Journal of Strategic Information Systems

(The TQCC of Journal of Strategic Information Systems is 57. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-06-01 to 2023-06-01.)
Understanding digital transformation: A review and a research agenda1371
Reflections on societal and business model transformation arising from digitization and big data analytics: A research agenda558
Debating big data: A literature review on realizing value from big data391
From green to sustainability: Information Technology and an integrated sustainability framework344
Digital transformation strategy making in pre-digital organizations: The case of a financial services provider220
Information technology, operational, and management competencies for supply chain agility: Findings from case studies190
Information technology and the search for organizational agility: A systematic review with future research possibilities135
Affordances, experimentation and actualization of FinTech: A blockchain implementation study130
Business value of social media technologies: Evidence from online user innovation communities122
Knowledge management in supply chain: An empirical study from France118
The transformational dimension in the realization of business value from information technology105
Learning lessons from evaluating eGovernment: Reflective case experiences that support transformational government92
Seeking strategic advantage in the post-net era: viewing ERP systems from the resource-based perspective86
Information technology as a change actant in sustainability innovation: Insights from Uppsala80
The moderating effect of the business strategic orientation on eCommerce adoption: Evidence from UK family run SMEs78
A standards war waged by a developing country: Understanding international standard setting from the actor-network perspective70
Business intelligence and analytics use, innovation ambidexterity, and firm performance: A dynamic capabilities perspective57