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  • Kroeze, Jan H.; Lotriet, Hugo H.; Mavetera, Nehemiah; Pfaff, Mark S.; Postma, Dirk J.v.R; Sewchurran, Kosheek; Topi, Heikki (Association for Information Systems, 2011-05)
    This article builds on a panel on Humanities-Enriched Information Systems presented at the 2010 European Conference on Information Systems (ECIS), held in Pretoria, South Africa, June 6–9, 2010. The aim of the panel discussion ...
  • Jokonya, Osden; Kroeze, Jan H.; van der Poll, John A. (2013-08-15)
    Open source software (OSS) previously regarded as a fad by many academics has been rapidly adopted by both public and private sector organizations. The challenge facing most organizations is how to evaluate OSS adoption ...
  • Kroeze, Jan H.; Prinsloo, Paul; Ponelis, Shana; Venter, Isabella; Pretorius, Philip (AMCIS, 2012-08-09)
    This poster presentation discusses graduate attributes that are required of students in Computer Science and Information Systems disciplines in Africa in general and in South Africa in particular. Graduate attributes as ...
  • Kroeze, Jan H. (AMCIS, 2012-08-09)
    This paper explores the association between postmodernism and interpretivism. The paper’s objective is to show that the interpretivist research paradigm shows very clear postmodernist traits. After defining the two concepts ...
  • Kroeze, Jan H. (IGI Global, 2012)
    This chapter investigates the relationship between postmodernism, interpretivism, and formal ontologies, which are widely used in Information Systems (IS). Interpretivism has many postmodernist traits. It acknowledges ...
  • Wessels, Eugene; Smit, Michelle; Kroeze, Jan H. (AMCIS, 2012-08-09)
    The tax gap is a phenomenon experienced by revenue collection agencies which describes the difference between the taxes due, as prescribed by legislation, and the actual taxes collected. The tax gap is mostly a result of ...
  • Jokonya, Osden; Kroeze, Jan H.; van der Poll, John A. (SAICSIT, 2012-10)
    Information Technology (IT) adoption challenges facing organizations are too complex to be resolved using only one methodology. Most existing Information Technology (IT) adoption models such as the Technology Acceptance ...

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