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Diffusion of Innovations
Diffusion of Innovations
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Diffusion of innovation studies aim to understand what stimulates the adoption of a resource, such as an idea or product, and how such a decision can affect a social structure and context.

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Socio-technical theory is an organisational theory that conceptualises a given work or other system in view of its constituent social and technical subsystems, with the goal of achieving system success through joint optimisation.

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The Task-Technology Fit model postulates that the match between task requirements and technology characteristics predicts the utilisation of the technology and individuals’ performance.

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The technology acceptance model (TAM) explains the acceptance of information systems by individuals. TAM postulates that the acceptance of technology is predicted by the users’ behavioural intention, which is, in turn, determined by the perception of technology usefulness in performing the task and perceived ease of its use.

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