Recker, Jan C. ORCID: 0000-0002-2072-5792 (2007). Why Do We Keep Using A Process Modelling Technique? In: ACIS2007 Toowoomba 5 to 7 December 2007 : proceedings of the 18th Australasian conference on information systems, pp. 49-59. Toowoomba, Qld.: University of Southern Queensland. ISBN 9780909756963

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In line with the increased popularity of process modelling, a plethora of process modelling techniques has been proposed over time. Yet, only a few have been widely accepted by practitioner communities. This in turn leads to the question of the drivers of continued acceptance (continuance) of process modelling techniques. While researchers have extensively studied continuance and acceptance of information systems, to date, there appears to be no study that has investigated the issue of process modelling technique continuance. This paper addresses this gap by identifying from prior research theories that purport to explain the formation of an intention to continue using a process modelling technique and integrating them in a hybrid research model. We subject the theoretical model to an empirical test with process modellers. The resulting model provides an in-depth understanding of a process modeller's continuance decision.

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Recker, Jan
URN: urn:nbn:de:hbz:38-89482
Title of Book: ACIS2007 Toowoomba 5 to 7 December 2007 : proceedings of the 18th Australasian conference on information systems
Page Range: pp. 49-59
Date: 2007
Publisher: University of Southern Queensland
Place of Publication: Toowoomba, Qld.
ISBN: 9780909756963
Language: English
Faculty: Faculty of Management, Economy and Social Sciences
Divisions: Weitere Institute, Arbeits- und Forschungsgruppen > Cologne Institute for Information Systems (CIIS)
Faculty of Management, Economics and Social Sciences > Business Administration > Information Systems > Chair for Information Systems and Systems Development
Subjects: Data processing Computer science
Management and auxiliary services
Uncontrolled Keywords:
Process modellingEnglish
user evaluation,English
technology acceptanceEnglish
confirmation theoryEnglish
Refereed: Yes


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