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Organizational Factors Affecting Knowledge Sharing Capabilities in E-government: An Empirical Study [chapter]

Soonhee Kim, Hyangsoo Lee
2004 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
To enhance our understanding of the organizational factors affecting knowledge management in public organizations, survey questionnaires were sent to employees in five national government agencies in South  ...  sharing capabilities in the public sector.  ...  knowledge sharing capabilities in e-government.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-24683-1_28 fatcat:dj67qxecwram5dbjjq7fj5bs3u

The Barriers Of E-Government Success : An Empirical Study From Jordan

Ammar Salamh Mujali Al-Rawahna, Shih-Chih Chen, Chung-Wen Hung
2018 Zenodo  
This paper discussed the E-government success barriers and how could these barriers affect in users' dissatisfaction as measure of E-government success.  ...  We found that lack of IT infrastructures readiness is the strongest factor to affect in E-government performance negatively and the most important factor to provoke users' dissatisfaction.  ...  Daniela López De Luise, we highly appreciate you taking the time out to share your experience with us. Thank you for valuable comments and suggestions.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1305082 fatcat:fgs6vwywmrd5zl67mj6ze3v5su

The Barriers of E-Government Success : An Empirical Study from Jordan

Ammar Salamh Mujali Al-rawahna, Shih-Chih Chen, Chung-Wen Hung
2018 International Journal of Managing Public Sector Information and Communication Technologies  
The results clearly articulated that provisionede-services are less than expectationsof stakeholders.We found that lack of IT infrastructures readiness is the strongest factor to affect in E-governmentperformance  ...  E-governmentquality model encompasses information quality, system quality, service quality and IT infrastructures readiness, which are the predecessors of user satisfaction as measure of E-government success  ...  Daniela López De Luise, we highly appreciate you taking the time out to share your experience with us. Thank you for valuable comments and suggestions.  ... 
doi:10.5121/ijmpict.2018.9201 fatcat:onr5woue3jb75ogpz3rbnf2hla

Exploration of factors that affect the desire of citizens to adopt e-government services: An empirically study on Bangladesh

Masud Rana, Gazi Md. Shakhawat Hossain, Maruf Hasan
2020 Indian Journal of Commerce & Management Studies  
Purpose: This study aims to look at the factors that impact citizen's intentions to adopt e-government services in public sectors through the unified theory of acceptance and use of technology (UTAUT).  ...  Like the anterior study, this research drives the signification of certain aspects that require to be deemed; meanwhile, the aim stands to e-government services reception in underdeveloped countries, more  ...  RESEARCH METHODOLOGY Research Instruments This study examines the factors affecting the implementation of e-government services in Bangladesh.  ... 
doi:10.18843/ijcms/v11i3/04 fatcat:u2n37vhtv5gxvbhtmyxiqdhep4

From Bureaucratic Administration to Network Administration? An Empirical Study on E-Government Focus on Catalonia

Yanina Welp, Ferran Urgell, Eduard Aibar
2007 Public Organization Review  
In parallel, the private sector is increasingly involved in a relationship that tends to be more Public Organiz Rev (2007) 7:299-316  ...  The study centres on the analysis of the channels for citizen attention and the processes of technological innovation around these channels carried out by the Catalonian Government.  ...  An Empirical Study... Catalonia Internet Programme.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11115-007-0038-z fatcat:pyyg7nggqjby5e4dcm2cfp23ue

Role of Organizational Culture in Internet Technology Adoption: An Empirical Study

Subhasish Dasgupta, Babita Gupta
2005 Americas Conference on Information Systems  
But few studies have examined the role of organization culture in the acceptance of technology.  ...  We examine the role of organizational culture in technology acceptance, that is, we consider organizational culture values to be antecedents of TAM.  ...  In the next section we present a review of literature on information technology adoption. Then, we propose a research model for this study.  ... 
dblp:conf/amcis/DasguptaG05 fatcat:ioai2lm4lrakni5jpdzefklxqy

An Empirical Study of E-Business Implementation Process in China

Jing Zhao, Wilfred Vincent Huang, Zhen Zhu
2008 IEEE transactions on engineering management  
We find that information sharing capabilities are intermediate and transferable forces that help translating IT-related organizational resources into the collaborative process capabilities.  ...  Index Terms-Collaborative process capabilities (CPCs), E-business implementation process, information sharing capabilities (ISCs), IT-related resources, strategic initiative. 0018-9391/$25.00  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENT The authors would like to thank the Department Editor and two anonymous reviewers for their helpful comments and suggestions on an earlier version of the paper.  ... 
doi:10.1109/tem.2007.912930 fatcat:22ghzbshdzczzgqateqfj3sl6q

The Western Samoa Context – Theory V- Information Technology Project Management And Tools – An Empirical Study

Leutele Grey
2016 Figshare  
) textual data collected from 42 selected studies in the field of IT Projects.  ...  ; 2) 367 Asian Development Bank- Western Samoan (ADB-WS) loan documents from 1998 to 2015; 3) 21 Videos - Samoan projects 2009 to 2012; and 4) 441 critical success factors (CSFs) and failure factors (FFs  ...  Critical success factors for construction ICT project. 36 WS E-Government Projects e-government CSF and FFS 2014-2015. 37 WS E-Government Ebusiness Projects e-government CSF and FFS 2014-2015. 38 WS E-Government  ... 
doi:10.6084/m9.figshare.3385468.v1 fatcat:cu2szxltnfegnfipmrmuplnjcy

