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Effects of Technostress in the Role Stress Context on Proximity Managers' Performance

Abstract : Managers are currently facing the challenge of information and communication technology (ICT) diversification from a managerial perspective and because of their role as an intermediary between employees and the organization. The purpose of our research is to examine the specificity of "technostress" experienced by proximity managers (PM). We develop the following research questions: What are the factors that create technostress and role stress among PMs? How do the creators of technostress influence the performance of PMs? The data were collected through questionnaires distributed to the PMs (managers or team managers) of organizations that extensively use ICT to perform their professional tasks. The return rate is almost 40%. We believe that what we consider to be the technostress creator, role stress, and PMs' performance are significantly linked. Therefore, role stress emphasizes that technostress creators negatively influence the performance of PMs when the level of role stress increases.
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Min Feng, Driss Bourazzouq. Effects of Technostress in the Role Stress Context on Proximity Managers' Performance. Journal of organizational and end user computing, Idea Group Pub, 2021. ⟨hal-03233176⟩



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