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Publication years1984-2016
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January 2016 HICSS '16: Proceedings of the 2016 49th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS)
Publisher: IEEE Computer Society
Citation Count: 0

We developed a health and wellness smartphone app to support diabetes self-management. The target users are older, less healthy adults with advanced type 2 diabetes. We illustrate the design implications of a health and wellness smartphone app for such users by presenting the process and results of our usability and ...

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November 2014 MMA '14: Proceedings of the 1st Workshop on Mobile Medical Applications
Publisher: ACM
Citation Count: 0
Downloads (6 Weeks): 4,   Downloads (12 Months): 44,   Downloads (Overall): 158

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Many people are bored with their current physical activities and would like individualized recommendations of alternatives. Even users who have favorite exercises may seek recommendations if their context (e.g., bad weather, location) changes. Prior work has focused on tracking user activities and goal-setting, but not on recommendations. In this paper, ...
Keywords: fitness, physical activity, recommender system, smartphone application

September 2013 ICHI '13: Proceedings of the 2013 IEEE International Conference on Healthcare Informatics
Publisher: IEEE Computer Society
Citation Count: 1

Running is a popular physical activity that improves physical and mental well being. Unfortunately, up-to-date information about runners' performance and psychological well being is limited. Many questions remain unanswered, such as how far and how fast runners typically run, their preferred running times and frequencies, how long new runners persist ...
Keywords: social network services, Twitter, physical activity, running, information retrieval, data analysis

September 2013 MIS Quarterly: Volume 37 Issue 3, September 2013
Publisher: Society for Information Management and The Management Information Systems Research Center
Citation Count: 18

Convincing arguments for using critical realism as an underpinning for theories of IT-associated organizational change have appeared in the Information Systems literature. A central task in developing such theories is to uncover the generative mechanisms by which IT is implicated in organizational change processes, but to do so, we must ...
Keywords: case study, critical realism, generative mechanism, affordance, organizational change

January 2012 HICSS '12: Proceedings of the 2012 45th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences
Publisher: IEEE Computer Society
Citation Count: 0

Personal Health Records (PHRs) and patient portals are becoming more popular as health systems continue to emphasize patient centered health care delivery. Our study investigates the factors that influence adoption and utilization of PHR systems using a mixed method approach. Our data include PHR system utilization data collected about registered ...
Keywords: personal health records, patient portals, use statistics, e-health

December 2010 MIS Quarterly: Volume 34 Issue 4, Decenber 2010
Publisher: Society for Information Management and The Management Information Systems Research Center
Citation Count: 39

Packaged software applications such as enterprise systems are designed to support generic rather than specific requirements, and hence are likely to be an imperfect fit in any particular instance. Using critical realism as our philosophical perspective, we conducted a three-year qualitative study of misfits that arose from an enterprise system ...
Keywords: critical realism, fit, IT artifact, enterprise systems, misfits

January 2010 Decision Support Systems: Volume 48 Issue 2, January, 2010
Publisher: Elsevier Science Publishers B. V.
Citation Count: 14

While the technology acceptance model (TAM) is generally robust it does not always adequately explain user behavior. Recent studies argue that including individual characteristics in TAM can improve our understanding of those conditions under which TAM is not adequate for explaining acceptance behavior. Using this argument, we examine the effects ...
Keywords: Behavioral intention, Positive mood theory, Usefulness, Computerized decision aids, Decision support systems, Ease of use, Mood, Affect, Technology acceptance model, Uncertainty

January 2008 Information and Management: Volume 45 Issue 1, January, 2008
Publisher: Elsevier Science Publishers B. V.
Citation Count: 3

While psychology research has indicated that positive mood enhances cognition and behavior, MIS researchers have largely ignored such potential effects on user acceptance of new IT. Using two cognitive theories on mood and memory, positive mood theory and the affect infusion model (AIM), we developed hypotheses about the contribution of ...
Keywords: Mood, Affect, Uncertainty, Behavioral intention, Human computer interaction, Technology acceptance, Computerized decision aids

September 2007 Organization Science: Volume 18 Issue 5, September 2007
Publisher: INFORMS
Citation Count: 41

While various theories have been proposed to explain how technology leads to organizational change, in general they have focused either on the technology and ignored the influence of human agency, or on social interaction and ignored the technology. In this paper, we propose a new theory of technology-mediated organizational change ...
Keywords: agency, organizational change, critical realism, grounded theory, embeddedness, enterprise systems, structure

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September 2006 ACM SIGMIS Database: the DATABASE for Advances in Information Systems: Volume 37 Issue 2-3, Spring-Summer 2006
Publisher: ACM
Citation Count: 9
Downloads (6 Weeks): 6,   Downloads (12 Months): 50,   Downloads (Overall): 1,154

