Work, Technology & Organization - About - resources

The members of the WTO are not the only people who think that the study work, technology and organization is important. Our community is large and ever growing. WTO faculty and students actively participate in the activities of a number of centers and departments on the Stanford campus and are members of a number of professional associations and workshops throughout North America and the world.

At Stanford

Department of Communication

Department of Sociology

Graduate School of Business

Hasso Platner Institute of Design

Human-Computer Interaction Group

Program in Science, Technology and Society

Scandinavian Consortium for Organizational Research (Scancor)

School of Education

Stanford Technology Ventures Program

Professional Associations

Association for Information Systems

Communications and Information Technologies Section (American Sociological Association)

Computer Supported Cooperative Work

IEEE International Conference on Human-Robot Interaction

Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences (INFORMS)

Interdisciplinary Network for Group Researchers

International Conference on Intercultural Collaboration©ownerid=2

Organizational Communication Unit (National Communication Association)

Organizational Communication Division (International Communication Association)

Organizational Communication and Information Systems Division (Academy of Management)

Organizations, Occupations and Work Section (American Sociological Association)

Organization and Management Theory Division (Academy of Management)

Science, Knowledge and Technology Section (American Sociological Association)

Society for Social Studies of Science

Technology and Innovation Management Division (Academy of Management)

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