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Journal: International Journal of Advanced Research (Vol.6, No. 10)

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Page : 1382-1389

Keywords : Organization; Culture; Information Systems; Adoption;

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Implementation of intelligent systems in institutions of higher learning has been a big challenge due to organizational issues e.g., the users? resistance to new technologies. The aim of this study was to investigate how organizational culture has influenced the adoption and usage of the information systems in teaching. The general objective was then narrowed down to three specific objectives namely to establish whether the organizational culture influences the acceptance, embracing, and usage of intelligent systems among the instructors of higher learning institutions, and examine the instructors? practices in regard to the use of intelligent systems in service. The study adopted descriptive research design with the target population of 150 members of academic staff and the sample size of 109 that was determined by Sloven?s formula. Simple random selection method was used in order to choose a representative section without being prejudiced.The researcher used the questionnaire as data collection instrument and finally the data was analyzed using the statistical package for social science (SPSS). The major findings of this study indicate that organizational culture has influenced the adoption and usage of the intelligent systems in teaching in various institutions of learning. It also revealed that the institution beliefs, customs, values, conduct has a positive influence on the embracing of intelligent systems in service delivery. Most of the results fell within the required standard p-value of .

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