2023 - Research.com Business and Management in United States Leader Award
2022 - Research.com Business and Management in United States Leader Award
2013 - AIS LEO Award, Association for Information Systems
2004 - Fellow of the Association for Information Systems (AIS)
His main research concerns Knowledge management, Information system, Information technology, Management science and Management information systems. In general Knowledge management study, his work on Innovation management often relates to the realm of System development, thereby connecting several areas of interest. His Information system research includes elements of Epistemology, Empirical research, Context and Organizational learning.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Marketing, Organization studies, Salience and Boundary spanning. His Management science study combines topics in areas such as Frontier, Information systems research, Conceptual framework and Operations research. His work in the fields of Management information systems, such as Strategic information system, overlaps with other areas such as Network analysis.
Kalle Lyytinen focuses on Knowledge management, Information system, Information technology, Software and Data science. The study incorporates disciplines such as Context, Software development, Management information systems, The Internet and Process in addition to Knowledge management. His Information system research includes themes of Epistemology, Management science, Data modeling and Public relations.
His Marketing research extends to Information technology, which is thematically connected. His work in Software is not limited to one particular discipline; it also encompasses Software engineering. The various areas that he examines in his Strategic information system study include Soft systems methodology and Information science.
His primary scientific interests are in Knowledge management, Process management, Data science, Information system and Software. His research in Knowledge management intersects with topics in Variety and Agency. His Process management research incorporates elements of Enterprise architecture, Corporate governance, Focus and Dynamic capabilities.
Kalle Lyytinen has researched Corporate governance in several fields, including Enterprise system, Project success and Enterprise resource planning. His Data science research focuses on Big data and how it relates to World Wide Web. His Software study often links to related topics such as Software engineering.
Kalle Lyytinen mainly investigates Knowledge management, Data science, Information system, Digitization and Big data. His Knowledge management research is mostly focused on the topic Team design. Kalle Lyytinen interconnects Reliability, Point and Financial services in the investigation of issues within Data science.
His studies deal with areas such as Memex, Epistemology, Techne, Performative utterance and Information retrieval as well as Information system. His research integrates issues of Digital transformation and Innovation management in his study of Digitization. His Big data research focuses on subjects like World Wide Web, which are linked to Misinformation, Decision model and Relevance.
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Research Commentary---The New Organizing Logic of Digital Innovation: An Agenda for Information Systems Research
Youngjin Yoo;Ola Henfridsson;Kalle Lyytinen.
Organizing for Innovation in the Digitized World
Youngjin Yoo;Richard J. Boland;Kalle Lyytinen;Ann Majchrzak.
Identifying Software Project Risks: An International Delphi Study
Roy Schmidt;Kalle Lyytinen;Mark Keil;Paul Cule.
Research Commentary---Digital Infrastructures: The Missing IS Research Agenda
David Tilson;Kalle Lyytinen;Carsten Sørensen.
Digital innovation management: reinventing innovation management research in a digital world
Satish Nambisan;Kalle Lyytinen;Ann Majchrzak;Michael Song.
Information systems failures—a survey and classification of the empirical literature
K. Lyytinen;R. Hirschheim.
Information Systems Development and Data Modeling: Conceptual and Philosophical Foundations
Rudy Hirschheim;Heinz K. Klein;Kalle Lyytinen.
A framework for identifying software project risks
Mark Keil;Paul E. Cule;Kalle Lyytinen;Roy C. Schmidt.
Issues and Challenges in Ubiquitous Computing
Kalle Lyytinen;Youngjin Yoo.
Design theory for dynamic complexity in information infrastructures: the case of building internet
Ole Hanseth;Kalle Lyytinen.
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