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Author: Vandana Mangal; Andreina Mandelli; Uday S Karmarkar; Antonella La Rocca; UCLA Anderson Business and Information Technologies (BIT) Project.
Publisher: Singapore ; New Jersey : World Scientific, [2016] ©2016
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"This is the fourth of a series of research volume of papers from the Business and Information Technologies global research network. The BIT network comprises 21 partners from 17 countries, and conducts studies on the impact of new information and communication technologies on business practice, industry structure and economic change. This volume contains papers from BIT partners in Taiwan, New Zealand, Chile, USA,  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
(DLC) 2015040675
(OCoLC)931645986
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Vandana Mangal; Andreina Mandelli; Uday S Karmarkar; Antonella La Rocca; UCLA Anderson Business and Information Technologies (BIT) Project.
ISBN: 9789814733564 9814733563
OCLC Number: 953131426
Description: 1 online resource
Contents: Acknowledgment; About the Editors; Perface; Chapter 1 A Survey on Business and Information Technology in Taiwan: Annual Report 2014; Abstract; 1.1. Introduction; 1.1.1. Domestic trend in Taiwan; 1.2. Results; 1.2.1. Technology adoption/infrastructure and budget trends; 1.2.2. Internal organization; 1.2.3. Trading partner relationships; 1.2.4. Globalization; Acknowledgments; Bibliography; Appendix A: Survey Respondent Sample Characteristics; About the Authors; Chapter 2 Patterns of Information Diffusion in Online Social Networks: What SNA Metrics Can Reveal; Abstract. 2.1. Research Motivation2.2. Research Method; 2.3. Results and Discussion; 2.3.1. Patterns of information diffusion; 2.3.2. Differences between OSNs; 2.3.3. Differences among the three accounts; 2.3.4. Changes over time; 2.4. Conclusion; Bibliography; About the Authors; Chapter 3 Trust Gaps and Corporate Blindspots in Chilean B2C E-commerce; Abstract; 3.1. Introduction; 3.2. Theoretical Framework: Definitions and Contributions; 3.2.1. B2C e-commerce and retail in Chile; 3.2.2. Trust; 3.2.3. Contributions of the paper; 3.3. Methodology; 3.4. Results; 3.4.1. Areas of stress. 3.4.2. Compensatory strategies3.5. Discussion: Overcoming Blindspots in Chilean Retail; 3.6. Conclusions; Acknowledgments; Bibliography; About the Authors; Chapter 4 Product, Process, and Platform Management in Technology Firms; Abstract; 4.1. Introduction; 4.2. The Product Manager; 4.3. The PM Role; 4.4. Requirements for the PM Role; 4.5. Summary and Conclusions; Acknowledgment; Bibliography; Appendix: Selected Survey Results; About the Authors; Chapter 5 Facebook Usage and Perceived Privacy: An Empirical Study at a Major Italian University; Abstract; 5.1. Introduction. 5.2. Previous Research5.2.1. Of network effects and fads; 5.2.2. Product life-cycle (PLC) and diffusion; 5.2.3. The usage life-cycle; 5.2.4. Platforms; 5.2.5. SNS usage: Importance and impact; 5.2.6. Facebook conquers the world; 5.2.7. Terms of usage and user consent; 5.3. Methodology; 5.3.1. Main variables and hypotheses; 5.3.2. The survey; 5.3.3. Usage proxies; 5.3.4. Usage determinants; 5.3.5. Attitudes towards future usage and their determinants; 5.4. Results; 5.4.1. Usage model; 5.4.2. H1a: Membership duration; 5.4.3. H1b: Age; 5.4.4. H1c: Number of friends (network size). 5.4.5. H1d: Friends ratio (noise-free content)5.4.6. H1e: Perceived usefulness; 5.4.7. H1f : Perceived privacy; 5.4.8. Future usage attitude; 5.4.9. Determinants; 5.4.10. Usage attitude model; 5.4.11. H2a: Membership duration; 5.4.12. H2b: Age; 5.4.13. H2c: Number of friends (network size); 5.4.14. H2d: Friends ratio (noise-free content); 5.4.15. H2e: Perceived usefulness; 5.4.16. H2e: Perceived privacy; 5.4.17. Discussion; 5.4.18. Limitations and future research; 5.5. Conclusion; Bibliography; Appendix A; Appendix B; About the Authors.
Other Titles: Global study of technology and business practice (2016)
Responsibility: editors, Vandana Mangal, Andreina Mandelli, Uday Karmarkar, Antonella La Rocca.

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"This is the fourth of a series of research volume of papers from the Business and Information Technologies global research network. The BIT network comprises 21 partners from 17 countries, and conducts studies on the impact of new information and communication technologies on business practice, industry structure and economic change. This volume contains papers from BIT partners in Taiwan, New Zealand, Chile, USA, Italy, South Korea, and Switzerland. The papers address a range of subjects including the diffusion of mobile apps in the health area, role of trust in e-commerce, impact of digital technology in the role and practice of product management in technology intensive companies, new digital business practices in Taiwan, social media marketing, social activities of a B2B community with the case of BTicino, product-service system, and information diffusion in social networks."--

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