The Psychology of Workplace Technology
December 12, 2013
Recent advances in technology have dramatically altered the manner in which organizations function, transforming the way people think about and perform their work. The implications of these trends continue to evolve as emerging innovations adapt to and are adapted by organizations, workers, and other components of the socio-technical systems in which they are embedded. A rigorous consideration of these implications is needed to understand, manage, and drive the reciprocal interplay between technology and the workplace. This edited volume brings together top scholars within and outside of the field of industrial and organizational (I-O) psychology to explore the psychological and organizational effects of contemporary workplace technologies. A special section is included at the end of the book by four experts in the field entitled Reflections and Future Directions.
The Psychology of Workplace Technology, edited by Michael Coovert and Lori Foster Thompson. New York, NY : Brunner-Routledge, 2013. 330 p. ISBN 9781848729643 (hardcover)
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