Ramzi El-Haddadeh
Ramzi El-Haddadeh
Professor of Information Systems, College of Business and Economics, Qatar University, Doha, Qatar
Verified email at qu.edu.qa
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Defining the business model in the new world of digital business
MM Al-Debi, R El-Haddadeh, D Avison
AMCIS 2008 proceedings, 300, 2008
3282008
Examining the influence of intermediaries in facilitating e-government adoption: An empirical investigation
V Weerakkody, R El-Haddadeh, F Al-Sobhi, MA Shareef, YK Dwivedi
International Journal of Information Management 33 (5), 716-725, 2013
2082013
Exploring the complexities of e‐government implementation and diffusion in a developing country
V Weerakkody, R El‐Haddadeh, S Al‐Shafi
Journal of Enterprise Information Management, 2011
1002011
An analysis of methodologies utilised in e‐government research
Z Irani, V Weerakkody, M Kamal, NM Hindi, IH Osman, AL Anouze, ...
Journal of Enterprise Information Management, 2012
892012
E-government implementation strategies in developed and transition economies: A comparative study
V Weerakkody, R El-Haddadeh, T Sabol, A Ghoneim, P Dzupka
International Journal of Information Management 32 (1), 66-74, 2012
832012
Knowledge Sharing in Higher Education Institutions: A Systematic Review
O Al-Kurdi, R El-Haddadeh, T Eldabi
Journal of Enterprise Information Management 31 (2), 226-246, 2018
782018
The relative importance of intermediaries in egovernment adoption: A study of Saudi Arabia
F Al-Sobhi, V Weerakkody, R El-Haddadeh
International conference on electronic government, 62-74, 2011
60*2011
The impact of national culture on e-government implementation: A comparison case study
M Ali, V Weerakkody, R El-Haddadeh
AMCIS 2009, 2009
602009
Social networking services adoption in corporate communication: the case of China
R El‐Haddadeh, V Weerakkody, J Peng
Journal of Enterprise Information Management, 2012
512012
The complexities of electronic services implementation and institutionalisation in the public sector
R El-Haddadeh, V Weerakkody, S Al-Shafi
Information & Management 50 (4), 135-143, 2013
452013
Examining citizens' perceived value of internet of things technologies in facilitating public sector services engagement
R El-Haddadeh, V Weerakkody, M Osmani, D Thakker, KK Kapoor
Government Information Quarterly 36 (2), 310-320, 2018
362018
A framework for evaluating citizens’ expectations and satisfaction toward continued intention to use e-government services
M Alruwaie, R El-Haddadeh, V Weerakkody
International Conference on Electronic Government, 273-286, 2012
332012
Conceptualizing e-inclusion in Europe: An explanatory study
V Weerakkody, YK Dwivedi, R El-Haddadeh, A Almuwil, A Ghoneim
Information Systems Management 29 (4), 305-320, 2012
332012
A Conceptual Study of the Factors Influencing e-inclusion
A Almuwil, V Weerakkody, R El-Haddadeh
Brunel University, 2011
282011
Post-implementation evaluation of IT systems: A close review of practice
H Al-Yaseen, T Eldabi, RJ Paul, R El-Haddadeh
Evaluating information systems, 134, 2008
272008
Digitally-enabled service transformation in the public sector: The lure of institutional pressure and strategic response towards change
V Weerakkody, A Omar, R El-Haddadeh, M Al-Busaidy
Government Information Quarterly 33 (4), 658-668, 2016
262016
E-government implementation challenges: a case study
R El-Haddadeh, V Weerakkody, SH AL-Shafi, M Ali
262010
The role of organisational climate in managing knowledge sharing among academics in higher education
OF Al-Kurdi, R El-Haddadeh, T Eldabi
International Journal of Information Management 50, 217-227, 2020
232020
Toward a coherent methodological framework for examining social innovation in the public sector
R El-Haddadeh, Z Irani, J Millard, A Schröder
Information systems management 31 (3), 250-258, 2014
23*2014
The public value of social media in the UK public sector
MW Osmani, V Weerakkody, U Sivarajah, R El-Haddadeh
Electronic Government and Electronic Participation: Joint Proceedings of …, 2014
15*2014
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