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CASE technology transfer: a case study of unsuccessful change

@article{Norman1989CASETT,
  title={CASE technology transfer: a case study of unsuccessful change},
  author={R. J. Norman and G. Corbitt and M. Butler and D. D. McElroy},
  journal={Journal of Systems Management archive},
  year={1989},
  volume={40},
  pages={33-37}
}
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