Jul 16, 2017

what you see as the critical elements of both the technical system and the social system, and how they interacted over the course of the implementation

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Socio-Technical Systems

INSTRUCTIONS:

After reading and analyzing the following case in relation to the below readings, write a 4 FULL page paper on the following topic: Not 3 and a one half pages, 4 FULL pages please. Answer & discuss the following questions based on the below readings/cases:;;; 

"Which was more important in shaping the final outcome in Painter`s case study—the organization`s technical system or its social system? What STS principles discussed in Painter’s case can be generalized to any project?"

"Describe what you see as the critical elements of both the technical system and the social system, and how they interacted over the course of the implementation. Identify what you see as the key turning points in the process, and how the resolution reflected the influence and function of each system."

***Points to consider, NO Plagiarism please!!! The Case for this assignment centers on an organization implementing a new computer-based information processing system. Thousands of organizations go through systems implementations throughout the year—you may have been involved in one or more such "technology implementations." Despite this body of experience; the advice of thousands of consultants, researchers, and computer gurus; and the leverage of multibillion-dollar corporations such as Microsoft, Google, and Oracle; a large proportion of these transformations fail to achieve their goals or result in more complications and in some cases result in failed systems. Why is this, and can applying a socio-technical perspective improve the odds of success? Start by familiarizing yourself with the socio-technical idea and vocabulary; good sources include those listed below. Although some references are more than five years old, they include a classical approach to the STS theory.



***USE THESE 4 REFERENCES AND READINGS!!****(Open links.) Also use ONE additional outside/ personal reference. 



1.) Painter, B. (n.d.). Socio-Technical Design of Knowledge Work: A Case Study. Retrieved from http://www.moderntimesworkplace.com/STS_KnowledgeWork.pdf



2.) ComputingCases.org. (2011). Why a Socio-Technical system? Retrieved from http://computingcases.org/general_tools/sia/socio_tech_system.html



3.) Scacchi, W. (n.d.). Institute for Software Research, University of California Irvine. Retrieved from http://www.ics.uci.edu/~wscacchi/Papers/SE-Encyc/Socio-Technical-Design.pdf



4.) Association of Information Systems. (n.d.) Socio-technical theory. Retrieved from http://istheory.byu.edu/wiki/Socio-technical_theory



Please write an A+ paper, Thank you!!!

CONTENT:

Socio-Technical Systems Student Name Instructor Course Date Socio-technical systems (STS) refers to the organizational approach to the inter-relationships between the employees and the technology used in the work environment. Socio-technical systems consider the social dimensions of the employees and the technical aspects of the organization’s processes or even structures. The theory tries to merge these two so as to uncover the best optimizable conditions that can produce the best possible results. In understanding the STS, the organization will be considered as the system. A system is defined as a set of entities and the relationships between these entities; the relationships between the different entities is described by functions (ComputingCases.org, 2011). The system has set boundary limits and conditions. Moreover, the system may be viewed as one whole element (superstructure) and the entities as sub-systems. The entities are arranged in the degree of functionality. In this way, we get the hierarchy of the system. The functionality of the system is based on several principles for the success of the STS. These principles include: The structural aspect determines the functionality of the system. Different structures can produce the same functionality (equifunctionality) One hierarchal level cannot wholly describe a system (excluded reductionism) The system goes beyond the set of el

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