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Contributing Knowledge to Electronic Knowledge Repositories: An Empirical Investigation
It can be seen that extrinsic benefits (reciprocity and organizational reward) impact EKR usage contingent on particular contextual factors whereas the effects of intrinsic benefits (knowledge self-efficacy and enjoyment in helping others) on E KR usage are not moderated by contextual factors. Expand
Predicting Intention to Adopt Interorganizational Linkages: An Institutional Perspective
The findings indicate that organizations are embedded in institutional networks and call for greater attention to be directed at understanding institutional pressures when investigating information technology innovations adoption. Expand
Understanding customer satisfaction and loyalty: An empirical study of mobile instant messages in China
It is confirmed that trust, perceived service quality, perceived customer value, including functional value and emotional value, contribute to generating customer satisfaction with MIM and that age, gender, and usage time have moderating effects. Expand
A Cross-Cultural Study on Escalation of Commitment Behavior in Software Projects
Examining the level of sunk cost together with the risk propensity and risk perception of decision makers reveals that some factors behind decision makers' willingness to continue a project are consistent across cultures while others may be culture-sensitive. Expand
An integrative study of information systems security effectiveness
This study develops an integrative model of IS security effectiveness and empirically tests the model, finding greater deterrent efforts and preventive measures were found to lead to enhancedIS security effectiveness. Expand
Conceptualizing and Testing a Social Cognitive Model of the Digital Divide
A model is developed to show how the digital access divide affects the digital capability divide and the digital outcome divide among students, and generates insights into the relationships among the three levels of the digital divide. Expand
What drives continued knowledge sharing? An investigation of knowledge-contribution and -seeking beliefs
  • J. He, K. Wei
  • Psychology, Computer Science
  • Decis. Support Syst.
  • 1 March 2009
It is proposed that knowledge management system (KMS) users' beliefs are contextually differentiated, and thus a distinction between knowledge-contribution and knowledge-seeking behaviors and an adequate emphasis on their variance in terms of user belief is needed. Expand
Conflict and Performance in Global Virtual Teams
The antecedents of GVT conflict and the circumstances under which conflict affects team performance are examined and a model is synthesized to guide future empirical research and GVT practice. Expand
The role of institutional pressures and organizational culture in the firm's intention to adopt internet‐enabled supply chain management systems
Drawing upon organizational culture and institutional theory, this study investigates how institutional pressures motivate the firm to adopt Internet-enabled Supply Chain Management systems (eSCM)Expand
Organizational culture and leadership in ERP implementation
It is contended that ERP implementation success is positively related with organizational culture along the dimensions of learning and development, participative decision making, power sharing, support and collaboration, and tolerance for risk and conflicts. Expand