Academic journal article Management Revue

Introduction: Digital Working Life Continuation

Academic journal article Management Revue

Introduction: Digital Working Life Continuation

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This issue continues the major topic 'Digital Working Life' started with management revue - Socio-Economic Studies, 28(3). The question, how the digital transformation affects organizations, opens the discussion. Tanja Schwarzmüller, Prisca Brosi, Denis Duman and Isabell Melanie Welpe provide a state of art overview on changes in work design and leadership based on an online survey with experts in the field of digitalization. Summarizing the key themes of change the authors identify two dimensions on the macro level - the structure of work and the relationshiporiented leadership - that provide a good starting point for future research as well as for organizational design and management in the digital age.

Current changes of working life based on new digital technologies should be carefully explored for contingencies on the macro level of the industry as well as on the micro level of the workplace. Christian Huber and Christian Gärtner study the changes for the work of healthcare professionals in the dimensions of autonomy, control and accountability for the organization and the individuals. …

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