Further work is needed to go beyond this initial test of the "perceived control-user involvement" perspective. The paper identifies possible next steps as well as practical implications of the perspective. In addition, empirical work is needed to develop the second portion of the perspective in which implementation is considered to create a transition experience for users. The authors note that the extent to which strategies for facilitating other types of transitions can be applied to the situation of system implementation bears systematic examination.
Baronas, Ann-Marie K. and Louis, Meryl Reis, "RESTORING A SENSE OF CONTROL DURING IMPLEMENTATION: HOW USER INVOLVEMENT LEADS TO SYSTEM ACCEPTANCE" (1987). ICIS 1987 Proceedings. 10.