Peter B. Seddon
Peter B. Seddon
Honorary Professor, Computing and Information Systems, The University of Melbourne
Verified email at unimelb.edu.au - Homepage
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A respecification and extension of the DeLone and McLean model of IS success
PB Seddon
Information systems research 8 (3), 240-253, 1997
33371997
A partial test and development of DeLone and McLean's model of IS success
PB Seddon, MY Kiew
Australasian Journal of Information Systems 4 (1), 2007
1459*2007
Assessing and managing the benefits of enterprise systems: the business manager's perspective
S Shang, PB Seddon
Information systems journal 12 (4), 271-299, 2002
10372002
Dimensions of information systems success
PB Seddon, S Staples, R Patnayakuni, M Bowtell
Communications of the Association for Information Systems 2 (1), 20, 1999
7321999
A comprehensive framework for classifying the benefits of ERP systems
S Shang, PB Seddon
AMCIS 2000 proceedings, 39, 2000
6832000
A multi-project model of key factors affecting organizational benefits from enterprise systems
PB Seddon, C Calvert, S Yang
MIS quarterly 34 (2), 305-328, 2010
4362010
How does enterprise architecture add value to organisations?
T Tamm, PB Seddon, G Shanks, P Reynolds
Communications of the association for information systems 28 (1), 10, 2011
3922011
Differences in critical success factors in ERP systems implementation in Australia and China: a cultural analysis
G Shanks, A Parr, B Hu, B Corbitt, T Thanasankit, PB Seddon
Proceedings of the 8th European Conference on Information Systems, 537-544, 2000
3642000
The case for viewing business models as abstractions of strategy
PB Seddon, GP Lewis, P Freeman, G Shanks
Communications of the association for Information Systems 13 (1), 25, 2004
3272004
Measuring organizational IS effectiveness: an overview and update of senior management perspectives
PB Seddon, V Graeser, LP Willcocks
ACM SIGMIS Database: the DATABASE for Advances in Information Systems 33 (2 …, 2002
3062002
An empirical evaluation of user information satisfaction (UIS) measures for use with general ledger accounting software
PB Seddon, SK Yip
Journal of Information Systems 6 (1), 75-92, 1983
269*1983
Having expectations of information systems benefits that match received benefits: does it really matter?
DS Staples, I Wong, PB Seddon
Information & Management 40 (2), 115-131, 2002
2502002
Testing the technology-to-performance chain model
DS Staples, PB Seddon
Advanced Topics in End User Computing 4, 42, 2005
2332005
Managing outsourcing: the life cycle imperative
S Cullen, PB Seddon, L Willcocks
MIS Quarterly Executive 4 (1), 229-246, 2005
2042005
IT outsourcing configuration: Research into defining and designing outsourcing arrangements
S Cullen, PB Seddon, LP Willcocks
The Journal of Strategic Information Systems 14 (4), 357-387, 2005
1862005
Strategy and Business Models: What's the Difference?
PB Seddon, G Lewis
1772003
Second wave enterprise resource planning systems: implementing for effectiveness
G Shanks, PB Seddon, LP Willcocks
Cambridge University Press, 2003
163*2003
Towards the improved treatment of generalization of knowledge claims in IS research: drawing general conclusions from samples
PB Seddon, R Scheepers
European journal of information systems 21 (1), 6-21, 2012
1402012
An explanatory framework for achieving business benefits from ERP systems
L Staehr, G Shanks, PB Seddon
Journal of the Association for Information Systems 13 (6), 2, 2012
1132012
How does business analytics contribute to business value?
PB Seddon, D Constantinidis, T Tamm, H Dod
Information Systems Journal 27 (3), 237-269, 2017
1052017
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