Impact of an Intranet on Organizational Functions
This paper attempts to develop and validate a credible body of evidence supporting the value of organizational intranets in relation to organizational productivity.
# 26422 | 6,805 words | 23 sources | MLA | 2002 |
Published on May 05, 2003 in Business (Information Mgmt. and Systems) , Computer and Technology (Technology) , Computer and Technology (Networks)
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The paper gives an assessment of both the character and the degree of the impact of the extent to which an intranet is used within private sector organizations on both individual organizational functions (such as intra-organizational communications, decision making, group collaboration and employees' productivity) and on overall organizational business activities.
From the Paper:"When technology is considered within the context of physical science, it is typically viewed as the application of physical science and engineering technology to human endeavors. This concept emphasizes device effects and procedures. When technology is conceptualized within the context of the behavioral sciences, it is viewed as the application of language and linguistics, communications, cybernetics, and psychometrics to human endeavors. The behavioral science concept of technology incorporates applications of engineering research (particularly human factors engineering), logistics related to the effective use of physical resources, and information science. Technology, thus, is the "conscious invention of ways of acting on the material world to meet our needs.""
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