Do Machines Dream of Electric Workers?

Understanding the Impact of Digital Technologies on Organizations and Innovation
Springer (Verlag)
  • erschienen am 16. November 2021
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  • XVI, 191 Seiten
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In our rapidly changing world, digitalization is often either the key to survival or the driving force behind organizations' success. This book examines the impact of digitalization on organizations and the challenges it poses. It explores ways of redesigning work, improving organizational performance, developing employee skills, and creating new forms of competition in the market. In this context, not only the challenges for organizations but also those for the field of organizational studies are considered.
This compilation is based on a selection of the best papers presented at the annual workshop (WOA2020) of the Association of Italian Organization Studies Academics (ASSIOA), held at the University of Milan, Italy in February 2020. The diverse road range of perspectives offered makes the book relevant for scholars and practitioners alike.
1st ed. 2022
  • Englisch
  • Cham
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  • Schweiz
Springer International Publishing
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  • 9 s/w Abbildungen, 14 farbige Abbildungen
  • 3,18 MB
978-3-030-83321-3 (9783030833213)
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Marcello Martinez is Professor of Business Organization at the Department of Economics, Università della Campania Luigi Vanvitelli. Founding President of ASSIOA, Association of Italian Organization Studies Academic, Catholic University of Milan. Member of AIDP, Associazione Italiana Direttori del Perosnale Campania. President of the Scientific Committee of SDiO Studi di Organizzazione Aziendale. Leader of research and training projects on the topics of Business Organization and Human Resources Management. Author and co-author of more than 140 publications. Director of the journal Prospettive in Organizzazione. Co-director of the journal Studi Organizzativi, Franco Angeli. Coordinator of the Doctorate in Entrepreneurship and Innovation, University of Campania.
Luca Solari is Professor of Business Organization at the University of Milan, where he holds the role of President of Unimi Foundation and Director of the School of Journalism Walter Tobagi. He deals with the transformation of organizational functioning models between design, human resources management, technology, and organizational behavior. He edited with Filomena Buonocore and Fabrizio Montanari an innovative volume for the teaching of contemporary business organization.
Alessio Maria Braccini is Professor of Business Organization at the University of Tuscia, Viterbo (Italy) where he is also the coordinator of the bachelor and master courses in Economics, and coordinator of the curriculum in digital transformation of the doctorate in Economics Management and Quantitative Methods. He leaded and participated to several research projects funded by the EU and the Lazio Region. He is currently vice-president for publication of itAIS, the Italian Chapter of the Association for Information Systems and a member of ASSIOA. He co-authored about 90 publications which appeared in journals such as Information & Organization (I&O), Information Systems Journal (ISJ), International Journal of Accounting Information Systems (IJAIS), Government Information Quarterly (GIQ) and the Communications of AIS (CAIS).
Alessandra Lazazzara is Associate Professor of Organization Theory and Human Resource Management at the University of Milan. Her research interests focus on job crafting, e-HRM, and diversity and inclusion. She has authored several publications in national and international journals, co-edited four books of the LNISO Springer series and is editorial board's member of The International Journal of Human Resource Management, Industrial and Commercial Training, SN Business & Economics, Baltic Journal of Management, Prospettive in Organizzazione. Alessandra serves as vice-president of itAIS, the Italian Chapter of the Association for Information Systems and she is a board member of ASSIOA, the Association of Italian Organization Studies Academics.
Do Machines Dream of Electric Workers? New frontiers in the debate on technology, structure, and strategy.- Organizing for Industry 4.0.- Consequences in the Workplace After Industry 4.0 Adoption: A multiple case study of Italian Manufacturing Organisations.- Remote locations are not all the same: Determinants of work wellbeing among home-based and mobile e- workers*.- Work datification and digital work behaviour analysis as a source of HRM insights.- Shaping the future of work.- Blue Ocean or Dry Desert? Blockchain & Bitcoin impact on Tourism Industry.- Ecosystems in Blockchain Competence Certification: an Explorative Multi-Perspective Analysis.- Building the digital Public Administration: the impact of Social Media in the Public Sector. The perception of pub- lic employees in Italian local context.

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