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    Zinabie Tadesse G.
    ET
    Zinabie Tadesse G.

    e skilled = dummied down impact of information technology has been the replacement of skilled skilled worker & worker workers with machines that can do the job more efficiently. as a result, employees can be deskilled. this means that workers need less training to perform the same job, because a computer can do much of the work for them. an impact of information technology has been the replacement of skilled workers with machines that can do the job more efficiently. as a result, employees can be deskilled. this means that workers need less training to perform the same job, because a computer can do much of the work for them. for example, engineers may spend months learning how to perform complex calculations related to stresses which can be endured by certain materials under specific conditions. many engineers find, however, that software exists which can do all of the calculations needed in a fraction of the time and far more accurately. all they have to do is make a few selections from a menu and type in a few numbers - the machine does the rest. given the capabilities of the engineering software described above, do you think there is there any need for engineers to be trained to do the same job? computers have been used for many years to assist with the automatic trading of shares. the computers are programmed to either buy or sell certain shares, depending on preset parameters. trained stockbrokers are still employed by all stock broking companies to also make decisions on transactions. discussion questions; deskilling of workers 1. why do you think stockbrokers have not been deskilled and have successfully coexisted with computers? 2. how reasonable is it to expect that in the coming years, most people will train as computer technicians instead of in other professions, such as engineering, law or medicine, because computers will be able to do these professional jobs just as well? information technology - issues and effects of changes to information systems arising from deskilling of workers deskilling of workers an impact of information technology has been the replacement of skilled workers with machines that can do the job more efficiently. as a result, employees can be deskilled. this means that workers need less training to perform the same job, because a computer can do much of the work for them. for example, engineers may spend months learning how to perform complex calculations related to stresses which can be endured by certain materials under specific conditions. many engineers find, however, that software exists which can do all of the calculations needed in a fraction of the time and far more accurately. all they have to do is make a few selections from a menu and type in a few numbers - the machine does the rest. given the capabilities of the engineering software described above, do you think there is there any need for engineers to be trained to do the same job? computers have been used for many years to assist with the automatic trading of shares. the computers are programmed to either buy or sell certain shares, depending on preset parameters. trained stockbrokers are still employed by all stock broking companies to also make decisions on transactions. deskilling of workers 1. why do you think stockbrokers have not been deskilled and have successfully coexisted with computers? 2. how reasonable is it to expect that in the coming years, most people will train as computer technicians instead of in other professions, such as engineering, law or medicine, because computers will be able to do these professional jobs just as well? deskilling of workers an impact of information technology has been the replacement of skilled workers with machines that can do the job more efficiently. as a result, employees can be deskilled. this means that workers need less training to perform the same job, because a computer can do much of the work for them. for example, engineers may spend months learning how to perform complex calculations related to stresses which can be endured by certain materials under specific conditions. many engineers find, however, that software exists which can do all of the calculations needed in a fraction of the time and far more accurately. all they have to do is make a few selections from a menu and type in a few numbers - the machine does the rest. given the capabilities of the engineering software described above, do you think there is there any need for engineers to be trained to do the same job? computers have been used for many years to assist with the automatic trading of shares. the computers are programmed to either buy or sell certain shares, depending on preset parameters. trained stockbrokers are still employed by all stock broking companies to also make decisions on transactions. try these discussion/revision questions. information technology - issues and effects of changes to information systems arising from deskilling of workers deskilling of workers an impact of information technology has been the replacement of skilled workers with machines that can do the job more efficiently. as a result, employees can be deskilled. this means that workers need less training to perform the same job, because a computer can do much of the work for them. for example, engineers may spend months learning how to perform complex calculations related to stresses which can be endured by certain materials under specific conditions. many engineers find, however, that software exists which can do all of the calculations needed in a fraction of the time and far more accurately. all they have to do is make a few selections from a menu and type in a few numbers - the machine does the rest. given the capabilities of the engineering software described above, do you think there is there any need for engineers to be trained to do the same job? computers have been used for many years to assist with the automatic trading of shares. the computers are programmed to either buy or sell certain shares, depending on preset parameters. trained stockbrokers are still employed by all stock broking companies to also make decisions on transactions. try these discussion/revision questions. deskilling of workers:- one of the impact of it is:- * replacement of skilled workers. leading to a lesser training requirements to workers for performing the same job. at cc we need to embrace that some functions that have been performed by individuals will become defunct, as the system will do these. however, this needs to be seen as an opportunity for creativity and also a step change. for instance, whereas there is a degree of preciousness around job roles and areas, the systemisation will mean that some aspects will no longer be performed by individuals. what this means is that some of the areas that need developing, the gaps - will be undertaken by people who may need to develop skills and knowledge in new/other areas. this is potentially an exciting time for cc and for employees and in some ways may serve to rejuvenate the organization and its culture.

    Ahmed Sayed A.
    EG
    Ahmed Sayed A.

    e skilled = dummied down impact of information technology has been the replacement of skilled skilled worker & worker workers with machines that can do the job more efficiently. as a result, employees can be deskilled. this means that workers need less training to perform the same job, because a computer can do much of the work for them.

    Khan Agha S.
    AF
    Khan Agha S.

    An impact of information technology has been the replacement of skilled workers with machines that can do the job more efficiently. As a result, employees can be deskilled.

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