The main objective of this study is to develop a conceptual model that proposes the relationships between, perceived usefulness, perceived ease-of-use, mastery goal orientation and post implementation learning motivation and enterprise resource planning system (ERP) usage. This pilot study outcome will be subjected to an empirical test to reveal the predictors and role of post implementation learning motivation on ERP system usage. The expected outcomes from this study will provide insights on end-user’s post implementation learning motivation in solving the problems associated with skills acquisition and transfer in ERP system implementation phase. This pilot study follows comprehensive review of academic literature. This was followed with the validation of the proposed research instrument; through the assessment of the reliability and validity of the instrument. The conceptual model will be validated using collected data.
Arasanmi, Chris Niyi, "The link between post-implementation learning motivation and enterprise resource planning system usage: a pilot study." (2016). ACIS 2016 Proceedings. 67.