By Felix Tan
Comprises unique fabric desirous about all elements of world details administration in 3 parts: worldwide info platforms in company capabilities; info expertise in particular areas of the area; and administration of worldwide details assets and functions.
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Information systems development: A conceptual model and a comparison of methods used in Singapore, USA and Europe. Journal of Global Information Management, 4(3), 5-17. Peppas, S. C. (2001). Subcultural similarities and differences: An examination of US core values. Cross Cultural Management - An International Journal, 8(1), 59-70. Png, I. P. , Tan, B. C. , & Wee, K. L. (Forthcoming). Dimensions of national culture and corporate adoption of IT infrastructure. IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management.
Kroeber (1952) defined culture as “the historically differentiated and variable mass of customary ways of functioning of human societies” (p. 157). Under this broad umbrella Copyright © 2003, Idea Group Inc. Copying or distributing in print or electronic forms without written permission of Idea Group Inc. is prohibited. Definitions of Culture in IT Studies 33 term, he further divided it into reality culture, which is concerned with the diffusion of preexistent scientific and technological discoveries, and value culture, which is concerned with the diffusion of philosophic, religious, and artistic findings.
Therefore, a particular behavior may be more influenced by a given layer of culture than others, implying that the layers do not have a fixed sequential position (Evaristo, Karahanna, & Srite, 2000). If we consider an “onion” metaphor to describe these layers, where layers closest to the core of the onion are more relevant, then the picture is of a “virtual onion” with inner layers occasionally exchanging places with outer layers. The layers are permeable. The thickness of the layers signals the strength of the value held by the individual.
Advanced Topics in Global Information Management, Volume 2 by Felix Tan