Contemplating the Potential Consequences of Virtual Mobility

Schüller, Jessıca
Bulut Şahin, Betül


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Lean construction is a new approach, adapted from lean thinking, focuses an increase in productivity through control over the process to eliminate waste of project while maximizing the value offered by the project. The Last Planner System (LPS) is one of the production control and planning systems for project management in lean construction philosophy. It emphasizes reliable and optimized workflows by taking measures (Identification and resolving) for problems that may occur in advance collaboratively at th...
Investigating the Role of the Big Five on the Social Loafing of Information Technology Workers
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The main purpose of the study was to investigate the role of Big Five personality dimensions (Extraversion, Conscientiousness, Openness to Experience, Neuroticism, and Agreeableness) on social loafing (SL) in a field setting. Data were gathered from both employees and their supervisors working in three leading software companies in Ankara, Turkey. The study was conducted in two phases. In the pilot study, SL and perceived coworker SL scales were developed. The task visibility scale was adapted to Turkish. T...
Exploring the factors affecting consumer intention to use wearable mobile devices to track health information
Pancar, Tansu; Özkan Yıldırım, Sevgi; Department of Information Systems (2021-9)
The popularity and usage of wearable devices is increasing as a consequence of their increasing capabilities. These devices collect various types of health related data with increasing accuracy. Collected data is used by consumers to track their own health data in addition to being used by health professionals to support medical diagnosis and treatment. This research investigates the factors affecting the adoption of wearable devices to track health information. The UTAUT2 model was used as the basis for th...
İnvestigating the mediating role of innovation in the relationship between entrepreneurship and regional economic development
Demirdağ, İsmail (2018-12-01)
Purpose: This study aims to show how innovation plays as a mediator in the link between entrepreneurship and economic development level. Methodology: Using data of 26 NUTS II regions of Turkey and mediation analysis technique, the study has examined the associations among the variables for four periods: 1995, 2000, 2005, and 2010. Findings: The results, supporting the mainstream arguments in the literature and the main hypothesis, illustrate that the interaction between entrepreneurship and innovation has a...
Gökten, Özge; Emil, Serap (2018-10-23)
In 21st century, it is very important to carry out successful cross-cultural interactions. With the effect of internationalization, colleges are developing new policies in order to compete in global academic environment. One of these initiatives in the European context is Erasmus Student Mobility Program. Moreover, Cultural intelligence (CQ) is the phenomenon that is regarded as one of the essential skills to carry out those cross-cultural interactions. In general terms, it is the “ability to make one...
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J. Schüller and B. Bulut Şahin, “Contemplating the Potential Consequences of Virtual Mobility,” 2020, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: