Action in Language, Organisations and Information Systems

Accepted papers to ALOIS 2003
“Action in Language, Organisations and Information Systems”

  Author Paper
  P Kaitovaara & M Nurminen IT artefacts in IT services: Toward a taxonomy
  JP Bansler & E Havn Improvisation in action: Making sense of IS development in organizations
  R Jorna Organisational forms and the distribution of knowledge
  A Salter A communico-normative approach to modelling organisational processes
  A Linde, H Linderoth & C Räisänen An actor network theory on IT projects: A battle of wills
  V Martin, M Lycett &
R Macredie
Exploring the Gap between Business and IT: an Information Culture Approach
  J Sjöström Socio-pragmatical analysis of IS actability evaluation heuristics
  R Clarke The discoursive organisation of action and language in workpractice descriptions
  G Goldkuhl & A Röstlinger The significance of workpractice diagnosis: Socio-pragmatic ontology and epistemology of change analysis
  D Dalcher Understanding stories of information systems failures
  K Hedström Actor sensitive evaluation – Who benefits from IS?
  E Eliasson & P Ågerfalk The D.EU.PS model – a tool for studying effects of information systems design
  J Rose, M Jones & D Truex The problem of agency: How humans act, how machines act
  L Roque, A Almeida, A Dias de Figueiredo Context engineering: An IS development approach
  M Lind The diversity of work practices – challenging the existing notions of business process types