Technology, Organizations and Innovation: Theories, concepts and paradigms

Technology, Organizations and Innovation: Theories, concepts and paradigms

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Similarly, the unity of thought and action in the manual drawing tasks is a classic example of action, centred skill. while the use of CAD systems involves a more abstract relationship with the task of drawing, which is mediated through the data anbsp;...


Title:Technology, Organizations and Innovation: Theories, concepts and paradigms
Author: Ian McLoughlin, David Preece, Patrick Dawson
Publisher:Taylor & Francis - 2000
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