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  1. Background of the author
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  4. Reasons for theory selection
  5. The extent of a ?Good Theory?
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Karl E. Weick is one of the most influential people when it comes to organizational strategy and information systems. He was born on October 31, 1936 in Warsaw, Ind. and has served as a theorist and information specialist for many years, most recently at the University of Michigan (where he teaches in the Ross School of Business).
In this paper I will be discussing Weick's information system's theory, one of his most well known, but in the past he has contributed many important theories and publications.

[...] The Extent of a ?Good Theory? Is Karl Weick's information systems theory a good theory? According to the secular world, Karl Weick's theory holds up in terms of organizational efficiency. The world is full of bigger businesses and things such as the double-interact comes in use. This is where a person re- affirms a statement, so to speak. For instance, one person says, the files,? a second person says, ?I'll get the files? the first then re- affirms saying, thank you.? The entire information systems theory is very mathematical in its nature but it seems to be an effective measure for usefulness in a larger industry. [...]


[...] Information System's Theory Background of the Author Karl E. Weick is one of the most influential people when it comes to organizational strategy and information systems. He was born on October in Warsaw, Ind. and has served as a theorist and information specialist for many years, most recently at the University of Michigan (where he teaches in the Ross School of Business). In this paper I will be discussing Weick's information system's theory, one of his most well known, but in the past he has contributed many important theories and publications. [...]

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