José L. Roldán
José L. Roldán
Professor of Management (Universidad de Sevilla)
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Variance-Based Structural Equation Modeling: Guidelines for Using Partial Least Squares in Information Systems Research
JL Roldán, MJ Sánchez-Franco
Research Methodologies, Innovations and Philosophies in Software Systems …, 2012
Web acceptance and usage model: A comparison between goal-directed and experiential web users
MJ Sánchez-Franco, JL Roldán
Internet Research 15 (1), 21-48, 2005
Mediation Analysis in Partial Least Squares Path Modeling: Helping Researchers Discuss More Sophisticated Models
C Nitzl, JL Roldán, G Cepeda Carrión
Industrial Management & Data Systems 116 (9), 2016
Applying maximum likelihood and PLS on different sample sizes: studies on SERVQUAL model and employee behavior model
C Barroso, GC Carrión, JL Roldán
Handbook of partial least squares, 427-447, 2010
Information technology as a determinant of organizational learning and technological distinctive competencies
JC Real, A Leal, JL Roldán
Industrial marketing management 35 (4), 505-521, 2006
From entrepreneurial orientation and learning orientation to business performance: analysing the mediating role of organizational learning and the moderating effects of …
JC Real, JL Roldán, A Leal
British Journal of Management 25 (2), 186-208, 2014
Relationships between the EFQM model criteria: a study in Spanish universities
A Calvo-Mora, A Leal, JL Roldán
Total quality management & business excellence 16 (6), 741-770, 2005
Aplicando en la práctica la técnica PLS en la administración de empresas
G Cepeda, JL Roldán
XIV Congreso Nacional ACEDE 7478, 2004
A Validation Test of an Adaptation of the DeLone and McLean's Model in the Spanish EIS Field
JL Roldán, A Leal
Critical reflections on information systems: A systemic approach, 66-84, 2003
The relationship between satisfaction and loyalty: A mediator analysis
A Picón, I Castro, JL Roldán
Journal of Business Research 67 (5), 746-751, 2014
From potential absorptive capacity to innovation outcomes in project teams: The conditional mediating role of the realized absorptive capacity in a relational learning context
AL Leal-Rodríguez, JL Roldán, JA Ariza-Montes, A Leal-Millán
International Journal of Project Management 32 (6), 894-907, 2014
Absorptive capacity, innovation and cultural barriers: A conditional mediation model
AL Leal-Rodríguez, JA Ariza-Montes, JL Roldán, AG Leal-Millán
Journal of Business Research 67 (5), 763-768, 2014
Organizational unlearning, innovation outcomes, and performance: The moderating effect of firm size
AL Leal-Rodríguez, S Eldridge, JL Roldán, AG Leal-Millán, ...
Journal of Business Research 68 (4), 803-809, 2015
A mediation model between dimensions of social capital
I Castro, JL Roldán
International Business Review 22 (6), 1034-1050, 2013
Prediction-oriented modeling in business research by means of PLS path modeling: Introduction to a JBR special section
GC Carrión, J Henseler, CM Ringle, JL Roldán
Journal of Business Research 69 (10), 4545-4551, 2016
The employee-customer relationship quality: Antecedents and consequences in the hotel industry
M Castellanos-Verdugo, M de los Ángeles Oviedo-García, JL Roldán, ...
International Journal of Contemporary Hospitality Management 21 (3), 251-274, 2009
European management research using partial least squares structural equation modeling (PLS-SEM)
NF Richter, G Cepeda-Carrión, JL Roldán Salgueiro, CM Ringle
European Management Journal, 34 (6), 589-597., 2016
A structural model of the antecedents to entrepreneurial capacity
JC Díaz-Casero, R Hernández-Mogollon, JL Roldán
International Small Business Journal 30 (8), 850-872, 2012
An explanatory and predictive model for organizational agility
CM Felipe, JL Roldán, AL Leal-Rodríguez
Journal of Business Research 69 (10), 4624-4631, 2016
Mediation analyses in partial least squares structural equation modeling: Guidelines and empirical examples
GC Carrión, C Nitzl, JL Roldán
Partial Least Squares Path Modeling, 173-195, 2017
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