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Bibliography and web sites related to Telework

- Books
20 seconds to work. Home-based telework.

L. Forseback

Teldock Report, Stockholm, 1995

Actions for stimulation of transborder telework and research cooperation in Europe

European Commission - DG XIII-B

Office for Official Publications of the European Communities, 1996

Cybercorp, the new business revolution

James Martin,

Amacom, 1997

The Economics of the Information Society

Alain Dumort (European Commission) and John Dryden (OECD)

ISBN 92 827 9523 3, EUR 16676 EN,

price ECU 31.50

Designing groupware

G. Book, D. Marca

Mc Graw-Hill, 1995

European Guide to Teleworking: a framework for action

S. Moorcroft, V. Bennet

European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions

Luxembourg, 1995

Lotus Notes 4 Unleashed

R. Tamura

Sams Publishing, 1996

Telecommuting. A Manager's Guide to Flexible Work Arrangements

J. Kugelmass

Lexington Books, New-York, 1995

Telework explained

G. Gordon, N. Hodson

Wiley, Wiley-BT series, London, 1993

Teleworking: Thirteen Journeys to the Future of Work

Andrew Bibby

Calouste, Gulbenkian Foundation, 1995

The End of the Work

The Decline of the Global Labor Force and the Dawn of the Post-Market Era

Jeremy Rifkin,

Putnam's Sons, New York, 1995,

350 p.

Virtual Leadership

J. Kostner

Warner Books, New-York, 1996

Beyond the Market

Gaudenz Assenza

New Economy Publications

- Web Sites related to Telework, English Language
Alcatel, Telecommuting


David A.H. Ducheyne

Enterprises on Telecommuting

European Telework Online

FIND/SVP's 1995 Telecommuting Fact Sheet

G7, Report on Teleworking

Gil Gordon Associates

Information Society

International Telework Association

JALA International, Jack Nilles

June Langhoff

Management Technology Associates, Horace Mitchell

Multitech, Telecommuting Booklet

Netsurf, Emily Turrettini

Oregon Office of Energy

TCA, Telework, Telecottage and Telecentre Association

Telecommute America

Telecommuting Resources, Cisc

Telecommuting, who, what, where, how?

Telework Europa

US Telecommuting Advisory Council

- French Bibliography

Bibliographie et Adresses sur le Télétravail

- Some brief informations

Telework in Italy,

by Alessandro Minelli

"Two research groups of different universities tried recently, and one is still trying, to study the evolution of telework in two important areas: the north-east and the Lazio (still in progress). The Universities involved are Venezia-Udine and Rome. Some important data emerge from those studies. First of all telework is not greatly present in Italy. Patrizio Di Nicola (researcher in Rome and responsable for the Italian branch of ETD) emphasised that just 5% of the selected firms where experiencing telework. Some 2% more were planningto do it. In 500 firms just 35% knew something about telework. Some 15% of all Lazio firms could be involved in a telework experience. Particular tools, like modems or an internet access, are not enough to create a telework experience. Stefano Micelli (researcher in the University of Udine) tried to focus on the way teleworking tools are influencing managers attitudes in the north-east. The results were not good. Telework diffusion in this zone is not very powerful. Few firms are interested in telework, and fewer can afford, for instance, teleconferencing. Just 30% of firms use normally e-mail systems. Just 4-5% use teleconferencing, but the statistical sample is composed of only 20 firms... The emerging problem is that telework is not widely diffused in these regions. This is due either to lack of interest in reorganizeing the internal and external structure of the firm, or to ignorance, or lack of money. Institutions are static, the EC is the only promoter, but that is not enough."

Alessandro Minelli

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