Muhammad Mustafa Kamal
Muhammad Mustafa Kamal
Assoc. Professor in Sustainable Operations & Analytics / Deputy Head of Dept. Operations & Analytics
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Critical analysis of Big Data challenges and analytical methods
U Sivarajah, MM Kamal, Z Irani, V Weerakkody
Journal of business research 70, 263-286, 2017
IT innovation adoption in the government sector: identifying the critical success factors
MM Kamal
Journal of Enterprise Information Management 19 (2), 192-222, 2006
Factors influencing e‐government adoption in Pakistan
M Rehman, V Esichaikul, M Kamal
Transforming government: People, process and policy 6 (3), 258-282, 2012
Analysing supply chain integration through a systematic literature review: a normative perspective
M Mustafa Kamal, Z Irani
Supply Chain Management: An International Journal 19 (5/6), 523-557, 2014
Analyzing the role of stakeholders in the adoption of technology integration solutions in UK local government: An exploratory study
M Kamal, V Weerakkody, Z Irani
Government Information Quarterly 28 (2), 200-210, 2011
The triple-edged sword of COVID-19: understanding the use of digital technologies and the impact of productive, disruptive, and destructive nature of the pandemic
MM Kamal
Information systems management 37 (4), 310-317, 2020
An exploratory study on the role of intermediaries in delivering public services in Madinah City: Case of Saudi Arabia
F Al‐Sobhi, V Weerakkody, M Mustafa Kamal
Transforming Government: People, Process and Policy 4 (1), 14-36, 2010
Mulla Sadra's transcendent philosophy
M Kamal
Routledge, 2016
Servitization implementation in the manufacturing organisations: Classification of strategies, definitions, benefits and challenges
MM Kamal, U Sivarajah, AZ Bigdeli, F Missi, Y Koliousis
International Journal of Information Management 55, 102206, 2020
Value co-creation through social innovation: A study of sustainable strategic alliance in telecommunication and financial services sectors in Bangladesh
MM Babu, BL Dey, M Rahman, SK Roy, SFS Alwi, MM Kamal
Industrial Marketing Management 89, 13-27, 2020
Critical success factors influencing artificial intelligence adoption in food supply chains
M Dora, A Kumar, SK Mangla, A Pant, MM Kamal
International Journal of Production Research 60 (14), 4621-4640, 2022
An analysis of methodologies utilised in e‐government research: A user satisfaction perspective
Z Irani, V Weerakkody, M Kamal, N Mohammed Hindi, IH Osman, ...
Journal of Enterprise Information Management 25 (3), 298-313, 2012
Electronic information sharing in local government authorities: Factors influencing the decision-making process
AZ Bigdeli, MM Kamal, S De Cesare
International Journal of Information Management 33 (5), 816-830, 2013
Visualising a knowledge mapping of information systems investment evaluation
Z Irani, A Sharif, MM Kamal, PED Love
Expert Systems with Applications 41 (1), 105-125, 2014
Enabling sustainable energy futures: factors influencing green supply chain collaboration
Z Irani, MM Kamal, A Sharif, PED Love
Production Planning & Control 28 (6-8), 684-705, 2017
Investigating factors influencing local government decision makers while adopting integration technologies (IntTech)
MM Kamal, AZ Bigdeli, M Themistocleous, V Morabito
Information & Management 52 (2), 135-150, 2015
Intelligent systems research in the construction industry
Z Irani, MM Kamal
Expert Systems with Applications 41 (4), 934-950, 2014
Impact of Industry 4.0 Drivers on the Performance of Service Sector: Comparative Study of Cargo Logistic Firms in Developed and Developing Regions
A Rahman, M., Kamal, M. M., Aydin, E. and Ul-Haque
Production Planning & Control, 2020
The case of EAI in facilitating e-Government services in a Welsh authority
MM Kamal, V Weerakkody, S Jones
International Journal of Information Management 29 (2), 161-165, 2009
Adoption of e-government services in Pakistan: A comparative study between online and offline users
M Rehman, MM Kamal, V Esichaikul
Information systems management 33 (3), 248-267, 2016
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