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A Partial Least Squares Latent Variable Modeling Approach for Measuring Interaction Effects: Results from a Monte Carlo Simulation Study and an Electronic - Mail Emotion/Adoption Study
The ability to detect and accurately estimate the strength of interaction effects are critical issues that are fundamental to social science research in general and IS research in particular. WithinExpand
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A Partial Least Squares Latent Variable Modeling Approach for Measuring Interaction Effects: Results from a Monte Carlo Simulation Study and Voice Mail Emotion/Adoption Study
The ability to detect and accurately estimate the strength of interaction effects are critical issues that are fundamental to social science research in general and IS research in particular. WithinExpand
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Understanding and measuring user competence
End User Computing (EUC) is experiencing a resurgence of importance as managers realize it is tied to the new knowledge economy through knowledge-worker productivity. Assessing individual'sExpand
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Financial and strategic motivations behind IS outsourcing
Information Systems (IS) functions and whole IS departments are being outsourced in industries where the IS functions have been considered ‘core’ to the success of that business. Why and how seniorExpand
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Assessing User Competence: Conceptualization and Measurement
Organizations today face great pressure to maximize the bene its from their investments in information technology (IT). They are challenged not just to use IT, but to use it as effectively asExpand
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Research Commentary - Generalizability of Information Systems Research Using Student Subjects - A Reflection on Our Practices and Recommendations for Future Research
Information systems researchers, like those in many other disciplines in the social sciences, have debated the value and appropriateness of using students as research subjects. This debate appears inExpand
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Understanding IT‐enabled interactivity in contemporary marketing
Abstract The past decade has witnessed the emergence of a new phenomenon in marketing practice and research in terms of the rapid and widespread diffusion of information technology. Of particularExpand
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The future of diffusion research
It has been over six years since the last DATA BASE special issue on Diffusion of IT. In that dou- ble issue (Vol. 26, Nos. 2 & 3) edited by Mary Prescott, a key point was that the general innova-Expand
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Experience effects on the accuracy of self-assessed user competence
Self-managed learning is the normal way that users learn to work with software within organizations. To be effective, self-managed, learning requires individuals to self-assess their IT knowledge;Expand
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Effective IT outsourcing arrangements
IT outsourcing is about contracting technology services to a third-party but involves much more than the contractual definition of the arrangement. Structuring the alliance, managing the relationshipExpand
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