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Exploring the challenge for sustainable development in the energy sector : sociomaterial view of two British and Nigerian cases (2018)
Presentation / Conference
Mohamad, M., & Anuge, J. (2018, September). Exploring the challenge for sustainable development in the energy sector : sociomaterial view of two British and Nigerian cases. Presented at British Academy of Management Conference 2018 : Critical Management Studies Track, Bristol, UK

The global pressure on green environment has been a major issue to attaining future Sustainable Development (SD). In this study, the researchers explore the recent challenges of SD in the power sectors in the UK (as a European North country) and in N... Read More about Exploring the challenge for sustainable development in the energy sector : sociomaterial view of two British and Nigerian cases.

ERP performance triangle : exploring the interplay between benefits realisation management, project governance, and project success (2018)
Presentation / Conference
Mohamad, M., & Sultan, A. (2018, September). ERP performance triangle : exploring the interplay between benefits realisation management, project governance, and project success. Presented at British Academy of Management Conference 2018 : e-Business & e-Government Track, Bristol, UK

The current study aim to explore the trio interplay ERP’s Benefits realisation, project governance, and project success in Oil corporations in Gulf. Using a set of 12 qualitative semi-structured interviews, an interpretative study has addressed senio... Read More about ERP performance triangle : exploring the interplay between benefits realisation management, project governance, and project success.

ERP benefits capability framework : an orchestration theory perspective (2017)
Journal Article
Mohamad, M. (2018). ERP benefits capability framework : an orchestration theory perspective. Business Process Management Journal, 24(1), 266-294. https://doi.org/10.1108/BPMJ-11-2015-0162

ERP benefits can be classified as automation, planning and innovation benefits. This research aims to answer two research questions: (1) what are the ERP resources and organizational complementary resources (OCRs) required to achieve each group of be... Read More about ERP benefits capability framework : an orchestration theory perspective.

The meta-cycle : action research as an orchestrator of situated research inquiry (2016)
Presentation / Conference
Kawalek, P., Lorenzo, O., Kawalek, J., & Mohamad, M. (2016, December). The meta-cycle : action research as an orchestrator of situated research inquiry. Presented at ICIS Workshop on Advances in Qualitative IS Research Methodologies, Dublin, Ireland

The paper presents the role of AR in negotiating the researchers’ relationship with a community and the meaning of that research to the community. Can the researcher maintain both an impulse to be a part of a community and to belong to research? Wher... Read More about The meta-cycle : action research as an orchestrator of situated research inquiry.

Mobile financial services at the base of the pyramid : a systemic view for cross-sector governance and embedded innovation (2015)
Book Chapter
a systemic view for cross-sector governance and embedded innovation. In J. Zhao, P. De Pablos, & R. Tennyson (Eds.), Organizational Innovation and IT Governance in Emerging Economies (46-82). IGI Global. https://doi.org/10.4018/978-1-4666-7332-8.ch003

Mobile financial services is one of the uprising movements to bank the unbanked by integrating philanthropic and business approaches for financial inclusion. In this paper, we address how a systemic view help integrate the Philan... Read More about Mobile financial services at the base of the pyramid : a systemic view for cross-sector governance and embedded innovation.

Exploring the challenge for Sustainable Development in the energy sector: Sociomaterial view of two British and Nigerian cases
Presentation / Conference
Mohamad, M., & Anuge, J. Exploring the challenge for Sustainable Development in the energy sector: Sociomaterial view of two British and Nigerian cases. Presented at World Association for Sustainable Development, Imperial College London

Global pressure on the green environment has been a major obstacle in attaining future Sustainable Development (SD). In this study, the researchers explore the recent challenges of SD in the power sectors in the United Kingdom (UK) (as a Northern Eur... Read More about Exploring the challenge for Sustainable Development in the energy sector: Sociomaterial view of two British and Nigerian cases.