I/S Attitudes: Toward Theoretical and Definitional Clarity

  title={I/S Attitudes: Toward Theoretical and Definitional Clarity},
  author={Dale Goodhue},
  journal={DATA BASE},
There has long been a recognized need to measure the "success" or efficacy of information systems and the implementation process. Various constructs related to success have been suggested such as user attitudes, use, performance, and value. The attitude construct has received a great deal of attention for both theoretical and operational reasons. This paper focuses on the need for a convincing theoretical model linking systems or policies and user attitudes on the one hand, and user attitude… CONTINUE READING
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