Definitional distinctions and implications for managing end user computing

@article{Sipior1989DefinitionalDA,
  title={Definitional distinctions and implications for managing end user computing},
  author={Janice C. Sipior and G. Lawrence Sanders},
  journal={Inf. Manag.},
  year={1989},
  volume={16},
  pages={115-123}
}
Abstract Research has addressed the impact, implications, and expectations of end user computing (EUC). However, the research has generally been exploratory in nature. Definitions in this area lack consistency and thus are unclear. Further, the primary focus has been on individuals, neglecting an understanding of group dynamics in EUC activities. To address these concerns, this paper advances a more explicit definition, recognizing both development and use activities performed either… CONTINUE READING

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