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eBook Managing Complexity in High Technology Organizations ePub

by Mary Ann Von Glinow,Susan Albers Mohrman

  • ISBN: 0195057201
  • Category: Human Resources
  • Subcategory: Perfomance and Work
  • Author: Mary Ann Von Glinow,Susan Albers Mohrman
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Oxford University Press; 1 edition (January 4, 1990)
  • Pages: 344
  • ePub book: 1286 kb
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Technology clearly plays an increasingly important role in management and organization, and we still have much to learn about how to manage organizations for which technology is a drivingforce.

In this book, Von Glinow, Mohrman, and their expert contributors discuss the reasons for this difference and define new organizational forms for global high technology management. John rated it it was amazing Oct 21, 2014.

By Mary Ann Von Glinow, Susan Albers Mohrman . This book is about managing a growing segment of the global economy: high technology industries, systems, and people. It is also about the complexity associated with managing in high technology industries and organizations. the contributors to this volume are noted for their original and pioneering work in the field of high technology management. Collectively they have captured the high technology phenomenon, departing from traditional prescriptions and theoretical bases in an attempt to define the field's parameters.

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Susan Albers Mohrman. Susan Albers Mohrman. Laterally oriented, fast-changing organizations make traditional performance management practices obsolete. Digital platforms increasingly are dictating how work is carried out, breaking down boundaries between companies, geographies, customers, and other stakeholders and participants, and determining who will benefit from advancing technology  . Competitive companies need to embrace effective new approaches to managing performance.

In Managing Complexity in High-Technology Organizations. Eds. Mary Ann Von Glinow and Susan Albers Mohrman. Rochlin, Gene I. Defining High-Reliability Organizations In Practice: A Taxonomic Prologomena. In New Challenges to Understanding Organizations. New York: Oxford University Press, 1990. IEEE Transactions, 36 (1989), 132–139. CrossRefGoogle Scholar. Ed. Karlene H. Roberts. Through the Eyes of Experts: A Socio-Cognitive Perspective on the Automation of Fingerprint Work. Christopher J. Davis, Ellen M. Hufnagel.

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High technology--which accounts for a rapidly growing section of the global workforce--presents a different set of management problems than have usually been encountered by traditional industry. In this book, Von Glinow, Mohrman, and their expert contributors discuss the reasons for this difference and define new organizational forms for global high technology management. Propounding a revolutionary approach to high technology management issues, they explore management teams, high velocity environments, and high technology marketing, as well as human resource considerations, including team interdependence, compensation, and culture clash.