Connections: New Ways of Working in the Networked Organization
|Rating||:||4.70 (776 Votes)|
|Number of Pages||:||300 Pages|
She has been elected into the CHI Academy by The Association for Computing Machinery's Special Interest Group on Computer-Human Interaction (ACM SIGCHI) in recognition of her outstanding leadership and service in the field of computer-human interaction.Lee Sproull holds the Leonard N. Stern School Professorship of Business at the Stern School, New York University, and is currently Vice-Dean of the Faculty.. Sara Kiesler is Profes
Sproull and Kiesler raise crucial questions about our technical and particularly our human strategies as a producing society." Howard Webber, Sloan Management Review. "Lee Sproull and Sara Kiesler examine change with an unusually discerning eye and a critical intelligence that tolerates ambiguity and conditions its claims. In their balanced and insightful analysis, the authors urge us to understand that technologies may deliberately be used to reinforce a clear chain of command, to structure and even block pathways of information exchange, to suppress 'extracurricular' use of the system, and to improve security through surveillance
Computer networking is changing the way people work and the way organizations function. Connections is an accessible guide to the promise and the pitfalls of this latest phase of the computer revolution.Lee Sproull is Professor of Management at Boston University. Sara Kiesler is Professor of Social and Decision Sciences at Carnegie Mellon University.
Book about email from 1991 Jackal This book deals with email communications. The book was written in 1991 so the content is dated.The book is written by academics but probably for a somewhat wider audience. Almost 20 years later this book is not worth reading for a manager and probably not worth reading for an academic.. "Technologically interesting" according to A Customer. This book is based on extensive studies of the effects of computer-based communication technology - e-mail, distribution lists, bulletin boards, and computer conferences - through field research as well as social and psychological experiments. Sproull and Kiesler, both I believe trained as experimental social psychologists, believe that computer-based communication is radically changing the ways peo. "I want to know more about this book!" according to A Customer. Can someone tell me about this book. Interested in finding information on conducting online meetings