Testing an Integrated Implementation Model with Data from a Generalized Dss

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Michael J. Ginzberg

University of Delaware - Business Administration

Henry C. Lucas Jr.

New York University (NYU)

Randall Schultz

University of Iowa - Henry B. Tippie College of Business

Date Written: March 1986

Abstract

A model proposed by Schultz, Ginzberg & Lucas (1984) that integrates thefactor and process approaches to implementation was field tested with datafrom a generalized decision support system. Significant associations werefound between manager acceptance and user perceptions of support, userpersonal stake and system use. The results suggest that voluntary andnon-voluntary use of a system have different precursors and may be encouragedin different ways. Although the overall model receives only partial support,the results of the study suggest approaches for further testing of networkmodels of implementation.

Suggested Citation

Ginzberg, Michael J. and Lucas Jr., Henry C. and Schultz, Randall, Testing an Integrated Implementation Model with Data from a Generalized Dss (March 1986). Information Systems Working Papers Series, Vol. , pp. -, 1986. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=1289757

Michael J. Ginzberg (Contact Author)

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Henry C. Lucas Jr.

New York University (NYU) ( email )

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Randall Schultz

University of Iowa - Henry B. Tippie College of Business ( email )

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