This volume offers an exploration of successful organizational change through the use of a purposeful, product-oriented vision shared by all members.
It stresses the four pillars of sociotechnical methodology systems, power, product, and purpose.
For business managers, sociologists, and psychologists.
|Series:||Human Resource Development Series|
|Edition description:||New Edition|
|Product dimensions:||5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.50(d)|
Table of Contents
1. What Is Sociotechnical Systems (STS)?
2. How Did We Get Here? Twenty-Five Years of Sociotechnical Systems in North America.
3. Designing for Purpose: Understanding the Business We're In.
4. Designing for Product/Service: Understanding How to Make "IT" Happen.
5. Designing for Control: Understanding Success and How "IT" Is Unique.
6. Designing for Flexibility: Understanding How It's Up to Us.
7. Designing for Individual Satisfaction: Understanding the Quality of Working Life.
8. Designing for Whole Systems Capability: Understanding How It All Fits Together.
9. Designing for Design Success: Understanding How to Make It Succeed.
10. Redesigning for Renewal: Understanding for Adaptability.
11. Knowledge work and the Future of STS: Living with Paradox.