Computers, People, and Productivity
Routledge – 1985 – 183 pages
With a focus on enhancing worker productivity in all major employment settings, experts discuss innovative methods of implementing computer technology in business with consideration given to the psychological effects of computerization on employees. This provocative book addresses the most critical obstacles that businesses face from employees when computers are integrated into the workplace, including fear, lack of acceptance, and lack of motivation.
Contents Introduction: Productivity on a Chip?