Beyond the borders: the three Ts of contemporary protocols for efficient teleworking

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Neary, Liz and Hingst, Ray. 2014. "Beyond the borders: the three Ts of contemporary protocols for efficient teleworking." Bhuiyan, Md. Mahbubul Hoque (ed.) World Business, Finance and Management Conference (WBFM 2014): Research for Progress. Auckland, New Zealand 08 - 09 Dec 2014 Melbourne, Australia.
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Beyond the borders: the three Ts of contemporary protocols for efficient teleworking

Presentation TypePaper
AuthorsNeary, Liz (Author) and Hingst, Ray (Author)
EditorsBhuiyan, Md. Mahbubul Hoque
Journal or Proceedings TitleProceedings of the World Business, Finance and Management Conference (WBFM 2014)
Number of Pages17
Year2014
Place of PublicationMelbourne, Australia
ISBN9781922069665
Web Address (URL) of Paperhttp://www.wbiworldconpro.com/pages/previous_confo/new-zealand-conference-2014-december
Conference/EventWorld Business, Finance and Management Conference (WBFM 2014): Research for Progress
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World Business, Finance and Management Conference (WBFM 2014): Research for Progress
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World Business, Finance and Management Conference
Event Date
08 to end of 09 Dec 2014
Event Location
Auckland, New Zealand
Abstract

The goal of any team is the work results, not the time spent in an office working. This paper will identify and evaluate the Three Ts, (Task, Teams and Technology) of contemporary protocols to enable the teleworker to work both effectively and participatory at a distance from a central place of work.
The concept of telework is not new; it may have a new name and the definition of telework may have evolved somewhat with the significant growth in information and communications technology (ICT) and mobile devices, but it is not a new phenomenon. However this framework for understanding and operationalising is an advance beyond the simple provision of the tools required; the spotlight needs to shine on the human dimension. What becomes apparent, no matter the name used, is that virtual work in the 21st Century is about people and how they work and interact in a digital world.

Keywordstelemarketing; digital world
ANZSRC Field of Research 2020350604. Marketing communications
350709. Organisation and management theory
470108. Organisational, interpersonal and intercultural communication
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Paper no. 430

Byline AffiliationsInstitute for Agriculture and the Environment
School of Management and Enterprise
Institution of OriginUniversity of Southern Queensland
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