2013 - AIS LEO Award, Association for Information Systems
His main research concerns Information system, Management science, Epistemology, Knowledge management and Development. His work on Management information systems as part of his general Information system study is frequently connected to Structure, thereby bridging the divide between different branches of science. His Management science study combines topics in areas such as Soft systems methodology and Engineering ethics.
His Epistemology research includes elements of Social science and Pluralism. His studies in Knowledge management integrate themes in fields like Knowledge process outsourcing and Outsourcing. Rudy Hirschheim combines subjects such as Conceptual framework, Vendor and Negotiation with his study of Outsourcing.
Rudy Hirschheim mainly focuses on Information system, Knowledge management, Outsourcing, Information technology and Public relations. His Management information systems study, which is part of a larger body of work in Information system, is frequently linked to Development, bridging the gap between disciplines. His work investigates the relationship between Knowledge management and topics such as Resistance that intersect with problems in Power.
His Outsourcing research is included under the broader classification of Marketing. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Management and Function. His Public relations research incorporates themes from Mythology, Service provider and Perception.
His primary scientific interests are in Information system, Knowledge management, Outsourcing, Crowdsourcing and Knowledge process outsourcing. He studied Information system and Epistemology that intersect with Exegesis. His studies deal with areas such as Information technology, Information security, Management information systems and Value proposition as well as Knowledge management.
His Outsourcing research includes elements of Customer satisfaction, Finance and Set. His Crowdsourcing research integrates issues from Competition, Affect, Public relations, The Internet and Vendor. His Knowledge process outsourcing research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Resource, Antecedent, Relevance and Cost reduction.
Rudy Hirschheim focuses on Information system, Knowledge management, Outsourcing, Knowledge process outsourcing and Crowdsourcing. His work in the fields of Management information systems overlaps with other areas such as Thematic map. The various areas that Rudy Hirschheim examines in his Management information systems study include Mass collaboration, Corporate governance, Conceptual framework and Intellectual property.
The concepts of his Knowledge management study are interwoven with issues in Information science, Strategic information system, Information technology and Information security. His studies deal with areas such as Information management, Customer relationship management and Social capital as well as Information technology. His Outsourcing study incorporates themes from Internationalization, Corporate social responsibility and Vendor.
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Information systems outsourcing: a survey and analysis of the literature
Jens Dibbern;Tim Goles;Rudy Hirschheim;Bandula Jayatilaka.
Four paradigms of information systems development
Rudy Hirschheim;Heinz K. Klein.
Information systems outsourcing : myths, metaphors, and realities
Mary Celia Lacity;Rudy A. Hirschheim.
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 Paradigmatic and Methodological Examination of Information Systems Research from 1991 to 2001
WenShin Chen;Rudy Hirschheim.
Information Systems Journal (2004)
INFORMATION SYSTEMS EPISTEMOLOGY: AN HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE
Rudy A. Hirschheim.
Information systems research: contemporary approaches and emergent traditions
H. E. Nissen;H. K. Klein;R. Hirschheim.
The Dynamics of Alignment: Insights from a Punctuated Equilibrium Model
Rajiv Sabherwal;Rudy Hirschheim;Tim Goles.
Realizing emancipatory principles in information systems development: the case for ETHICS
Rudy Hirschheim;Heinz K. Klein.
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