“In considering the influence that technology in general or any single
technology has over human affairs, it is … necessary to consider not only the
technology and its presumed “imperatives,” but also the key human agents
of the technology, the organisations in which they operate, and how these
influence the course of technological change” (Rudi, 257).
Select two of the four perspectives and discuss how they provide different insights
into the relations between technology, organisations, management and employees.
subject: organisational theory
2. critical theory
3. symbolic interpretivism