William R. King mostly deals with Knowledge management, Strategic planning, Process management, Management information systems and Organizational performance. His work on Strategic human resource planning as part of general Knowledge management study is frequently linked to Context, bridging the gap between disciplines. Strategic financial management and Strategic thinking are subfields of Strategic planning in which his conducts study.
His work in Process management covers topics such as Operations management which are related to areas like Product life-cycle management, Function and Range. When carried out as part of a general Management information systems research project, his work on Risk management information systems is frequently linked to work in System evaluation, Vendor and Engineering management, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study. William R. King has included themes like Organizational effectiveness and Personal knowledge management in his Organizational performance study.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Knowledge management, Strategic planning, Process management, Management information systems and Management science. The study incorporates disciplines such as Empirical research and Decision support system in addition to Knowledge management. His Strategic control, Strategic human resource planning, Strategic financial management and Strategic thinking study, which is part of a larger body of work in Strategic planning, is frequently linked to Strategic information system, bridging the gap between disciplines.
His research integrates issues of Strategic Initiative, Strategic alignment and Strategic sourcing in his study of Strategic control. His Process management research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Process and Operations management. His Management information systems research spans across into fields like Information management and Outsourcing.
His main research concerns Knowledge management, Organizational learning, Management information systems, Outsourcing and Process management. Conventional wisdom and Operationalization are fields of study that intersect with his Knowledge management study. His study in the field of Soft systems methodology is also linked to topics like Systems development life cycle, Accounting information system and Collectivism.
His Process management research integrates issues from Top management and Operations management. Within one scientific family, he focuses on topics pertaining to Strategic management under Operations management, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Strategic planning. In general Strategic planning study, his work on Strategic human resource planning often relates to the realm of Transportation planning and Environmental design and planning, thereby connecting several areas of interest.
His primary scientific interests are in Knowledge management, Organizational learning, Management information systems, Computer supported and Product life-cycle management. His Empirical research research extends to Knowledge management, which is thematically connected. His studies in Organizational learning integrate themes in fields like Organisation climate, Dyad and Organizational culture.
His work on Soft systems methodology and Strategic information system as part of general Management information systems research is frequently linked to Vendor, Accounting information system and Collectivism, bridging the gap between disciplines. His study in Product life-cycle management is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Operations management and Process management.
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A meta-analysis of the technology acceptance model
William R. King;Jun He.
Information & Management (2006)
Antecedents of knowledge transfer from consultants to clients in enterprise system implementations
Dong-Gil Ko;Laurie J. Kirsch;William R. King.
Management Information Systems Quarterly (2005)
Development of measures to assess the extent to which an information technology application provides competitive advantage
Vijay Sethi;William R. King.
Management Science (1994)
Strategic planning for management information systems
William R. King.
Management Information Systems Quarterly (1978)
Integration between business planning and information systems planning: an evolutionary-contingency perspective
Thompson S. H. Teo;William R. King.
Journal of Management Information Systems (1997)
Project Management Handbook
David I. Cleland;William Richard King.
Systems analysis and project management
David I. Cleland;William Richard King.
Knowledge Management and Organizational Learning
William R. King.
Omega-international Journal of Management Science (2009)
Organizational Characteristics and Information Systems Planning: An Empirical Study
G. Premkumar;William R. King.
Information Systems Research (1994)
Applying TAM across cultures: the need for caution
Scott McCoy;Dennis F Galletta;William R King.
European Journal of Information Systems (2007)
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