Linking employees’ e-learning system use to their overall job outcomes: An empirical study based on the IS success model
Computers & Education Volume 55, Number 4 ISSN 0360-1315 Publisher: Elsevier Ltd
e-Learning systems are increasingly being adopted by modern enterprises, because of their cost-down effect. However, the extant literature provides little insight into their beneficial consequences. It is expected that a transfer of acquired knowledge, skills and/or work attitudes to jobs will occur through e-learning systems use. This makes e-learning systems a useful tool for improving job outcomes, although this is not well documented. The IS success model, which captures both the human and technological elements of information systems, provides a theoretical basis for linking system use to system task. The current study then examines the relation between e-learning systems use and overall job outcomes based on the model. The data collected from one hundred and ninety-three e-learning system users were analyzed with partial least square (PLS). The results indicate that e-learning systems are perceived as useful and satisfying by employees, and employees’ e-learning systems use is significantly associated with overall job outcomes. In practice, these results provide a basis for establishing a link between an organization’s investment in e-learning and human capital management. They also lend empirical support to the IS success model.
Chen, H.J. Linking employees’ e-learning system use to their overall job outcomes: An empirical study based on the IS success model. Computers & Education, 55(4), 1628-1639. Elsevier Ltd.
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