Groups interacting with technology: ideas, evidence, issues, and an agenda
Sage Publications, 1994 - Business & Economics - 180 pages
Whether technology can improve a work group's productivity is one of the questions addressed in this volume, which examines how the use of computers and other electronic technology affects the behaviour of groups - and the results of a group's endeavours.
Contributors also discuss the conditions which make group meetings via computer as effective as groups that meet face-to-face and what technologies do to the groups that use them. They examine and relate the major conceptual ideas employed by various research groups through a systematic review of the theory and evidence in the field. The volume concludes with a condensed classification of empirical evidence from studies of electronic support in collaborative groupwork.
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Applying Electronic Technology in Work
Major Conceptual Formulations About
A Summary of Empirical Research
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