Impact Of Information Technology On International Management

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The advancement of technology has been the substantial initiative, which directly influenced organizations during the past few decades, making information technology an influential potency of the present global environment. This technology is now not only limited to computer knowledge; data storage, report printing and manipulating, but it is diversified to the collection of information, communication, categorization, recording, training and development, and consequently resulting in effective and intelligent decision-making. According to Greaves (2005) the impacts of technology have been transforming all the operations and process. The technological revolution has given mankind the aptitude to utilize information, to communicate it at very…show more content…
Most of the businesses cannot even function without the utilization of technology, as all the job tasks are automated and maintained through information systems. This impact is seen in all areas of business, including human resources. The developing countries are increasingly working in developing information technology, in order to solve their progressive difficulties and accomplishing goals (Odedra and Kluzer, 1988). In present time, information Technology has also created a thoughtful dilemma for international management. These technological innovations resulted very effective in changing the competitive advantage for any organization. These are one of the wide impacts of technology on the international management, that managers have to design and accomplish the strategy using the means and ways of technology. It is observed that the technology plays the vital role and therefore significantly impact the productivity of the organization. Moreover, in pursuit of increasing efficiency and effectiveness, the companies are making heavy investment in informational technology (Winter and Tylor, 1998) and it is helping in increasing the productivity (Loveman, 1994; Mitra & Brendt 1990; Dasgupta et. Al…show more content…
In this regard training has played the discrete role in the accomplishment of organizational goals by integrating the welfares of organization and the workforce, backed by the technological accomplishment (Stone R J. Human Resource Management, 2002). At the present time, training is the most imperative factor in the business world because training intensify the efficiency and the effectiveness of both employees and the organization. The employee performance is not influenced by one factor, but among various factors the training is the most important factor of employee performance is. The training of the employee; using the information technology, is always important to enhance the competencies and skills of the employees, so that they can cope with the emerging challenges of the business environment. Those employees who have greater job experience have better performance, due to the reason that they have increased skills & competencies because of greater on the job experience (Fakhar Ul Afaq, Anwar
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