This paper develops a theoretical framework for studying how the interaction of individual perceptions, an organizations’ subcultures, and formal information systems (IS) design processes influence the fit of an IS to its respective organization. Building on models of individual decision making, such as bounded rationality, it extends several propositions for how informal and formal structures influence the fit of an IS.
Thatcher, Jason Bennett and Srite, Mark, "Bounded Rationality, Formal Implementation Processes, and Conflicting Subcultures: A Theoretical Framwork" (2000). AMCIS 2000 Proceedings. 144.