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Internet in the Workplace How New Technology Is Transforming Work

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ISBN-10: 0521809312

ISBN-13: 9780521809313

Edition: 2004

Authors: Patricia Wallace

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With the advent of netcentric technologies, the psychological characteristics of the workplace have been considerably changed. Patricia Wallace explores the challenges & dilemmas that have been created.
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Book details

List price: $56.95
Copyright year: 2004
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Publication date: 2/2/2004
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 316
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.25" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 0.594
Language: English

The Internet Transforms the Workplace
Internet in the Workplace: A Brief Tour
The Context of Change: The Evolving Netcentric Economy
Information Asymmetries
Disintermediation along the Value Chain
The Disintermediated Fight Back
Extreme Disintermediation: The Case of Digital Products
Business Models, Strategies, and Industry Competition
The Workplace in the Middle
The Netcentric Technologies Emerge
Waves of Technological Transformation
The Internet at the Core: Design Principles
Technologies at the Edge
Security and Netcentric Technologies
Swimming Inside the Netcentric Wave
Work, Nonwork, and Fuzzy Lines Between Them
Are We Working More?
Why Are Some People Working Longer Hours?
Netcentric Technologies and the Anytime/Anywhere Workplace
Business Communication
From Sender to Recipient and Back
The Range of New Choices
Describing the Communication Channels
Attitudes about New Media
Email: A Case Study
Business Communication across Cultures
Instant Messages in the Workplace
Extending Netiquette
Leadership in the Internet Age
Leadership under the Microscope
Leadership Styles in the Internet Era
New Challenges for Internet-Age Leaders
Leaders of the Future
Knowledge Management
The Origins of Knowledge Management
What Is Knowledge?
Creating Information and Explicit Knowledge for the Organization: Pre-Internet
Post-Internet Knowledge Management
Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining
Knowledge Management Practices and Projects
The Knowledge Management Hype Cycle
Social and Psychological Factors in Knowledge Management
The Future of Knowledge Management
Virtual Teams and Computer-Supported Cooperative Work
Technology Support for Teamwork
Expanding the Radius of Collaboration for Teamwork
The Context of Teamwork
Group Dynamics in Virtual Teams
Group Dynamics for Problem Solving and Decision Making
The Performance of Actual Virtual Teams
What Will Make Virtual Teams More Effective?
Tomorrow's Virtual Teams
E-Learning: A Virtual Tour
Defining the Terms
Advantages of E-Learning Programs
How Effective is E-Learning?
The Challenges of E-Learning
Is Less More?
Workplace Surveillance and Privacy
How Are Employees Being Monitored?
Why Monitor the Workplace?
Concerns about Productivity
Electronic Performance Monitoring
The Internet and Disinhibition
Developing and Implementing Monitoring Programs
Workplace Privacy: An Oxymoron?
The Changing Context of Employment
Employment Trends and Technology
Changing Employee--Employer Relationships
Challenges in Managing New Employment Relationships
Changing Organizational Forms
The Volunteer Organization
The Netcentric Workplace: Future Trends
The Internet and Productivity
Transforming the Economy, Old and New
Offices of the Future
The Internet in the Workplace: A SWOT Analysis
A Social Dilemma
Extending the Sphere