Autopoiesis & mobile technology adoption: The case of wireless collaboration
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- IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology, 2005, 158 pp. 303 - 310
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Highly complex collaborative systems often present contexts where the use of wireless enabled technologies could provide numerous benefits. The adoption of such technologies has proved extremely difficult, however. This paper explores issues of technology adoption from an autopoietic perspective in order to explain the success and failure of two case study examples of wireless technology adoption. This discussion will be used to propose a new view on technology adoption for wireless collaborative systems. © 2005 by International Federation for Information Processing.
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