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研究生: 梁氏明書
研究生(外文): Luong Thi Minh Thu
論文名稱: Survey the Successfulness of Applying Information System to the Training Management
論文名稱(外文): Survey the Successfulness of Applying Information System to the Training Management
指導教授: 張興亞
學位類別: 碩士
校院名稱: 樹德科技大學
系所名稱: 資訊管理系碩士班
論文出版年: 99
畢業學年度: 99
語文別: 英文
論文頁數: 61
中文關鍵詞: Information SystemTechnology Acceptance ModelTraining Managementsuccessfulness
外文關鍵詞: Information SystemTechnology Acceptance ModelTraining Managementsuccessfulness
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Today, the application of information system has become popular in most offices, businesses, especially the application of computing solutions in the management, including training management as an area necessary and important for all universities. Spencer (1995) emphasized that “there will be no aspect of education without application of information technology”. According to him, this is an aspect to the attention properly to achieve high effective in teaching and learning.
The main purpose of the study is to survey the successfulness of applying information system to training management with three objectives (1) to identify what the factors have significant influence the behavioral intention toward the use of information system to the training management; (2) to examine how the factors influence the behavioral intention toward the use of information system to the training management; (3) to examine how the users’ satisfaction of applying IS.
The study will base on the well-known Technology Acceptance Model (TAM) and Information System Success Model (IS Success Model) with extensions to employ for the analysis. Data of the quantitative survey is gathered from officers and personnel management at Cantho University of Medicine and Pharmacy with Infomation System (IS) employment. The Statistical Package for the Social Sciences (SPSS) is used for analyzing the collected data.
  The thesis will report the findings of a study with factors concerning the successfulness of using IS to improve training management. In addition, some suggestions for IS improvement in higher education in Viet Nam will be also provided.

Today, the application of information system has become popular in most offices, businesses, especially the application of computing solutions in the management, including training management as an area necessary and important for all universities. Spencer (1995) emphasized that “there will be no aspect of education without application of information technology”. According to him, this is an aspect to the attention properly to achieve high effective in teaching and learning.
The main purpose of the study is to survey the successfulness of applying information system to training management with three objectives (1) to identify what the factors have significant influence the behavioral intention toward the use of information system to the training management; (2) to examine how the factors influence the behavioral intention toward the use of information system to the training management; (3) to examine how the users’ satisfaction of applying IS.
The study will base on the well-known Technology Acceptance Model (TAM) and Information System Success Model (IS Success Model) with extensions to employ for the analysis. Data of the quantitative survey is gathered from officers and personnel management at Cantho University of Medicine and Pharmacy with Infomation System (IS) employment. The Statistical Package for the Social Sciences (SPSS) is used for analyzing the collected data.
  The thesis will report the findings of a study with factors concerning the successfulness of using IS to improve training management. In addition, some suggestions for IS improvement in higher education in Viet Nam will be also provided.

ABSTRACT  i
Acknowledgments  iii
Table of Contents  iv
List of Tables  vii
List of Figures  viii
Chapter 1 Introduction  1
1.1. Research Background and Motivation  1
1.2. Research Purposes and Hypotheses  3
1.3. Definitions of Terms  3
1.3.1. Information System  3
1.3.2. Management  4
1.3.3. Training Management  4
1.3.4. Successfulness  4
1.4. Scope and Limitation  5
Chapter 2 Literature Review  6
2.1. The Information System  6
2.1.1. Definition of System  6
2.1.2. The Information System  7
2.1.3. Information System in Developing Countries  8
2.1.4. Information System in Vietnam  9
2.2. Model of Technology Acceptance Model  10
2.2.1.  The Theory of Planned Behavior (TPB)  10
2.2.2. Technology Acceptance Model (TAM)  11
Chapter 3 Research Methodology  13
3.1. Research Framework  13
3.2. Research Questions and Hypotheses  14
3.2.1. Perceived Usefulness (PU)  14
3.2.2. Perceived Ease of Use (PEOU)  15
3.2.3. Social Influence (SI)  15
3.2.4. Facilitating Conditions (FC)  16
3.2.5. Self- efficacy (SE)  16
3.3. Research Methods  17
3.4. Research Instruments  17
3.4.1. Data Collection Instruments  17
3.4.2. Reliability and Validility of the Questionaires  18
3.5. Data Collection  19
3.6. Questionnaire Development  19
Chapter 4 Data Analysis and Results  22
4.1. Data Analysis  22
4.2. Result  23
4.2.1. Descriptive Statistics of Personal Factors of the Sample  23
4.2.2. Descriptive Statistics of the Successfulness Factors  25
4.3. Analyzing the Research Hypotheses  28
4.3.1. Opinions of the Staff in CTUMP on Their Applying IS to Training Management  31
4.3.2. Suggestions of the Staff in CTUMP on Their Applying IS to Training Management  32
4.4. Discussion  33
Chapter 5 Conclusions, Limitations and Future Research  35
5.1. Conclusions  35
5.2. Limitations  36
5.3. Future Research  37
REFERENCES  38
APPENDIX A – Questionnaires  43
B CODING SHEET  48

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