Sven A. Carlsson

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Information Systems (IS) research has a serious utilization and relevance problem. To increase IS research utilization and relevance, scholars argue that the mainstream IS research, which is based on the behavioral science paradigm, should be complemented with research based on the design science paradigm. The current IS design science frameworks and(More)
The basic economic resource in the post-industrial information economy is knowledge, but there is a lack in our knowledge on how to manage knowledge and knowledge processes for competitive advantage. We present a new conceptualization of knowledge management: knowledge management in network contexts. We also present a strategic knowledge management (SKM)(More)
It is argued that the basic economic resource in the next economy is knowledge. An important source for competitive advantage in this economy lies in an organization's network of external relationships. This paper presents a conceptualization of strategic knowledge managing within the context of inter-organizational networks. The conceptualization is based(More)
Knowledge management (KM) plays an increasingly important role in software development. We find that a missed aspect of software development methods is their possibility to play a role as knowledge enabler. Knowledge enablers are organizational mechanisms for intentionally and consistently developing knowledge in organizations. Drawing on KM-theories we(More)
Inactive nuclei of chick erythrocyte resume RNA synthesis and increase in volume and dry mass in heterokaryons made by virus-induced fusion of human tumor cells (HeLa) with chick erythrocytes. Nuclear growth is due primarily to migration of human macromolecules into the chick nucleus. Human nucleoplasmic antigens were detected in the nucleoplasm and human(More)
Two cases with severe congenital megacystis-microcolon-intestinal hypoperistalsis syndrome (MMIHS) are presented. This is a rarely encountered syndrome in neonates and 45 cases have earlier been reported. The disease is usually lethal and it now seems clear that MMIHS is an autosomal recessive disorder. The enlarged bladder, typical of this syndrome, is(More)