The sociotechnical politics of focused factories: Establishing a cross functional project team
This extract of a larger case study is written to provide real and relevant information to stimulate discussion on the importance of deliberately and vigorously managing the politics associated with the various aspects of Sociotechnical projects. It offers a reflective insight into one company's change initiative with a particular focus on the political issues associated with establishing a cross functional management project team to manage the design and implementation of an Sociotechnical change program.
Sense, A. J. (1998). The sociotechnical politics of focused factories: Establishing a cross functional project team. Manufacturing and hybrid automation II (pp. 383-386).