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Behavioral Intention Formation in Knowledge Sharing: Examining the Roles of Extrinsic Motivators, Social-Psychological Factors, and Organizational Climate
It is found that anticipated reciprocal relationships affect individuals' attitudes toward knowledge sharing while both sense of self-worth and organizational climate affect subjective norms, and anticipated extrinsic rewards exert a negative effect on individuals' knowledge-sharing attitudes. Expand
Extending the TAM for a World-Wide-Web context
This study introduces playfulness as a new factor that reflects the user’s intrinsic belief in WWW acceptance and extends and empirically validate the Technology Acceptance Model (TAM) for the WWW context. Expand
Breaking the Myths of Rewards: An Exploratory Study of Attitudes about Knowledge Sharing
Positive attitude toward knowledge sharing is found to lead to positive intention to share knowledge and, finally, to actual knowledge sharing behaviors. Expand
Effect of Partnership Quality on IS Outsourcing Success: Conceptual Framework and Empirical Validation
Recently, increasing attention has been paid to building successful partnerships in information systems (IS) outsourcing. This study establishes partnership quality as a key predictor of outsourcingExpand
The critical success factors for ERP implementation: an organizational fit perspective
The results from the field survey of 34 organizations show that ERP implementation success significantly depends on the organizational fit of ERP and certain implementation contingencies, which indicates that the root of such high failure rate is explored from an "organizational fit" perspective. Expand
Sense of Virtual Community: A Conceptual Framework and Empirical Validation
An analysis of 172 members of 44 virtual communities found that the sense of virtual community is affected by the enthusiasm of the community's leaders, off-line activities available to members, and enjoyability. Expand
Identifying key factors affecting consumer purchase behavior in an online shopping context
While interactions in the real world shopping are mainly based on face‐to‐face activities between consumers and service personnels, interactions in electronic commerce take place mainly through theExpand
Knowledge sharing in virtual communities: an e-business perspective
A virtual community activity framework is developed, integrating community knowledge sharing activity into business activities in the form of an e-business model, finding that the level of community knowledgesharing activity is related to virtual community outcomes and such outcomes are significantly associated with loyalty to the virtual community service provider. Expand
Encouraging participation in virtual communities
Leaders of robust, sustainable virtual communities find ways tostrengthen their members' sense of social identity and motivate their participation in the community's activities.
The effects of individual motivations and social capital on employees' tacit and explicit knowledge sharing intentions
An integrated model to understand key factors of employee knowledge sharing intentions through constructs prescribed by two established knowledge management research streams is developed and confirms that reciprocity, enjoyment, and social capital contribute significantly to enhancing employees’ tacit and explicitknowledge sharing intentions. Expand