Preparing for automation

Phillips Jr., John T.
July 1993
Records Management Quarterly;Jul93, Vol. 27 Issue 3, p48
Academic Journal
Discusses ways on how to ensure the success of automation projects with advanced planning for employee training, ergonomically designed workplaces, and some expectations of organizational change. Technology nightmares; Training and people management; Human factors engineering; Training the organization.


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