Individual-level effects of transparency in ES implementations : a dual perspective on job and technology outcomes

Nisius, Tobias ; Spohrer, Kai ; Höhle, Hartmut ; Schmitz, Rainer

Document Type: Conference or workshop publication
Year of publication: 2018
Book title: Transforming society with digital innovation : 38th International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS 2017) : 10-13 December 2017, Seoul, South Korea
Volume: 5
Page range: 3583-3594
Conference title: ICIS 2017
Location of the conference venue: Seoul, South Korea
Date of the conference: December 10-13, 2017
Place of publication: Red Hook, NJ ; Atlanta, GA
Publishing house: Curran ; AISeL
ISBN: 978-1-5108-5369-0
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Publication language: English
Institution: Business School > Enterprise Systems (Höhle 2017-)
Subject: 004 Computer science, internet
330 Economics
Abstract: The implementation of advanced Enterprise Systems enables companies to create real-time transparency of business processes and workers’ labor far beyond any magnitude envisioned in the past. While prior research almost neglected implications of increased transparency for the individual, this study provides a deeper theoretical understanding of individual-level effects of transparency in Enterprise Systems implementations. Based on extant theory on IS acceptance and use and the Job Demand-Control(-Support) model, we develop a theoretical model which links transparency to a dual perspective of job and technology appraisals, specifically perceived control, psychological contract breach, performance expectancy, and effort expectancy. These appraisals are suggested to influence individual job and technology outcomes. We present a longitudinal survey research design and first insights from an extensive qualitative substantiation of the model. Our findings are expected to contribute to existing literature on large-scale system implementation and transparency.

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