Access to Knowledge and Information refers to both the ease of access to digestible information and the knowledge about

an intervention and how to incorporate it into work tasks.

RI: Access to Knowledge and Information Measures

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Adoption of information technology innovation – Result Demonstrability Subscale

Moore & Benbasat (1991)

The AITI – Result Demonstrability Subscale is a 4-item subscale that measures user perceptions of innovation characteristics, result demonstrability in particular.

Leader Effectiveness and Adaptability Description (LEAD)

Skinner (2007)

The Leadership Effectiveness and Adaptability Description (LEAD) instruments contain twelve situations where the respondents select the leadership behavior which best represents the action of the leader in each situation.

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