You’re No Longer on Mute

You’re No Longer on Mute: Social Norms, Generational Differences, Working-from-Home, and the Acceptance of Workplace Communication and Collaboration Technologies

This was Ferrari Day in “Coffee and Cars,” and even hosted at Mozart’s in Austin.

Alec Tefertiller, Baylor University, Katie Olsen, Kansas State University, Rosalynn Vasquez, Baylor University & Danielle LaGree, Kansas State University

I always love a clever title, so you had me at “You’re No Longer on Mute.”

This is a timely study and good application of an emerging theory – the Technology Acceptance Model. I’ll scoff a bit at how much Technology Acceptance evokes Uses and Gratifications but it’s still clearly an appropriate framework for the study.

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