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Roy R. Consulta

Roy R. Consulta

De La Salle University, Philippines

Title: Determinants of Mobile Technology in the Productive Telecommuting

Biography

Roy R. Consulta is currently a student of De La Salle University under Doctorate in Information Technology (DIT) program. He is a recipient of Human Resource Development Program (HRDP) scholarship program of the Department of Science and Technology (DOST) in the Philippines. He was conferred Masters in Engineering with the specialization in Technology Management, Economics and Policy Program (TEMEP) at Seoul National University in 2007. He was a recipient of International IT Policy Program (ITPP) of the government of South Korea. His undergraduate course is Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering at Adamson University in Manila, Philippines. He is an Information and Communications Technology (ICT) Officer at Information and Communications Technology Office (ICT Office) of the Department of Science and Technology (DOST). He has published more than 5 research papers in reputed journals (i.e. Elseviers, etc.) related to mobile technology and ICT.

Abstract

This theory paper examines the baseball field theory in Telecommuting discipline in an archipelagic environment with respect to Virtual Organization and Management perspective in delivering work productivity in a diffused(ing) manner. With the realm of triangulation, this paper will showcase the mobile technology platform and devices in putting-up the trends in ubiquitous situation utilizing the Telecommuting idea. Finding the right threshold (Ledoux & Ohori, 2011), known to be tasks and responsibilities of every participants (employees and the like) in the delivery of its services and productivities are the goals and objectives of this literature. This paper is intended to study and recommend the telecommuting policies that can govern in using the method of the triangulation pattern and computations through the baseball field (diamond) theory. This paper can also generate topographical patterns (Pogo, 1935) and locations of the participants and employees that are in practice of telecommuting using the triangulation process. This paper hypothesized that in this study government adoption (even with the private sector or entity) of the virtual organization through telecommuting would depend on its primary constrains of the government in addressing the commuters welfare including family values, environmental concerns (such as air pollution), and traffic congestions. This paper also hypothesized that adoption of telecommuting would depend with the agency or organization constraints (regardless of its size), its workforce. In addition, through triangulation on the basis of a baseball field (diamond shape), government top-level management can implement policies in adopting telecommuting discipline, using the location-based scheme to telecommute.