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研究生: 阮青章
研究生(外文): Nguyen Thanh Chuong
論文名稱: The Key Factors of Building a Land Information System Successfully in Vietnam
論文名稱(外文): The Key Factors of Building a Land Information System Successfully in Vietnam
指導教授: 方志強
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: 100
畢業學年度: 99
語文別: 英文
論文頁數: 79
中文關鍵詞: Land Information SystemInformation ManagementTechnology Acceptance ModelSEMVietnam
外文關鍵詞: Land Information SystemInformation ManagementTechnology Acceptance ModelSEMVietnam
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Successful implementation of the LIS in Viet Nam did not get much better results are. From LIS implementation and management interests in Vietnam need a connection. The purpose of the thesis identifies key elements in successful implementation of the LIS system in Vietnam. For the purpose of research is to use a modified IS success model to determine the factors affecting the success of the LIS in Vietnam. The survey brought 131 responses, of which 99 were complete and valid. This study provides evidence that the elements (LIS system quality, Communication, Top management support) can be used to predict attitudes toward use, factors (attitude direction use) may explain behavioral intention to use the full, intended behavior can be explained using the net benefit.

Successful implementation of the LIS in Viet Nam did not get much better results are. From LIS implementation and management interests in Vietnam need a connection. The purpose of the thesis identifies key elements in successful implementation of the LIS system in Vietnam. For the purpose of research is to use a modified IS success model to determine the factors affecting the success of the LIS in Vietnam. The survey brought 131 responses, of which 99 were complete and valid. This study provides evidence that the elements (LIS system quality, Communication, Top management support) can be used to predict attitudes toward use, factors (attitude direction use) may explain behavioral intention to use the full, intended behavior can be explained using the net benefit.

ABSTRACT  i
Acknowledgments  ii
Table of Contents  iii
List of Tables  v
List of Figures  vi
Chapter 1 Introduction    1
1.1 Background  1
1.2 Motivation  3
1.3 Purposes  4
1.4 Organization of the thesis  5
Chapter 2 Literature Review    7
2.1 Land Information System  7
2.2 Land Registration System  10
2.3 Land administration Systems.  14
2.4 Technology Acceptance Model (TAM)  17
2.5 Top Management Support and Communication  19
Chapter 3 Research Methodology      21
3.1 Research Framework  21
3.2 Research Hypotheses  22
3.3 Operational Measurement for the Research Constructs  23
3.4 Sampling Process  26
3.5 Research Methodology  27
Chapter 4 Analysis Result      31
4.1 Descriptive Analysis  32
4.2 Measurement Model  35
4.2.1 Convergent Validity  39
4.2.2. Discriminant Validity  41
4.3 Structural Model Evaluation  43
Chapter 5 Conclusions    45
5.1 Findings  45
5.2 Future Study and Suggestions  46
References      48
APPENDIX        74


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