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Socio-technical theory

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IS articles that use the theory
Griffith, Terri L., Fuller, Mark A., & Northcraft, Gregory B. 1998. Facilitator influence in group support systems: Intended and unintended effects. Information Systems Research, 9(1): 20.
Grover, Varun, & Jeong, Seung R. 1995. [http://inn.colorado.edu/Details/Paper/8639 The implementation of business process reengineering]. Journal of Management Information Systems, 12(1): 109.
Herrmann, Thomas, & Loser, Kai-Uwe. 1999. Vagueness in models of socio-technical systems. Behaviour & Information Technology, 18(5): 313-323.
Ryan, Sherry D., & Harrison, David A. 2000. Considering social subsystem costs and benefits in information technology investment decisions: A view from the field on anticipated payoffs. Journal of Management Information Systems, 16(4): 11.
Ryan, Sherry D., Harrison, David A., & Schkade, Lawrence L. 2002. [http://inn.colorado.edu/Details/Paper/7508 Information-technology investment decisions: When do costs and benefits in the social subsystem matter]? Journal of Management Information Systems, 19(2): 85-127.
Shani, A. B., Grant, Robert M., Krishnan, R., & Thompson, Eric. 1992. Advanced manufacturing systems and organizational choice: Sociotechnical system approach. California management review, 34(4): 91.
Whitworth, Brian, & De Moor, Aldo. 2003. Legitimate by design: Towards trusted socio-technical systems. Behaviour & Information Technology, 22(1): 31.
Zemke, R. 1987. Sociotechnical systems: Bringing people and technology together. Training, 24: 47.  
== Links from this theory to other theories ==
[[General system theory]], [[Actor network theory]], [[Soft systems theory]]
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