Talk:Technology acceptance model

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Hi, I just had a look at Davis, Bagozzi & Warshaw, 1989 and it should be U and EOU. Another approach is to say PU and PEOU emphasizing the P for "perceived". So I changed it to U and EOU in the article and hope everybody is alright with that! powderfreak80

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Hey TAM was created in 1986 and not 1989. Alot of papers seem to get confused with this but the Fred Davis PHD was from 1986. (Dave)

Technology Acceptance model[edit]

Hai you out there! TAM proposed PU and PEOU ! Is this antecedent can feed all human need!! Some say orgaaniztion, some say technology , some say individual and some say implementation !!!

But how about

Organization  - The element that set the goal of an action and what type of the organization that involved. 
Implementation - How the implementation was done and appleid to end user to reach the goal 
Technology - What of technologies that can be gets along with the end user 
Individual - The individual it self requirement on technology 

Where this model must be interaction among them to influence Behavior Intention. Daud (G0337757,IIUM) —Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk) 02:57, 6 December 2008 (UTC)

Figure of TAM is wrong[edit]

Hi everbody,

the linked figure is wrong as the order of "Intention to use" and "Attitude to using" are mixed up. I changed the picture to the one used at the german article.

Yours, Erich