Technostress and Its Management Techniques: A Literature.
TechnoStress: Its causes, consequences and Corporate Governance Implications This is a project that I and some of my students worked on between 2010 and 2014, as a result of an MSc student, Conrad Aquilina who did his dissertation project on the topic.
Such a limited definition of technostress misses all the many, many social and environmental factors behind it.. Technostress is a problem. The problem is real. But it is not a problem that lies exclusively within the afflicted individual, and it's not an attitude problem (or at least not primarily so). In my view, the problem lies with the.
With the proliferation and ubiquity of information and communication technologies (ICTs), it is becoming imperative for individuals to constantly engage with these technologies in order to get work accomplished. Academic literature, popular press, and anecdotal evidence suggest that ICTs are responsible for increased stress levels in individuals (known as technostress).
The objective of this paper was to understand the negative effects of “technostress” and secondly to identify mechanisms that can lessen these effects. The authors’ research supported previous studies that “technostress” is a result of application multitasking, constant connectivity and information overload.
We define technostress as a negative psychological response to the use (and abuse) of technologies, as well as the harmful effects of the implementation of technologies within the workplace.
Brod definition of Technostress. A modern disease of adaptation caused by an inability to cope with new computer technologies in a healthy manner. Weil and Rosen definition of Technostress. Any negative impact on attitudes, thoughts, behaviors, or body physiology caused directly or indirectly by technology.
Technostress is a relatively understudied topic (Brooks and Califf 2017; Tarafdar et al. 2010). Extant research on technostress has been mostly done in industry and government sectors (e.g.