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Summary articles Managing Technological Change

An extensive summary of all 20 articles of the Managing Technological Change course. The file contains an extensive summary of each article but also after every week a short summary of the 4 articles Articles: 1) Brynjolfsson & Hitt, 2000: Beyond computation, organizational transformation and business performance 2) Heracleous & Barrett, 2001: Organizational change as discourse: communicative actions and deep structures in the context of IT 3) Leonardi, 2007: Activating the Informational Capabilities of Information Technology for Organizational Change 4) Markus & Robey, 1988: IT and organizational change: causal structure in theory and research 5) Davis, 2005: Perceived usefulness, perceived ease of use, and user acceptance of information technology 6) Mathieson, 1991: Predicting user intentions: comparing the technology acceptance model with the theory of planned behavior 7) Rai, Lang & Welker, 2002: Assessing the validity of IS success models: An empirical test and theoretical analysis 8) Venkatesh, Morris, Davis, Davis, 2013: User acceptance of information technologies: toward a unified view 9) Kim & Kankanhalli, 2009: Investigating user resistance to information systems implementation: A status quo bias perspective. 10) Laptoine, 2005: A multilevel model of resistance to information technology implementation 11) Jasperson, Carter & Zmud, 2005: A comprehensive conceptualization of post-adoptive behaviors associated with information technology enabled work systems. 12) Li, Hsieh & Rai, 2013: Motivational Differences Across Post-Acceptance IS Usage Behaviors 13) Cennamo, 2016: Building the Value of Next-Generation Platforms: The Paradox of Diminishing Returns 14) Huang, Liu, Newell, 2017: Growing on Steroids: Rapidly Scaling the User Base of Digital Ventures Though Digital Innovation 15) Kim, Nam & Stimpert, 2004: The Applicability of Porter’s Generic Strategies in the Digital Age: Assumptions, Conjectures, and Suggestions 16) LaValle, Lesser, Shockley, Hopkins and Kruschwitz, 2011: Big data, analytics and the path from insights to value 17) Kapoor and Lee, 2013: Coordinating and Competing in Ecosystems: How Organizational Forms Shape New Technology Investment 18) Maula & Zahra, 2013: Top Management’s Attention to Discontinuous Technological Change: Corporate Venture Capital as an Alert Mechanism 19) Tumbas, Berente, & Brocke, 2018: Digital innovation and institutional entrepreneurship: Chief Digital Officer perspectives of their emerging role 20) Zhu & Liu, 2018: Competing with complementors: An empirical look at A

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