Christophe M. Elie-Dit-Cosaque

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La recherche en SI a déployé des efforts considérables pour mesurer le succès de l’implémentation des technologies de l’information (TI). L’utilisation des TI (Davis 1989), l’infusion des TI (Zmud and Apple 1992), l’essai d’innovation avec les TI (Ahuja and Thatcher 2005) ou la satisfaction des utilisateurs (Doll and Torkzadeh 1988) sont quelques unes de(More)
Organizations are increasingly concerned about ensuring that workers have sufficient sense of control over the information technology (It) that they use. 202 ElIE-DIt-COSaquE, palluD, aND KalIKa however, we know little about the antecedents of the end user’s perceived behavioral control (pBC) with respect to It. Drawing on Kurt lewin’s field theory, the(More)
Virtual patients’ communities are developing on the Internet. These communities allow frequent interactions among patients, who can share health-related information within an interactive environment. However, we know very little about what determines patients’ online collective action on Web 2.0 social networks. Accordingly, this researchin-progress(More)
This article in progress aims to understand the role of culture in the way middle managers promote Information Technologies (IT) and technological change. To gain new insights, this paper presents an approach of change and of culture based on the theory of the strategic actor of Crozier and Friedberg (1977). In this view, how and to what extent middle(More)