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Majchrzak, Collins, P. and Mandeville, D.
A Quantitative Assessment of Changes in Work Activities Resulting from Computer-Assisted Design
Behaviour and Information Technology 1986 v.5 n.3 p.259-271
In an effort to understand how computer-assisted design (CAD) can be optimized in an organizational setting, perceptions and attitudes of CAD users about their jobs and workplace are compared with those of non-users. Results indicate that the implementation of CAD may not result in the expected benefits if CAD is not appropriately managed. Job unpredictability, job autonomy, and job interdependence are three areas in particular needing management attention if CAD benefits are to be achieved.