AMCIS 2013 CFP Mini-Track: User Resistance to Information Technology

AMCIS 2013 CFP Mini-Track: User Resistance to Information Technology
Track: Adoption and Diffusion of Information Technology (SIGADIT)

Topics of interest to this mini-track include but are not limited to:
· User resistance and IT-induced organizational change
· Change management methods to address and overcome user resistance
· User resistance and IS implementations (User resistance in pre- and post-implementation phases)
· User resistance as a positive side effect of IS implementations
· User resistance to mandatory technologies in organizations (e.g. ERP-systems, ECM-systems, Healthcare, E-Government, etc.)
· User resistance to consumer technologies (e.g. Smartphones, Facebook, etc.)
· Technostress and user resistance
· Different user resistance behaviors (e.g. sabotage, turnover, non-usage, organizational commitment, discontinuous usage, criticism, etc.)
· The role of enablers and inhibitors for user resistance, beliefs about different user resistance objects (e.g. information, system, or service quality, etc.)
· User resistance and social influence / social networks
· User resistance and individual differences (e.g. age, gender, personality, etc.)
· User resistance and the digital divide, Resistance to IT of digital immigrants vs. digital natives (Are digital natives less resistance than digital immigrants?)
· Psychological and physiological consequences of user resistance

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