Leon Crosby

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ue to the sensitive nature of and value associated with the different types of information required by today's managers, organizations must insist the accuracy of the information provided by their computer-based systems is above reproach. Unfortunately , recent cases involving software piracy, data theft, system espionage and employee monitoring have(More)
IT-based business initiatives, such as ERP and BPR, require high computer self-efficacy among employees because these changes require a large-scale use of computers. Computer self-efficacy is affected by many internal and external factors, for instance, personality, organizational culture, etc. While extensive literature exists on how psychological and(More)
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