Using the Cohort Model in Development of Web Sites and Web Policies

Kai R. T. Larsen and Claire McInerney, "Using the Cohort Model in Development of Web Sites and Web Policies," in J. N. D. Gupta (Ed), Proceedings of the Third annual Association for Information Systems Americas Conference, Indianapolis, Indiana, August 15-17, 1997

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Kai R. Larsen

Leeds School of Business; Information Systems Group; Gallup

Claire McInerney

Independent

Date Written: August 15-17, 1997

Abstract

New York's Center for Technology in Government organized a "cohort" of state and local government teams, all of whom wished to offer services by using the World Wide Web as a delivery platform. For the most part the cohort model was beneficial by providing opportunities for additional learning, for information sharing, and to build on the experience of others.

Suggested Citation

Larsen, Kai R. and McInerney, Claire, Using the Cohort Model in Development of Web Sites and Web Policies (August 15-17, 1997). Kai R. T. Larsen and Claire McInerney, "Using the Cohort Model in Development of Web Sites and Web Policies," in J. N. D. Gupta (Ed), Proceedings of the Third annual Association for Information Systems Americas Conference, Indianapolis, Indiana, August 15-17, 1997. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3270029

Kai R. Larsen (Contact Author)

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Claire McInerney

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