The Intention to Re-Adopt Collaboration and Communication Technologies by Project Teams
Proceedings of the Americas Conference on Information Systems
The adoption of technology is a subject of perennial interest in information systems. Post- Adoption continuance has recently been an area that has attracted interest. However the adoption of technologies within projects is an understudied area. This paper proposes to examine the reasons for technology adoption in projects where there is some experience with the technology from previous projects. Technology Continuance Theory (TCT) (Liao, Palvia, & Chen, 2009) is adopted in this research as a theoretical lens. The main purpose of this research is to explore if CCTs acceptance and use are consistent with the TCT. The participants of this study are Information Systems professionals. It is expected that the TCT will provide an adequate explanation for intention to adopt CCTs in projects where the technology has been used before.
Case, Thomas L., Michael J. Cuellar, Manouchehr Tabatabaei.
"The Intention to Re-Adopt Collaboration and Communication Technologies by Project Teams."
Proceedings of the Americas Conference on Information Systems: 1-7 San Juan, Puerto Rico: Association for Information Systems.