Un modelo de adopción de innovaciones: el caso del teletrabajo

Manuela Pérez Pérez, Ángel Martínez Sánchez, Pilar de Luis Carnicer, María José Vela Jiménez

Resumen


Este trabajo presenta un modelo de adopción del teletrabajo empezando por una revisión de la literatura sobre los factores influyentes en esta innovación organizativa y según los principios del modelo de aceptación de la tecnología. El modelo se centra en la comparación de la dotación de recursos y de la organización interna que tienen las empresas adoptantes del teletrabajo respecto a las no adoptantes.


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Teletrabajo. Tecnologías de la Información y las Comunicaciones. Organización de la empresa.

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