By Heinrich J. Stüttgen
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The three articles in this category, Markus (1983), Kwon and Zmud (1987), and Orlikowski (1993b), all explore questions related to IS implementation from a broad perspective that acknowledges the richness and complexity of the factors which affect the successfulness of IT implementation in organizations. In one of the early classics of the IS literature, Markus (1983) compares three theories (people-determined, system-determined, and the political variant of interaction theory) regarding the causes of resistance against the implementation of a new IS and finds support only for the political variant of interaction theory.
A comprehensive review of the individual articles or the issues covered in this dialogue is not possible within the scope of this chapter; instead, we will provide a short summary of the key questions and strongly encourage the interested reader to read the King and Lyytinen (2006) book. One of the key questions debated in this context is whether or not the IS field should have a strong shared identity in the first place. , Benbasat and Weber, 1996; Benbasat and Zmud, 2003; Weber, 2006). For example, Benbasat and Weber (1996) very clearly state that “[w]e run the risk, therefore, that diversity will be the miasma that spells the demise of the discipline” (p.
The rest of the section will discuss the key characteristics and the most important research themes featured in each of the categories. 1 User Acceptance and Use of IT By far, the most actively cited category is user acceptance and use of information technology (IT). The seminal works in this category are Davis (1985, 1989) and Davis et al. (1989), which introduced the Technology Acceptance Model (TAM). These articles were then followed up by a number of influential efforts to evaluate and extend TAM, such as Taylor and Todd (1995b), Gefen and Straub (1997), Venkatesh and Davis (2000), and Venkatesh et al.
A Hierarchical Associative Processing System by Heinrich J. Stüttgen