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Mobile virtual work : a new paradigm ? / J. H. Erik Andriessen, Matti Vartiainen (editors)

Contributor(s): Material type: TextTextPublication details: Berlin : Springer , 2006Description: xiv,392σ. : διαγ.,πιν. ; 24εκISBN:
  • 3540283641
  • 9783540283645
Subject(s): DDC classification:
  • 331.011094 21 εκδ.
Other classification:
  • 13.03.2
Summary: This is a book about mobile virtual work. The objective is to contribute to the understanding and the improvement of an emerging new kind of work arrangement, i.e mobile virtual work. Until now no systematic in- depth studies of this phenomenon have been available. The book has grown several workshops that brought together experts from a wide range of areas. Through their cooperation a state of the art overview could be constructed of areas and aspects telated to MVW: from ergonomic requirements to diffusion of mobile work systems, from implications for distributed cooperation to knowledge managementfor mobile employees. The book is not primarily about technologies and tools, although many mobile systems will play a role in the studies presented. It special merit is that it contains many concrete case studies. That means that MVW is dedcribed and analysed with an eye both on theoreticians and practitioners.
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This is a book about mobile virtual work. The objective is to contribute to the understanding and the improvement of an emerging new kind of work arrangement, i.e mobile virtual work. Until now no systematic in- depth studies of this phenomenon have been available. The book has grown several workshops that brought together experts from a wide range of areas. Through their cooperation a state of the art overview could be constructed of areas and aspects telated to MVW: from ergonomic requirements to diffusion of mobile work systems, from implications for distributed cooperation to knowledge managementfor mobile employees. The book is not primarily about technologies and tools, although many mobile systems will play a role in the studies presented. It special merit is that it contains many concrete case studies. That means that MVW is dedcribed and analysed with an eye both on theoreticians and practitioners.

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