Publication statistics

Pub. period:1997-2014
Pub. count:19
Number of co-authors:12



Co-authors

Number of publications with 3 favourite co-authors:

Dorothea DeLuca:2
Brad King:2
Susan Gasson:1

 

 

Productive colleagues

Ned Kock's 3 most productive colleagues in number of publications:

Robert M. Davison:27
William G. Chismar:23
Pedro Antunes:16
 
 
 

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Ned Kock

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Has also published under the name of:
"Nereu F. Kock, Nereu Kock"

Personal Homepage:
http://www.nedkock.com

Current place of employment:
Texas A&M International University

Ned Kock is Professor of Information Systems and Director of the Collaborative for International Technology Studies at Texas A&M International University. He holds degrees in electronics engineering (B.E.E.), computer science (M.S.), and management information systems (Ph.D.). Ned has authored and edited several books, including the bestselling Sage Publications book titled Systems Analysis and Design Fundamentals: A Business Process Redesign Approach. He has published his research in a number of high-impact journals including Communications of the ACM, Decision Support Systems, European Journal of Information Systems, European Journal of Operational Research, IEEE Transactions (various), Information & Management, Information Systems Journal, Journal of the Association for Information Systems, MIS Quarterly, and Organization Science. He is the Founding Editor-in-Chief of the International Journal of e-Collaboration, Associate Editor for Information Systems of the journal IEEE Transactions on Professional Communication, and Associate Editor of the Journal of Systems and Information Technology. His main research interests are biological and cultural influences on human-technology interaction, non-linear structural equation modeling, electronic communication and collaboration, action research, ethical and legal issues in technology research and management, and business process improvement.

 

Publications by Ned Kock (bibliography)

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2014

Kock, Ned (2013): Action Research: Its Nature and Relationship to Human-Computer Interaction. In: Soegaard, Mads and Dam, Rikke Friis (eds.). "The Encyclopedia of Human-Computer Interaction, 2nd Ed.". Aarhus, Denmark: The Interaction Design Foundation. Available online at https://www.interaction-design.org/encyclopedia/action_research.html

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Kock, Ned (2013): Action Research: Its Nature and Relationship to Human-Computer Interaction. In: Soegaard, Mads and Dam, Rikke Friis (eds.). "The Encyclopedia of Human-Computer Interaction, 2nd Ed". Aarhus, Denmark: The Interaction Design Foundation. Available online at

Technology and action are two elements that define what it is to be human. It is technology that has made Homo sapiens such a successful species, and it is the actions enabled by technology that will ensure that we continue to be successful à or meet our doom. No technological development has any value without action. Action Research (AR) is all about action and, at the same time, it is also rigorous research. When applied in the context of technology, Action Research is the study of how technology is applied in the real world and the practical consequences of technology-enabled action.

© All rights reserved Kock and/or The Interaction Design Foundation

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2008
 
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Kock, Ned, Chatelain-Jardn, Ruth and Carmona, Jesus (2008): Using Surprise in Human-Computer Interfaces to Enhance Knowledge Communication Effectiveness. In: HICSS 2008 - 41st Hawaii International International Conference on Systems Science 7-10 January, 2008, Waikoloa, Big Island, HI, USA. p. 34. Available online

 
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Kock, Ned (ed.) (2008): Darwinian Perspectives on Electronic Communication: Special Issue of the Journal IEEE Transactions on Professional Communication. IEEE Computer Society Press

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Action Research: Its Nature and Relationship to Human-Computer Interaction: [/encyclopedia/action_research.html]


 
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Kock, Ned (ed.) (2008): Encyclopedia of E-Collaboration. Information Science Reference

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Action Research: Its Nature and Relationship to Human-Computer Interaction: [/encyclopedia/action_research.html]


 
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Action Research: Its Nature and Relationship to Human-Computer Interaction: [/encyclopedia/action_research.html]


 
2007
 
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Kock, Ned and Antunes, Pedro (2007): Government Funding of E-Collaboration Research in the European Union: A Comparison with the United States Model. In International Journal of e-Collaboration, 3 (2) pp. 36-47

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Action Research: Its Nature and Relationship to Human-Computer Interaction: [/encyclopedia/action_research.html]


 
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Kock, Ned and DeLuca, Dorothea (2007): Improving Business Processes Electronically: An Action Research Study in New Zealand and the US. In Journal of Global Information Technology Management, 10 (3) pp. 6-27

