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The Consequences of technostress for end users in organizations: Conceptual development and empirical validation" (2008). T he research reported in this paper studies the phenomenon of technostress, that is, stress experienced by end users of Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs), and examines its influence on their job satisfaction, commitment… (More)
Monideepa Tarafdar is an associate professor of information, operations, and technology management at the university of Toledo. She has an undergraduate degree in physics and a graduate degree in telecommunications and electronics engineering from the university of Calcutta, India. her ph.D. is in management from the Indian Institute of Management,… (More)
Exploring the factors that may lead to the inability of professionals to adapt or cope with emerging IS in a healthy manner.
We investigate the effect of conditions that create technostress, on technology-enabled innovation, technology-enabled performance, and overall performance. We further look at the role of technology self-efficacy, organizational mechanisms that inhibit technostress, and technology competence as possible mitigations to the effects of technostress creators.… (More)
A rapidly changing environment requires firms to adopt a customer-driven approach in managing their information systems. Study results indicate that firms with high levels of organizational involvement in IS related activities have higher levels of IS management effectiveness. In turn, these higher levels lead to lower levels of end-user self-reliance in… (More)