5 edition of Strategic management of technostress in an information society found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographies and indexes.
|Statement||edited by Amarjit S. Sethi, Denis H.J. Caro, Randall S. Schuler.|
|Contributions||Sethi, Amarjit Singh., Caro, Denis H. J., Schuler, Randall S.|
|LC Classifications||HF5548.85 .S72 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 399 p. :|
|Number of Pages||399|
|LC Control Number||86003117|
In , Craig Brod defined this phenomenon for the first time. He said it was “a modern disease of adaptation caused by an inability to cope with the new computer technologies in a healthy manner”.. In , Larry Rosen and Michele Well popularized the term through their book Technostress: Coping with Technology @Work @Home @ this book, the authors explain that technostress . Strategic Management of Technostress in an Information Society , pp., hardcover ISBN This book provides an analysis of multiple strategies and techniques to assist both private and public sector managers to cope with the pressure, anxiety, and stressors resulting from technological change.
This study examined the level of technostress experienced among Nigerian auditors. It also identified the strategies adopted by workers of audit firms to cope with technostress. This was with a view to determine the effects of technostress on the performance of auditors. The study relied on primary data derived from the administration of questionnaire on auditors of four auditing firms in Nigeria. Looking for books by Randall S. Schuler? See all books authored by Randall S. Schuler, including Managing Human Resources: Through Strategic Partnerships (Managing Human Resources Through Strategic Partnerships), and International Human Resource Management: Policy and Practice for the Global Enterprise, and more on
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Strategic Management of Technostress in an Information Society by Amarjit Singh Sethi (Author), Denis H. Caro (Author), Randall S.
Schuler (Author)Cited by: Strategic management of technostress in an information society. Lewiston, NY: Hogrefe, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Amarjit Singh Sethi; Denis H J Caro; Randall S Schuler.
Strategic management of technostress in an information society / edited by Amarjit S. Sethi, Denis H.J. Caro, Randall S. Schuler Schuler, Randall S. A conceptual framework of technostress is suggested to provide some focus to future research. A number of technostress management strategies are put forward, including strategic technological.
The Strategic Management of Information Systems: Building a Digital Strategy, 4th Edition | Wiley A comprehensively updated revision of a book regarded by many as one the leading and authoritative titles for practitioners, academics and students in the domain of information systems and technology (IS/IT) strategy.
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Strategic Information Technology and Portfolio Management bridges the knowledge between information technology planning, enterprise architecture, and IT portfolio management taking into account their financial impact.
Intended for IT professionals, researchers, and academicians, this book provides techniques and tools appropriate for building. Based on empirical survey data, this paper uses concepts from sociotechnical theory and role theory to explore the effects of stress created by information and computer technology (ICT)-that is, "technostress"-on role stress and on individual productivity.
Technostress, defined for the first time inis a syndrome that occurs when the person, subjected to information overload and continuous contact with most digital devices, develops a state of. to the overall strategic planning processes through which the organization prepares for its future.
An M/S strategic planning process is conceptualized and illustrated as one which /inks the. organiza-tion’s "strategy set" tb an MIS "strategy set.
"The literature of management information systems (MIS) concentrates largely on the. His areas of research interest include IT management and usage, E‐HR, technostress and digital innovation. Tim's research has been published in journals including MIS Quarterly, Journal of MIS, European Journal of IS, IS Journal, Journal of IT, Journal of Strategic IS, GQ and MIS Quarterly Executive and has been cited over times.
Description. Strategic use of technological innovations in information systems has rapidly evolved transforming institutions, organizations, and individuals across the globe.
Strategic Information Systems: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools, and Applications provides a compendium of comprehensive advanced research articles written by an international collaboration of experts involved with the.
Combining a rich blend of research, best practice and policy, Strategic Information Systems Management is the eagerly awaited new introduction to the interconnected world we live and work in.
A top-ranked team of global experts combine both industrial and scholarly perspectives, bringing a wealth of experience to make this the complete introduction for 21st century s: 2. human resource management, (6) information technology, (7) management science, (8) planning and resource allocation and (9) efficiency and effectiveness (Armsrong, ).
Tools and tech-niques used in general management assist managers and executives in decision-making process. Strategic Management of Technostress 1 in an Information Society Ipp., hardcover lililí I ISBN r I This book provides an analysis of multiple strategies and techniques to assist both private and public || sector managers to cope with the pressure, anxiety, and stressors resulting from technological II change.
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This comprehensive guide to the strategic management of information systems within business and public sector organizations integrates the two, often disparate, domains of strategic management and information systems.
Focusing on managing information systems within a broader organizational context, it covers key issues such as:* corporate strategy* information systems strategy from both /5(2).
– Sandra Champion, “Technostress: Technology’s Toll,” School Library Journal 35 (November ): – Richard A. Hudiburg and associates, “Measuring Technostress: Computer-Related Stress,” Psychological Reports 64 (): These variables are the strategic management of IS, the organizational structure or the business strategy (Bergeron and Raymond,Raymond et al.,Chan et al., ).
The importance of strategic alignment of information technology is being acknowledged; however, some issues still need to be addressed. In the process of communication, users have to use their own understanding of information structure or content to express knowledge; the process of information transfer is influenced by individual or group capabilities, which involve individual factors (e.g., core capabilities of information and information literacy, social pressure, common.
Christian Maier is a doctoral fellow at the University of Bamberg. His research results about technostress, IT adoption and usage, user personality, and the IT workforce has been published in Journal of Strategic Information Systems, Journal of Business Economics, Business & Information Systems Engineering, and proceeding of various conferences including ICIS, ECIS, and AMCIS.strategic management of information systems Download strategic management of information systems or read online books in PDF, EPUB, Tuebl, and Mobi Format.
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