The Influence of User Active Adaptive Strategies on IT Adoption : An Empirical Investigation
Elie-dit-Cosaque, Christophe; Pallud, Jessie (2011-08), The Influence of User Active Adaptive Strategies on IT Adoption : An Empirical Investigation, Proceedings of the Seventeenth Americas Conference on Information Systems, Detroit, Michigan August 4th-7th 2011, p. Paper 472
TypeCommunication / Conférence
Conference titleAmericas Conference on Information Systems
Conference cityDetroit, Michigan
Book titleProceedings of the Seventeenth Americas Conference on Information Systems, Detroit, Michigan August 4th-7th 2011
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Abstract (EN)Information systems (IS) researchers are increasingly concerned by the paucity of research on how user adaptive strategies toinformation technology (IT) influence IT adoption and success. Drawing on the Information Systems Success Model (ISM)and following a mixed qualitative and quantitative approach, this study examines how individual adaptation to IT impacts theadoption of a Cloud Computing application that has been deployed to almost 4500 workers in a company. The results showthat system characteristics and satisfaction significantly influence IT beliefs and usage. They also show that an activeadaptive strategy to the IT implementation significantly moderates the impacts of satisfaction on IT beliefs.
Subjects / KeywordsAdoption; User Adaptation; IS Success Model; IT usage; IS characteristics
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