The SeeIT (Social and Economic Explorations of Information Technology) Project is a five-year multidisciplinary, longitudinal study of the effects of information technology on organizational and work practices. The goal of this project is to collect and analyze a comprehensive set of systematic and grounded empirical data about what is really happening as organizations and economies reshape themselves with information technology over time. SeeIT focuses on three specific issues:

  • Changes in business models
  • Changes in organizational design, structure, and performance
  • Changes in organizational practices

The research is funded by the National Science Foundation.

Stephanie Woerner,

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