Changing Frames or Framing Change? Social Cognitive Implications of Organizational Change during IT Adoption

@inproceedings{Davidson1997ChangingFO,
  title={Changing Frames or Framing Change? Social Cognitive Implications of Organizational Change during IT Adoption},
  author={Elizabeth J. Davidson},
  booktitle={HICSS},
  year={1997}
}
In this paper, I draw on the concept of technological frames of reference [26] to examine the relationship between organizational change and outcomes of the IT adoption process from a social cognitive perspective. In an in-depth, longitudinal field study of two IT implementation projects, I examined how changes in the organizational context influenced technological frames and how shifts in technological frames affected stakeholders' interpretations of the information technology application, its… CONTINUE READING

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