Addressing Common Method Variance: Guidelines for Survey Research on Information Technology, Operations, and Supply Chain Management

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Common method variance (CMV) is the amount of spurious correlation between variables that is created by using the same method-often a survey-to measure each variable. CMV may lead to erroneous conclusions about relationships between variables by inflating or deflating findings. We analyzed recent survey research in IEEE Transactions on Engineering… (More)
DOI: 10.1109/TEM.2011.2136437

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