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Title The new 21st century workplace / edited by Beverley Lloyd-Walker ... [and others]
Published Heidelberg, Vic. : Heidelberg Press, 2008

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Description v, 139 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
Contents 1. A comparison of two research approaches to modelling the adoption of ICT by rural GPs -- 2. A socio-technical approach to change management in general practice -- 3. Do you see what I see? Stakeholder understandings of corporate social responsibility -- 4. Environmental considerations in customer complaint knowledge management in hotels -- 5. Training in the changing world of work: Utilising communications technology to support professionals transitioning to self-employment -- 6. I-D maps and the innovation-decision process -- 7. ICT and inclusion: Students with special needs -- 8. University academics in the 21st century: Continued issues of organisational attachment -- 9. Equitably managing paid and unpaid staff -- 10. IS and HR: Strange bedfellows or partners in developing e-HR for the 21st century HR department? -- 11. Strategy, innovation and managing performance
Summary "The New 21st Century Workplace ... showcases some of the excellent research that is currently being carried out by staff and postgraduate students in the School of Management and Information Systems at Victoria University ... This book, which consists of chapters by PhD students and their supervisors, highlights the range, depth and the multidisciplinary nature of our research. It also demonstrates the application and relevance of our research projects to real word problems and solutions."--Foreword, p. v
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Subject Information resources management.
Management.
Organizational change.
Work environment.
Author Lloyd-Walker, Beverley, 1946-
ISBN 9781920889340 (paperback)
9781920889357 (hbk.)
Other Titles New twenty-first century workplace