Revision as of 07:19, 15 November 2012 by ***** (***** | *****)
|| This article needs to be revised. Please rewrite the article according to the specifications below. Only remove this maintenance box after a thorough revision of this article. See the discussion page for more details or start a discussion there.|
In particular the following aspects and passages have been specified to be in need for a revision:
This article needs content and has to be categorized.
Although focussed on information systems, the Technology Acceptance Models (1,2 and 3) by Venkatesh and Davis offer some insights on factors that influence individual decision making when it comes to accepting (and using) a new technology. The TAM 1 is the most basic model, and got elaborated further in the TAM 2 and TAM 3.
The strength of influence of these determinants on a behaviour or decision can vary from region to region or user to user and of course might be very different in the context of different technologies. It might be interesting for you to look at this before your next awareness, marketing or training intervention and make sure you have adressed all (or most) of these factors and the right carriers for your message.
size and density of the market
ease of use