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According to software vendors and consultants ERPs, transform the nature, structure and management of work regardless of organisational context. This article contests this technologically deterministic view of organisational change by demonstrating the role that discourse plays in the social construction of ERPs. Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems(More)
0963-8687/$ see front matter 2013 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jsis.2013.03.002 ⇑ Corresponding author. Tel.: +61 409 849 099; fax: +61 2 9351 4729. E-mail addresses: Kristine.dery@sydney.edu.au (K. Dery), Richard.hall@sydney.edu.au (R. Hall), Nick.wailes@sydney.edu.au (N. Wailes) wiblen@sydney.edu.au (S. Wiblen). Kristine(More)
Labour market regulation in Australia and New Zealand has proceeded along a similar trajectory, sometimes intersecting and other times appearing to take divergent paths. Interest in comparing both systems of labour market regulation peaked in the 1980s and early 1990s when there was a marked divergence. The structural divergence was highlighted by the(More)
recent Korean governments have attempted to use social partnership as a mechanism to achieve cooperative and peaceful industrial relations and to balance economic effi ciency with social equity in the context of globalisation. This paper has two aims. First it seeks to put the current social partnership experiment in historical perspective and argues that(More)
In this introduction to the special issue, the authors explore a number of connections between recent thinking about change in the organization studies (OS) literature and debates about information and communication technology (ICT) and change in the information systems (IS) literature. The authors examine these debates and highlight their potential(More)
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