A new publication linking information-sharing values to business intelligence systems use, co-authored with R. Hackney, P. S. Coelho, and J. Jaklič (2014): How information-sharing values influence the use of information systems: An investigation in the business intelligence systems context, appeared in one of the leading IS journals. The work significantly adds to our understanding of how information-sharing values influence the use of information systems. Abstract:
Although the constituents of information systems (IS) success and their relationships have been well documented in the business value of information technology (IT) and strategic IS literature, our understanding of how information-sharing values affect the relationships among IS success dimensions is limited. In response, we conduct a quantitative study of 146 medium and large firms that have implemented a business intelligence system in their operations. Our results highlight that in the business intelligence systems context information-sharing values are not directly linked to IT-enabled information use, yet they act as significant moderators of information systems success dimensions relationships.