To say I am behind in my reading is like saying the ocean is wet, a bit of an understatement. Still, I hope to get through some of it regularly because usually if it makes its way to my stack of things to read it has some redeeming qualities.
Today I ran across an item that was worth the wait. I was reading the November 2011 edition of Communications, the journal published by the Association of Computing Management, when I came across the article Managing IS Adoption in Ambivalent Groups. Great! I’m getting ready to role out a major system and I’m seeking to invigorate an existing system.
This article by DongBack Seo, Albert Boonstra, and Marjolein Offenbeek, wasn’t full of solutions but it did make me realize that I had only been looking at part of the problem.