Individual Infusion of Information Systems: The Role of Adaptation and Individual Cognitions

@inproceedings{Fadel2006IndividualIO,
  title={Individual Infusion of Information Systems: The Role of Adaptation and Individual Cognitions},
  author={Kelly J. Fadel},
  booktitle={AMCIS},
  year={2006}
}
Information system (IS) infusion denotes the degree to which an IS is fully integrated into an organization’s or individual’s work practices, and the degree to which the full potential of the IS is being exploited. Most infusion research has focused on broad antecedents of the construct at an organizational level. The current study examines infusion at an individual level. Specifically, it examines how the adaptation process impacts individual-level IS infusion. Based on theories of adaptation… CONTINUE READING

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