SMART WORKING: UNA PROSPETTIVA CRITICA
Quaderno del Programma di Ricerca "L'Officina di Organizzazione"
Edited by Massimo Neri
Università di Modena e Reggio Emilia
Smart working is one of the keywords universally used to define the changes resulting from the application of ICT in work organization. Recently introduced in the Italian Labour Law, Smart working (or Agile work) implicates practices across at least 3 dimensions: time (when do people work?), location (where do people work?), role and source (how do people work?). In this publication, which collects the discussion of the TAO Research Programs seminar that took place at the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia in September 2016, scholars from different disciplines reflect critically about two crucial questions: what changes are we observing and which theoretical categories can we use to understand them?
Smart working, Flexibility, Employment relationship, Work-life balance, Organizational action.
Table of contents
Massimo Neri, Leggere criticamente lo Smart working
Riccardo Bonato, Smart working, analisi della Legge 81/2017
Salvatore Zappalà, Smart working e fattori psico-sociali
Teresina Torre, Smart working: oltre l'ineludibile fascino?
Annachiara Scapolan, Lorenzo Mizzau, Fabrizio Montanari, Smart working e relazioni di lavoro
Giancarlo Corsi, Quanto è smart lo Smart working?
Matteo Rinaldini, Smart working: tecnologia e tempo
Marco Zamarian, Smart working o working smart?
Giovanni Masino, Smart working: continuità o trasformazione?
Bruno Maggi, Smart working: le false promesse