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Rogier van de Wetering, PhD
Rogier van de Wetering, PhD
Associate Professor, Open University, the Netherlands
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A PACS maturity model: a systematic meta-analytic review on maturation and evolvability of PACS in the hospital enterprise
R van de Wetering, R Batenburg
International journal of medical informatics 78 (2), 127-140, 2009
1342009
A Maturity model for hospital information systems
JV Carvalho, ┴ Rocha, R van de Wetering, A Abreu
Journal of Business Research 94, 388-399, 2019
1142019
IT architecture flexibility and IT governance decentralisation as drivers of IT-enabled dynamic capabilities and competitive performance: The moderating effect of the externalá…
P Mikalef, A Pateli, R van de Wetering
European Journal of Information Systems 30 (5), 512-540, 2021
1022021
Purchasing alignment under multiple contingencies: a configuration theory approach
P Mikalef, A Pateli, RS Batenburg, R Wetering
Industrial Management & Data Systems 115 (4), 625-645, 2015
1012015
Driving organizational sustainability-oriented innovation capabilities: a complex adaptive systems perspective
R van de Wetering, P Mikalef, R Helms
Current opinion in environmental sustainability 28, 71-79, 2017
932017
Building dynamic capabilities by leveraging big data analytics: The role of organizational inertia
P Mikalef, R van de Wetering, J Krogstie
Information & Management 58 (6), 103412, 2021
802021
A balanced evaluation perspective: picture archiving and communication system impacts on hospital workflow
R van de Wetering, R Batenburg, J Versendaal, R Lederman, L Firth
Journal of Digital Imaging 19, 10-17, 2006
672006
IT flexibility and competitive performance: The mediating role of IT-enabled dynamic capabilities
P Mikalef, A Pateli, R van de Wetering
Twenty-Fourth European Conference on Information Systems (ECIS), 2016
652016
A strategic alignment model for IT flexibility and dynamic capabilities: Toward an assessment tool
R Van de Wetering, P Mikalef, A Pateli
25th European Conference on Information Systems (ECIS), 2017
56*2017
Information Governance in the Big Data Era: Aligning Organizational Capabilities
P Mikalef, J Krogstie, R van de Wetering, IO Pappas, MN Giannakos
51st Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS), 2018
382018
Enterprise Architecture Resources, Dynamic Capabilities, and their Pathways to Operational Value
R Van de Wetering
International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS) 2019, 2019
372019
Big Data enabled organizational transformation: The effect of inertia in adoption and diffusion
P Mikalef, R van de Wetering, J Krogstie
Proceedings of the 21st International Conference on Business Information Systems, 2018
372018
Examining the relationship between a hospital’s IT infrastructure capability and digital capabilities: a resource-based perspective
R Van de Wetering, J Versendaal, P Walraven
Twenty-fourth Americas Conference on Information Systems, New Orleans, 2018, 2018
362018
Dynamic Enterprise Architecture Capabilities: conceptualization and validation
R van de Wetering
22nd International Conference on Business Information Systems 354, 2019
332019
Investigating the impact of procurement alignment on supply chain management performance
P Mikalef, A Pateli, R Batenburg, R van de Wetering
Procedia Technology 9, 310-319, 2013
322013
Towards a theory of PACS deployment: an integrative PACS maturity framework
R van de Wetering, R Batenburg
Journal of digital imaging 27, 337-350, 2014
312014
Expectations and attitudes in eHealth: A survey among patients of Dutch private healthcare organizations
H Hendrikx, S Pippel, R Van de Wetering, RS Batenburg
International Journal of Healthcare Management 6 (4), 263-268, 2013
302013
Business alignment in the procurement domain: a study of antecedents and determinants of supply chain performance
P Mikalef, A Pateli, R Batenburg, R van de Wetering
International Journal of Information Systems and Project Management 2 (1), 43-59, 2014
292014
Evolutionistic or revolutionary paths? A PACS maturity model for strategic situational planning
R van de Wetering, R Batenburg, R Lederman
International journal of computer assisted radiology and surgery 5, 401-409, 2010
282010
The impact of EA-driven dynamic capabilities, innovativeness, and structure on organizational benefits: A variance and fsqca perspective
R van de Wetering, T Hendrickx, S Brinkkemper, S Kurnia
Sustainability 13 (10), 5414, 2021
242021
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