Office Technology and People

Category:

Information and Knowledge Management

Table Of Contents: Volume 3 Issue 2

ELECTRONIC MAIL AND WEAK TIES IN ORGANIZATIONS

Martha S. Feldman

How information flows through an organization is important to many organizational processes. The information people receive influences the perceptions they have of the…

EVOLVING ELECTRONIC COMMUNICATION NETWORKS: AN EMPIRICAL ASSESSMENT

J.D. Eveland, T.K. Bikson

Understanding electronic communication and the patterns that characterize its development are critical to realizing full benefits from computer‐supported work. Cooperative…

COMMUNICATION AND COLLABORATION: FACILITATING COOPERATIVE WORK THROUGH COMMUNICATION

George O. Goodman, Mark J. Abel

The System Concepts Laboratory (SCL) of Xerox PARC is in the second year of a research program investigating the support and enhancement of collaboration. To begin, we…

ACHIEVING SUSTAINABLE MANAGEMENT OF COMPLEXITY: A NEW VIEW OF EXECUTIVE SUPPORT

Paul M. Cashman, David Stroll

A major challenge facing a business manager is to achieve a sustainable level of success, which in turn means being able to sustainably master the complexity with which…

SYSTEMS DESIGN AND SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY: THE POLITICAL IMPLICATIONS OF “COMPUTER‐SUPPORTED COOPERATIVE WORK”

Robert Howard

The first‐ever conference on “computer‐supported cooperative work” (CSCW) defined a new perspective and perhaps even a new speciality in the field of computer science. The…

ISSN:

0167-5710

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1982 – 1989

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Emerald Publishing Limited