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User motivation level analysis of SME collaboration gamification

Marisa, Fitri, Uda, Tonich, Maukar, Anastasia L., Andarwati, Mardiana, Wardhani, Arie Restu and Handini, Mia (2022) User motivation level analysis of SME collaboration gamification. Joiv International Journal on Informatics Visualization, 6 (3). pp. 710-717. ISSN P: 2549-9610, E: 2549-9904

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One of the problems of SME is the low motivation to collaborate; the lack of research on exploring the motivation to collaborate is an issue that needs to be focused on solving. Objectives. This research aims to explore the level and type of motivation that influences SME's interest in collaborating to provide new insights for SME managers to apply appropriate treatment in developing collaborative activities. This study analyses six octalysis core drives that affect user interest in the use of SME collaboration gamification applications involving 293 SME respondents in the East Java Province. The research method is descriptive and quantitative, using Smart PLS, with a path analysis and analysis model. This study formulates six hypotheses to determine the effect of six core drives on using the collaborative gamification system. The results showed that the four constructs had a p-value less than 0.05 and a T-Statistic value greater than 1.96, while the other two constructs produced the opposite value. This finding reveals that four core drives (Epic Meaning, Development, Social Influence, and Avoidance) affect user interest in using collaborative gamification applications. In contrast, two core drives (Ownership and Unpredictable) do not affect it. The implication of this study is a recommendation for developers of collaboration-gamification systems to consider the results of this hypothesis, especially the role of core-drive catalysis as a reference in revising or developing collaborative gamification systems. Future work could apply the TAM model to analyze the technology acceptance rate of this system.

Item Type: Article
Additional Information: Nama : Mardiana Andarwati NIDN : 716037601
Uncontrolled Keywords: Core drive analysis, collaboration gamification, small medium enterprise, path analysis
Divisions: Fakultas Teknologi Informasi > S1 Sistem Informasi
Depositing User: Surya Dannie
Date Deposited: 16 Jun 2023 02:40
Last Modified: 16 Jun 2023 02:40

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