Journal of Organizational and End User Computing

Journal of Organizational and End User Computing articles

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A theoretical investigation and extension of a model of information technology architecture maturity.(Report)
October 1, 2009 ... Introduction IT resources must be managed in an orderly, effective manner to successfully implement the IT strategy (1) (Bradley & Byrd, 2007; Earl, 1989). This management can be facilitated by the development and utilization of an...

Investigating the effects of distractions and task complexity on knowledge worker productivity in the context of mobile computing environments.(Report)
October 1, 2009 ... Introduction Mobile wireless computing is quickly growing in scope and popularity, and holds the promise of being the next major paradigm in personal computing (Barnes, 2001). Given that mobile wireless computing does not limit the...

Pervasive or invasive? A strategic approach to IT-enabled access and immediacy.(Practice Note)(Report)
October 1, 2009 ... INTRODUCTION Anyone who has said "IT doesn't matter," must not have a wireless personal digital assistant (PDA). For people connected to communications and information systems, IT (information technology) can have a profound--and not...

Accurately determining self-efficacy for computer application domains: an empirical comparison of two methodologies.(Report)
October 1, 2009 ... INTRODUCTION Computer self-efficacy (CSE) has long been a construct of interest to the IT community of practitioners and researchers. CSE remains a strong predictor of computer performance and a variety of computer related activities,...

An investigation of liking of computers, help received, and job outcomes for computer workers.(Technical report)
July 1, 2009 ... INTRODUCTION Computers seem to be omnipresent in today's society, and the number of employees completing some or all of their jobs on a computer continues to increase. However, not all individuals enjoy computer work as much as others....