Mark Keil
Mark Keil
Regents’ Professor of the University System of Georgia, Georgia State University
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A cross-cultural study on escalation of commitment behavior in software projects
M Keil, BCY Tan, KK Wei, T Saarinen, V Tuunainen, A Wassenaar
MIS quarterly, 299-325, 2000
Identifying software project risks: An international Delphi study
R Schmidt, K Lyytinen, M Keil, P Cule
Journal of management information systems 17 (4), 5-36, 2001
Testing the technology acceptance model across cultures: A three country study
D Straub, M Keil, W Brenner
Information & management 33 (1), 1-11, 1997
A framework for identifying software project risks
M Keil, PE Cule, K Lyytinen, RC Schmidt
Communications of the ACM 41 (11), 76-83, 1998
Understanding digital inequality: Comparing continued use behavioral models of the socio-economically advantaged and disadvantaged
JJPA Hsieh, A Rai, M Keil
MIS quarterly, 97-126, 2008
Pulling the plug: Software project management and the problem of project escalation
M Keil
MIS quarterly, 421-447, 1995
How software project risk affects project performance: An investigation of the dimensions of risk and an exploratory model
L Wallace, M Keil, A Rai
Decision sciences 35 (2), 289-321, 2004
Usefulness and ease of use: field study evidence regarding task considerations
M Keil, PM Beranek, BR Konsynski
Decision support systems 13 (1), 75-91, 1995
If we build it, they will come: Designing information systems that people want to use
ML Markus, M Keil
MIT Sloan Management Review 35 (4), 11, 1994
Why software projects escalate: An empirical analysis and test of four theoretical models
M Keil, J Mann, A Rai
Mis Quarterly, 631-664, 2000
Understanding software project risk: a cluster analysis
L Wallace, M Keil, A Rai
Information & management 42 (1), 115-125, 2004
Software project risks and their effect on outcomes
L Wallace, M Keil
Communications of the ACM 47 (4), 68-73, 2004
Customer-developer links in software development
M Keil, E Carmel
Communications of the ACM 38 (5), 33-44, 1995
The impact of developer responsiveness on perceptions of usefulness and ease of use: An extension of the technology acceptance model
D Gefen, M Keil
Acm sigmis database: the database for advances in information systems 29 (2 …, 1998
Paradoxes and the nature of ambidexterity in IT transformation programs
RW Gregory, M Keil, J Muntermann, M Mähring
Information Systems Research 26 (1), 57-80, 2015
Turning around troubled software projects: An exploratory study of the deescalation of commitment to failing courses of action
M Keil, D Robey
Journal of Management Information Systems 15 (4), 63-87, 1999
The challenges of redressing the digital divide: A tale of two US cities
L Kvasny, M Keil
Information systems journal 16 (1), 23-53, 2006
Reconciling user and project manager perceptions of IT project risk: a Delphi study1
M Keil, A Tiwana, A Bush
Information systems journal 12 (2), 103-119, 2002
De-escalating information technology projects: Lessons from the Denver International Airport
R Montealegre, M Keil
Mis Quarterly, 417-447, 2000
Does peripheral knowledge complement control? An empirical test in technology outsourcing alliances
A Tiwana, M Keil
Strategic Management Journal 28 (6), 623-634, 2007
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