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Virtual teams: a review of current literature and directions for future research
This article provides a review of previously published work and reports on the findings from early virtual team research in an effort to take stock of the current state of the art.
The measurement of user information satisfaction
A survey of production managers is used to provide additional support for the instrument, eliminate scales that are psychometrically unsound, and develop a standard short form for use when only an overall assessment of information satisfaction is required and survey time is limited.
Web-Based Virtual Learning Environments: A Research Framework and a Preliminary Assessment of Effectiveness in Basic IT Skills Training
The results indicate that, in the context of IT basic skills training in undergraduate education, there are no significant differences in performance between students enrolled in the two environments, however, the VLE leads to higher reported computer self-efficacy, while participants report being less satisfied with the learning process.
User Involvement and MIS Success: A Review of Research
The authors present a conceptual framework into which previous research has been mapped that can provide direction to future efforts and a set of variables that have been proposed as potentially impacting the relationship between user involvement and system success.
Review: IT-Dependent Strategic Initiatives and Sustained Competitive Advantage: A Review and Synthesis of the Literature
The notion of IT-dependent strategic initiative is formally defined and used to frame a review of the literature on the sustain- ability of competitive advantage rooted in information systems use, offering a framework that articulates both the dynamic approach to IT- dependent strategic advantage currently receiving attention in the literature and the underlying drivers of sustainability.
Executive Involvement and Participation in the Management of Information Technology
Alternative models of executive support are put forward by examining chief executive officers' behaviors in and perceptions of IT activities, and it is suggested that executive involvement is more strongly associated with the firm's progressive use of IT than executive participation in IT activities.
IT Consumerization: When Gadgets Turn Into Enterprise IT Tools
IT consumerization, or the adoption of consumer devices and applications in the workforce, is pervasive. Employees bring computer tablets and smartphones into the workplace and harness social media…
An empirical study of the impact of user involvement on system usage and information satisfaction
The results demonstrate that user involvement in the development of information systems will enhance both system usage and the user's satisfaction with the system.
The information system as a competitive weapon
Avec l'aide de la technologie d'un systeme d'information, une compagnie peut devenir competitive dans toutes les etapes de ses rapports de consommateur. Le modele de cycle de vie de ressource du…
Trust and the Unintended Effects of Behavior Control in Virtual Teams
In-depth analysis of the communication logs of selected teams reveals that trust decline in virtual teams is rooted in instances of reneging and incongruence.