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Community Involvement and Organizational Commitment

By KevinITPhDStudent ·
You are invited to participate in research on the impact of community involvement (real-world and virtual) on organizational commitment. This research is for completion of my PhD studies at Capella University. Your privacy will be protected through several measures.

First, your e-mail will be stripped out and you will be assigned a unique identifying number. The table with the key to tie your email to your unique identity will be stored offline. Your email is only collected to allow the survey tobe taken in two parts to reduce survey fatigue. Second, all the data will be destroyed after three years.
Third, the study will not identify any users in the results section.

By carefully protecting your privacy, there is little risk or possible harm to you or your members in completing this survey. In addition, IS/IT professionals are generally not considered an at-risk group.

Can you please complete the survey? The survey is in two parts and should take less than 20 minutes. The link is here: http://www.itphdstudent.com/survey

Please contact me at 801-390-3059 if you have any questions.

Yours,
Kevin McReynolds
Instructor, LDS Business College
Salt Lake City Utah

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Remove your phone number.

by CharlieSpencer In reply to Community Involvement and ...

Posting your phone number in a public forum is a great way for telemarketers to contact you. Instead, enable Peer Mail:

Click on 'My Workspace' in the upper right, then the Profile tab, then the 'Edit Profile' button. Go to the bottom and click the button beside "Allow other TechRepublic members to contact me."

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Sorry, mandatory e-mail address doesn't cut it.

by CharlieSpencer In reply to Community Involvement and ...

Regardless of your confidentiality assurances, I'm not giving my address to a complete stranger. I suspect few respondents from TR will give it either.

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