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Team self-managing behaviors and team effectiveness: The moderating effect of task routineness. Group and Organization Management, 35(6), 751-781.
The internal and external networks of knowledge-intensive teams: The role of task routineness. Journal of Management, 39(2), 442-468.
However, instead of escaping from the digital culture, faced with "Hamlet's dilemma" (a metaphor for the dilemma of digitalized routineness), one might consider a counter-proposal: When (or, better, before) we notice that, despite the convenience it offers, technology begins to deprive us of personal uniqueness by reducing us to numbers, then is the moment to resist.
And I don't simply mean the famous observation about the "banality of evil," its routineness and the way what seem to be ordinary people come to be complicit in incomprehensibly evil actions.
Deeming white abuse a regressive aberration troubled the routineness of gendered anti-black sexual violence (Sommerville, 2004).
Forces across South Vietnam where body counts and massive airstrikes spurred the "routineness of American atrocities" (59).
This may be due to the routineness and apparent harmlessness of the effects as observed casually and also a lack of monitoring tools and procedures.
Job complexity was assessed using three items from the Job Diagnostic Survey (JDS), as suggested by its creators, Hackman and Oldham (1980), to measure the degree of complexity of a particular job and the skill level needed to carry it out, as well as its simplicity, repetitiveness, and routineness. Participants' age and length of service were used as control variables because they generally affect one's organizational commitment (Han & Froese, 2010).
(2011) similarly categorize services according to their degree of interactiveness, routineness, and complexity and prove that more routine, less complex and less interactive services tend to be offshored more regularly.
Too often the challenges, and even routineness of life, can cause those dreams to fade away However, some people are able to retain that ability to dream and often they go on to change the world.
Personnel red tape and technology routineness are related to notably lower job involvement.