Papers

Filters: First Letter Of Last Name is C  [Clear All Filters]
A B [C] D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z   [Show ALL]
C
Chen, H., & Crowston K. (1997).  Comparative diffusion of the telephone and the world wide web: An analysis of rates of adoption. (Lobodzinski, Suave, Tomek, Ivan, Ed.).Proceedings of the WebNet `97–-World Conference of the WWW, Internet and Intranet. 110–115. Abstract
Chudoba, K. M., Watson-Manheim M. B., Crowston K., & Lee C. S. (2011).  Participation in ICT-Enabled Meetings. Journal of Organizational and End User Computing. 23(2),  Abstract
Crowston, K., & Howison J. (2003).  The social structure of Open Source Software development teams. The IFIP 8.2 Working Group on Information Systems in Organizations Organizations and Society in Information Systems (OASIS) Workshop. Abstract
Crowston, K., Rubleske J., & Howison J. (2006).  Coordination theory: A ten-year retrospective. (Zhang, P., Galletta, D., Ed.).Human-Computer Interaction in Management Information Systems. 120-138. Abstract
Crowston, K., Howison J., & Wiggins A. (2008).  eSocialScience for Free/Libre Open Source Software researchers. Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on e-Social Science. Abstract
Crowston, K. (1996).  An approach to evolving novel organizational forms. Computational and Mathematical Organization Theory. 2, 29–47. Abstract
Crowston, K. (1991).  Modelling coordination in organizations. (Masuch, Michael, Massimo, G., Ed.).Artificial Intelligence in Organization and Management Theory. 215-234.
Crowston, K., & Scozzi B. (2006).  The role of mental models in FLOSS development work practices. Proceedings of the IFIP 2nd International Conference on Open Source Software. 91-97. Abstract
Crowston, K., Annabi H., Howison J., & Masango C. (2004).  Effective work practices for software engineering. Proceedings of the 2004 ACM workshop on Interdisciplinary software engineering research (WISER '04). 18. Abstract
Crowston, K., & Fagnot I. (2008).  The motivational arc of massive virtual collaboration. Proceedings of the IFIP WG 9.5 Working Conference on Virtuality and Society: Massive Virtual Communities. Abstract