Idongesit Williams

Idongesit WilliamsDr. Idongesit WILLIAMS is a lecturer with the Center for Communication, Media and Information Technologies (CMI) located at Aalborg University Copenhagen. He holds a Bachelor in Physics, a Master degree in Information and Communications Technologies and a Ph.D. He has since 2010 researched into socio-economic, socio-technical related to Information and Communications Technologies. His research areas include the facilitation of telecom and ICT infrastructure using Public Private Partnerships, the development and the sustenance of Community-Based Networks, e-government implementation, Science and Technology Studies, gender adoption of ICTs, Organizational adoption of ICTs, User experience with ICTs and Organizational Learning He has authored more than 26 research publications, including journal papers, books, book chapters, conference papers and magazine articles. He is the co-editor of the Book, The African Mobile Story. He has delivered presentations at conferences and also helped in organizing conferences such as the CMI annual conference and the CMI/GTUC conferences.

Publications

Mobilization: Decision Theory
Idongesit Williams. © 2021. 15 pages.
Mobilization is an aspect in every sphere of human endeavor. It is the underlying force enabling the actions evident around us, be it in organizations, our individual lives...
Cross-Industry Use of Blockchain Technology and Opportunities for the Future
Idongesit Williams. © 2020. 228 pages.
Blockchain is a technology that transcends cryptocurrencies. There are other services in different sectors of the economy that can benefit from the trust and security that...
Cross-Chain Blockchain Networks, Compatibility Standards, and Interoperability Standards: The Case of European Blockchain Services Infrastructure
Idongesit Williams. © 2020. 16 pages.
This chapter explains the role and how interoperability standards and compatibility standards will enable the development of cross-chain blockchain networks. Blockchain currently...
When Trust is not Enough to Mobilize Blockchains: A Mobilization-Decision Theory Perspective
Idongesit Williams. © 2020. 24 pages.
The Mobilization Decision theory provides an insight into why mobilization occurs and the factors that result in mobilization. In the last decade, blockchain technology has been...
Gender Gaps and the Social Inclusion Movement in ICT
Idongesit Williams, Olga Millward, Roslyn Layton. © 2019. 325 pages.
Despite advancements in technological and engineering fields, there is still a digital gender divide in the adoption, use, and development of information communication technology...
Big Data and Knowledge Sharing in Virtual Organizations
Albert Gyamfi, Idongesit Williams. © 2019. 313 pages.
Knowledge in its pure state is tacit in nature—difficult to formalize and communicate—but can be converted into codified form and shared through both social interactions and the...
Community Broadband Networks and the Opportunity for E-Government Services
Idongesit Williams. © 2019. 13 pages.
Community broadband networks (CBN) facilitate broadband connectivity in underserved areas in many countries. The lack of broadband connectivity is one of the reasons for the slow...
Personality and ICT Adoption: The Call for More Research
Idongesit Williams. © 2019. 26 pages.
Globally, the gender gap still exists. An interesting reason for this is the passive usage or non-adoption of ICT by women who have access to ICTs and can also afford ICTs. In...
Community Broadband Networks and the Opportunity for E-Government Services
Idongesit Williams. © 2018. 12 pages.
Community Broadband Networks (CBN) facilitate Broadband connectivity in underserved areas in many countries. The lack of Broadband connectivity is one of the reasons for the slow...
Media Richness, Knowledge Sharing, and Computer Programming by Virtual Software Teams
Idongesit Williams, Albert Gyamfi. © 2018. 20 pages.
Software programming is a task with high analyzability. However, knowledge sharing is an intricate part of the software programming process. Today, new media platforms have been...
Impact of Media Richness on Reduction of Knowledge-Hiding Behavior in Enterprises
Somayeh Labafi, Datis Khajeheian, Idongesit Williams. © 2018. 14 pages.
Knowledge hiding is one of the major obstacles in the progression of organizations that hinder the use of tacit knowledge of employees. The negative impact of this behavior is...