Technology and Organizations

  • ID: 2213747
  • Book
  • 304 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Provides new ways for both researchers and managers to think about technology′s role in people′s organizational lives, showing its impact on individuals, groups, and the organization as a whole. Includes original papers from leading scholars to show how new technology requires organizations to make fundamental changes.
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1. Technology as Equivoque: Sensemaking in New Technologies (Karl E. Weick).

2. Understanding Technology and the Individual in an Organizational Context (Paul S. Goodman, Terri L. Griffith, Deborah B. Fenner).

3. Work Groups: Autonomy, Technology, and Choice (Gerald I. Susman).

4. Technology and Structure: An Organizational––Level Perspective (W. Richard Scott).

5. Technology, Management, and Competitive Advantage (James G. March, Lee S. Sproull).

6. Technology and Organizations: A Cross–National Analysis (Leonard H. Lynn).

7. Technology and Organizations: An Economic/Institutional Analysis (David C. Mowery).

8. A Technological Perspective on New Forms of Organization (Raj Reddy).

9. Technology and Organizations: Integration and Opportunities (Lee S. Sproull, Paul S. Goodman).

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PAUL S. GOODMAN is professor of industrial administration and psychology and director of the Center for the Management of Technology at Carnegie Mellon University.

LEE S. SPROULL is associate professor of social science at Carnegie Mellon University.

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