Cynthia K. (Cindy) Riemenschneider
Cynthia K. (Cindy) Riemenschneider
Professor of Information Systems, Baylor University
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Executive Decisions about Adoption of IT in Small Business: Theory and Empirical Tests
D Harrison, P Mykytyn, C Riemenschneider
Information Systems Research 8 (2), 171-195, 1997
Understanding IT Adoption Decisions in Small Business: Integrating Current Theories
C Riemenschneider, D Harrison, P Mykytyn
Information & Management 40 (4), 269-285, 2003
Explaining Developer Acceptance of Formal Software Methodologies: A Comparison of Five Theoretical Models,
C Riemenschneider, B Hardgrave, F Davis
IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering 28 (12), 1135-1145, 2002
Investigating Determinants of Software Developers’ Acceptance of Methodologies
BC Hardgrave, F Davis, CK Riemenschneider
Journal of Management Information Systems 20 (1), 123-151, 2003
Factors Impacting the Perceived Organizational Support of IT Employees
M Allen, D Armstrong, CK Riemenschneider, M Reid
Information and Management 45, 556-563, 2008
Job satisfaction in agile development teams: Agile development as work redesign
JF Tripp, C Riemenschneider, JB Thatcher
Journal of the Association for Information Systems 17 (4), 1, 2016
Advancement, voluntary turnover and women in IT: A cognitive study of work–family conflict
D Armstrong, CK Riemenschneider, M Reid, M Allen
Information & Management 44 (2), 142-153, 2007
What Small Business Executives Have Learned about Managing Information Technology
C Riemenschneider, P Mykytyn
Information & Management 37 (5), 257-269, 2000
The impact of career mentoring and psychosocial mentoring on affective organizational commitment, job involvement, and turnover intention
CA Craig, MA Allen, MF Reid, CK Riemenschneider, DJ Armstrong
Administration & Society 45 (8), 949-973, 2013
Assessing Belief Differences in Small Business Adopters and Non-adopters of Web-based E-Commerce
CK Riemenschneider, V McKinney
Journal of Computer Information Systems 42 (2), 101-107, 2001
Information Technology Employees in State Government: A Study of Affective Organizational Commitment, Job Involvement, and Job Satisfaction
M Reid, CK Riemenschnieder, M Allen, D Armstrong
American Review of Public Administration 38 (1), 41-61, 2008
Exhaustion from Information System Career Experience: Implications for Turn-Away Intention
DJ Armstrong, NG Brooks, CK Riemenschneider
Mis Quarterly 39 (3), 713-727, 2015
The advancement and persistence of women in the information technology profession: An extension of Ahuja's gendered theory of IT career stages
D Armstrong, CK Riemenschneider, L Giddens
Information Systems Journal 28 (6), 1082-1124, 2018
Explaining Software Development Tool Use with the Technology Acceptance Model
C Riemenschneider, B Hardgrave
Journal of Computer Information Systems 41 (4), 1-8, 2001
The Role of Mentoring and Supervisor Support for State IT Employees’ Affective Organizational Commitment
M Reid, CK Riemenschneider, M Allen, D Armstrong
Review of Public Personnel Administration 28 (1), 60-78, 2008
Making Sense of the Barriers Women Face in the IT Work Force: Standpoint Theory, Self-Disclosure, and Cognitive Maps
M Allen, DJ Armstrong, CK Riemenschneider, M Reid
Sex Roles: A Journal of Research, 831-844, 2006
Psychological Contract and Turnover Intention in the Information Technology Profession
R Moquin, CK Riemenschneider, R Wakefield
Information Systems Management 36 (2), 111-125, 2019
The impact of internal social media usage on organizational socialization and commitment
E Gonzalez, D Leidner, C Riemenschneider, H Koch
Barriers Facing Women in the IT Work Force
C Riemenschneider, D Armstrong, M Allen, M Reid
The DATA BASE for Advances in Information Systems, 58-78, 2006
E-profiles, conflict, and shared understanding in distributed teams
J Windeler, LM Maruping, LP Robert, CK Riemenschneider
Journal of the Association for Information Systems 16 (7), 1, 2015
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