Daniel E. O'Leary
University of Southern California
Decision support systemSupply chainKnowledge-based systemsAccountingEngineeringWorld Wide WebBusinessArtificial intelligenceAccounting information systemInformation systemPersonal knowledge managementProcess managementAuditData scienceEnterprise resource planningContext (language use)Computer scienceProcess (engineering)Social mediaIntelligent decision support systemKnowledge managementExpert system
299Publications
34H-index
4,716Citations
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This paper investigates a career database with a ranking of researchers, over the time period 1960–2019 based on a composite measure of Scopus citations, using the H-index, H-M-index and other metr...
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This paper investigates research from the Journal of Organizational Computing and Electronic Commerce over the time frame 2016–2020 and captures the primary topics of those most cited papers in ord...
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#1Daniel E. O'Leary (SC: University of Southern California)H-Index: 34
Enterprise architecture has received limited attention in the accounting information systems literature. However, enterprise architecture can provide an important approach for transforming an organization and bringing strategy into organizations. Recently, The Hartford implemented an approach that used Kaplan and Norton’s well known “strategy maps” as part of the enterprise architecture process to transform the finance department and embed strategy into accounting and finance. The process genera...
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#1Daniel E. O'Leary (SC: University of Southern California)H-Index: 34
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#1Daniel E. O'LearyH-Index: 34
#1Daniel E. O'Leary (SC: University of Southern California)H-Index: 34
This paper investigates the use of crowdsourcing for innovation in the Big 4 consulting firms. Information about each of the five firms’ is captured in a case study developed for comparison purposes. Those cases are used to examine emerging intra-enterprise characteristics, to analyze some of the key emerging dimensions, and to begin to understand some of the primary concerns and research issues regarding crowdsourcing in consulting. This paper focuses both on internal enterprise use and issues ...
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#1Daniel E. O'Leary (SC: University of Southern California)H-Index: 34
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