Facilitating Innovation Adoption and Diffusion: The Case of Telework

@inproceedings{Ruppel1998FacilitatingIA,
  title={Facilitating Innovation Adoption and Diffusion: The Case of Telework},
  author={Cynthia P. Ruppel and Geoffry S. Howard},
  year={1998}
}
Despite many potential benefits for both the employer and the employee resulting from telework arrangements, this innovation has not been adopted and diffused as expected. This study uses innovation theory as a foundation to study the growth of telework by empirically testing the strength of the relationship between facilitator variables and the adoption and diffusion of telework. Strong relationships were found for both general innovation facilitator variables, such as top management support… CONTINUE READING

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