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The notion of socio-technical systems (STSs) refers to the necessity of taking both social factors and technological factors into consideration in designing and implementing humane work organizations. This approach to systems design grew from European concerns about scientific management after World War II and spread widely around the world in the 1980s with joint management and ...

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