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Faculty perception on digital transformation in education sector during pandamic

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P. Sujendra Swami ,
P. Sujendra Swami

Associate Professor, Department of Management, Wesley PG College, Secunderabad, India

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T. Hareesh Kumar ,
T. Hareesh Kumar

Assistant Professor, School of Management, Central University of Punjab, Bhatinda, India

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Y. Jahangir ,
Y. Jahangir

Associate Professor, Department of Management, Wesley PG College, Secunderabad, India

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Abstract

The Corona learnt a lot of lessons to humans and also introduced sophisticated digital world to complete all the duties digitally. Employees are integral to the process of digital transformation, which is a great asset for established organizations. This research advances our knowledge of how workers in the education industry interpret the digital transition. The complexity of organizational change the primary focus of this research is digital transformation. Despite their broad support for digital transformation, teachers' perspectives vary over time about a variety of particular problems encountered along the employee change journey, according to the research. Adopting a social exchange lens in digital transformation knowledge is crucial because it represents a significant structural shift that might lead to the failure of well-designed transformation processes. This is where the stress, human values, and technological values come in. Sharing and departmental cooperation are implications for the education and service sectors. Common emotional responses to change are fear, uncertainty, and worry. Teachers might not be able to articulate how they are feelings or they may not want to say it to leadership. Over the last 200 years, the workplace has changed constantly due to new technology and more globalisation. Additionally, since analytical and creative tasks are becoming more and more important, flexibility is required. Productivity in these professions is supported by the availability of quiet places and adaptable spatial designs given that workers in these positions often need quiet and concentration.

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Sujendra Swami P, Hareesh Kumar T, Jahangir Y. Faculty perception on digital transformation in education sector during pandamic. Salud, Ciencia y Tecnología - Serie de Conferencias [Internet]. 2024 Jun. 12 [cited 2024 Jul. 19];3:884. Available from: https://conferencias.saludcyt.ar/index.php/sctconf/article/view/884

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