Bricolage in the implementation and the use of IS by micro-firms: An empirical study

  • A. Jaouen and W. A. Nakara (2015). World Conference on Information Systems and Technologies, WorldCIST 2015 (Springer Verlag), 449-458
  • Abstract: The purpose of this research is to explore the implementation and the use of IS (information systems) by micro-firms. Micro-firms are characterized by simple IS and low formalization. Recent research shows that bricolage occurs in small business IS. Bricolage as a theoretical framework provides a new perspective for small business and IS literature. In this research, we focus on micro-businesses (less than five employees) and explore if and how bricolage occurs in the implementation and the use of IS. To do so, we realized 64 semi-directive interviews with French owner-managers. Results show a distinction in the implementation process and the use of the IS. Springer International Publishing Switzerland 2015.
  • Theme: Technology
  • Keywords: Bricolage, Information systems, Micro-firm, Owner-manager, Managers, Empirical studies, Implementation process, Micro-business, Recent researches, Small business, Theoretical framework
  • Reference type: Journal Article
  • Geographic location: France, Europe, Global North
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