Clyde W Holsapple and Wenhong Luo
Organizational computing is an emerging field of study, the development of which will have profound socioeconomic implications for organizations and individuals in the coming years. Currently, it is an ill-structured field crisscrossed by various streams of research. Frameworks previously advanced to help characterize the field and foster its further study have been developed primarily from a technological perspective. Such frameworks are reviewed and an argument is presented for the creation of organizational computingframeworks within the complementary organizational perspective. Desirable traits of such frameworks are identified as a basis for stimulating their creation. for information about other issues of the journal, the editorial board, additional abstracts, sample copies, subscriptions, etc.
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