Openness Personality Trait on Local Government Information System Services: An Overview
This paper investigates the adaptation of one of the Big Five Personality traits namely Openness in local community acceptance toward local government information system. The data collected via survey based on Openness statement taken from Big Five Personality Inventory item. This is to gain idea regarding acceptance on information system such as information system services in local government agencies in Northern Malaysia that has been introduced to them. Questionnaires has been distributed to collect data and has been analyzed using statistical software. Analyses such as percentage and correlation are been executed to differentiates and tabulate the data to readable results. The findings of the study believe could give the idea to the local government or local authority in providing better services to their community.
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