Technical Communicators as Managers in the Informated Workplace
Advances in technology have caused great change in the workplace, including changes in the relationships among managers and employees. Workers and managers alike require education and training to work effectively in the new "informated" environment, an environment in which computers can be used not only to automate work processes, but also to provide vast quantities of information about processes, products, and people.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 1996-02-01
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