Thomas L. Huber
Thomas L. Huber
Assistant Professor ESSEC Business School (Cergy-Pontoise & Paris, France)
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei essec.edu
TitelZitiert vonJahr
A process model of complementarity and substitution of contractual and relational governance in IS outsourcing
TL Huber, TA Fischer, J Dibbern, R Hirschheim
Journal of Management Information Systems 30 (3), 81-114, 2013
1072013
Governance practices in platform ecosystems: Navigating tensions between cocreated value and governance costs
TL Huber, T Kude, J Dibbern
Information Systems Research 28 (3), 563-584, 2017
412017
The interplay of power and trust in platform ecosystems of the enterprise application software industry
T Hurni, T Huber
212014
Contractual and relational governance as substitutes and complements–explaining the development of different relationships
TA Fischer, TL Huber, J Dibbern
Theory-guided modeling and empiricism in information systems research, 65-83, 2011
182011
Substitutes or complements? A framework for investigating the dynamic interplay of is outsourcing governance mechanisms
T Huber, T Fischer, J Dibbern
102011
Explaining Emergence and Consequences of Specific Formal Controls in IS Outsourcing – A Process-View
TL Huber, TA Fischer, L Kirsch, J Dibbern
The 47th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS), 2014
72014
The Software Prototype as Digital Boundary Object–A Revelatory Longitudinal Innovation Case
M Winkler, T Huber, J Dibbern
52014
Resolving Tensions in Hub-and-Spoke Networks of the Enterprise Application Software Industry–An Exploratory Case Study
TL Huber, T Kude, J Dibbern
52010
Coordinating platform-based multi-sourcing: introducing the theory of conventions
T Hurni, T Huber, J Dibbern
42015
Governance Mechanisms as Substitutes and Complements–A Dynamic Perspective on the Interplay between Contractual and Relational Governance
TL Huber, TA Fischer, J Dibbern
International Workshop on Global Sourcing of Information Technology and …, 2011
32011
The Emergence of Formal Control Specificity in Information Systems Outsourcing: A Process-View
TL Huber, TA Fischer, L Kirsch, J Dibbern
Information Systems Outsourcing, 141-185, 2014
22014
Resolving tension in plattform ecosystems of the enterprise application software industry - An exploratory case study
TL Huber, T Kude
27th EGOS Colloquium, Gothenborg, Sweden, 6.-9. Juli 2011., 2011
22011
Successfully Governing Software Ecosystems: Competence Profiles of Partnership Managers
T Kude, T Huber, J Dibbern
IEEE Software 36 (3), 39-44, 2018
12018
Swiss Software Industry Survey 2018-Current State, Emerging Trends & Long-term Developments in the Swiss Software Industry
T Hurni, T Huber, J Dibbern
Institut für Wirtschaftsinformatik, Abteilung Information Engineering, 2018
12018
Explaining Endogenous Control Change in Outsourced Software Projects
O Krancher, T Huber, J Dibbern
The 9th Global Sourcing Workshop, 2018
12018
Supporting Joint Idea Generation with Software Prototypes in Offshore-Outsourced Software Development Projects
M Winkler, T Huber, J Dibbern
2016 49th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS), 317-326, 2016
12016
How Collaboration Software Enables Globally Distributed Software Development Teams to Become Agile-An Effective Use Perspective
T Huber, J Dibbern
International Workshop on Global Sourcing of Information Technology and …, 2014
12014
Governance Mechanisms as Substitutes and Complements: Explaining Differential Relationships between Contractual and Relational Governance
TL Huber, TA Fischer
Governance 12, 7-2010, 2010
12010
The use of prototypes to bridge knowledge boundaries in agile software development
TL Huber, MAE Winkler, J Dibbern, CV Brown
Information Systems Journal, 2019
2019
How Vendors Coopete: Vendor Practices in Coopetitive Software Development Multisourcing
T Hurni, T Huber, J Dibbern
2018
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