Proceedings of Japan Telework Society Conference
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  • Type: Appendix
    2015 Volume 17 Pages App1-
    Published: July 04, 2015
    Released: June 11, 2018
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    Type: Article
    2015 Volume 17 Pages 1-
    Published: July 04, 2015
    Released: June 11, 2018
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  • Type: Appendix
    2015 Volume 17 Pages 2-
    Published: July 04, 2015
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  • Hodaka NAKANISHI
    Type: Article
    2015 Volume 17 Pages 3-8
    Published: July 04, 2015
    Released: June 11, 2018
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    The power saving effects of telework were paid attention to soon after the East Japan Great Earthquake but they are scarcely reported in newspapers recently. Although the power saving in the office with telework is expected in air-conditioning, lightening and electronic appliances, energy use at home may be increased at the same time. In this study, 11 literatures which estimate the energy effects of telework are examined and compared. As for the literatures, the average increase of energy at home is 6.0kWh while the average decrease of energy in the office is 6.4kWh. The difference is not significant statistically and the power saving effects of telework are not clear. It is important to consider the condition of teleworking at home and the effects of the reduction of commuting in order to grasp the energy-saving effects of telework totally.
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  • Makoto SHINNISHI, Kunihiko HIGA, Toshifumi KANAMARU, Shinichi FUKASAWA
    Type: Article
    2015 Volume 17 Pages 9-14
    Published: July 04, 2015
    Released: June 11, 2018
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    This research aims to examine the effect of awareness for creating trust in a virtual team. Writers were recruited via crowdsourcing to writing a report. The recruited crowd-workers were formed into 8 teams of 3-member team. Communications among members were limited to text only groupware. All teams could use an awareness tool through which one can see other member's situation with a web camera image and a short text message. All participated crowd-workers answered the questionnaire about trust after the writing task was completed. The analysis results based on questionnaire and log data are discussed at the end.
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  • Kenji KUMANO, Kunihiko HIGA, Kazushi ISHIGAKI, Jyunichi NAKAGAWA, Hito ...
    Type: Article
    2015 Volume 17 Pages 15-20
    Published: July 04, 2015
    Released: June 11, 2018
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    The demand for home care is expected to increase to 4.5 million people from 3.2 million people in 10 years. It is a precipitous change, and lack of human resources as care workers in terms of both quality and quantity has been a major concern. Nurturing of care workers, inadequate evaluation method, poor employment conditions leading to the high turnover rate have been pointed out as critical issues. This study reports the results of field experiment using a smartphone and cloud systems. The experiment is conducted to examine the following four points: 1) successful accumulation of operation record of care worker without much effort; 2) effect of the operation-record as the attribution of care workers to their motivation; 3) effect to the quality and the efficiency in this field; 4) effect of tele-management in this field.
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  • Tomoyuki IKEDA, Shigeru MATSUMURA
    Type: Article
    2015 Volume 17 Pages 21-24
    Published: July 04, 2015
    Released: June 11, 2018
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    Commercialization willingness of freelancers is growing. However, the number is less. Factor is that horizontal connection is poor. From such things, local freelancers, we have high expectations to the co-working space that had a community function. Therefore, the present study was consideration of utilization promotion in Yamagata Prefecture Murayama region, explore the motivation to continue to use the co-working space.
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  • Shigeru MATSUMURA
    Type: Article
    2015 Volume 17 Pages 25-30
    Published: July 04, 2015
    Released: June 11, 2018
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    For co-working space of the local areas, the demand of users was found to be a mechanism to promote collaboration with other users. For example, installation of the board that the self publicize, it is management that talks with users and connects the work, and connecting people with people. In addition, in rural areas worker freelance less, such as the metropolitan type co-working space of Tokyo, etc. for IT worker can not hold. Not only IT worker, other freelancers also are able to use co-working space. That's important for holding co-working space in rural areas. At the end for co-working space of the local community private car use is a given fact. So there is a need for parking lots.
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  • Wataru MIYATSUJI
    Type: Article
    2015 Volume 17 Pages 31-36
    Published: July 04, 2015
    Released: June 11, 2018
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    The purpose of this paper is to explore the agenda of organizational citizenship behavior in telework. For this purpose, we show definitions and types of telework an area where organizational citizenship behavior occurs. Moreover, we review the previous studies of organizational citizenship behavior. The followings are two suggestions being made from the study. The first suggestion is to conduct research to deepen the relationship between robust theories, organizational citizenship behavior and telework. The second suggestion is to develop original organizational citizen behaviors in telework and it is to conduct research in connection with such prior factors and results revealed in previous studies.
