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Krancher, Oliver; Dibbern, Jens; Meyer, Paul (2018). How Social Media-Enabled Communication Awareness Enhances Project Team Performance. Journal of the Association for Information Systems, 19(9), pp. 813-856. AIS/ACM

Krancher, Oliver; Stürmer, Matthias (2018). A Knowledge-Based Perspective on Contract Choice in Application Outsourcing. In: Multikonferenz Wirtschaftsinformatik 2018. Lüneburg, Germany. 06.-09.03.2018.

Krancher, Oliver (2018). Zwei Fallstudien zu begleitetem Wissenstransfer im Outsourcing: Implikationen für die Praxis. In: Ackermann, Benno; Krancher, Oliver; North, Klaus; Schildknecht, Katrin; Schorta, Silvia (eds.) Erfolgreicher Wissenstransfer in agilen Organisationen (pp. 159-181). Wiesbaden: Springer Gabler 10.1007/978-3-658-19468-0_10

Krancher, Oliver; Kotlarsky, Julia; Oshri, Ilan; Dibbern, Jens (2018). Bilateral versus Collective Governance : How Clients Promote Relational Norms in Multisourcing (Submitted). In: The 12th Global Sourcing Workshop. La Thuile, Italy. 21.-24.02.2018.

Krancher, Oliver; Luther, Pascal; Jost, Marc (2018). Key Affordances of Platform-as-a-Service : Self-Organization and Continuous Feedback. Journal of Management Information Systems, 35(3), pp. 776-812. Taylor & Francis 10.1080/07421222.2018.1481636

Krancher, Oliver; Stürmer, Matthias (2018). Explaining Multisourcing Decisions in Application Outsourcing. In: Twenty-Sixth European Conference on Information Systems. Portsmouth, UK. 23.-28.06 2017.

Krancher, Oliver; Oshri, Ilan; Kotlarsky, Julia; Dibbern, Jens (2018). How Formal Governance Affects Multisourcing Success: A Multi-level Perspective. In: 39th International Conference on Information Systems. San Francisco, USA.

Lehrig, Tim; Krancher, Oliver (2018). Change of Organizational Routines under Malleable Information Technology: Explaining Variations in Momentum. In: 39th International Conference on Information Systems. San Francisco, CA.


Lehrig, Tim; Krancher, Oliver; Dibbern, Jens (December 2017). How Users Perceive and Actualize Affordances: An Exploratory Case Study of Collaboration Platforms (In Press). In: Thirty Eighth International Conference on Information Systems. Seoul, South Korea. 10.12.-13.12.2017.

Stürmer, Matthias; Krancher, Oliver; Myrach, Thomas (7 March 2017). When the exception becomes the norm : Direct awards to IT vendors by the Swiss public sector. In: 10th International Conference on Theory and Practice of Electronic Governance (ICEGOV) (pp. 43-46). New York, NY, USA: ACM 10.1145/3047273.3047329

Krancher, Oliver; Stürmer, Matthias (2017). Multisourcing Decision in Application Services Outsourcing: Do the Smart Get Smarter? (Unpublished). In: The 11th Global Sourcing Workshop. La Thuile Italy. 22.-25.02.2017.


Krancher, Oliver; Dibbern, Jens (2015). Knowledge in software-maintenance outsourcing projects: beyond integration of business and technical knowledge. In: 48th Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (pp. 4406-4415). IEEE Computer Society

Lehrig, Tim; Krancher, Oliver; Dibbern, Jens (2015). The Evolution of Routines under flexible Information Technology. In: European Conference on Information Systems 2015. Münster, Germany. 26.-29.05.2015.

Krancher, Oliver; Huber, Thomas; Dibbern, Jens (2015). Explaining Endogenous Control Change in Outsourced Software Projects (Unpublished). In: The 9th Global Sourcing Workshop. La Thuile, Italy. 18.-21.02.2015.

Krancher, Oliver; Luther, Pascal (2015). Software Development in the Cloud: Exploring the Affordances of Platform-as-a-Service. In: The 36th International Conference of Information Systems. Fort Worth, Texas. 13.-16.12.2015.


Krancher, Oliver; Dibbern, Jens (23 March 2014). Does the dichotomy of technical and business knowledge apply to software-maintenance outsourcing? (Unpublished). In: The 8th Global Sourcing Workshop. Val d’Isère, France. 23.-26.03.2014.

Krancher, Oliver; Dibbern, Jens (2014). Managing Knowledge Transfer in Software-Maintenance Outsourcing Transitions: A System-Dynamics Perspective. In: Information Systems Outsourcing: Towards Sustainable Business Value. Progress in IS (pp. 223-243). Heidelberg: Springer


Krancher, Oliver (2013). Knowledge transfer in software-maintenance offshore outsourcing. (Dissertation, Universität Bern, Wirtschafts- und Sozialwissenschaftliche Fakultät, Institut für Wirtschaftsinformatik)

Krancher, Oliver; Munz, Kathrin; Dibbern, Jens; Knolmayer, Gerhard (11 March 2013). Media performance during knowledge transfer in application offshoring: the perspectives of media synchronicity and cognitive load (Unpublished). In: The 7th Global Sourcing Workshop. Val d'Isère. 11.-14.03.2013.

Krancher, Oliver; Slaughter, Sandra (2013). Governing individual learning in the transition phase of software maintenance offshoring: a dynamic perspective. In: 46th Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (3543 -3552). IEEE Computer Society


Krancher, Oliver; Dibbern, Jens (2012). Learning software-maintenance tasks in offshoring projects: a cognitive-load perspective. In: The 2012 International Conference of Information Systems. Orlando, USA. December 16-19, 2012.

Krancher, Oliver; Dibbern, Jens (2012). Learning Software-Maintenance Tasks in the Transition Phase of Offshore Outsourcing Projects: Two Learning-Theoretical Perspectives. In: Kotlarsky, Julia; Oshri, Ilan; Willcocks, Leslie P. (eds.) The Dynamics of Global Sourcing. Perspectives and Practices. 6th Global Sourcing Workshop 2012, Courchevel, France, March 12-15, 2012. Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing: Vol. 130 (pp. 105-125). Berlin, Heidelberg: Springer 10.1007/978-3-642-33920-2_7


Krancher, Oliver; Dibbern, Jens (2011). Knowledge Transfer Processes in the IS Offshore Outsourcing Transition: A Conceptual Model. Sprouts : working papers on information environments, systems and organizations, 11(145). Information Systems Department in Weatherhead School of Management at Case Western Reserve University

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