Representing Organization: Knowledge, Management, and the Information Age By Simon Lilley, Geoffrey Lightfoot, Paulo Amaral
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA 2004 | 224 Pages | ISBN: 0198775415 | PDF | 1.3 MB
An accessible theoretical analysis of the organizational impact of information technologies. This book examines the many ways in which actors, organizations and technologies are represented through these technologies thus bridging the gap between the abstractions of current theories of organization and the somewhat excessively grounded material on information systems.
SynopsisLilley (information and organization, University of Leicester, UK) offers an accessible theoretical analysis of the organizational impact of information technologies, employing the theoretical lenses of systems theory, social constructivism, and post-structuralism to examine the ways in which actors, organizations, and environments are represented through these technologies. Chapter summaries and discussion questions are included. The book will support information and technology courses at the advanced undergraduate and postgraduate levels, and will also be of interest to academics in the fields of management, information technology, sociology, and cultural studies.
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