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Crude      and   DESIGNED   to
serve a   SINGLE PURPOSE :
To prepare text, access stock
market data, make mmmm
air-travel ...
A bit of History
(1936)
ENIAC (1946)
Electronic Numerical Integrator And Computer
Back to the future
New era of technology
 “The world is at your fingertips”
extended by
Capabilities

DEVELOPMENTS in information
processing technology, in
communication
and by enhancement of the so...
First-Level Effect
The reason WHY these
technologies are introduced
Confidence
Independence
Divided times and places?




 NO PROBLEM
BUT…
Second-Level Effect
IndirectCONSEQUENCES and
often unexpected EFFECTS
on organizational
            relations and
communication partners
Social and cultural problems?
T R U S T
“When   pe op l e     make
business CONTACT, even
competitors, they can’t
A NT I CI P A T E
everything, so an element of
T...
“’Traditional   COOPERATION
between    different professionals

had been    reduced’-
in turns   increasing demands
on the...
“Face-to-face          SOCIAL
INTERACTION decreased        but

the technology was   not able to
r e p l a c e h u ma n
c ...
“The degree of   COLLECTIVE
INNOVATION        within the work

communitiesdecrease a n d
workp l ace i n t e r ac t i o n
...
Solutions
ACKNOWLEDGE                 the
need   for social interaction in
w o r k c o m m u n i t i e s

CREATE opportunities for
s...
BE FLEXIBLE        in allowing
construction and reconstruction
of   social structures

SUPPORT human networks
“   REALIZE      that even though   nearly
all   social    interaction          and
C O M M U N I C A T I O N cou l d be
t...
Human-Computer Interaction at Workplaces
Human-Computer Interaction at Workplaces
Human-Computer Interaction at Workplaces
Human-Computer Interaction at Workplaces
Human-Computer Interaction at Workplaces
Human-Computer Interaction at Workplaces
Human-Computer Interaction at Workplaces
Human-Computer Interaction at Workplaces
Human-Computer Interaction at Workplaces
Human-Computer Interaction at Workplaces
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Human-Computer Interaction at Workplaces

  1. 1. Crude and DESIGNED to serve a SINGLE PURPOSE : To prepare text, access stock market data, make mmmm air-travel reservation Keyword: REPETITION
  2. 2. A bit of History
  3. 3. (1936)
  4. 4. ENIAC (1946) Electronic Numerical Integrator And Computer
  5. 5. Back to the future
  6. 6. New era of technology “The world is at your fingertips”
  7. 7. extended by Capabilities DEVELOPMENTS in information processing technology, in communication and by enhancement of the software – a variety of resources and functions become accessible from a single w o r k s t a t i o n
  8. 8. First-Level Effect
  9. 9. The reason WHY these technologies are introduced
  10. 10. Confidence
  11. 11. Independence
  12. 12. Divided times and places? NO PROBLEM
  13. 13. BUT…
  14. 14. Second-Level Effect
  15. 15. IndirectCONSEQUENCES and often unexpected EFFECTS on organizational relations and communication partners
  16. 16. Social and cultural problems?
  17. 17. T R U S T
  18. 18. “When pe op l e make business CONTACT, even competitors, they can’t A NT I CI P A T E everything, so an element of TRUST comes in”
  19. 19. “’Traditional COOPERATION between different professionals had been reduced’- in turns increasing demands on the concent r at i on, thus c r e a t e d stress.”
  20. 20. “Face-to-face SOCIAL INTERACTION decreased but the technology was not able to r e p l a c e h u ma n c o mmu n i c a t i o n ”
  21. 21. “The degree of COLLECTIVE INNOVATION within the work communitiesdecrease a n d workp l ace i n t e r ac t i o n became more functional”
  22. 22. Solutions
  23. 23. ACKNOWLEDGE the need for social interaction in w o r k c o m m u n i t i e s CREATE opportunities for social interaction
  24. 24. BE FLEXIBLE in allowing construction and reconstruction of social structures SUPPORT human networks
  25. 25. “ REALIZE that even though nearly all social interaction and C O M M U N I C A T I O N cou l d be technology mediated, it does not m e a n i t shoul d be ”

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