Validated IS Success Measures & Dependent Variables for conducting IS Empirical Research
1. IS Success Measurement based on:
Garrity, E.J., Glassberg, B., Kim, Y.J., Sanders, G.L., and Shin, S.K., “An Experimental Investigation of Web-based Information Systems Success in the Context of Electronic Commerce,” Decision Support Systems, Vol 39, 3, May 2005, 485-503.
Kim, Y.J, Garrity, E.J., and G.L. Sanders, “Success Measures of Information Systems,” in Encyclopedia of Information Systems, Vol. 4, edited by Hossein Bidgoli, Sean B. Eom, and Andrew Prestage, Academic Press, San Diego, CA, 2003, 299-313.
Sherman, B.A., E.J. Garrity, and G.L. Sanders, “Expanding our View of Information Systems Success,” in Information Systems Evaluation Management, edited by W. van Grembergen, IRM Press, Hershey, PA, 2002, 195-207.
Kim, Y.J., E.J. Garrity, G.L. Sanders, and B.A. Sherman, “A Means-End Model of IS Success: Toward Understanding the Cognitive Structure of IS Users,” Working Paper State University of New York at Buffalo, and under review in Decision Support Systems, September, 2006.
2. Web-based IS Success Measures based on:
Garrity, E.J., J.B. O’Donnell, Y.J. Kim, and G.L. Sanders, “An Extrinsic and Intrinsic Motivation-based Model for Measuring Consumer Shopping Oriented Web Site Success,” forthcoming in Journal of Electronic Commerce in Organizations, April, 2007.