• KSII Transactions on Internet and Information Systems
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Exploring Working Group’s Psychological Subjectivity on Public Smart Work Services in a Cloud-based Social Networking


Abstract

Recently, the COVID 19 pandemic has affected on our daily lives and society in many ways. Specifically, it has brought rapid changes in the working environment from office working to smart telecommuting. In addition, cloud computing technology and services not only provided ubiquitous access, but also led to a sharing of information, internal–external communication channels, telework, and innovative smart work for the business process. As a result, smart work services based on social cloud networking have spread to the public sector. However, existing academic research examining smart work merely remains to focus on the theoretical conceptualization or to deal with merely several examples of private views. Best practices of smart work services based on cloud computing technology in the public field rarely exists. Moreover, many studies have been differently measured the values of smart work for private and public sectors depending on organizational singularities. Therefore, the study aims to define new theoretical implications and to explore future business strategies and policy directions based on a technical working group’s personal psychological subjectivity. The research applied Q methodology, and selected five public organizations in Korea, that they have adopted or currently plan to adopt some part of smart work services.


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[IEEE Style]
K. Y. Kim and I. K. Song, "Exploring Working Group’s Psychological Subjectivity on Public Smart Work Services in a Cloud-based Social Networking," KSII Transactions on Internet and Information Systems, vol. 14, no. 12, pp. 4748-4762, 2020. DOI: 10.3837/tiis.2020.12.007.

[ACM Style]
Ki Youn Kim and In Kuk Song. 2020. Exploring Working Group’s Psychological Subjectivity on Public Smart Work Services in a Cloud-based Social Networking. KSII Transactions on Internet and Information Systems, 14, 12, (2020), 4748-4762. DOI: 10.3837/tiis.2020.12.007.