Zuboff

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Shoshana Zuboff - The Support Economy - Overview
... once confined to the workplace, had overflowed into the marketplace with, according to Zuboff and Maxmin, even more dramatic consequences for the evolution of capitalism ... Zuboff argues that this shift initiates a transformation in the very nature of economic value ... Zuboff argues that the chasm that has come to separate new people and old organizations is filled with frustration, pain, and mistrust, but that it has also laid the foundation for the ...
Shoshana Zuboff - Recent Work
... In addition to her academic work, Zuboff and Maxmin brought their ideas to many commercial and public/private ventures in the US and UK, particularly in social ... Zuboff became a popular business columnist ... From 2003 to 2005, Zuboff shared her ideas in her popular monthly column “Evolving”, in the magazine Fast Company ...
Shoshana Zuboff - In The Age of The Smart Machine - Informating and The Abstraction of Work
... the concept of “Informating”, the process Zuboff described as unique to information technology that translates activities, objects, and events into information ... Zuboff characterizes computer-mediated work as distinguished from earlier generations of mechanization and automation designed to deskill jobs and substitute for human labor, because information technology ... Zuboff referred to this unique capacity as “informating.” As a result of the informating process, work processes become more abstract ...
Shoshana Zuboff
... Shoshana Zuboff is the Charles Edward Wilson Professor of Business Administration at the Harvard Business School (retired) ... In 2006, strategy+business named Professor Zuboff among the eleven most original business thinkers in the world ... guru…one of the sharpest most unorthodox thinkers today.” Professor Zuboff’s work has been showcased on CNBC, Reuters International, and the Today Show as well as in Fortune ...
Historical Development of Strategic Management - Information- and Technology-driven Strategy
... the sociological consequences of information technology, while Gloria Schuck and Shoshana Zuboff looked at psychological factors ... Zuboff distinguished between “automating technologies” and “infomating technologies” ... Zuboff also detected a new basis for managerial authority, based on knowledge (also predicted by Drucker) which she called “participative management” ...

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