Advanced Topics in End User Computing, Volume 2

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Mo Adam Mahmood
Idea Group Inc (IGI), 2003 - Computers - 333 pages
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Advanced Topics in End User Computing features the latest research findings dealing with end user computing concepts, issues, and trends. Empirical and theoretical research concerned with all aspects of end user computing including development, utilization, and management are included. Volume two is specifically interested in those studies that show a significant contribution by relating end user computing to end user satisfaction, end user productivity, and strategic and competitive advantage.
*Note: This book is part of a new series entitled "Advanced Topics in End User Computing". This book is Volume Two within this series (Vol. II, 2003).
 

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Contents

Chapter I Using Cognitive Ability and Personality to Select Information Technology Professionals
1
Factors in EndUser Uptake of Computer Supported Cooperative Work
18
Chapter III The Roles of Computer SelfEfficacy and Outcome Expectancy in Influencing the Computer EndUsers Organizational Commitment
44
Chapter IV Personal and Situational Factors as Predictors of End User Performance
64
End User System Effects Outcomes and Overviews
85
Chapter V A Dynamic Model of EndUser Computing
86
Chapter VI A Comparison of End User and Expert System Quality Assessments
105
The Role of Casual Attribution in the Assessment of UserSystem Outcomes
125
Management Attitude End User Education and Training
190
An Exploratory Study
191
Chapter XI A Framework for Cognitive Skill Acquisition and Spreadsheet Training in EndUsers
212
A Study of Small Business Owners
234
Chapter XIII A ThreeTier Technology Training Strategy in a Dynamic Business Environment
263
Comprehensive Bibliography
283
About the Authors
322
Index
330

Potential and Limitations
148
Chapter IX A Graphical Approach for Reducing Spreadsheet Linking Errors
173

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