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Universalist rationality theory assumes that actors within an institution rational.

Question : Universalist rationality theory assumes that actors within an institution rational.

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?

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