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Associate Professor Sherah Kurnia
Associate Professor Sherah Kurnia
School of Computing and Information Systems, The University of Melbourne
Zweryfikowany adres z unimelb.edu.au
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Understanding students' perceptions of the benefits of online social networking use for teaching and learning
S Hamid, J Waycott, S Kurnia, S Chang
The Internet and higher education 26, 1-9, 2015
4612015
E-commerce technology adoption: A Malaysian grocery SME retail sector study
S Kurnia, J Choudrie, RM Mahbubur, B Alzougool
Journal of Business Research 68 (9), 1906-1918, 2015
3332015
The need for a processual view of inter-organizational systems adoption
S Kurnia, RB Johnston
The Journal of Strategic Information Systems 9 (4), 295-319, 2000
2122000
Identifying the use of online social networking in higher education
S Hamid, S Chang, S Kurnia
Ascilite, 6-9, 2009
1452009
A qualitative study of business-to-business electronic commerce adoption within the Indonesian grocery industry: A multi-theory perspective
S Kurnia, RJ Karnali, MM Rahim
Information & Management 52 (4), 518-536, 2015
1432015
To use or not to use: Modelling end user grumbling as user resistance in pre-implementation stage of enterprise resource planning system
I Mahmud, T Ramayah, S Kurnia
Information Systems 69, 164-179, 2017
1422017
The acceptance of online grocery shopping
S Kurnia, JAW Chien
The 16th Bled Electronic Commerce Conference, Bled, Slovenia, 219-233, 2003
1262003
Efficient consumer response (ECR): a survey of the Australian grocery industry
JK Harris, PMC Swatman, S Kurnia
Supply chain management: An international journal, 1999
1221999
Explaining intention to use an enterprise resource planning (ERP) system: an extension of the UTAUT model
ML Keong, T Ramayah, S Kurnia, LM Chiun
Business Strategy Series, 2012
1182012
Adoption of efficient consumer response: the issue of mutuality
S Kurnia, RB Johnston
Supply Chain Management: An International Journal, 2001
1182001
Antecedents and outcomes of human resource information system (HRIS) use
T Ramayah, S Kurnia
International Journal of Productivity and Performance Management, 2012
1172012
Social capital in information and communications technology research: Past, present, and future
S Yang, H Lee, S Kurnia
Communications of the Association for Information Systems 25 (1), 23, 2009
982009
Adoption of efficient consumer response: key issues and challenges in Australia
S Kurnia, RB Johnston
Supply Chain Management: An International Journal 8 (3), 251-262, 2003
962003
Telework, productivity and wellbeing: an Australian perspective
R Bosua, M Gloet, S Kurnia, A Mendoza, J Yong
Telecommunications Journal of Australia 63 (1), 11.1-11.12, 2013
832013
Consumers’ perception of mobile internet in Australia
S Kurnia, SP Smith, H Lee
Business Review 5 (1), 19-32, 2006
702006
Appropriating online social networking (OSN) activities for higher education: Two Malaysian cases
S Hamid, J Waycott, S Chang, S Kurnia
Changing Demands, Changing Directions. Proceedings ascilite Hobart, 526-538, 2011
662011
Adoption of Electronic commerce technologies by SMEs in Malaysia
S Kurnia, B Alzougool, M Ali, SM Alhashmi
2009 42nd Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, 1-10, 2009
642009
Exploring the reasons for a failure of electronic payment systems: A case study of an Australian company
B Lim, H Lee, S Kurnia
Journal of Research and Practice in Information Technology 39 (4), 231-243, 2007
542007
E-commerce adoption in developing countries: an Indonesian study
S Kurnia
San Diego international systems conference, 14-16, 2006
542006
Understanding the adoption of electronic banking in China
S Kurnia, F Peng, YR Liu
2010 43rd Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, 1-10, 2010
502010
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