AIS Transactions on Human-Computer Interaction

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List of Papers (Total 87)

Navigating the New Workplace: Technology, Millennials, and Accelerating HR Innovation

This paper brings together the latest thinking in research and practice on workplace change and the information technology tools and technologies that enable, and, in some cases, drive that change. We address the shifts in global business that focus leadership on innovation, the changing demographics of employee populations, and how these changes impact talent management and ...

Decision Confidence and Purchase Intention in Software Trials: A Cognitive Stopping Rule Perspective

Organizations often offer software trials to potential buyers as a form of promotion. The trial experience provides first- hand information of the product, which contributes to prudent purchase decisions. Despite the popularity of software trials in consumer markets, we have yet to fully understand how individuals formulate purchase decisions throughout the trial process. This ...

The Impact of Sentiment Analysis Output on Decision Outcomes: An Empirical Evaluation

User-generated online content serves as a source of product- and service-related information that reduces the uncertainty in consumer decision making, yet the abundance of such content makes it prohibitively costly to use all relevant information. Dealing with this (big data) problem requires a consumer to decide what subset of information to focus on. Peer-generated star ratings ...

How Social Media Can Enhance Access to Information through Transactive Memory Development

A key challenge for managing talent in organizations is locating and coordinating expertise. In this study, we propose that employees who use social media can help an organization locate knowledge workers who are vital to organizational growth and competitiveness. We draws on transactive memory (TM) theory to examine the relationship between social media use and knowledge workers’ ...