Volume 39, Number 1, March 2015

Editor’s Comments: Sandy Slaughter: Outstanding Scholar, Incredible Human Being
Paulo Goes (pp. iii-v)

Research Articles

Motivating Employees to Explore Collaboration Technology in Team Contexts
Likoebe M. Maruping and Massimo Magni (pp. 1-16)

How Does the Internet Affect the Financial Market? An Equilibrium Model of Internet-Facilitated Feedback Trading
Xiaoquan (Michael) Zhang and Lihong Zhang (pp. 17-37)

How Do Enterprise Resource Planning Systems Affect Firm Risk? Post-Implementation Impact
Feng Tian and Sean Xin Xu (pp. 39-60)

Investing in Information Systems: On the Behavioral and Institutional Search Mechanisms Underpinning Hospitals’ IS Investment Decisions
Torsten Oliver Salge, Rajiv Kohli, and Michael Barrett (pp. 61-89)

Insider Threats in a Financial Institution: Analysis of Attack-Proneness of Information Systems Applications
Jingguo Wang, Manish Gupta, and H. Raghav Rao (pp. 91-122)

An Enhanced Fear Appeal Rhetorical Framework: Leveraging Threats to the Human Asset Through Sanctioning Rhetoric
Allen C. Johnston, Merrill Warkentin, and Mikko Siponen (pp. 113-134)

Special Issue: Service Innovation in the Digital Age

Service Innovation in the Digital Age: Key Contributions and Future Directions
Michael Barrett, Elizabeth Davidson, Jaideep Prabhu and Stephen L. Vargo (pp. 135-154)

Service Innovation: A Service-Dominant Logic Perspective
Robert F. Lusch and Satish Nambisan (pp. 155-15)

The Value of Self-Service: Long-Term Effects of Technology-Based Self-Service Usage on Customer Retention
Anne Scherer, Nancy V. Wünderlich, and Florian von Wangenheim (pp. 177-200)

The Algorithm and the Crowd: Considering the Materiality of Service Innovation
Wanda J. Orlikowski and Susan V. Scott (pp. 201-216)

Distributed Tuning of Boundary Resources: The Case of Apple’s iOS Service System
Ben Eaton, Silvia Elaluf-Calderwood, Carsten Sørensen, and Youngjin Yoo (pp. 217-243)

Bridging the Service Divide Through Digitally Enabled Service Innovations: Evidence from Indian Healthcare Service Providers
Shirish C. Srivastava and G. Shainesh (pp. 245-267)