Information Technology and Changes in Organizational Work

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W.J. Orlikowski, G. Walsham, M.R. Jones, Janice I. DeGross
Springer Science & Business Media, 1996 - 441 páginas
Many organisations are using an increased range of information technologies to support a variety of new organisational practices and organisational forms. The book aims to investigate the integration of information technologies into work places and their effect on work and work-life. Issues include changes in: the nature, quantity and quality of work; power relations; privacy; and aspects of organisational culture. The book also considers the social process of shifting from present organisational structures and practices to new ones.
 

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Information Technology and Changes in Organizational Work Images and Reflections
1
Images of Practice New Forms of Work
11
The Emperors New Information Economy
13
PANEL Bell Meets Taylor Demystifying Knowledge Work
18
Reducing the Need for ComputerBased Information Systems in Healthcare Through the Use of SelfContained Organizational Units
21
Images of Practice Business Process Reengineering
37
Business Process Reengineering Reappraised The Politics and Technology of Forgetting
39
Process Reengineering Information Technology and the Transformation of Accountability The Remaindering of the Human Resource?
62
The SecondOrder Security Dilemma
239
Black Boxes NonHuman Stakeholders and the Translation of IT Through Mediation
250
Embodying Information Systems
272
Reflections of Research Inscription
293
Social Theory and the Study of Computerized Work Sites
295
From Work to Activity Technology and the Narrative of Progress
308
Social Shaping of Information Infrastructure On Being Specific about the Technology
325
Infrastructure and Organizational Transformation Classifying Nurses Work
344

The COMIS Plan ITMediated Business Reengineering in Telecom Australia during the 1960s
89
Contradictions among Stakeholder Assessments of a Radical Change Initiative A Cognitive Frames Analysis
107
Assessing Employee Turnover Intentions BeforeAfter BPR
131
Images of Practice Systems Development
155
Transforming Organizations Through Systems Analysis Deploying Ne Techniques for Organizational Analysis in IS Development
157
Debates in IS and CSCW Research Anticipating System Design for PostFordist Work
177
Strategic Change in Financial Services The Social Construction of Strategic IS
197
The Nature and Processes of ITRelated Change
213
PANEL Beyond Systems Development Methodologies Time To Leave the Lamppost?
235
Madness and Organization Informed Management and Empowerment
371
Reflections of Research Learning
395
Disassembling Frames on the Assembly Line The Theory and Practice of the New Division of Learning in Advanced Manufacturing
397
PANEL The Social Organization of TeleLearning in Companies
419
Reflections of Research Participation
423
Designing for Freedom in a Technical World
425
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