Comportamiento del usuario en Oficinas Inteligentes y Sostenibles (SSO)



Palabras clave:

Oficinas inteligentes y sostenibles, entorno de trabajo, enfoque sociotécnico, motivos, actitudes, cogniciones, comportamientos


Las oficinas inteligentes y sostenibles (SSO) requieren sinergias entre las tecnologías y los comportamientos de los usuarios. El enfoque sociotécnico considera los motivos, las actitudes, las cogniciones y los comportamientos de los usuarios al diseñar entornos de trabajo. Esta nota describirá esos fenómenos en entornos de oficina. También presentará un conjunto de herramientas para evaluar esos fenómenos y proporcionará pautas para mejorarlos.


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Cómo citar

Kozusznik, M. W., Soriano, A., & Peiró, J. M. (2017). Comportamiento del usuario en Oficinas Inteligentes y Sostenibles (SSO). Informes De La Construcción, 69(548), nt005.



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