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Information Technology and Changes in Organizational Work (IFIP International Federation for Information Processing)

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Published by Springer .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Databases & data structures,
  • Industry & Industrial Studies,
  • Information Management,
  • Computer Books: General,
  • Computers,
  • Business / Economics / Finance,
  • Information Storage & Retrieval,
  • Decision Making & Problem Solving,
  • Business & Economics / Information Management,
  • Business & Economics-Decision Making & Problem Solving,
  • Computers / Information Storage & Retrieval,
  • Computers-Information Storage & Retrieval,
  • Information technology,
  • Organizational change

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsW.J. Orlikowski (Editor), G. Walsham (Editor), M.R. Jones (Editor), Janice I. DeGross (Editor)
    The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages456
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9664424M
    ISBN 100412640104
    ISBN 109780412640100

    This article reviews various theories explaining the organizational change, and in particular change due to the introduction of information technology (IT). This article also attempts to apply these theories to understand organizational change management process due to introduction of paging technology in a case of Indian Railways. Get this from a library! Information technology and organizational learning: managing behavioral change in the digital age. [Arthur M Langer] -- Focusing on the critical role IT plays in organizational development, the book shows how to employ action learning to improve the competitiveness of an organization. Defining the current IT problem.

      Technology's Impact on Organizational Changes. The technology needs of a small company exist in an almost constant state of flux, adapting and changing based on business demands and advancements. Information technology (IT) is the use of computers to store, retrieve, transmit, and manipulate data or is typically used within the context of business operations as opposed to personal or entertainment technologies. IT is considered to be a subset of information and communications technology (ICT). An information technology system (IT system) is generally an information.

      Businesses undergo many types of organizational change in response to factors such as increased competition, new technology and decreased revenue. Organizations may experience small changes aimed at continuous improvement or dramatic changes that . Information technology and organizational change: causal structure in theory and research.


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Information Technology and Changes in Organizational Work (IFIP International Federation for Information Processing) Download PDF EPUB FB2

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. Change in business is constant, but modern communications tools can help relieve the burden of constant organizational transformation. The evidence for constant change is clear in the technological changes we’ve experienced within the last decade. We’ve become so accustomed to carrying around smartphones, it can seem astounding that the first iPhone was only introduced 11.

Information Technology and Changes in Organizational Work Proceedings of the IFIP WG working conference on information technology and changes in organizational work. INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AND ORGANIZATIONAL CHANGE between information technology and the structure of newspaper organizations.

Pfeffer and Leblebici () controlled for both size and environmental complexity in their study of the use of information technology in 38 small manufacturing companies. of technology on work systems and organizational structures, role theory may be especially useful.

Barley (, ) argued that technologies trigger change by. The four concepts for organizational information technology change programs presented in this paper are a preview to the new type of contemplation that must occur to deal with the changes ahead.

Fortunately, the field of OD has always prided itself on its ability to deal with innovation and challenge. Experimentation with these concepts and. This article concerns theories about why and how information technology affects organizational life.

Good theory guides research, which, when applied, increases the likelihood that information technology will be employed with desirable consequences for users, organizations, and other interested parties.

information technology (IT) and associated changes in work organization are important causes of this shift. IT is among the most important technological changes affecting the economy and employers who use IT usually co-invent new approaches to workplace organization and new product and service offerings.

IT and the co-inventions together. Advancing the ongoing debates and accounting for these innovations in the relationship between technology and organizational change will require rich theoretical conceptualizations and new empirical insights. This article begins by briefly reviewing some key perspectives that have emerged in the information systems (IS) literature to account for the relationship between technology and.

Information technology systems are used by organizations to perform various tasks. Some use IT to provide for the basic processing of transactions, while others enable customers, distributors and suppliers to interact with the organization through various communication technology systems such as the internet.

The term ‘’information technology systems in an organization ‘’ is composed. Information Technology, Workplace Organization, and the Demand for Skilled Labor: Firm-level Evidence Paper Timothy F.

Bresnahan economy, complementary organizational changes involve a process of co-invention by individual firms [Bresnahan and Greenstein, ]. Identifying and implementing organizational co. Langer provides a comprehensive analysis of how information technology continues to dramatically change organizational life.

His theories and applications of the strategic and cultural uses of technology are fundamental to understanding the principles and concepts of organization design in the 21st s: 1.

Get this from a library. Information technology and changes in organizational work: proceedings of the IFIP WG Working Conference on Information Technology and Changes in Organizational Work, December [Wanda J Orlikowski; International Federation for Information Processing.;].

Information Technology (IT) has become ubiquitous and is changing every aspect of how people live their lives. Recent advances in our ability to communicate and process information in digital form— a series of developments sometimes described as an “IT revolution”—are reshaping the economies and societies of many countries around the world.

Information technology and organizational change INTRODUCTION Organizational change does not take place in a vacuum. It occurs in particular settings which respond to change dynamics sensitive to factors such as the nature of the job, and the social and technical conditions framing both intentions and perceptions.

How do major changes in Information Technology impact company performance. How can the MIS department ensure that the transition to a new system is not a dis. Information Technology and Organizational Change: Review of Theories and Application to a Case of Indian Railways 13 September | Management and Labour Studies, Vol.

42, No. 2 The effect of information technology on IT-facilitated coordination, IT-facilitated autonomy, and decision-makings at the individual level. CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): essential data. Recently, labor demand has shifted in favor of high-wage, high-skill work, contributing to a substantial rise in income inequality in the United States.

We argue that information technology (IT) and associated changes in work organization are important causes of this shift. Designing, developing, implementing and managing information technology requires a thorough understanding of the ways in which organisational change is managed.

You will develop your knowledge of these key themes along with strategic impact, organisational implications and business value of information technology.

Every organization wants to create a culture that works from a set of core values, where everybody is on the same page about what’s important, where the company is going, and how it’s going to. Organizational change occurs when a company makes a transition from its current state to some desired future state.

Managing organizational change is the process of planning and implementing.This article sets forth the application of open systems theory for generating propositions regarding the management of organizational change and organizational interdependence by application of IT.

The commonly preferred approaches - goal theory, population ecology, systems resource theory and transaction costs theory - are inadequate in providing a wholistic perspective of the organizational.

A manager in technology may see change in terms of systems & tools. In some cases a change is so complex that no one person has a true end-to-end view of it.

It can be a significant challenge to align the different types of change across an organization. The following ten types of organizational change endlessly overlap.