Aug 222009
 

Unfortunely the search for diffusions theory of innovations over the Google did not work was i supose, so i went back to the YORK page to get some help but.. no so mutch was i thought, only found two references related with diffusion of innovations:
DOI or Diffusion of innovations theory
Social shaping of technology
Technology-organization-environment framework

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Aug 212009
 

It is important in my case do analyse different models that explain de innovation diffusion, besides Rogers models i must read about others or simples expansions of Rogers proposal.
(2001)What’s Wrong with Diffusion of Innovation Theory: The case of a complex and networked technology
(2004)Going Beyond The Dominant Paradigm For Information Technology Innovation Research_ Emerging Concepts And Methods
(2000)The Diffusion and Assimilation of Information Technology Innovations
(2001)The Future of Diffusion Research
(2003)Examining the role of innovation diffusion factors on the implementation success of enterprise resource planning systems

Aug 192009
 

The map is a diagrammatic representation of the 28 core papers comprising the front in Economics & Business.

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Each circle represents a highly cited paper whose bibliographic information is displayed when the user clicks on the circle. The lines between circles represent the strongest co-citation links for each paper (that is, indicating that the papers are frequently cited together). Papers close to each other on the map are generally more highly co-cited. The most recent paper(s) are indicated in pink. Annotations may have been added to this map which represent the main research themes. These appear as labels attached to specific regions on the maps.

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Aug 192009
 

i would like to have access to this article! yes i do!

title:Learning new uses of technology while on an audit engagement: Contextualizing general models to advance pragmatic understanding

abstract:“While most technology acceptance studies focus on initial adoption and use, an emerging stream of literature focuses on post-adoption behavior (Jasperson et al., 2005). This study adds to that stream by conceptualizing a model of the post-adoption process based upon the Unified Theory of Acceptance and Use of Technology (UTAUT) (Venkatesh et al., 2003) and refined based upon work in effort expectancy and social influence (Loraas and Diaz, 2009; Schepers and Wetzels, 2007). The general model is then stylized to the auditing context and an experiment is conducted to test the efficacy of the proposed model. Inline with expectations, effort expectancy influences how an intern auditor thinks about learning a new feature of a technology. Specifically, when the technology is deemed difficult to learn, attitude, anticipatory affect, time budget pressure and social influence are important. However, when technology is easy to learn only self-efficacy and negative anticipated affect are enacted.”

the authors: Michelle C. Diaz and Tina Loraas

Update (01/09/2009): i would like to thanks to the Professor Michelle Diaz for the access to the article 🙂

Aug 102009
 

alguns dos artigos sobre os quais debruçei o minha atenção:
(sd)it supported complex technology transfer in high-tech sector
(2009)enablers and inhibitors to early adoption of xbrl in the u.s.
(2009)dynamic diffusion of innovations: a leader-imitator combined structure pattern
(2009)diffusion of innovations: the leader- imitator combined structure model
(2009)diffusion of innovation theory_ a bridge for the research–practice gap in counseling
(2009)diffusion of innovation in private labels in food products
(2008)modelling the diffusion of innovation management theory using s-curves
(2008)investigate on the forming and its evolving of complex diffusion network based on netlogo
(2008)from adoption to diffusion of a telehealth innovation
(2008)exploring barriers to innovation diffusion in health care service organizations_an issue for effective integration of service architecture and information technologies
(2008)diffusion of technology in the south african private healthcare market
(2008)diffusion of innovation in a social environment: a multi agent based model
(2007)using theory to enhance technology transfer and diffusion of innovations
(2007)knowledge creation and diffusion in innovation networks by system viewpoint
(2007)diffusion of innovations in a small world network
(2007)an investigation of virtual worlds adoption_ a research framework and empirical study
(2006)is oo the systems development technology for your organization?
(2006)an empirical study of the determination of innovation adoption takeoff point by using content analysis
(2004)rethinking information technology transfer in higher education teaching
(2002)diffusion of software technology innovations in the global context
(2000)the adoption of new technology: the case of object-oriented computing in software companies
(1999)sequential adoption theory_a theory for understanding herding in technology adoption decisions
(1998)diffusion of innovations in the cybierorganization
(1990)the development and implementation of inter-organizational systems_ considered at three levels of analysis

Aug 012009
 

Se avançar com este processo (PHD) vou ter que comprar este livro, já me cansa está a ler o que os outros leram no livro dele.. bah!
Translation: It is very important for me to buy this book, i don’t have access and I can’t buy it now because i don’t have the time to wait for the arrival, but if i have success with the acceptant of the proposal I’m going to buy it for sure! I need it!
Diffusion Innovations, 5th Everett Rogers
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