The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Marketing, Information technology management, Investment, Industrial organization and Knowledge management. His Marketing study which covers Revenue that intersects with Resource and It investment. His Information technology management research incorporates elements of Process and Market value.
His Investment research includes themes of Best practice and Value. His Industrial organization research integrates issues from Variance, Cost leadership, Profitability index and Liberian dollar. His work in Knowledge management addresses subjects such as Process management, which are connected to disciplines such as Enterprise architecture management, Enterprise architecture and NIST Enterprise Architecture Model.
His primary scientific interests are in Information technology management, Knowledge management, Industrial organization, Corporate governance and Marketing. His Information technology management research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Telecommunications, Process and Process management. His study in Knowledge management is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Business architecture, Strategic information system, Management information systems and Strategic planning.
His Industrial organization study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Business model, Profitability index, Investment and Market value. In the field of Investment, his study on Open-ended investment company and Return on investment overlaps with subjects such as Empirical research. His work in the fields of Project governance overlaps with other areas such as Accountability.
His primary areas of investigation include Knowledge management, Digitization, Corporate governance, Industrial organization and Business value. His work carried out in the field of Knowledge management brings together such families of science as Computer-integrated manufacturing, Advanced manufacturing and Investment decisions. His studies in Digitization integrate themes in fields like Multinational corporation, Marketing and Business process.
Peter Weill combines subjects such as Digital ecosystem and Business ecosystem with his study of Marketing. As part of one scientific family, Peter Weill deals mainly with the area of Corporate governance, narrowing it down to issues related to the Enterprise architecture, and often Business model. His research in Industrial organization intersects with topics in Conceptual framework, Project governance and Information governance.
His primary areas of investigation include Digitization, Digital business, Marketing, IEEE 802.11w-2009 and Software engineering. His Digitization study incorporates themes from Operating model and Operations management. The various areas that Peter Weill examines in his Digital business study include Multinational corporation and Telecommunications.
Peter Weill integrates many fields, such as Marketing and Business value, in his works. Peter Weill undertakes multidisciplinary studies into IEEE 802.11w-2009 and IEEE 802.11u in his work.
This overview was generated by a machine learning system which analysed the scientist’s body of work. If you have any feedback, you can contact us here.
IT Governance: How Top Performers Manage IT Decision Rights for Superior Results
Peter Weill;Jeanne Ross.
Enterprise Architecture As Strategy: Creating a Foundation for Business Execution
Jeanne W. Ross;Peter Weill;David C. Robertson.
Place to Space: Migrating to Ebusiness Models
Peter Weill;Michael R. Vitale.
The Relationship Between Investment in Information Technology and Firm Performance: A Study of the Valve Manufacturing Sector
Information Systems Research (1992)
Leveraging the New Infrastructure: How Market Leaders Capitalize on Information Technology
Peter Weill;Marianne Broadbent.
IT Assets, Organizational Capabilities, and Firm Performance: How Resource Allocations and Organizational Differences Explain Performance Variation
Sinan Aral;Peter Weill.
Organization Science (2007)
The implications of information technology infrastructure for business process redesign
Marianne Broadbent;Peter Weill;Don St. Clair.
Management Information Systems Quarterly (1999)
IT Infrastructure for Strategic Agility
Peter Weill;Mani Subramani;Marianne Broadbent.
Research Papers in Economics (2003)
Don't Just Lead, Govern: How Top-Performing Firms Govern IT
Mis Quarterly Executive (2004)
Management by Maxim: How Business and IT Managers Can Create IT Infrastructures
Marianne Broadbent;Peter Weill.
Sloan Management Review (1997)
If you think any of the details on this page are incorrect, let us know.
We appreciate your kind effort to assist us to improve this page, it would be helpful providing us with as much detail as possible in the text box below: