(Solution) Avado 5C001 Scale of Technology within organisations and how it impacts work


Electronic Monitoring Systems- As evidenced in CIPD (2020), as a consequence of the past COVID-19 pandemic prevalence, success in EMS adoption has been core for making sure an entity collects, store and analyse data for their staff.

Robotics- This is evidenced as having a direct impact on level of improvement of human experiences in areas of practice. As evidenced in Vrontis et al. (2022), this has an impact on distinct social systems and improved employees functions.

Internet of Things (IoT)- As explained in CIPD (2020) report, through the application of IoT, there is a possibility of establishing relevant strategies intended to implement on-the-job training and successful evaluation process.

Workers– The positive impact of this include technology harness the possibility of boosting efficiency and easing burden of pursuing tedious and repetitive responsibilities. Further, for the pros, Vrontis et al. (2022) note that this entail a consistent skills and knowledge growth is achieved for maximum gain amongst the staff. The negative impact of this include lacking prioritisation of focus and lowering efficiencies (CIPD, 2021).

Working Practices- For advantages, according to CIPD (2020) report findings, approximately 40% of staff attain a high-level performance in their working practices as a result of being able to integrate technology in 70% of their operations within a timeline of 6 months. For the negative impacts, they include consistent technology implementation. Also, immense time is spent in successful technologies embrace.

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