Papers

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Organizational Modelling
Crowston, K., Malone T. W., & Lin F. (1986).  Cognitive science and organizational design. Proceedings of the 1986 ACM conference on Computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW '86). 43-61. Abstract
Organization
Crowston, K., & Malone T. W. (1988).  Information technology and work organization. (Helander, M., Ed.).Handbook of Human-Computer Interaction. 1051–1070.
Crowston, K., & Treacy M. E. (1986).  Assessing the impact of information technology on enterprise level performance. Proceedings of the Sixth International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS). 299–310. Abstract
Sawyer, S., & Crowston K. (2004).  Information Systems in Organizations and Society: Speculating on the Next 25 Years of Research. Proceedings of the IFIP WG 8.2 Conference on “Relevant Theory and Informed Practice: Looking Forward from a 20-year Perspective on IS Research. 35-52. Abstract
Open Source
Online communities
NLP
Crowston, K., Liu X., Allen E. E., & Heckman R. (2010).  Machine Learning and Rule-Based Automated Coding of Qualitative Data. American Society for Information Science and Technology (ASIST) Annual Conference. Abstract
National Culture
Wei, K., & Crowston K. (2010).  The impact of national culture on knowledge sharing in global virtual collaboration. Proceedings of International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS).
Motivation
Mental Model
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
Scozzi, B., Crowston K., Eseryel Y., & Li Q. (2008).  Shared mental models among open source software developers. Proceedings of the 41st Hawai'i International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS). Abstract
Massive virtual collaboration
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
Market-enabling
Learning
Leadership