E-book devices and m-commerce : what might be the impact on organizational learning?
Ratten, Vanessa 2010, E-book devices and m-commerce : what might be the impact on organizational learning?, Development and learning in organizations : an international journal, vol. 24, no. 6, pp. 6-7.
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E-book devices are changing current organizational practices by providing a source of e-learning, in which organizations and their employees can more easily access information about current business developments that impact on their existing practices. E-book devices (also referred to as e-book readers or e-readers) use electronic ink technology to display written words from books, newspapers, magazines and other documentation. They are portable devices that are the size of a paperback book and are a new technology that has only been mass-marketed to the general population in the past year. Most importantly for an organization is that e-books could transform and will certainly influence their current technology practices and how people communicate and perform their job tasks.
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159999 Commerce, Management, Tourism and Services not elsewhere classified
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970115 Expanding Knowledge in Commerce, Management, Tourism and Services
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