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Universalist rationality theory

?Universalist rationality theory assumes that actors within an institution are rational. They function with their own material interests in mind, maximizing efficiency and resources. It is believed that IS innovation itself is subject to rationality. Yet, many have criticized this notion. Discuss the validity of these critiques from your perspective. From your experience, how do organizations behave and why?

?Validate an idea with your own experience.

?Make a suggestion.

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Concept of rationality

• Universalist rationality theory assumes that actors within an institution are rational. They function with their own material interests in mind, maximizing efficiency and resources.
It is believed that IS innovation itself is subject to rationality. Yet, many have criticized this notion. Discuss the validity of these critiques from your perspective. From your experience, how do organizations behave and why?

•Validate an idea with your own experience.
•Make a suggestion.

Here is my case from my experience. Department of Elderly affairs, Iowa had conducted a survey for elderly people. They found out that many of elderly people prefer to stay at home and get want health care personnel
To come home and provide the health care services rather than coming or staying at health care agencies. This caused to born great idea what if we can create a system that allows health care agent to work off-line
(note: remote places of Iowa no internet ) take all the information from elderly people and come back to office and go online and synchronize all the patient's data to a ...

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