Advanced Computing Techniques: Implementation, Informatics and Emerging Technologies

Measuring Academics’ Intentions to use a Project Management System (PMS): A Case Study of the College of Computing and Information Technology, Shaqra University

Author(s): Nayyar Ahmed Khan * .

Pp: 58-69 (12)

Doi: 10.2174/9789814998451121010009

* (Excluding Mailing and Handling)

Abstract

Traditional mechanisms for managing information have become outmoded as theinformation is increasing in quantity, and more resources are utilized for its management. This paper proposes an application that will help to manage complete datasets in their required formats in an academic domain. Unlike in the corporate sphere, there is an acute need for such management systems in academia. A system was deployed at Shaqra University, College of Computing and IT. The dataset took into consideration a quality assurance project currently being undertaken at the University. This paper blends the DOI model with the TAM Model to measure academics’ intentions to use the Project Management System. The results reveal a positive relationship between the perceived ease of use, perceived usefulness, attitudes toward using, Trialiability, Compatibility, Observability, and academics’ Intentions to Use the Project Management System. The paper presents a final observation set that shows the association between various parameters and academic intentions regarding their use of the project management system.


Keywords: Adaptability, Business Process Management, PMS, System, System Design, TAM, Usability, User Acceptance.

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