1987-04-07

Management Issues in Implementing Computerized Technology 870938

Successful implementation of computerized manufacturing technology is fraught with difficulties that stretch the resources of adopting firms and equipment vendors alike. Major commitments to training, organizational redesign, and socio-technical considerations are needed. Moreover, these problems are exacerbated with smaller firms. Recent research is reviewed, as well as efforts of third party technical assistance organizations such as ITI and Michigan's Technology Deployment Service.

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