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Analysis of the relationship between task interdependence and the use of smart mobile office systems in Korea

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Frame of Image how increasing interest in the use of mobile office systems and their effects. This paper aims to analyze the relationship between the three types of task interdependence (intraorganizational interdependence, inter-organizational interdependence, and businessto-business interdependence) and the use of mobile office systems. The result will help companies to design an effective program on the use of mobile office systems. The empirical analysis validated some of the impact of task interdependence on the use of mobile office systems. Keywords: mobile office system, task interdependence
1. Introduction
The smart phone-based mobile office market has recently grown fast in Korea as the introduction of mobile office systems by leading companies has become an important trend. In 2013, the total number of companies using mobile devices for business purposes was estimated to be 49.4% (1.778 million) out of the total (3.6 million) companies in Korea. The use of mobile office systems is considered to play a critical contribution in improving corporate efficiency (Na, Lee and Ji, 2010). Specifically, the introduction of mobile office system(MOS) is considered to enable activity-centric and user-centric task processing as corporate data can be used anytime anywhere to improve productivity through improved communication and collaboration among employees (Basole, 2007). Data shows that among activities associated with employees’ use of mobile services, “search and collect information about


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Title Analysis of the relationship between task interdependence and the use of smart mobile office systems in Korea
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Material Type Articles
Author(English)

Cho, Namjae; Xin, Zheng

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[Jincheon]:Korea Information Society Development Institute

Date 2015
Journal Title; Vol./Issue Asian Journal of Information and Communications:Vol. 7(No. 2)
Pages 10
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
File Type Documents
Original Format pdf
Subject Industry and Technology < IT
Social Development < Employment
Holding Korea Information Society Development Institute

Abstract

Mobile office systems working on top of modern smart phones provide a flexible and convenient environment for communication and information sharing both within and across the boundary of an organization. Researchers and managers in Korea show increasing interest in the use of mobile office systems and their effects. This paper aims to analyze the relationship between the three types of task interdependence (intraorganizational interdependence, inter-organizational interdependence, and business to-business interdependence) and the use of mobile office systems. The result will help companies to design an effective program on the use of mobile office systems. The empirical analysis validated some of the impact of task interdependence on the use of mobile office systems.