Dutch Journal of Finance and Management

Review and Analysis of Telework Perspective in the Administrative Systems
Hamed Kord 1, Yousef Noushiravani 2 * , Mohammad Davoud Bahadori 3, Mosayeb Jahantigh 4
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1 Faculty Member, Department of Management, University of Velayat, Iranshahr, IRAN
2 Faculty Member of Zabol University of Medical Sciences, IRAN
3 Faculty Member, Department of Computer, University of Velayat, Iranshahr, IRAN
4 Master of Science in Information Technology Management, University of Sistan and Baluchestan, IRAN
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Dutch Journal of Finance and Management, 2017 - Volume 1 Issue 2, Article No: 44
https://doi.org/10.29333/djfm/5820

Published Online: 30 Jun 2017

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ABSTRACT
Current world is full of change and transformation. In the corporate world, these changes are more intense and intelligent measures to respond to these changes are inevitable. Basis of majority of the organizational change is growth and impressive technology, communications and information technology. In the present era the information technology directly affects all levels of the human individual and social life is broad and deep. One of the areas of change is how people work in organizations. Severe changes in crowd composition of the workforce and the increasing entry of women into organizations that contribute to the balance between work and family life, in addition to damages such as air pollution, high consumption of fuel and energy, traffic etc. led to a growing interest organizations and communities, has been created a phenomenon called of “telework”. In this paper we try to present a theoretical framework, studied the process of expanding, requirements and challenge of teleworking phenomenon and suggestion the executive solutions for its correct application in the organization.
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