Implementing packaged enterprise software in multi-site firms: intensification of organizing and learning

@article{Fenema2007ImplementingPE,
  title={Implementing packaged enterprise software in multi-site firms: intensification of organizing and learning},
  author={Paul C. van Fenema and Otto R. Koppius and Peter J. van Baalen},
  journal={EJIS},
  year={2007},
  volume={16},
  pages={584-598}
}
ion and generalization Relationship between particulars of a specific study to abstract categories, theories, ideas, concepts (differentiates from anecdotes) Relate data to abstract theoretical assumptions Case study findings are analyzed and related to literature 5. The principle of dialogical reasoning Confrontation of researcher’s prejudices (ex ante lens) with emerging data Make historical philosophical assumptions guiding the research explicit Researchers’ assumptions are based on the… CONTINUE READING
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