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Organizational information processing theory

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IS articles that use the theory
Anandarajan, Murugan, & Arinze, Bay. (1998). Matching client/server processing architectures with information processing requirements: A contingency study. Information & Management, 34(5), 265.
Andres, H. P., & Zmud, R. W. (2001). [http://inn.colorado.edu/Details/Paper/7423 A contingency approach to software project coordination]. Journal of Management Information Systems, 18(3), 41.
Argyres, S, N. (1999). The impact of information technology on coordination: Evidence from the B-2 "stealth" bomber. Organization Science, 10(2), 162.
Burke, K., Aytes, K., & Chidambaram, L. (2001). Media effects on the development of cohesion and process satisfaction in computer-supported workgroups: An analysis of results from two longitudinal studies. Information Technology & People, 14(2), 122.
Chidambaram, Laku. (1996). [http://inn.colorado.edu/Details/Paper/148 Relational development in computer-supported groups]. MIS Quarterly, 20(2), 143.
Cooper, R. B., & Wolfe, R. A. (2005). Information processing model of information technology adaptation: An intra-organizational diffusion perspective. Database for Advances in Information Systems, 36(1), 30.
Fairbank, J.F., Labianca, G., Steensma, H.K., & Metters, R.D. (2006). "[http://inn.colorado.edu/Details/Paper/6960 Information Processing Design Choices, Strategy and Risk Management Performance]." Journal of Management Information Systems, 23: 293-319.
Francalanci, C., & Galal, H. (1998). Information technology and worker composition: Determinants of productivity in the life insurance industry. MIS Quarterly, 22(2), 227.
Gallivan, M. J., Spitler, V. K., & Koufaris, M. (2005). [http://inn.colorado.edu/Details/Paper/6833 Does information technology training really matter? A social information processing analysis of coworkers' influence on IT usage in the workplace]. Journal of Management Information Systems, 22(1), 153.
Gattiker, T. F., & Goodhue, D. L. (2005). [http://inn.colorado.edu/Details/Paper/12088 What happens after erp implementation: Understanding the impact of inter-dependence and differentiation on plant-level outcomes]. MIS Quarterly, 29(3), 559-585.  Gattiker, T. F., & Goodhue, D. L. (2005). What happens after erp implementation: Understanding the impact of interdependence and differentiation on plant-level Outcomes1. MIS Quarterly, 29(3), 559.
Gattiker, T. F., & Goodhue, D. L. (2004). Understanding the local-level costs and benefits of ERP through organizational information processing theory. Information & Management, 41(4), 431.
June Wei, & Salvendy, G. (2004). The cognitive task analysis methods for job and task design: Review and reappraisal. Behaviour & Information Technology, 23(4), 273-299.
Kahai, S. S., & Cooper, R. B. (1999). [http://inn.colorado.edu/Details/Paper/8074 The effect of computer-mediated communication on agreement and acceptance]. Journal of Management Information Systems, 16(1), 165.
Kyu, K. K., & Umanath, S, N. (1992). Structure and perceived effectiveness of software development subunits[http: A task contingency analysis. Journal of Management Information Systems, 9(3), 157.  Kyu K, K., & Umanath, N. S//inn. (1992)colorado. edu/Details/Paper/10102 Structure and perceived effectiveness of software development subunits: A task contingency analysis]. Journal of Management Information Systems, 9(3), 157.
Lin, H. X., Choong, Y., & Salvendy, G. (1997). A proposed index of usability: A method for comparing the relative usability of different software systems. Behaviour & Information Technology, 16(4), 267-277.
Macpherson, K. (2004). An information processing model of undergraduate electronic database information retrieval. Journal of the American Society for Information Science & Technology, 55(4), 333-347.
Premkumar, G., Ramamurthy, K., & Saunders, C. S. (2005). [http://inn.colorado.edu/Details/Paper/6836 Information processing view of organizations: An exploratory examination of fit in the context of interorganizational relationships]. Journal of Management Information Systems, 22(1), 257.
Reddy, S. B. (1995). Information Technology and the Structure of the Multinational Enterprise Palgrave Macmillan Ltd.from http://search.epnet.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=buh&an=9602160497
Thow-Yick, & Liang. (1996). The basic entity model: A theoretical model of information processing, decision making and information systems. Information Processing & Management, 32(4), 477.
Tractinsky, Noam, & Jarvenpaa, L, S. (1995). [http://inn.colorado.edu/Details/Paper/12061 Information systems design decisions in a global versus domestic context]. MIS Quarterly, 19(4), 507.
[http://ssrn.com/abstract=1611646 Trkman, P., McCormack, K., de Oliveira, M. P. V., & Ladeira, M. B. (2010). The impact of business analytics on supply chain performance. Decision Support Systems, 49(3), 318–327.]
Walther, J. B., Loh, T., & Granka, L. (2005). Let me count the ways: the interchange of verbal and nonverbal cues in computer- mediated and face-to-face affinity. Journal of Language & Social Psychology, 24(1), 36-65.
Zmud, R. W. (1979). Individual differences and mis success: A review of the empirical literature. Management Science (Pre-1986), 25(10), 966.  
== Links from this theory to other theories ==
[[Information processing theory]], [[Absorptive capacity theory]], [[Transactive memory theory]]
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