Implementation of New Technology

Implementation of New Technology

In the Blacksmith & Poeppelman-Aptima (2013) article, multiple aspects of the changing workplace are addressed, from social media, virtual workplaces, assessment and selection, mobile devices, and sharing lessons.
For this discussion, you will chose one of these topics and do additional outside research. Using the Sheets & Belwalkar (2017) reading as a framework in terms of the role of technology and KSAs, discuss how you might make recommendations to a company in your chosen topic area. Based on your research, what changes do they need to make, what KSAs should they consider, and what steps would you include in their implementation plan?
NOTE: MY CHOSEN TOPIC AREA:
“Workplace Diversity and Employee Engagement”

Readings
• Blacksmith, N. & Poeppelman-Aptima, T. (2013). Application of Modern Technology and Social Media in the Workplace. The Industrial Organizational Psychologist, (51)1, 69–73.
• Brahm, T., & Kunze, F. (2012). The role of trust climate in virtual teams. Journal of Managerial Psychology, 27(6), 595–614.
• Chamorro-Premuzic, T., Winsborough, D., Sherman, R. A., & Hogan, R. (2016). New talent signals: Shiny new objects or a brave new world? Industrial and Organizational Psychology, 9(3), 621–640.
• Hill, N. S., Kang, J. H., & Seo, M-G. (2014). The interactive effect of leader-member exchange and electronic communication on employee psychological empowerment and work outcomes. The Leadership Quarterly, 25(4), 772–783.
• Hoch, J. E., & Kozlowski, S. W. J. (2014). Leading virtual teams: Hierarchical leadership, structural supports, and shared team leadership. Journal of Applied Psychology, 99(3), 390–403.
• Purvanova, R. K. (2014). Face-to-face versus virtual teams: What have we really learned? The Psychologist-Manager Journal, 17(1), 2–29.
• Suh, A., Shin, K-S., Ahuja, M., & Kim, M-S. (2011). The Influence of virtuality on social networks within and across work groups: A multilevel approach. Journal of Management Information Systems, 28(1), 351–386.
• Stone, D. L., Deadrick, D. L., Lukaszewski, K. M., & Johnson, R. (2015). The influence of technology on the future of human resource management. Human Resource Management Review, 25(2), 216–231.
• Tuzinski, K., & Kantrowitz, T. (2016). Meet You at the Peak: How I-Os Should Prepare for New Technologies. Industrial & Organizational Psychology, 9(3), 655–660.
• Sheets, T. L., & Belwalkar, B. B. (2017). ATTN: Technology training is the need of the hour. The Industrial Organizational Psychologist. (54) 86–92.
• Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Inc. (2016). Guidelines for education and training in industrial-organizational psychology. Bowling Green, OH: Author.
• Turel, O., & Connelly, C. E. (2012). Team spirit: The influence of psychological collectivism on the usage of e-collaboration tools. Group Decision and Negotiation, 21(5), 703–725.
• Barnwell, D., Nedrick, S., Rudolph, E., Sesay, M., & Wellen, W. (2014). Leadership of international and virtual project teams. International Journal of Global Business, 7(2), 1–8.
• Lund, S., Manyika, J., & Ramaswamy, S. (2012). Preparing for a new era of knowledge work. Mckinsey Quarterly, (4), 103–110.
• Macduffie, J. P. (2007). HRM and distributed work: Managing people across distances. Academy of Management Annals, 1(1), 549–615.