Technological Challenges and Management


one Fashion or adoption? Harmonization of new technologies with strategy, structure, and cultureIntroduction"Technology” conceptTechnology adoption processDrivers and barriers of technology adoptionIntegration of new technologiesConclusionReferencestwo Technological and organizational changes. Challenges for HRMIntroductionInternationalization, globalization, and its consequencesDemographic pressureHRM perspectivesFinal considerationsReferencesthree The concept of e-HRM, its evolution and effects on organizational outcomesTransition from HRM into SHRMWhat is e-HRM?Theoretical perspectives of e-HRMContext variables in e-HRM research and theoretical frameworksResource-based view theoryTransaction cost theoryNew institutional theoryTypes of e-HRMe-HRM goalse-HRM outcomese-HRM functionsElectronic human resource planningElectronic recruitmente-LearningElectronic performance managementElectronic career managemente-CompensationElectronic industrial relationsElectronic occupational safety and healthReferencesfour Organizational change success as a communicational agency effect. Structuration, textualizing, and networkingIntroductionTheoretical frameworkAgency, encounters, communication, and organizationAuthority, responsibility, empowerment, and communicationTechnologies, resources, and communicationResearch strategyResults and discussionApplication of new management methods to the factory's activitiesCoupling organizational units, organizational levels, and the units' membersMechanization of production based on computerized and electronic machinesEmpowerment of heads and members of operational unitsHuman resource managementMonitoring and controlling organizational and team performanceConclusionsReferencesfive Electronic human resource management in SMEs. An exploratory study in a Portuguese municipalityIntroductionEvolution of technology use in human resource managemente-HRM arease-HRM aims and impacte-HRM in small- and medium-sized organizations: State of the arte-HRM in SMEs of a particular region (Esposende) at the north of Portugal: An exploratory studySome methodological and characterization elementsMain result analysisFinal remarksReferencessix Collaboration in processes supported by Web 2.0. The emergence of interactivityIntroductionLiterature reviewTheories and organizational models by the structuration lensSocial exchange theoryCollaborative systemsCollaborationCategories of analysesMethodological proceduresResultsPertinence of the 3C modelDimensions of collaboration mediated by Web 2.0 technologies in the Fiat caseDimensions of collaboration mediated by Web 2.0 technologies in the Local Motors caseSynthesis and cross analysis of the studied casesConclusionsReferencesseven Enhancing online fashion retail. The quest for the perfect fitIntroductionOnline fashion retail: Benefits and challengesMethodologyFindings and discussionConclusion, limitations, and directions for future researchReferences
 
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