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Author Coron, Clotilde.
Title Technological Change / Clotilde Coron, Patrick Gibert.
Imprint Newark : John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated, 2020.

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Author Coron, Clotilde.
Series Innovation, entrepreneurship, management series. Technological changes and human resources set ; v. 1.
Innovation, entrepreneurship, management series. Technological changes and human resources set ; v. 1.
Subject Technological innovations.
Alt Name Gibert, Patrick.
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Author Coron, Clotilde.
Series Innovation, entrepreneurship, management series. Technological changes and human resources set ; v. 1.
Innovation, entrepreneurship, management series. Technological changes and human resources set ; v. 1.
Subject Technological innovations.
Alt Name Gibert, Patrick.
Description 1 online resource (259 pages).
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Note Description based upon print version of record.
4.1.2. The technical object and its mediations
Contents Cover -- Half-Title Page -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Contents -- Introduction -- I.1. First definitions -- I.1.1. Technical, technological and technical objects -- I.1.2. How can we address technological change? First elements -- I.2 Technology, a social science -- I.2.1. Three pillars -- I.2.2. Contributions of the human and social sciences (HSS) -- I.3. Structure of the book -- 1. The Human and Social Sciences in the Face of Technological Change -- 1.1. Approaches to technological change -- 1.1.1. Technological determinism -- 1.1.2. Social constructivism
1.1.3. Joint structuring of technical and social aspects -- 1.1.4. Limitation of established distinctions -- 1.2. A brief history of technological change -- 1.2.1. How can we tell the story? -- 1.2.2. At the origins of the Industrial Revolution (from the Middle Ages to the Renaissance) -- 1.2.3. The First Industrial Revolution (end of the 18th Century) -- 1.2.4. The Second Industrial Revolution (late 19th Century to the 1910s) -- 1.2.5. The Computer Revolution (from the late 1960s to the 1990s) -- 1.2.6. The Digital Revolution (early 21st Century) -- 2. Technological Change and Society
2.1. Powers, institutions and technological change -- 2.1.1. Fundamentals of political analysis and technology -- 2.1.2. The role of the State -- 2.1.3. Technological change in the age of globalization -- 2.1.4. The dark side of technology -- 2.2. Ethics in the face of technology -- 2.2.1. Ethical evaluation of technology -- 2.2.2. Three ethical issues under discussion -- 2.3. Technological change and diversity -- 2.3.1. Inclusive technology/exclusive technology -- 2.3.2. Technologies that reflect their designers -- 2.4. Technological change and ecology
2.4.1. Technology, an answer to ecological challenges? -- 2.4.2. Technology as a source of ecological degradation? -- 3. Technological Change and Organization -- 3.1. Omnipresence of the technical object in work activities -- 3.1.1. The R&D function in the lead1 -- 3.1.2. Marketing challenged by digital transformation -- 3.1.3. Factory 4.0 -- 3.1.4. e-HR -- 3.2. The interaction of technological and organizational systems -- 3.2.1. Technological change and organizational structure -- 3.2.2. Technological change, and financial and human resources for innovation
3.3. Technology as a liberator and control agent -- 3.3.1. Prescriptive and assistive technologies -- 3.3.2. Technological ambivalence: the same technology for empowerment and control purposes -- 3.4. Technological change as a social process -- 3.4.1. Changes in the social entity and management methods -- 3.4.2. Support for employees whose activities are threatened by technological change -- 3.4.3. The actors of technological change in organizations -- 4. Technological Change and the Individual -- 4.1. Activity and technical object -- 4.1.1. The technical object in the activity system
ISBN 9781119721147 (electronic bk.)
1119721148 (electronic bk.)
9781119721307 (electronic bk. : oBook)
111972130X (electronic bk. : oBook)
OCLC # 1150175505
Additional Format Print version: Coron, Clotilde Technological Change Newark : John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated,c2020 9781786304377.


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