs;Robert O. Briggs;Daniel D. Mittleman;Daniel D. Mittleman;Douglas R. Vogel;Douglas R. Vogel.
Can learning be virtually boosted? An investigation of online social networking impacts
Angela Yan Yu;Stella Wen Tian;Douglas Vogel;Ron Chi-Wai Kwok.
Using Information Technology to Add Value to Management Education
Maryam Alavi;Youngjin Yoo;Douglas R. Vogel.
Virtual Community Informatics: A Review and Research Agenda
Fion S.L. Lee;Douglas Vogel;Moez Limayem.
Information technology for negotiating groups: generating options for mutual gain
J. F. Nunamaker;Alan R. Dennis;Joseph S. Valacich;Douglas R. Vogel.
A comparison of laboratory and field research in the study of electronic meeting systems
Alan R. Dennis;Jay F. Nunamaker;Douglas R. Vogel.
My time or yours? Managing time visions in global virtual teams
Carol Saunders;Craig Van Slyke;Douglas R. Vogel.
MIS research: a profile of leading journals and universities
Douglas R. Vogel;James C. Wetherbe.
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