Analyzing social systems: the socio-technical approach
Albert Cherns, Gerald J. Wacker, University of California, Los Angeles. Center for Quality of Working Life
Center for Quality of Working Life, Institute of Industrial Relations, University of California - Science - 19 pages
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adaptation subsystem ANALYZING SOCIAL SYSTEMS aost aspects assess Autonomy boss bureaucracy category by age CATHERWOOD LIBRARY CENTER FOR QUALITY characteristics Cherns conflict Cornell University culture deal with variances Degree of group's department by grade depts specify discipline originates employee Enid environment environmentally-originated formal four subsystems goal attainment subsystem grade by category group's influence Gulowsen l972 Hedberg and Mumford important Mo Indicators of Social initiator's job INSERT FIGURE institutions instrument integration subsystem job or function Job satisfaction labor narket latency or pattern latency subsystem Lorsch management doctrine mechanisms Mental Maps methods needs or tasks organization chart organization's organizing paradigm paper Parsonian model Parsons Pattern Maintenance Subsystem planning departments problem Relations relationship responsibility social environment social system analysis social system functioning SOCIOTECHNICAL APPROACH sociotechnical school Sources of Data sponsibility for deci structure supervision tardiness Task-based interaction technical system tivators turnover unit operations analysis vidual or group workers