Enterprise Mobility: Tiny Technology with Global Impact on Work
Springer, 30. sep. 2011 - 208 sider
There are currently 3.5 billion mobile phones in the world and mobile information technologies permeate all aspects of life. This book explores how mobile technologies and information work shape each other. Most writings do not consider how information work increasingly relies on mobile services; this book seeks to address this imbalance.
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2 Technology Enabling Capabilities
3 Work Facing Paradoxes
4 Creativity Fluid Performances
5 Collaboration Transparent Interdependencies
6 Control Effective Interventions
7 Portfolios Amplified Mobility
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