A new theoretical framework for artifact-mediated regulation
de Vaujany, François-Xavier; Fomin, Vladislav (2007), A new theoretical framework for artifact-mediated regulation, ICIS 2007 Proceedings, Association for Information Systems, p. Paper 128
TypeCommunication / Conférence
Conference title28th International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS)
Book titleICIS 2007 Proceedings
Association for Information Systems
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Abstract (EN)In this paper, we attempt to integrate the traditionally disparate concepts of technology design, use and organizational practice in organizational studies. Using Jean-Daniel Reynaud’s joint-regulation theory, we demonstrate how these traditionally separate perspectives on ICT-related practice and organizational change process can be brought together under the umbrella of a practice-based view emphasizing rule-setting in organizations. Further, we synthesize existing accounts of practice-based view on organizational processes to introduce the notion of artifact-mediated regulation. It is argued that combined with Reynaud’s joint-regulation theory, the proposed notion of artifact-mediated regulation provides a tool for holistic analysis of the dynamics between ICT design and use and organizational practice.
Subjects / KeywordsOrganizational practices; Reynaud, Jean-Daniel; joint regulation theory; information and communication technology (ICT); technology artifact
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