A practical guide for developing research proposal in IS - A guide for developing research proposal in information systems
by Lawrence, Japhet Eke
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Technologies are being adopted and incorporated into nearly all organizations, particularly ecommerce which has the potential to radically change the way business is conducted globally. Many opportunities have been made available through the use of ecommerce in organizations in general, and particularly in Small to medium-sized enterprises with the early adopters' successes well publicized. Thus, many organizations not taking advantages of ecommerce are currently examining their options. The book addresses the issue of developing research proposal in information systems. It uses a research proposal developed by the author titled, examining the factors that influence ecommerce adoption and diffusion in Small to Medium-sized Enterprises: a research proposal and preliminary findings as a practical guide for developing research proposal in information systems. A book that guides students or practitioners in the development of research proposal has been absent from the research and practice discourses in information systems. The book is essential for researchers, graduate students and practitioners interested in developing a good research proposal for grants or postgraduate studies.
Lawrence, Japhet Eke
Dr Japhet Eke Lawrence received a PhD in Computer Science from the University of Salford, UK, M.Sc in Computer Science from London South Bank University, B.App in Applied Computing from University of Tasmania, Australia. Prior to joining NDA, kaduna as a Senior Lecturer, Dr Lawrence worked as an Assistant Professor at University of Kurdistan-Hawler.
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LAP Lambert Academic Publishing
June 20, 2013
0.22 x 0.15 x 0.006 m; 0.195 kg