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Essays on Adoption and Diffusion of New Technology in Supply Chains
Over the past decades, network technologies across supply chains have been introduced and promoted with the premised benefits for all participants. However industry experience with an adoption process of some technology suggests that some firms have a great amount of uncertainty in estimating the benefits of its adoption. ...
The Value of Social Media for Patients: Social Supports, Networking, and Learning in Online Healthcare Communities
Social media are changing the way we learn about health and illness. Yet, there is limited information about whether online healthcare communities have a significant effect on patients' health conditions, as they do in healthcare communities in the offline world. To better understand what value social media bring to patients, ...
Stable versus Shifting Ethical Leadership: The Impact on Follower Positivity and Performance
Considering the temporal nature of ethical leadership is among the greatest challenges for ethical leadership researchers (Brown & Mitchell, 2010). Rising to that challenge, the central goal of this research is to consider ethical leadership that remains consistent over time (stable) in comparison with ethical leadership that ...