Arthur M. Langer, "Information Technology and Organizational Learning: Managing Behavioral Change through Technology and Education"
English | None | ISBN: 041587582X, 0415875838 | PDF | pages: 348 | 11,7 mb
A groundbreaking compilation of case studies and theory on organizational learning in the workplace, this book provides resources for researchers and business practitioners alike. Integrating a growing information technology infrastructure with an existing workforce culture is one of the biggest challenges facing human resource managers and corporate executives today. Langer responds to these complex and various dilemmas with useful and innovative understandings and suggestions.
Revisions to this second edition include:
A new chapter on Virtual Teams and Outsourcing
Updates to case studies throughout to include events that have transpired since the last edition.
New material on infrastructure improvements and social networking as an improved method of interaction and team building.
Coverage of virtual mentoring and how to better manage at the micro level across departments and the organization as a whole
Best practices on the all important issue of ethics--how we use information and security and sharing of data
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