Understanding E-Government Development: A Case Study of Singapore E-Government

Weiling Ke, Kwok-Kee Wei
2004 Americas Conference on Information Systems  
The findings of our study provide a preponderance of evidence that some critical success factors are causally related to the Ministry's e-government success, though at different stages, the importance  ...  Going beyond naming the stages and outcomes of e-government, we identify the critical success factors that drive the Ministry's e-government development.  ...  CSFs in Reinventing Government While CSFs in information systems development literature are relevant to our study, there are some other factors facilitating public organizational changes and they affect  ... 
dblp:conf/amcis/KeW04 fatcat:nbrda42ypfgjponga2gqzy5gve

E-governance and university of Ha'il institutional excellence in the light of the Kingdom's vision 2030: An empirical study on faculty members

Ibrahim et al., Social Work Department, University of Ha'il, Ha'il, Saudi Arabia, Rural Sociology Department, Tanta University, Tanta, Egypt
2022 International Journal of Advanced and Applied Sciences  
The combined dimensions of e-governance explain 78.9% variance in institutional excellence.  ...  Means and standard deviations, simple correlation coefficients, and multiple regression analysis were used in the data analysis. The study found that the University of Ha'il practices e-governance.  ...  The study results have demonstrated the e-governance impact in establishing a knowledge-based and participatory society.  ... 
doi:10.21833/ijaas.2022.03.007 fatcat:2cgvrvuunjhfzaqiddmw7pm6ee

Factors that Influence the Adoption of Enterprise Architecture by Public Sector Organizations: An Empirical Study

Nor Azizah Ahmad, Sulfeeza Mohd. Drus, Hairoladenan Kasim
2020 IEEE Access  
This model facilitates decision-makers in focusing only on the significant factors in the organizational and environmental context that influence EA adoption in Malaysian public sector organizations.  ...  This research attempts to identify the significant factors that influence EA adoption in the public sector by using the technology-organizationenvironment framework and organizational theory.  ...  The empirical result is consistent with the recent previous studies in EA [13] , HIS adoption [49] , e-government assimilation [58] , and mobile hotel reservation system adoption [175] .  ... 
doi:10.1109/access.2020.2996584 fatcat:isnayvwadrhjle6e23hy6qz3ge

Understanding Trust on Social Networking Sites among Tertiary Students: An Empirical Study in Ghana

Felix Nti Koranteng, Isaac Wiafe, Ferdinand Apietu Kastriku, Richard Apau
2019 Applied Computing and Informatics  
In an attempt to address this knowledge gap, this study proposed a model that investigated the factors that promote trust among SNS users.  ...  User trust in social networking sites (SNS) has become an important issue in SNS discussions.  ...  Yet, prior studies have mostly explored online trust as a consequence often within the context of e-commerce [28, 65, 80] , e-government [60, 74, 86] and knowledge sharing [14, 53, 52] with fewer  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.aci.2019.07.003 fatcat:rcs4lkns2fhtln6b5ju4zg2s6e

Sustainable E-Governance: The Relationship among Trust, Digital Divide, and E-Government

Seunghwan Myeong, Yongmin Kwon, Hyungjun Seo
2014 Sustainability  
This study empirically examines the correlation between the quality of e-government and trust in government. It used survey data collected in 2013 from the metropolitan areas of Seoul.  ...  An index was developed to measure the quality of e-government services, and the Gov 3.0 values were reflected in the analysis, including openness, sharing, communication, and collaboration.  ...  of Quality of e-Government Services on the Trust of Government in the Era of Government 3.0: Focusing on the Digital Divide Among Users in Metropolitan Area".  ... 
doi:10.3390/su6096049 fatcat:2glcda4rmzgmdgvqhdiz3el7ja

E-Government Readiness Assessment for Government Organizations in Developing Countries

Ibrahim A. Alghamdi, Robert Goodwin, Giselle Rampersad
2011 Computer and Information Science  
ICT has become an increasingly important factor in the development process of nations.  ...  in the assessment of e-government organizational ICT readiness.  ...  Nevertheless, this study is an important conceptual step in identifying relevant factors from an organizational perspective for assessing ICT readiness in an e-government context. Table 1.  ... 
doi:10.5539/cis.v4n3p3 fatcat:2oi45ohxwzdgxl6mffgv6apota

Competency Requirements for Transformational E-Government

Sirko Hunnius, Tino Schuppan
2013 2013 46th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences  
One key aspect of e-government is its potential for an ICT enabled transformation of the public sector.  ...  This article analyzes the changing competency requirements for public managers that accompany e-government and describes the first steps in the development of an egovernment competency framework for public  ...  Another limitation of the study is the number and selection of countries in which the empirical data were gathered.  ... 
doi:10.1109/hicss.2013.139 dblp:conf/hicss/HunniusS13 fatcat:gclhgw222fhi3o3d3krszakdce
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