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DeLuca, Dorothea, Gasson, Susan and Kock, Ned (2006): Adaptations that Virtual Teams Make so that Complex Tasks Can be Performed Using Simple e-Collaboration Technologies. In International Journal of e-Collaboration, 2 (3) pp. 64-90

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Action Research: Its Nature and Relationship to Human-Computer Interaction: [/encyclopedia/action_research.html]


 
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Kock, Ned (ed.) (2006): Information Systems Action Research: An Applied View of Emerging Concepts and Methods. New York, USA, Springer

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Action Research: Its Nature and Relationship to Human-Computer Interaction: [/encyclopedia/action_research.html]


 
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2004
 
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Kock, Ned (2004): The Three Threats of Action Research: A Discussion of Methodological Antidotes in the Context of an Information Systems Study. In Decision Support Systems, 37 (2) pp. 265-286

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Action Research: Its Nature and Relationship to Human-Computer Interaction: [/encyclopedia/action_research.html]


 
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Action Research: Its Nature and Relationship to Human-Computer Interaction: [/encyclopedia/action_research.html]


 
2003
 
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Kock, Ned, Auspitz, Camille and King, Brad (2003): Web-supported course partnerships: bringing industry and academia together. In Communications of the ACM, 46 (9) pp. 179-183. Available online

2002
 
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Kock, Ned (2002): Managing with web-based IT in mind. In Communications of the ACM, 45 (5) pp. 102-106. Available online

2001
 
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Davison, Robert M., Chismar, William G., Kock, Ned and Langford, Duncan (2001): Professional Ethics in Information Systems - Minitrack Introduction. In: HICSS 2001 2001. . Available online

2000
 
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Kock, Ned (2000): Benefits for virtual organizations from distributed groups. In Communications of the ACM, 43 (11) pp. 107-112. Available online

 
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Kock, Ned, Auspitz, Camile and King, Brad (2000): Using the Web to Enable Industry-University Collaboration: An Action Research Study of a Course Partnership. In Informing Science, 3 (3) pp. 157-167

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Action Research: Its Nature and Relationship to Human-Computer Interaction: [/encyclopedia/action_research.html]


 
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Action Research: Its Nature and Relationship to Human-Computer Interaction: [/encyclopedia/action_research.html]


 
1999
 
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Kock, Ned (1999): A Case of Academic Plagiarism. In Communications of the ACM, 42 (7) pp. 96-104. Available online

1998
 
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Kock, Ned and McQueen, Robert J. (1998): An Action Research Study of Effects of Asynchronous Groupware Support on Productivity and Outcome Quality in Process Redesign Groups. In Journal of Organizational Computing and Electronic Commerce, 8 (2) pp. 149-168. Available online

We describe a study of asynchronous groupware effects on outcome quality and productivity of process redesign groups. Seven groups were studied in 2 organizations. All groups followed the same group methodology, which comprises a process redesign meta-process with 3 stages -- process definition, analysis, and redesign. The study indicates that asynchronous groupware support was perceived by group members as considerably increasing group productivity by reducing group duration and the organizational cost of groups, and by allowing members to participate in several groups at the same time. The study also indicates a slight perceived increase in group outcome quality. The causes for these results and their organizational implications are discussed.

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Kock, Ned (1998): Can Communication Medium Limitations Foster Better Group Outcomes? An Action Research Study. In Information and Management, 34 (5) pp. 295-305

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Action Research: Its Nature and Relationship to Human-Computer Interaction: [/encyclopedia/action_research.html]


 
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1997
 
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Kock, Ned (1997): Fostering Interdepartmental Knowledge Communication Through Groupware: A Process Improvement Perspective. In: Payne, Stephen C. and Prinz, Wolfgang (eds.) Proceedings of the International ACM SIGGROUP Conference on Supporting Group Work 1997 November 11-19, 1997, Phoenix, Arizona, USA. pp. 29-37. Available online

This paper presents a review of the organisational learning literature that points to process improvement (PI) groups as an appropriate tool for organisational knowledge communication. Based on that review, the impact of support provided by a class of groupware systems, e-mail conferencing (EC), on knowledge dissemination in organisations is examined in the context of PI groups. The study suggests that, overall, EC support seems to have a positive impact on knowledge dissemination in organisations, when used in combination with a group methodology for PI.

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