Anita Mangan

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Extended Abstract Modern information and communication technologies (ICTs) have been heralded as a key enabler of more integrated, flexible, network forms of organizing, thereby promoting the " free and unfettered exchange of information across boundaries " and inspiring " the transformation of all types of institutions " (Conference Theme, ICIS 2004). In(More)
Modern information and communication technologies (ICTs) have been heralded as a key enabler of more integrated, flexible, network forms of organising. In this paper we critically examine such claims by drawing on evidence from a longitudinal, interpretive study of the strategic use of IT within the Irish credit union movement. While various economic and(More)
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