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Diffusion and Adoption of Information Technology
This paper reflects on the introduction of video based communication systems, using empirical studies of two large commercial organisations: a national high street bank and a technical research centre in a multinational manufacturing company. The study suggests that although corporate philosophy and politics can create a drive towards exploring a set of technologies, they can simultaneously encourage a way of organising and managing work that conflicts with that particular implementation. Thedoi:10.1007/978-0-387-34982-4_5 fatcat:rb4oumw635c2nlponmrerlipea