Computer self-efficacy and outcome expectancy: the effects on the end-user's job satisfaction

@inproceedings{Henry1995ComputerSA,
  title={Computer self-efficacy and outcome expectancy: the effects on the end-user's job satisfaction},
  author={John W. Henry and Robert W. Stone},
  booktitle={CPRS},
  year={1995}
}
Information technology has expanded into the realm of almost every organizational environment. The past 30 years have witnessed an emphasis on the technological attributes of these systems, often with little regard for human factors. Even more importantly, as information technology use becomes nonvolitional, assessment of the impact of these systems on end-user job satisfaction becomes essential for successful implementation and use. This research presents and empirically tests a theoretically… CONTINUE READING

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