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Social Cognitive Theory and Individual Reactions to Computing Technology: A Longitudinal Study
A model, based on Bandura's Social Cognitive Theory, was developed to test the influence of computer self-efficacy, outcome expectations, affect, and anxiety on computer usage. The model was testedExpand
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Business Strategic Orientation, Information Systems Strategic Orientation, and Strategic Alignment
Information systems strategic alignment---the fit between business strategic orientation and information systems (IS) strategic orientation---is an important concept. This study measured businessExpand
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Factors of success for end-user computing
A two-phase study concerned with the factors of success associated with the development of computer applications by end users was conducted in 10 large organizations. During the first phase, in-depthExpand
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Coordination in co-located agile software development projects
Agile software development provides a way to organise the complex task of multi-participant software development while accommodating constant project change. Agile software development is wellExpand
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Three decades of research on consumer adoption and utilization of electronic banking channels: A literature analysis
The increased availability of electronically mediated self-service technologies in the banking industry has changed the way banks service their customers. Banking customers today can access, throughExpand
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Searching and Scanning: How Executives Obtain Information From Executive Information Systems
Executive information systems may be used in different ways by managers in retrieving information. Two common modes of use are scanning, or general browsing of data; and focused search, or seekingExpand
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CIO lateral influence behaviors: gaining peers' commitment to strategic information systems
In order to develop and bring to fruition strategic information systems (SIS) projects, chief information officers (CIOs) must be able to effectively influence their peers. This research examines theExpand
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Rising sun: iMode and the wireless Internet
Applying technology acceptance theory to understand why iMode has become so popular in Japan, and whether its popularity will extend to the rest of the world.
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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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