Human-Computer Interaction: Ergonomics and User Interfaces - Vol. 1

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requirements for interaction) workers should become part of the development process.
Qualification and training for workers are required for the skilled use of ICTs.

Due to the complexity stemming from integrating previously isolated processes and activities workers require thorough knowledge not only about the models represented in the computer systems, but also how to use them via technical interfaces and organizational entry points. For instance, job enlargement due to the reduction of manual work in the field of storage management is reflected through complex human-computer interaction which requires skill management by human resource manager instead of tryand-error-procedures by end users.


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