- Case studies of issues in different countries
- The influence of national/corporate culture
- Role/comparison of theories, criteria/determinants
- Intercultural/international moralities/codes of ethics
- Culturally divergent perceptions (ethics/privacy/security/laws)
- Risk/project management, systems design/development
- Changing philosophy due to cultural variation, HR practices
- E-commerce design/development/management
- Supply chain/customer relationship management
- Intercultural decision support systems
- Business intelligence/knowledge management
- Business process engineering/reengineering
- Software/data engineering
- Quality issues
- Education/training, collaborations/partnerships, innovation
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The main objectives of IJIIM are to promote the research and practice of new strategies, tools, techniques and technologies for the design, development and implementation of IS/IT involving intercultural deviations. This will help improve the effectiveness of using IS/IT in service and manufacturing industries around the world. IJIIM aims to establish an effective channel of communication between academic educators, information systems workers, managers, industry consultants, and practitioners to contribute, disseminate and learn from each otherís work. The global dimension is emphasised to overcome cultural and national barriers and to meet the accelerating technological changes and changes in global economy. IJIIM acts as a forum for exchanging innovative ideas and sharing research and practical experiences in intercultural information management.Readership
IJIIM provides a forum to help professionals, academics, researchers, practitioners and policy makers, working in the field of intercultural information management, to discuss the important ideas, concepts and disseminate information and to learn from each otherís work. Readers will have the opportunity to learn future direction in using IS/IT to improve effectiveness of intercultural information man agent.Contents
IJIIM publishes original papers, review papers, technical reports, case studies, conference reports, management reports, state-of-the-art reviews, and technical notes. Special Issues devoted to important topics in Intercultural Information Management will occasionally be published.
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Editor in Chief
- Ranjan, Jayanthi, Institute of Management Technology (IMT), India
- Leung, Nelson K. Y., RMIT International University Vietnam, Vietnam
Regional Editor Asia
- Huang, Xiaoxia, University of Science & Technology Beijing, China
Regional Editor Europe
- Kierkegaard, Sylvia Mercado, International Association of IT Lawyers, Denmark
- Anussornnitisarn, Pornthep, Kasetsart University, Thailand
- Conlon, Sumali, University of Mississippi, USA
- Ferreira, Fernando Alberto Freitas, University Institute of Lisbon, Portugal
- Goh, Mark, National University of Singapore, Singapore
- Gopal, V., Indian Institute of Management Ė Tiruchirappalli, India
- Gupta, Omprakash K., University of Houston - Downtown, USA
- Ho, Bruce Chien-Ta, National Chung Hsing University, Taiwan
- Jiang, James J., Australian National University, Australia
- Lee, Tzong-Ru (Jiun-Shen), National Chung Hsing University, Taiwan
- Lesjak, Dušan, International School for Social and Business Studies, Slovenia
- McElwee, Gerard, Sheffield Hallam University, UK
- Mitra, Jay, University of Essex, UK
- Phusavat, Kongkiti, Kasetsart University, Thailand
- Prusty, Sadananda, Institute of Management Technology Ghaziabad, India
- Rai, Sudhanshu, Copenhagen Business School, Denmark
- Sankaran, Gopal, West Chester University, USA
- Sarker, Saonee, Washington State University, USA
- Sawmy, Armoogam, Chambers of Commerce, France
- Sharma, Rajeev, Charles Darwin University, Australia
- Smith, Peter A.C., The Leadership Alliance Inc., Canada
- Sridharan, Ramaswami, University of Newcastle, Australia
- Wickremasinghe, Guneratne, Victoria University, Australia
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