The Journal of Information Technology Teaching Cases (JITTC) is designed to assist academics, scholars, and teachers in universities and other institutions of further education, providing contemporary case materials for teaching topics in the organisation and management of information systems and on the social consequences of information technology.
Case topics include but are not restricted to technology and the management of IT, including strategy, business models, change, infrastructure, organization, human resources, sourcing, system development and implementation, communications, technology developments, technology impacts and outcomes, technology futures, national policies and standards.
Journal of Information Technology Teaching Cases focuses on cases that have been developed through a rigorous research process. Only cases based on empirical research are published.
Ulrike Schultze, Richard O. Mason
Federico Pigni, Marcin Bartosiak, Gabriele Piccoli, Blake Ives
Anne-Marie Kruis, Lineke Sneller