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This study is part of a stream of research that has a goal of understanding software utilization choices of users by extending and testing TTF models in a variety of domains using various methods of model estimation. In particular, this study extends a Task-Technology Fit (TTF) model by including the ...
Keywords: computer self-efficacy (CSE), individual differences, fit, individual characteristics, task-technology fit (TTF) models

June 2005 European Journal of Information Systems - Special issue: Making enterprise systems work: Volume 14 Issue 2, June 2005
Publisher: Macmillan Press Ltd.
Citation Count: 13

A key touted benefit of enterprise systems (ES) is organizational integration of both business processes and data, which is expected to reduce processing time and increase control over operations. In our 3-year longitudinal case study of a phased ES implementation, we employed a grounded theory methodology to discover organizational effects ...
Keywords: differentiation, integration, enterprise systems, interdependence

January 2005 Information and Organization: Volume 15 Issue 1, January, 2005
Publisher: Pergamon Press, Inc.
Citation Count: 22

In this study of enterprise system (ES) use at a global manufacturing organization, we have taken an interpretive perspective and used a Glaserian grounded theory methodology to explore the ES-enabled changes in organizational control that emerged after system implementation. From our field data we identified two seemingly contradictory theoretical concepts: ...
Keywords: Discipline, ERP systems, Control, Enterprise systems, Panopticon, Empowerment

June 2004 Computer: Volume 37 Issue 6, June 2004
Publisher: IEEE Computer Society Press
Citation Count: 10

An enterprise system has the Herculean task of seamlessly supporting and integrating a full range of business processes by uniting functional islands and making their data visible across the organization in real time. If organizations can endure the implementation cost and pain, they are rewarded with large increases in both ...

December 2003 Journal of Management Information Systems: Volume 20 Issue 3, Number 3/Winter 2003
Publisher: M. E. Sharpe, Inc.
Citation Count: 18

Knowledge about work processes is a prerequisite for performing work. We investigate whether a certain mode of knowledge, knowing-why, affects work performance and whether the knowledge held by different work roles matters for work performance. We operationalize these questions in the specific domain of data production processes and data quality. ...
Keywords: Knowing-Why, Data Quality, Knowledge, Knowledge Modes, Key Words And Phrases: Data Processes, Work Roles

July 2003 Information Resources Management Journal: Volume 16 Issue 3, July 2003
Publisher: IGI Global
Citation Count: 3

Computer-aided software engineering CASE tools have been advocated for improving maintainer productivity and the quality of maintained software. While there is evidence that such benefits can accrue to organizations adopting maintenance-oriented CASE tools, a key problem in achieving the desired benefits from CASE tools is low usage of these tools ...

December 2002 Information and Management: Volume 40 Issue 2, December 2002
Publisher: Elsevier Science Publishers B. V.
Citation Count: 145

Information quality (IQ) is critical in organizations. Yet, despite a decade of active research and practice, the field lacks comprehensive methodologies for its assessment and improvement. Here, we develop such a methodology, which we call AIM quality (AIMQ) to form a basis for IQ assessment and benchmarking. The methodology is ...
Keywords: information quality assessment, total data quality management (TDQM), information quality analysis, information quality benchmarking, information quality improvement, information quality

17 published by ACM
April 2002 Communications of the ACM - Supporting community and building social capital: Volume 45 Issue 4, April 2002
Publisher: ACM
Citation Count: 49
Downloads (6 Weeks): 17,   Downloads (12 Months): 280,   Downloads (Overall): 5,584

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Information quality (IQ) is an inexact science in terms of assessment and benchmarks. Although various aspects of quality and information have been investigated [1, 4, 6, 7, 9, 12], there is still a critical need for a methodology that assesses how well organizations develop information products and deliver information services ...

December 1998 Journal of Systems and Software: Volume 44 Issue 2, Dec. 1998
Publisher: Elsevier Science Inc.
Citation Count: 20

May 1998 Journal of Software Maintenance: Research and Practice: Volume 10 Issue 3, May 1, 1998
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
Citation Count: 6

Keywords: actual software tool use, cognitive fit, fitness-for-use, behavioural control, intended software tool use, task-technology fit

August 1997 Computer: Volume 30 Issue 8, August 1997
Publisher: IEEE Computer Society Press
Citation Count: 19

When spring finally comes to New England, it brings with it gaping holes in roads. The larger of these potholes are patched, but the road can never be made smooth again. Smaller potholes, although a daily nuisance, are often not repaired at all. Something similar is happening in the area ...

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