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‘Piling on layers of understanding’: the use of connective ethnography for the study of (online) work practices
This article explores the notion of connective ethnography as a modern form of ethnography. Expand
Given the fast changing and accelerating world, reforming education constantly requires our full attention. The requirements to knowledge and skills will change on a constant basis. But, how to keep… Expand
Exploring the common ground of virtual communities: working towards a 'workable definition'
INTRODUCTION A great deal of the literature on virtual communities evolves around classifying the phenomenon1 while much empirically constructive work on the topic has not been conducted yet.… Expand
A Cultural Critique of Organizational Change: Getting in Touch with Reality Stream: Social Networks
Abstract: In organizations, change ideas are often implemented as ‘instruments of modernity’ (Giddens, 1991) prescribing a unified pattern of work, behavior and thought (Suchman, 1995). Reflecting a… Expand
Back To Basics, Understanding The Choice Of Supportive Technologies
In this paper we attempt to break down the barrier of choosing a supportive technology for learning. We try to simplify the process by reducing it to a set of elementary steps. A perfect fit is… Expand
Business IT Alignment: A Never-ending Story
The impact of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) on organizations has been addressed extensively in research and practice. Leavitt and Whisler for example, observed as early as 1958 that… Expand
USING SYSTEMIC CONSTELLATION IN TEACHING/LEARNING IM IN IS EDUCATION
Back to School: Triangulating City Entrepreneurship
City entrepreneurship, the entrepreneurial attitude and behavior of city authorities, can substantially be promoted by triangulation, i.e. by opening the city-citizen relationship for communities of… Expand
The Paradox of Organizing Knowledge
The paradox of organizing knowledge is that organizational initiatives to ameliorate processes of knowledge sharing may evoke adverse effects to such an extent that these initiatives turn against… Expand
RECONSIDERING THE ROLE OF STANDARD CURRICULA IN (IS / IT) EDUCATION DO STANDARD CURRICULA STILL FIT IN CURRENT SOCIETY?
Given the fact that the majority of standard curricula are based on transferring existing knowledge, we raise the question whether in contemporary society they still address the challenges we are… Expand