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Title: The credibility crisis in IS : a global stakeholder perspective
Authors: Looney, CA
Firth, D
Koch, H
Cecez-Kecmanovic, D
Hsieh, JJPA
Soh, C
Valacich, JS
Whitley, EA
Keywords: Future of information systems
Practice
Education
Research
Enrollment
Credibility crisis
Issue Date: Mar-2014
Publisher: Association for Information Systems
Source: Communications of the Association for Information Systems, Mar. 2014, v. 34, no. 1, article 61, p. 1175-1189 How to cite?
Journal: Communications of the association for information systems 
Abstract: The field of information systems (IS) faces a credibility crisis, which threatens its stature as a highly-respected academic discipline (Firth, King, Koch, Looney, Pavlou, and Trauth, 2011; Winter and Butler, 2011; among others). This article summarizes a panel discussion at the ICIS 2011 Conference, where a group of distinguished IS professors offered their unique perspectives on the challenges, origins, and solutions related to the global credibility crisis in IS. Using stakeholder theory as an organizing framework, the panel session identifies the key stakeholders influencing the credibility of the IS discipline, as well as the challenges and opportunities facing IS programs worldwide.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10397/6958
EISSN: 1529-3181
Rights: Excerpted from Communications of the Association for Information Systems by Looney, C.A. et al., © 2014. Used with permission from Association for Information Systems, Atlanta, GA; 404-413-7444; www.aisnet.org. All rights reserved.
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