Tim Weitzel
Tim Weitzel
Full Professor, Chair of Information Systems and Services, Bamberg University
Verified email at uni-bamberg.de
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Giving too much social support: social overload on social networking sites
C Maier, S Laumer, A Eckhardt, T Weitzel
European Journal of Information Systems 24 (5), 447-464, 2015
3862015
The effects of technostress and switching stress on discontinued use of social networking services: a study of Facebook use
C Maier, S Laumer, C Weinert, T Weitzel
Information Systems Journal 25 (3), 275-308, 2015
3262015
Who influences whom? Analyzing workplace referents’ social influence on IT adoption and non-adoption
A Eckhardt, S Laumer, T Weitzel
Journal of information technology 24 (1), 11-24, 2009
3182009
The impact of process standardization on business process outsourcing success
K Wüllenweber, D Beimborn, T Weitzel, W König
Information Systems Frontiers 10 (2), 211-224, 2008
2482008
A unified economic model of standard diffusion: The impact of standardization cost, network effects, and network topology
T Weitzel, D Beimborn, W König
Mis Quarterly, 489-514, 2006
2152006
How social capital among information technology and business units drives operational alignment and IT business value
HT Wagner, D Beimborn, T Weitzel
Journal of Management Information Systems 31 (1), 241-272, 2014
1942014
Analyzing the impact of HRIS implementations on HR personnel’s job satisfaction and turnover intention
C Maier, S Laumer, A Eckhardt, T Weitzel
The Journal of Strategic Information Systems 22 (3), 193-207, 2013
1822013
The performance impact of business process standardization: An empirical evaluation of the recruitment process
B Münstermann, A Eckhardt, T Weitzel
Business Process Management Journal, 2010
1762010
Matching people and jobs: A bilateral recommendation approach
J Malinowski, T Keim, O Wendt, T Weitzel
Proceedings of the 39th Annual Hawaii International Conference on System …, 2006
1602006
WHEN SOCIAL NETWORKING TURNS TO SOCIAL OVERLOAD: EXPLAINING THE STRESS, EMOTIONAL EXHAUSTION, AND QUITTING BEHAVIOR FROM SOCIAL NETWORK SITES'USERS
C Maier, S Laumer, A Eckhardt, T Weitzel
1432012
User personality and resistance to mandatory information systems in organizations: A theoretical model and empirical test of dispositional resistance to change
S Laumer, C Maier, A Eckhardt, T Weitzel
Journal of Information Technology 31 (1), 67-82, 2016
1052016
Reconsidering network effect theory
T Weitzel, O Wendt, FV Westarp
ECIS 2000 Proceedings, 91, 2000
992000
THE INFLUENCE OF PERCEIVED RISKS ON BANKING MANAGERS'INTENTION TO OUTSOURCE BUSINESS PROCESSES: A STUDY OF THE GERMAN BANKING AND FINANCE INDUSTRY.
H Gewald, K Wüllenweber, T Weitzel
Journal of Electronic Commerce Research 7 (2), 2006
972006
Electronic human resources management in an e-business environment
S Laumer, A Eckhardt, T Weitzel
Journal of Electronic Commerce Research 11 (4), 240, 2010
952010
Economics of standards in information networks
T Weitzel
Springer Science & Business Media, 2012
902012
Decision support for team staffing: An automated relational recommendation approach
J Malinowski, T Weitzel, T Keim
Decision Support Systems 45 (3), 429-447, 2008
872008
Achieving social alignment between business and IT–an empirical evaluation of the efficacy of IT governance mechanisms
F Schlosser, D Beimborn, T Weitzel, HT Wagner
Journal of Information Technology 30 (2), 119-135, 2015
852015
Information quality, user satisfaction, and the manifestation of workarounds: a qualitative and quantitative study of enterprise content management system users
S Laumer, C Maier, T Weitzel
European Journal of Information Systems 26 (4), 333-360, 2017
772017
Who will remain? an evaluation of actual person-job and person-team fit to predict developer retention in floss projects
A Schilling, S Laumer, T Weitzel
2012 45th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, 3446-3455, 2012
752012
Electronic Business und EDI mit XML
T Weitzel, T Harder, P Buxmann
Publications of Darmstadt Technical University, Institute for Business …, 2001
752001
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