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How To Use Robot To Improve Efficiency

Author Name: John Lok | Format: Paperback | Genre : Others | Other Details


Introduction
 Robots had been organizational internal one kind of main technological resources to be used. Some manufacturers had chosen robots to replace human workers to do simple or complex tasks in order to raise efficiency. How to use robots to help organizations to raise efficiencies or improve performance.  
 Can only robots to replace all human workers in any factory manufacture team to improve efficiency ? Can half human workers and half robotic cooperations work together to raise productivities? Can robots real be major technological resources to help factories to improve productive efficiency?  In my this book , I shall attempt to explain how and why robotics may become organizational resource to help any organizations to improve efficiency and performance.Readers can have more clear understanding whether robots may be future major organizational resources in order to raise efficiencies.

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John Lok

    I had graduated business Administration Science Degree in Common Wealth Open University. Then, I concentrate on researching whether how economic changing environment can influence our behaviors, e.g. consumer behavior in behavioral economic view.    I had researched different behavioral economic topics included how artificial intelligence influences economic environment changes, how artificial intelligence influences consumer behaviors, how disease influences traveler leisure psychology, how economic changing environment influences public transport passenger choice, how e-commerce market influences consumer behavior etc. different books are published. I hoped my readers can make accurate analysis to learn how and why  the economic changing environment influences consumer behavior in behavioral economic view.

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