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Theorizing Technostress in Organizations: A Cybernetic Approach

  title={Theorizing Technostress in Organizations: A Cybernetic Approach},
  author={T. Fischer and R. Riedl},
  • T. Fischer, R. Riedl
  • Published in Wirtschaftsinformatik 2015
  • Computer Science
  • We report the outcome of a research project which has the goal to develop a theoretical framework that makes it possible to gain an advanced un- derstanding of employees' perceptions of technostress in organizations. [...] Key Method Specifically, we merged two major stress models based on cy- bernetics and integrated findings from previous technostress research into this unified framework. This new framework aims to advance the understanding of technostress in organizations.Expand Abstract
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