Date of Award
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
Computer Information Systems
Alain Cucchi - Co-Chair
Detmar Straub - Co-Chair
Michael Gallivan and Emmanuel Monod
Understanding individual adaptation to Information Systems (IS) has received relatively little attention in IS research. For furthering these issues, a multi-paper dissertation is adopted and studies distinct aspects of user interaction with IT related with adaptation. Thus, in order to better understand how system users adapt to IT disruptions this study examines (1) how system users who become disrupted by IS that provide them with too much information interact with these systems, (2) the influence of espoused cultural values (Srite et al. 2006) on user coping strategies of adaptation to IS, and (3) middle managers responses to the implementation of disruptive IT in public administration. These dissertation studies together help improve our knowledge on individual adaptive responses to IT disruptions.
Elie-Dit-Cosaque, Christophe, "Studies on Adaptation to Information Systems: Multiple Roles and Coping Strategies." Dissertation, Georgia State University, 2009.