Information Systems Innovation and Diffusion: Issues and Directions

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Tor Jermud Larsen, Eugene McGuire
Idea Group Inc (IGI), Jan 1, 1998 - Computers - 454 pages
Organizations report that as much as 50% of investments in IS and IT solutions are judged to be outright failures or deemed highly unsatisfactory. Information Systems Innovation and Diffusion: Issues and Directions reports on innovation and diffusion research and presents theory-based guidelines that will increase the business value of IS/IT investments.
 

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Contents

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Chapter
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Chapter
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Chapter
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Information Systems Use in Continuously Innovative Organizations
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The Impact of Mental Workload in the Evaluation of Innovations
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Chapter 4
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Section IIThe Diffusion of Software Application Packages
114
The Adoption and Diffusion of Quick Response Technologies in
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Facilitation of Technology Diffusion
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Bringing Businesses onto
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Technology Diffusion and Adoption in Small Rural Firms
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The Conceptualization of Innovation
373
A Framework for Research and Practice
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Issues in
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Index
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Chapter 7
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Strategic Implications of Hype on the Adoption of Innovative
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