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Debasish Banerjee, Oswald Jones Industrial Management & Data Systems. 1996.  Vol. 96. No. 3.
The area of computer abuse and professional ethics in computing is of interest to companies as well as ethics researchers. Expands the research in ethical behaviour of information system employees. Identifies empirically a few demographic variables that are associated with the ethical behaviour of information system (IS) personnel and raises a few issues for IS managers. In addition, indicates that the existing models of ethical behaviour, when used in the computing context, need to be suitably modified by including demographic variables.

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Wietze A. de Vries, Robert A. Fleck Industrial Management & Data Systems. 1997.  Vol. 97. No. 6. P. 222 - 232. 
Conversion to client/server systems from host-centric systems can be accomplished with careful attention to planning and development procedures. A key component in a successful conversion is a customized definition of client/server which complements the organization's mission. Another key component is the development of an infrastructure which includes hardware, software and people. The training of users and design personnel is crucial to successful conversion. Discusses definitions, strategies, hardware, software, and the pitfalls to be avoided.

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Judy L. Wynekoop, Diane B. Walz Information Technology and People. 2000.  Vol. 13. No. 3. P. 186 - 195. 
The recruitment, development, and retention of top performing information technology (IT) professionals is a key concern within IT organizations today. It is therefore important for IT management to understand the characteristics and behaviors of high performing IT personnel in order to identify them and to create an environment conducive to their development and retention. However, the personality traits and behaviors of top-performing developers have not received a lot of attention in the literature on IT personnel. Describes a research method for identifying and measuring the characteristics of exceptional software developers and presents the results of a pilot study using MBA students. The results of the pilot are intended to be used to refine the methodology and serve as input to future research involving IT managers. These results indicate that the research design holds the promise of providing a profile of top performing IT personnel.

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Y. Paul Huo, Jack Kearns Personnel Review. 1992.  Vol. 21. No. 2.
On the basis of a review of the literature in human resource information systems (HRIS) and a diagnosis of some computerized placement systems used by large US corporations, identifies major problems in using computerized HRIS for internal staffing. Proposes a self-balancing staffing system, built around a rational screening procedure. This system, although it may be altered to fit various circumstances, can serve at least three purposes: (1) to fill an opening resulting from termination of the incumbent; (2) to update the candidate search criteria on the basis of changes in job definitions; and (3) to pursue system-wide optimization by periodically checking the fit between jobs and persons. Finally, explores some practical issues about how to integrate such an automated staffing system with manual ones and discusses the implications for future research.

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Jezdimir Knezevic Journal of Quality in Maintenance Engineering. 1995.  Vol. 1. No. 1. P. 60 - 68. 
Accurate selection of the quality of maintenance resources, such as spares, tools, equipment, personnel, technical data, facilities and so forth, has a strong influence on mission success, and the cost of ownership. Among maintenance resources, spare part requirements are the most difficult to predict. Items within any system are very different from the point of view of reliability, cost, weight, volume, etc. Hence, the selection of spares for a planned mission must take into account all these features. Presents the generic mission success-driven spares model developed for complex systems. The mathematical analysis used in the model enables the user to make the most suitable selection of the spares package for the planned mission. The illustrative examples presented clearly demonstrate the applicability and usefulness of the model introduced.