Workshop on PLS Path Modeling Using ADANCO 2.0: Introduction, Extensions, and Advances (in English)

hosted by PLS School

University of Minho

Start: Wednesday, 07 Jun 2017 08:00

End: Wednesday, 07 Jun 2017 15:30

  • Contents

    This is a pre-Conference Workshop of the 25th European Conference on Information Systems (ECIS 2017) that requires a registration fee additional to the registration to the Conference. It is not required to be a Conference attendee to participate on this Workshop.

    How to perform and report an impactful empirical analysis with partial least squares (PLS) path modeling in your best current and future research? This is an important question after the substantial changes and new developments (e.g., composite models, model identification, overall model fit evaluation, consistent PLS, the heterotrait-monotrait ratio of correlations) that have been proposed and evidenced in the last three years.

    This Workshop provides a profound introduction to PLS path modeling to be skilled to perform and report a high quality PLS analysis by following the latest suggested standards by means of the statistical software package Advanced Analysis of Composites (ADANCO) 2.0. The instructor will make use of several examples from Business Administration research, with emphasis in the field of Information Systems.

    This Workshop covers the fundamental issues in PLS path modeling:

    • Foundations of variance-based structural equation modeling.
    • Application of PLS path modeling in Information Systems.
    • Assumptions and data requirements.
    • Forms of construct measurement (reflective and composite).
    • Evaluation of measurement models.
    • Creating identified structural equation models.
    • Structural models and overall model fit evaluation.
    • Significance tests by means of bootstrapping.
    • Estimation of second-order constructs.
    • Mediation analysis.
    • Software tutorial with ADANCO.

    This Workshop will explain and illustrate the latest changes and new developments in PLS path modeling: composite models, model identification, overall model fit evaluation, consistent PLS, and the heterotrait-monotrait ratio of correlations.

  • Who should attend?

    This Workshop is designed for practitioners, faculty, and students who are engaged in, or interested in current techniques to perform structural equation modeling using PLS path modeling. A basic knowledge of structural equation modeling techniques is helpful but not required.


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