The fifth International Telework Workshop was held in Stockholm in the fall of 2000. The conference was attended by almost 100 participants from all continents of the world. It therefore covered a broad range of subjects relating to Telework. Its success was in some part due to the work of the program committee composed of Birger Rapp (General Chairman), Maarten Botterman, Geoff Dick, Gil Gordon, Ursula Huws, Paul Jackson, Peter Johnston, Patricia L. Mokhtarian, Victor de Pous, Lars Qvotrup, Wendy Spinks and Reirna Suomi. After the conference we decided to write a book on the theme qOrganization and the future after 2000q. Many of the participants as well as others were invited to contribute a chapter of about ten pages. The resulting book of almost 400 pages therefore provides a comprehensive overview of ongoing research in the field of Telework. Birger Rapp and Paul Jackson edited the book. The intended audience for this book spans disciplinary and professional boundaries. It primarily relates to the disciplines of Business and Management Studies, Information Management, E-commerce and E-business. In a broader sense, it relates to Sociology, Media Studies and Economics.This open forum was an important information-sharing device: aquot;By passive listening to discussions or taking part in them, enlarge the awareness of the businessaquot; (ibid, p. ... 85-96). wrecked cars before they were fixed by an auto repair 225.
|Title||:||Organisation and Work Beyond 2000|
|Author||:||Birger Rapp, Paul Jackson|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2012-02-02|