Variable Details:

Source:

Satzinger, John W., and Lorne Olfman (1995), "Computer Support for Group Work: Perceptions of the Usefulness of Support Scenarios and End-User Tools.", Journal of management Information Systems, 11, 115-148.
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Variable



Definition:

  • The perceived usefulness of specific tools used during the meeting.


Item(s):

  • Retrieving information from data bases during a face to face meeting would be useful to my work group.
  • Displaying information prepared with presentation graphics software during a face to face meeting would be useful to my work group.
  • Analyzing information using tools such as electronic spreadsheets during a face to face meeting would be useful to my work group.
  • Sending messages to other work group members during a face to face meeting would be useful to my work group.
  • Using group brainstorming software during a face to face meeting would be useful to my work group.
  • Using group authoring and outlining software during a face to face meeting would be useful to my work group.
  • Using alternative rating and ranking software during a face to face meeting would be useful to my work group.
  • Using consensus building software during a face to face meeting would be useful to my work group.
  • Using project management software during a face to face meeting would be useful to my work group.


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