Socio-Technical Systems Theory - Explained
What is Socio-Technical Needs Theory?
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Table of ContentsWhat is Socio-Technical Systems Theory? Where did Socio-Technical Systems Theory Originate?
What is Socio-Technical Systems Theory?
Failing to consider both social and technological aspects hinders the ability to effectuate change within the organization. Understanding and improvement requires the input of all key stakeholders throughout the system.
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Where did Socio-Technical Systems Theory Originate?
The socio-technical perspective originates from pioneering work at the Tavistock Institute and has been continued on a worldwide basis by key figures such as Harold Leavitt, Albert Cherns, Ken Eason, Enid Mumford and many others.