• Computer Science
  • Published in ECIS 2004

Leveraging Methodological Pluralism in interpretive IS research: The example of ERP as a complex phenomenon

@inproceedings{Ho2004LeveragingMP,
  title={Leveraging Methodological Pluralism in interpretive IS research: The example of ERP as a complex phenomenon},
  author={Xiu-Xian Ho and Michael T. K. Tan},
  booktitle={ECIS},
  year={2004}
}
Over the years, interpretivism has been gradually gaining ground in Information Systems (IS) research. At the heart of this interpretivist movement is a belief in theoretical and methodological pluralism. In this study, we argue the need for a better leverage of methodological pluralism in interpretive IS research. Specifically, we note that greater research insights may be obtained by considering the complementarity of various strategies of inquiry (such as ethnography, grounded theory, case… CONTINUE READING

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