4 edition of Structural effects of communication technologies on firms found in the catalog.
by Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Alfred P. Sloan School of Management in Cambridge, Mass
Written in English
|Other titles||Communications technologies on firms, Structural effects of.|
|Series||WP -- 1655-85, Working paper (Sloan School of Management) -- 1655-85.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||33,  p. :|
|Number of Pages||33|
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Adequacydrovemany companiestointernalizethedistributionfunction,settingup strativecoordination. Structural effects of communication technologies on firms: lessons from the past / by JoAnne Yates Item PreviewPages: STRUCTURAL COMMUNICATION - an introduction by Anthony Blake This method was developed by John Bennett in the late 60's and applied to secondary education and, eventually, to management training.
In later years, it was simplified and modified to create a method of group discussion that is, today, used in management circles. Arie de Geus mentions it in his influential book 'The. The flagship book in the Series in Communication Technology and Society, Communication Technology introduces the history and uses of the new technologies and examines basic issues posed by interactive media in areas that affect intellectual, organization, and social life.
Author and series co-editor Everett M. Rogers defines the field of 4/5(2). A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text. Given the rapid. In addition, with the recent advances in new media and computer technologies, communication is more crucial than ever to comprehend the external marketing environment, because communication plays a key role in attracting and keeping customers (Batra and Lane Keller, ).
Still, little is known about the interplay between marketing Author: Silvia L. Martin, Rajshekhar (Raj) G. Javalgi, Luciano Ciravegna, Luciano Ciravegna.
Technology and enterprise development: Ghana under structural adjustment (English) Abstract. Technology is one of the primary determinants of the competitiveness of manufacturing firms.
Since practically all the technologies in use are imported from the developed countries and their application is known and understood, it is widely believed Cited by: Structural Effects of Communication Technologies on Firms: Lessons from the Past by JoAnne Yates avg rating — 0 ratings — published — 2 editions.
firms whose financial service offerings are vir-tually unregulated compete directly with tradi-tional, regulated providers.
Information processing and communication technologies are being used to enhance exist-ing services, to implement new ones, and to make them available in new ways. Money mar-ket mutual funds, operated by investment. Communication Technologies (ICT) solutions are implemented and communication processes and the technical complexity of production determine the structural complexity of the firm, and their positive or negative effects.
Thus communication is a key process because of File Size: KB. Creating organizational memory: systematic management and internal communication in manufacturing firms, Article Graphs as a managerial tool: a case study of Du Pont's use of graphs.
Communication technology has had both positive and negative effects on organizational communication, which is communication between people in the same organization. Organizations you belong to use organizational communication to establish communication patterns and systems.
Information Technology Effects on Firm Performance as Measured by Tobin's q. Anandhi S. Bharadwaj, A Study on Firms with Negative Book Value of Equity. 18 March | International Review of Finance, Vol.
23 Chapter 3 IB and Strategy Research on “New” Information and Communication Technologies: Guidance for Future by: GIT generally refers to the proper use of information and communication technologies to manage the whereas the latter correspond to more ambiguous structural changes, rebound effects, and this finding confirms that the financial characteristics described above are permanent for firms with GIT.
As the effects of GIT on P/E per share were Cited by: This special issue is intended to investigate the phenomena and mechanisms regarding how digital technologies influence traditional firms’ international strategies.
As digital technologies infiltrate almost every sector (Alcácer, Cantwell, & Piscitello, ), traditional firms are facing mounting pressures from digital-native firms which. to BSCK Survey inthe usage of computers by firms has increased by approximately 7% (% in ), while in the usage of computers by firms has decreased by 8% (% in ).
In today’s economy knowledge, the use of information technology by firms increases their competitive advantage. Moreover, not only the intensity of the useCited by: 3. Structural Effects of Communication Technologies on Firms: Lessons from the Past avg rating — 0 ratings — published — 2 editions/5.
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Johns Hopkins University Press; IT assimilation is regarded as an important outcome in the efforts of firms to leverage the potential of information technologies in their business activities and strategies. Despite significant investments in information technology, considerable diversity exists in how well firms have been able to assimilate IT and leverage the business value of by: 30 Industrial Development for the 21st Century 2.
Knowledge, technology, and growth in long-term perspective Long-term trends One of the best ways to see the role of knowledge in development. The element that most influenced the firms was the arrival of the Internet. Nevertheless, these innovations enhanced the complexity of the firms’ tasks and the need to capture the employees.
Key words: Technological impacts, Accounting firms, Information technology. The Impacts Of Technological Innovation On Accounting Firms In RioFile Size: KB.Communication Technologies (ICT), which could lower the labor share if the capital-labor elasticity of substitution is greater than one.
2 Elsby, Hobjin and Sahin () argue for the importance of trade and international outsourcing especially with China.effects on value-added per worker in Kenyan firms. For all firms, a one unit increase in the average measure of technology increases value-added per worker by about 34 percentage points.
However, most of this is for firms that are female-headed, where the effect of technology is positive and significant at 43 percentage points.