The Effect of Self-Efficacy in the Acceptance of Information Technology in the Public Sector

  title={The Effect of Self-Efficacy in the Acceptance of Information Technology in the Public Sector},
  author={Sami Mohamed Saleh Al-Haderi},
  • Sami Mohamed Saleh Al-Haderi
  • Published 2013
Purpose: In order for the organizations to realize the full benefits of the application of IT, it is important for those who have to use the technology to accept it. Knowing what makes employees accept or resist to some technology is important so that the investment made on the IT application yields a good and satisfactory return. The study is to test the success of the technology acceptance model in Yemen culture. In addition, This study aims to investigate the factors influencing the… CONTINUE READING
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