Technology, Organizations and Innovation: Theories, concepts and paradigms

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Ian McLoughlin, David Preece, Patrick Dawson
Taylor & Francis, 2000 - Business & Economics - 2024 pages
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Contents

THEORIES CONCEPTS AND PARADIGMS
vii
Managerial strategies new technology and the labour
453
Politics and technology R J Thomas
487
Do artifacts have politics? L Winner
531
The social shaping of technology R Williams
545
Feminist critiques of science and technology J Wajcman
600
New technology work tasks and skills McLoughlin
626
The limits of hierarchy in an informated organization
655
rethinking the concept
749
sensemaking in new technologies
789
Forms of automationintersphere automation the factory
820
Building a model of the phases of computerization growth
849
Structural crises of adjustment business cycles and investment
871
Configurations and standardization Fleck
902
Mass production as destiny and blind decision M J Piore
925
The new production systems debate R Badham
957

Opening Pandoras black box B Latour
679
or how
698
Whats social about being shot? K Grint and S Woolgar
718
miracle or myth? R Hyman
1014
A new paradigm of work organization and technology?
1027
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Dawson is a fourth-generation Montanan who has written and reported on the state's land and people for several publications.