IC5e 2015

International Conference on eBusiness, eCommerce, eManagement, eLearning and eGovernance 2015

 


IC5e 2015 Kokula Krishna Hari K
Publication Meta Value
Short Title IC5e 2015
Publisher ASDF, India
ISBN 13 978-81-929742-8-6
ISBN 10 81-929742-8-6
Language English
Type Hard Bound - Printed Book
Copyrights IC5e Organizers / DCRC, London, UK
Editor-in-Chief Kokula Krishna Hari K
Conference Dates 24 - 25, July 2015
Venue Country London, United Kingdom
Submitted Papers 417
Acceptance Rate 4.31%
Website www.ic5e.org

Paper 002


Information Technologies and its Impact on the Organisational Structure

Information Technologies and its Impact on the Organisational Structure

Adnan Celik1, Faruk Kalay2

1Selcuk University, Turkey
2Van Y.Y. University, Turkey

Abstract

Neither Information technologies determine organisational structure merely, nor does organisational structure. There is a mutual interaction between there variables. Using information technologies is a must for the organisations in this century. However how information technologies evolved over the time brings a question of what effect can technology bring towards organisations and their structure. This study discusses the conceptual issues that raise the importance of technological tools, views and ways that followed by organisations and changed over the time. It also examines technological, organisational and interactive ties that connect organisational structure and the information technology. It concludes that information technologies have an impact on the organisational structure via centralisation and decentralisation, authority and control, space of control, change in organisational level, departmental structure, decision making process, communication, and organising the work.

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Cite this Article as Follows

Adnan Celik, Faruk Kalay. “Information Technologies and its Impact on the Organisational Structure.” International Conference on eBusiness, eCommerce, eManagement, eLearning and eGovernance (2015): 20-25. Print.