Information technology (IT) is altering organizational work practices by enabling new ways of creating and sharing information. Unfortunately, companies spend billions of dollars each year introducing IT to improve their organizational work practices only to have a significant portion of the technology go unused or not used to its full potential. Therefore, it is important to understand which factors increase the success of introducing IT to improve organizational work practices. This study explores factors leading to the successful adoption of technology enabled work practices through the constructs presented in the Value Frequency Model.