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  • Shinobu SAITO
    Type: Article
    2015 Volume 17 Pages 37-42
    Published: July 04, 2015
    Released: June 11, 2018
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    Responsive Web has begun to be used in a number of homepage that each page has been constructed by both optimized one HTML file in for the desktop and mobile. But in Responsive web of status quo, (1) configuration complexity (requires highly specialized knowledge in order to produce an individual, requires expensive production costs in order to outsourcing), (2) vision readability for mobile is inferior, (3) sharing of mobile and desktop are incomplete, etc. of the problem, "Homepage" for teleworkers of a sole proprietorship is not popular to be an important tool despite Homepage itself for the smart phone in order to notice the ordering and skills of work. this paper proposes a new design of Responsive web that aims to solve above problems.
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  • Hiroyuki SAKURAI
    Type: Article
    2015 Volume 17 Pages 43-46
    Published: July 04, 2015
    Released: June 11, 2018
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    An Ultra- or Meta-Realistic Telework Communication System is one which allows people outside the main office to experience exactly the same emotional environment as those physically present. This system is under development now. In this study, I interviewed students who use Telework Communication Sub-system, using Evaluation Grid Method. This is a method which is based on personal construct theory in mental model approach. They were asked the image and the impression concerning the Telework Communication Sub-system. In this method, it was requested them to evaluate good points and negative points about system with Laddering (Ladder-up and Ladder-down). As a result, it suggested that users find benefit of "pleasure" and "job satisfaction", for example.
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  • Yukiko WAKI
    Type: Article
    2015 Volume 17 Pages 47-51
    Published: July 04, 2015
    Released: June 11, 2018
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    This paper describe possibility of telecommuting from viewpoint of task autonomy. In Japan, many companies face pressures from managing diversity. Although they introduce flexibility of work time like part-time, employee lead to cut in salary. Therefore, not to cut in salary, flexibility of workplace is important point. First, I define "telecommuting" in this paper. Second, I discuss what is autonomy needed telecommuting. Third, I illustrate reasons that the telecommuting is difficult to use two report. Finally, I indicate how decrease the problems which explains at third, and conclude possibility of telecommuting.
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  • [in Japanese]
    Type: Article
    2015 Volume 17 Pages 52-53
    Published: July 04, 2015
    Released: June 11, 2018
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  • Kanako HENMI
    Type: Article
    2015 Volume 17 Pages 54-57
    Published: July 04, 2015
    Released: June 11, 2018
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    In this exploratory study, I analyze the case of one woman entrepreneur. She can harmonize her work with personal life because she works as CEO in her home. I identify the reason why she can do this working style. There are 2 reasons. One reason is that she is an entrepreneur. The other reason is using Telework. Her entrepreneurial activity and Telework are seen as tools for work-life balance in this case. Therefore I suppose it is important to address conflicts between one's work and personal life in order to create new working styles harmonizing a work with life. It is also important to research on one's career and entrepreneurial activity from the perspective of work-life balance.
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  • Mitsuhiko ARAI
    Type: Article
    2015 Volume 17 Pages 58-59
    Published: July 04, 2015
    Released: June 11, 2018
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    Telework, in a " town - people, job creation comprehensive strategy", as to create a flow of new people to the region, to increase the remote work (satellite offices, the promotion of telework), it is presented as the direction of the Regional Development there. From the fact that, the specific feasibility of utilizing the regional characteristics I verified by regional structure analysis. In the study, the setting of the target area, was carried out to grasp the regional structure by classification, it was also incorporated the viewpoint of ensuring and living ease of the field of creation and the mobility of the spatial arrangement and exchange of urban functions and living sites (mobility) Analysis the attempts, will be considered necessary infrastructure to telework.
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  • Hiroaki YAMANE, Tokuo YAMAGUCHI, Masayuki TOKUMITSU, Masato NONAKA
    Type: Article
    2015 Volume 17 Pages 60-63
    Published: July 04, 2015
    Released: June 11, 2018
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    We believe that it is very important for office workers to monitor his/her colleague, such as checking his/her presence before talking to him/her, for the sake of his/her smooth office work. And we also believe that the monitoring is potential needs for the remote workers. In this paper, we describe the result of preliminary experiment to clarify the relationship between office communication and teamwork, using our realistic-telework system supporting to monitor the remote workers.
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  • [in Japanese]
    Type: Article
    2015 Volume 17 Pages 64-67
    Published: July 04, 2015
    Released: June 11, 2018
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  • Yuko SHOZUGAWA
    Type: Article
    2015 Volume 17 Pages 68-
    Published: July 04, 2015
    Released: June 11, 2018
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  • [in Japanese], [in Japanese], [in Japanese], [in Japanese]
    Type: Article
    2015 Volume 17 Pages 69-
    Published: July 04, 2015
    Released: June 11, 2018
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