Neformali elektroninė komunikacija organizacijų technologinių išteklių kontekste

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Raišienė, Agota Giedrė; Jonušauskas, Steponas;
  • Journal: Socialinės technologijos [elektroninis išteklius],volume 2,011,issue 1 (2),pages255-266 (issn: 2029-7564)
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  • Subject: Lithuania ; Computer based communication ; Effective communication ; Informal communication ; Technological resources

Purpose of the article is theoretically and practically analyze the features of informal computer based communication in the context of organization's technological resources. Methodology - meta analysis, survey and descriptive analysis. According to scientists, the fun... View more
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