Classifying Organizational Adoption of Open Source Software: A Proposal

Abstract : Staged adoption models are a common feature of information systems (IS) adoption literature, yet these are rarely used in open source software (OSS) adoption studies. In this paper, a staged model for classifying the organizational adoption of OSS is proposed, based upon a critical review of existing staged adoption models and factors identified from OSS adoption literature. Innovations in the proposed model include: defined transition pathways between stages, additional stages and a decomposition of cessation of use into four distinct pathways.
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Kevin Crowston; Imed Hammouda; Björn Lundell; Gregorio Robles; Jonas Gamalielsson; Juho Lindman. 12th IFIP International Conference on Open Source Systems (OSS), May 2016, Gothenburg, Sweden. IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology, AICT-472, pp.123-133, 2016, Open Source Systems: Integrating Communities. 〈10.1007/978-3-319-39225-7_10〉
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Stephen Murphy, Sharon Cox. Classifying Organizational Adoption of Open Source Software: A Proposal. Kevin Crowston; Imed Hammouda; Björn Lundell; Gregorio Robles; Jonas Gamalielsson; Juho Lindman. 12th IFIP International Conference on Open Source Systems (OSS), May 2016, Gothenburg, Sweden. IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology, AICT-472, pp.123-133, 2016, Open Source Systems: Integrating Communities. 〈10.1007/978-3-319-39225-7_10〉. 〈hal-01369058〉

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