Concepts

Concepts

A

  • Adaptive Behaviour (Protection Motivation Theory)
  • Attitude (Technology Acceptance Model)
  • B

  • Behavioural Intention (Unified Theory of Acceptance and Use of Technology)
  • C

  • Calibration (Configurational Theory)
  • Capability Lifecycle (Resource-Based Theory)
  • Causal Asymmetry (Configurational Theory)
  • Causal Condition (Configurational Theory)
  • Channel Management (Resource-Based Theory)
  • Cognition (Cognitive Dissonance Theory)
  • Cognitive Dissonance (Cognitive Dissonance Theory)
  • Cognitive Dissonance Reduction (Cognitive Dissonance Theory)
  • Communication Channels (Diffusion of Innovations)
  • Compatibility (Diffusion of Innovations)
  • Complexity (Diffusion of Innovations)
  • Computer Anxiety (Technology Acceptance Model)
  • Computer Playfulness (Technology Acceptance Model)
  • Computer Self-Efficacy (Technology Acceptance Model)
  • Configuration (Configurational Theory)
  • Conjunctural Causation (Configurational Theory)
  • Consistency Sufficiency/Consistency Necessity (Configurational Theory)
  • Cost (Social Exchange Theory)
  • Coverage Necessity/Coverage Sufficiency (Configurational Theory)
  • Customer Satisfaction (Resource-Based Theory)
  • D

  • Denial of Responsibility (Equity Theory)
  • Derogation of A Victim (Equity Theory)
  • E

  • Effort Expectancy (Unified Theory of Acceptance and Use of Technology)
  • Environmental Subsystem (Socio-Technical Theory)
  • Equifinality (Socio-Technical Theory)
  • Equifinality (Configurational Theory)
  • Equity (Social Exchange Theory)
  • Equity (compared To A Referent Person) (Equity Theory)
  • Equity (compared To Generalised Others) (Equity Theory)
  • Equity (compared To Oneself) (Equity Theory)
  • Equity Sensitivity (Equity Theory)
  • Experience (Technology Acceptance Model)
  • Experience (Unified Theory of Acceptance and Use of Technology)
  • F

  • Facilitating Conditions (Unified Theory of Acceptance and Use of Technology)
  • Fear (Protection Motivation Theory)
  • Financial Performance (Resource-Based Theory)
  • Firm Performance (Resource-Based Theory)
  • Firm Resource Heterogeneity (Resource-Based Theory)
  • Firm Resource Immobility (Resource-Based Theory)
  • Fuzzy Set (Configurational Theory)
  • G

  • Global Innovation Culture (Resource-Based Theory)
  • Global Knowledge Integration (Resource-Based Theory)
  • Global Npd Process Capabilities/routines (Resource-Based Theory)
  • Global Npd Programme Performance (Resource-Based Theory)
  • H

  • Habit (Unified Theory of Acceptance and Use of Technology)
  • Hedonic Motivation (Unified Theory of Acceptance and Use of Technology)
  • Homework Activities (Resource-Based Theory)
  • I

  • Image (Technology Acceptance Model)
  • Imperfect Imitability (Resource-Based Theory)
  • Inequity (Equity Theory)
  • Innovation-decision Type (Diffusion of Innovations)
  • Input (Equity Theory)
  • Intention to Use (Technology Acceptance Model)
  • J

  • Job Relevance (Technology Acceptance Model)
  • Joint optimisation (Socio-Technical Theory)
  • L

  • Launceh Preparation (Resource-Based Theory)
  • M

  • Maladaptive Rewards (Protection Motivation Theory)
  • Management Involvment In Global Npd (Resource-Based Theory)
  • Markeing Capbility Interdependency (Resource-Based Theory)
  • Market Effectiveness (Resource-Based Theory)
  • Market Information Management (Resource-Based Theory)
  • Marketing Communication (Resource-Based Theory)
  • Marketing Implementation (Resource-Based Theory)
  • Marketing Planning (Resource-Based Theory)
  • N

  • Norm of Reciprocity (Social Exchange Theory)
  • Npd Organisational Resources (Resource-Based Theory)
  • Npd Process Formality (Resource-Based Theory)
  • O

  • Objective Usability (Technology Acceptance Model)
  • Observability (Diffusion of Innovations)
  • Open System (Socio-Technical Theory)
  • Organisational Capability (Resource-Based Theory)
  • Organisational Dynamic Capability (Resource-Based Theory)
  • Other (Equity Theory)
  • Outcome (Configurational Theory)
  • Output (Equity Theory)
  • Output Quality (Technology Acceptance Model)
  • P

  • Parsimonious, Intermediate and Complex Solution (Configurational Theory)
  • Perceived Ease of Use (Technology Acceptance Model)
  • Perceived Enjoyment (Technology Acceptance Model)
  • Perceived Threat Severity (Protection Motivation Theory)
  • Perceived Threat Vulnerability (Protection Motivation Theory)
  • Perceived Usefulness (Technology Acceptance Model)
  • Perception of External Control (Technology Acceptance Model)
  • Performance Expectancy (Unified Theory of Acceptance and Use of Technology)
  • Performance Impact (Task-Technology Fit)
  • Person (Equity Theory)
  • Physical Restoration of Inequity (Equity Theory)
  • Price Value (Unified Theory of Acceptance and Use of Technology)
  • Pricing (Resource-Based Theory)
  • Product Development (Resource-Based Theory)
  • Profitability (Resource-Based Theory)
  • Psychological Restoration of Inequity (Equity Theory)
  • Q

  • QCA (Configurational Theory)
  • R

  • Rareness (Resource-Based Theory)
  • Rate of Adoption of Innovations (Diffusion of Innovations)
  • Reciprocity (Social Exchange Theory)
  • Reference Person (Equity Theory)
  • Relative Advantage (Diffusion of Innovations)
  • Remainders (Configurational Theory)
  • Resource Commitment (Resource-Based Theory)
  • Response Cost (Protection Motivation Theory)
  • Response Efficacy (Protection Motivation Theory)
  • Result Demonstrability (Technology Acceptance Model)
  • Retaliation (Equity Theory)
  • Reward (Social Exchange Theory)
  • S

  • Self-affirmation (Equity Theory)
  • Self-deprivation (Equity Theory)
  • Self-efficacy (Protection Motivation Theory)
  • Selling (Resource-Based Theory)
  • Social Exchange (Social Exchange Theory)
  • Social Influence (Unified Theory of Acceptance and Use of Technology)
  • Social Subsystem (Socio-Technical Theory)
  • Solution Formula (Configurational Theory)
  • Steady State (Socio-Technical Theory)
  • Subjective Norm (Technology Acceptance Model)
  • Substitutability (Resource-Based Theory)
  • Sustained Competitive Advantage (Resource-Based Theory)
  • T

  • Task Characteristics (Task Equivocality, Task Interdependence) (Task-Technology Fit)
  • Task-Technology Fit (Task-Technology Fit)
  • Technical Subsystem (Socio-Technical Theory)
  • Timing of Adoption (Diffusion of Innovations)
  • Trialability (Diffusion of Innovations)
  • Truth Table (Configurational Theory)
  • U

  • Use Behaviour (Unified Theory of Acceptance and Use of Technology)
  • Utilisation (Task-Technology Fit)
  • V

  • Value (Resource-Based Theory)
  • Variants (Configurational Theory)
  • Voluntariness (Technology Acceptance Model)
  • Voluntariness of Use (Unified Theory of Acceptance and Use of Technology)
  • W

  • Windows of Opportunities (Resource-Based Theory)
  • Work System (Socio-Technical Theory)