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    Kennelly, Jim and Curley, Martin and Wilson, Ben and Buddrus, Uwe and Porter, Michael and Murnane, Sinéad and McLaughlin, Stephen and Boutemy-Deniau, Marion and Hoyt, John (2014) Accelerating Electronic Medical Record Adoption & Innovation with Targeted IT Capabilities. In: The XXV ISPIM Conference – Innovation for Sustainable Economy & Society, 8-11 June 2014, Dublin.

    Costello, Gabriel J. and Donnellan, Brian and Curley, Martin (2013) A Theoretical Framework to Develop a Research Agenda for Information Systems Innovation. Communications of the Association for Information Systems, 33 (26). pp. 433-462. ISSN 1529-3181

    Curley, Martin and Formica, Piero (2012) University Ecosystems and the Entrepreneurial University. IVI White Paper Series.

    Curley, Martin and Donnellan, Brian (2012) The application of Open Innovation 2.0, engaged scholarship and design science research in the Innovation Value Institute. In: Open Innovation 2012. Publications Office of the European Union, pp. 114-117. ISBN 9789279214615

    Curley, Martin and Delaney, Martin (2010) Executive Briefing: Winning with ICT, Competing on Competency – an IT Capability Maturity Approach. Executive Briefing. IVI: Innovation Value Institute, National University of Ireland Maynooth.

    Andersson, Thomas and Formica, Piero and Curley, Martin (2010) Knowledge-Driven Entrepreneurship: The key to social and economic transformation. Innovation, Technology, and Knowledge Management . Springer Verlag, New York. ISBN 978-1-4419-1188-9; 978-1-4419-1187-2; 978-1-4614-2526-7

    Curley, Martin (2008) The IT Capability Maturity Framework: A Theory for Continuously Improving the Value Delivered from IT Capability. PhD thesis, National University of Ireland Maynooth.

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