Does Technostress Impede or Advance Employee Innovation? Associate Professor Shalini Chandra Writes

In today’s rapidly-changing world, employees need to constantly adapt to new technological applications, functionalities, workflows and skills, which can result in technostress. Do new information and communication technologies enhance or inhibit employee motivation? Do technostress creators influence employee outcomes differently? Dr Shalini Chandra, Associate Professor of Information Technology, SP Jain School of Global Management, delves deeper into the concept of technostress in an article for the online edition of the APAC CIO Outlook magazine.

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APAC CIO Outlook magazine is an enterprise business technology print magazine that brings the best-in-class technology innovations and tends to its 60,000 qualified subscribers across the Asia Pacific region. It is an apex platform for CIOs, CTOs and other senior-level IT decision-makers to share their experience, wisdom and advice. It also serves as a resource for industry decision-makers to learn about the new technology trends in the global marketplace through their ‘learn-from-peers’ approach.

 

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