New information and communication technologies can be best featured by two properties : their integrative dimension of functionalities previously separated, and their equivocity, which implies a process of appropriation and sensemaking.Interested in the case of Internet technologies, typical of new information and communication technologies, we wondered how managers appropriate these new tools, and wished to initiate a reflexion about the relevance of these appropriations.Our study, which lies within the scope of Adaptative Structuration Theory (AST), leads to the construction of five individual appropriation patterns of Internet technologies : the task centered pattern, the symbolic tool centered pattern, the sharing out tool centered pattern, the influence tool centered pattern, and the last one, the fun centered pattern.
De Vaujany, Françàis-Xavier
"Stylisation de l'appropriation individuelle des technologies Internet à partir de la TSA,"
Systèmes d'Information et Management: Vol. 4:
1, Article 3.
Available at: https://aisel.aisnet.org/sim/vol4/iss1/3