Information Systems Development ( ISD ) in Complex Settings as Interlocking Spirals of Sensemaking

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  title={Information Systems Development ( ISD ) in Complex Settings as Interlocking Spirals of Sensemaking},
  author={},
  year={2008}
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  • Published 2008
1. ABSTRACT This paper assesses a research framework against the findings of a field research study. The framework employs the metaphor of a triple spiral as a means by which Weick’s sense-making concepts can be applied to ISD activities. The study examines the experiences of members of a large manufacturing organisation in a multinational company. Study participants included project teams members, consultants and senior management. This research is ongoing and other organisations are being… CONTINUE READING

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