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  Goldkuhl, G; Lind, M; Seigerroth, U; Ågerfalk, P; (1999) The Language Action Perspective on Communication Modelling: Proceedings of the Fourth International Workshop, Internationella handelshögskolan i Jönköping.
Goldkuhl, G; Röstlinger, A; (1999) Expanding the scope: From language action to generic practice. in proceedings of the 4th Int Workshop on the Language Action Perspective (LAP99), Copenhagen
Hedberg, P; Lind, M; (1999) Talking about projects – a project generic model. i Enmark R. (Ed): Reports on Business and Informatics. University College of Borås
Hedberg, P; Lind, M; (1999) Förbättringsprojekt på ett konsultföretag - erfarenheter från en processinriktad verksamhetsdiagnos. Accepted to Förändringskraft (23/1-1999), Linköping University
  Hedström, K; (1999) Marrying of theories - A successful combination for analysing University/Industry co-operation?.
Karltun, J; Lind, M; Goldkuhl, G; Eklund, J; Seigerroth, U; (1999) Production Planning and Information Flow in a Business Process Context – experiences from changeprojects in SME´s. i Axelsson J., Bergman B., Eklund J. (Eds): Proceedings of the International Conference on TQM and Human Factors – Towards Successful Integration. Linköping University
Karltun, J; Seigerroth, U; Goldkuhl, G; Lind, M; Eklund, J; (1999) Process Redesign and Organisational Change – Towards the use of an Integrated Change Method. i Axelsson J., Bergman B., Eklund J. (Eds): Proceedings of the International Conference on TQM and Human Factors – Towards Successful Integration. Linköping University
Lauder, A; Lind, M; (1999) Legacy Systems: Assets or Liabilities? A Language Action Perspective on Respecting and Reflecting Negotiated Business Relationships in Information Systems. Working paper, Borås Studies of Information Systems, University College of Borås
  Melin, U; (1999) The Process Perspective in Total Quality Management and Business Process Reenginering - A Critical Review.
Melin, U; Goldkuhl, G; (1999) Information Systems and Process Orientation - evaluation and change using Business Action Theory. x
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