Hybrid workspace: re-spatialisations of work, organisation and management
New Technology, Work and Employment, 20, (1), . (doi:10.1111/j.1468-005X.2005.00141.x).
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New information and communication technologies enable the spatial reconfiguration of work opening up possibilities for work to take place across multiple locations. This paper explores the implications of hybrid workspace through a new empirical study. It argues that spatial hybridity changes the nature of work, organisation and management across domestic space, organisational space and in cyberspace.
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