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Sjöström, J; Goldkuhl, G; (2002) Information systems as instruments for communication – Refining the actability concept. accepted to the 5th International Workshop on Organisational Semiotics, Delft
Lind, M; Goldkuhl, G; (2002) Questioning two-role models or who bakes the pizza?. in Proc of the 7th Int Workshop on the Language Action Perspective (LAP2001), Delft
Goldkuhl, G; (2002) Reinterpreting information systems actability. presented at the Workshop on Information Systems in Contexts (WISC-2002), Linköping University
Melin, U; Axelsson, K; (2002) Roles of Theories and Models in Interactive Knowledge Creation – Reflections from a Business Network and IT Case Study. in: Remenyi, D. (Eds.) Proceedings of the European Conference on Research Methodology for Business and Management Studies, pp. 229-243
Ågerfalk, P; Sjöström, J; Eliason, E; Cronholm, S; Goldkuhl, G; (2002) Setting the Scene for Actability Evaluation - Understanding Information Systems in Context. In Proceedings of the 9th European Conference on IT Evaluation (ECITE 2002), 15–16 July 2002, Université Paris-Dauphine, France, (Eds, Brown A and Remenyi D) Reading, UK: MCIL, pp. 1–9
Hedström, K; (2002) The Effects of Computerization as a Multi-Stage Process Model. Proceedings of ECITE 2002, 15-16 July, 2002, Paris, France
Goldkuhl, G; Röstlinger, A; (2002) The practices of knowledge – investigating functions and sources. accepted to the 3rd European Conference on Knowledge Management (3ECKM), Dublin
Eriksson, O; (2002) The Pragmatic Language Functionality of Information Systems. Accepted to: Promote IT 2002; Apr. 22-24, Skövde, Sweden
Braf, E; Goldkuhl, G; (2002) The Significance of organisational capability - the interplay of knowledge, communication and technology. in Proceedings of European Conference on Knowledge Management 2003 (ECKM2003), 24-25 September, Dublin, Ireland
Goldkuhl, G; Röstlinger, A; (2002) Towards an integral understanding of organisations and information systems: Convergence of three theories. accepted to the 5th International Workshop on Organisational Semiotics, Delft
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