The Practical Paradox of Technology: How it Can Lead to Employee Burnout

Author(s), Title and Publication Ter Hoeven, C. L., van Zoonen, W., & Fonner, K. L. (2016). The practical paradox of technology: The influence of communication technology use on employee burnout and engagement. Communication Monographs, DOI: 10.1080/03637751.2015.1133920. Summary Technological advancements in the workplace frequently have produced contradictory effects by facilitating accessibility and efficiency while increasing interruptions […]

Bringing Technological Frames to Work: How Previous Experience with Social Media Shapes the Technology’s Meaning in an Organization

Authors, Title and Publication Treem, J. W., Dailey, S. L., Pierce, C. S., & Leonardi, P. M. (2015). Bringing technological frames to work: How previous experience with social media shapes the technology’s meaning in an organization. Journal of Communication, 65(2), 396-422. This study examines the expectations that workers have regarding enterprise social media (ESM). ESM is increasingly […]

The Internal Communication Role of the Chief Executive Officer: Communication Channels, Styles, and Effectiveness.

Authors, Title and Publication Men, L. R. (2015). The Internal Communication Role of the Chief Executive Officer: Communication Channels, Styles, and Effectiveness. Public Relations Review, 41, 461-471. This article reports a study that primarily investigated the role of CEOs in organizational internal communication. Executive leaders, particularly CEOs, play a unique organizational role. As the top […]

Four Ways Smartphones Influence Social Norms and Employee Engagement

Authors, Title and Publication Derks, D., Duin, D., Tims, M., & Bakker, A. B. (2015). Smartphone use and work–home interference: The moderating role of social norms and employee work engagement. Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology, 88, 155–177. This article aims to shed light on the relationship between daily smartphone use and daily work–home interference […]