International and Inter-disciplinary Workshop on Practice Research

Practice Research Workshop – June 8, 2011, Helsinki, Finland
Program
 

9.00-9.45

Registration, coffee

9.45-10.00

Welcome, introduction

 

Practice theorizing

10.00-10.40

Reflecting on use of practice theories to understand ‘practices’: a boundary practice perspective on work of business analysts, Rajiv Vashist, Judith McKay, Peter Marshall, Australia

10.40-11.20

The Design of Effective Theory, Paidi O’Raghallaigh, David Sammon, Ciaran Murphy, Ireland

11.20-12.00

Theorizing and situational inquiry in practice research, Göran Goldkuhl, Sweden

12.00-13.10

Lunch

 

Inquiry in practice research

13.10-13.40

Discovering practices and technologies of new ICT-enabled transformative organizations, Aljona Zorina, David Avison, France

13.40-14.10

An event-episode approach for studying work practices in IT-related organizational change, Lars-Olof Lychnell, Sweden

14.10-14.40

Effectiveness and practice-based inquiry, Terhi Laine, Erja Saurama, Finland

14.40-15.10

Break (coffee, refreshments)

 

Practice research on work processes & IT services

Evaluative practice research in the social & health fields

15.10-15.40

Practice Research Design - a channel to the meaning of BPM Maturity, Marie-Therese Christiansson, Sweden

Experiencing and researching data system and change in a child welfare unit – a practice research approach, Raija Koskinen, Ilse Julkunen, Finland

15.40-16.10

Practitioners’ motives for participating in practice research – Experiences from a knowledge initiative in IS maintenance and evolution, Malin Nordström, Karin Axelsson, Sweden

The role of evaluation assignments in the practice of e-health evaluation, Hanna Danielsson, Sweden

16.10-16.40

Collaborative practice - an action research approach to efficient ITSM, Stefan Cronholm, Hannes Göbel, Sandra Haraldson, Mikael Lind, Nicklas Salomonson, Ulf Seigerroth, Sweden

Practices, modifications and generativity – a practical REA tool for managing the innovation processes of practices, Juha Koivisto, Pasi Pohjola, Finland

16.40-17.10

Reflecting with Delone & McLean Model, Raija Halonen, Finland

Mirror method as an approach for critical evaluation in social work, Minna Kivipelto, Laura Yliruka, Finland

17.20-18.00

Panel discussion