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Associate Professor, Management Science and Engineering at Stanford University
Research Interests: the effects of technology on groups and team, the effect of geographic distribution on work teams, cognitive and motivational inhibitors to using and sharing expertise, and the effects of autonomous mobile robots in the work environment, including workers' responses

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Considering a Ph.D. Program in Work, Technology&Organization? (2014/8/26 23:08)
The Center for Work, Technology & Organization at Stanford University, located in the heart of Silicon Valley, is dedicated to the study of work and its interplay with organizations and technologies. Ph.D. students pursue independent, field-based research in organizational studies, drawing on resources and expertise from academic units across campus (e.g., Business, Education, Psychology, Sociology, Computer Science, and Computational Social Science). ? Meet our faculty ? See where our graduates are ? Learn more about our students ? Read about the experiences of WTO?s alumni Fall 2015 application materials will be available in Sept 2014. A pdf version of this announcement is online here .
Considering a Ph.D. Program in Work, Technology&Organization? (2014/8/26 23:08)
The Center for Work, Technology & Organization at Stanford University, located in the heart of Silicon Valley, is dedicated to the study of work and its interplay with organizations and technolog ...

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