Technological learning: Special emphasis to firms

Tutan, Mehmet Ufuk


Technology acceptance: a meta-analysis of the theoretical models
Sevim, Anıl; Özkan Yıldırım, Sevgi; Department of Information Systems (2015)
Technology Acceptance Model (TAM) has been among the most pervasive models which attempted to elucidate the dynamics of technology acceptance. The constructs of both TAM and its operative successors including TAM2, TAM3 and UTAUT (Unified Theory of Acceptance and Use of Technology) have been tested through several primary studies, however, the question is that there exists a limited number of secondary studies which aim the assessment of construct relationship variation among those primary studies. Through ...
Technological rationality and one-dimensional man: Herbert Marcuse's critique of advanced industrial society
Soysal, Soner; İnam, Ahmet; Turan, Halil Şerif; Department of Philosophy (2002)
ICT adoption, software investment and firm efficiency in Turkey
Fındık, Derya; Tansel, Aysıt; Department of Science and Technology Policy Studies (2013)
This thesis examines the impact of firm resources on Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) adoption by the Turkish business enterprises and the impact of software investment on firm efficiency by using firm level data. ICT adoption is measured at three levels: The first level is technology ownership. The second level is the presence of enterprise resource planning (ERP) and customer resource management (CRM). The third level is the use of narrowband and broadband technologies. The impact of firm ...
Bayramoğlu, Alitan; Özkan Yıldırım, Sevgi; Department of Bioinformatics (2022-1-24)
Increasing competition in contemporary industrial settings drive organizations to unceasingly seek ways to improve the overall quality of their products and services, and the processes followed in order to procure them. Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) has been put forth with promises to remedy shortcomings constituted by legacy document-based engineering approaches. However, for an organization to fully adopt MBSE, it must overcome several human, financial, organizational and technological factors. T...
Technological properties and conservation problems of some medieval bricks and tiles
Dinçer, Ayşe Şenay; Saltık, Emine Nevin; Restoration in Department of Architecture (2012)
The aim of this study is to examine the technology of the relatively deteriorated historic tile, brick and mortar samples of Sivas Gök Medrese and Tokat Gök Medrese. Their main deterioration factors were analyzed mainly as salt weathering. It was examined in detail, and the possible desalination methods were discussed. For this purpose, the studies were carried out with a field survey and laboratory experiments on the two sites. Documentation of visual decay forms of Tokat Gök Medrese were done with AutoCAD...
Citation Formats
M. U. Tutan, “Technological learning: Special emphasis to firms,” Middle East Technical University, 1999.