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The Effects of Time and Personality on the Productivity of Management Information Systems

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The Effects of Time and Personality on the Productivity of Management Information Systems
The paper studies the relationship between information technology (IT), time personality and managerial productivity. Time personality is captured by concepts of polychronicity and monochronicity. They reflect an individual’s preference for being engaged in either many (polychronicity) or one (monochronicity) activity at a time block. The concepts of time personality, poly/monochronicity are represented by a set of the temporal dimensions. In this paper we present a descriptive study in a form of survey, in which the temporal dimensions serve as mediators between IT and productivity. By conducting this study we aim to find evidence for the existence of a link between IT, poly/monochronicity and the productivity of managerial work. Analysis of the data shows the positive nature of the relationships between IT and productivity within the frames of the research design. Managers reported that IT influences productivity positively by altering the temporal dimensions. We also found differ...
Vladimir Kvassov
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Type Conference
Year 2003
Where HICSS
Authors Vladimir Kvassov
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