A pilot study of homeworking: WorkHouse

Phillip Scown, Roderick Adams, Sally Stone

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Abstract

Workhouse aims to improve technology-based homeworking, through an understanding of working patterns, interactions with architecture and furniture. A log record participants working environments, their hours of work, and their posture. The 10 participants revealed a range of working patterns (6:30 to midnight); choice of rooms, even with a dedicated study available. There are some issues to be resolved with the logs: recording of working hours, posture, and the need to make further decisions about the data required.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings of UKAIS 2017 22nd Annual Conference
PublisherUK Academy for Information Systems
Publication statusPublished - 7 Jul 2017
Event22nd Annual Conference of the UK Academy for Information Systems (UKAIS 2017) - Oxford
Duration: 4 Apr 2017 → …
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Conference

Conference22nd Annual Conference of the UK Academy for Information Systems (UKAIS 2017)
Period4/04/17 → …
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