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2011 Seminars

9th Mar 2011 - 10:30 am

Speaker:

Sue Williams,

Venue:

New Law School, Seminar Room 11

Title:

Enterprise Information Management Research Programme

6th Apr 2011 - 10:30 am

Speaker:

Robert Johnston,

Venue:

Darlington Centre, Meeting Room 11

Title:

Challenges in Employing a Practice Perspective to Study Interorganisational IS Evolution

13th Apr 2011 - 10:30 am

Speaker:

Catherine Hardy,

Venue:

Darlington Centre, DC Meeting Room 7

Title:

Exploring Continuous Assurance in Practice: Preliminary Insights

4th May 2011 - 10:30 am

Speaker:

Kai Riemer,

Venue:

Room 214/215, H69 - Economics and Business Building

Title:

From suitability to appropriateness - Rethinking the IT artifact using Heidegger's analysis of equipment

2nd Jun 2011 - 10:30 am

Speaker:

Tor J Larsen,

Venue:

Darlington Centre Meeting Room 11

Title:

Accreditation and ranking of Business Schools: The long and winding path toward excellence or the motorway toward mundanity?

7th Jul 2011 - 10:30 am

Speaker:

Nadine Vehring,

Venue:

Darlington Centre, Meeting Room 11

Title:

"Don't pressure me!" A case study exposing the multi-faceted nature of voluntariness in IT adoption

8th Sep 2011 - 10:00 am

Speaker:

Michael Goul,

Venue:

Meeting Room 11, Darlington Centre

Title:

New Challenges for Business Intelligence Research: The Evolution of Service Platforms at American Express, Intel and eBay

13th Oct 2011 - 10:30 am

Speaker:

Igor Hawryszkiewycz,

Venue:

Room 214/215, H69 - Economics and Business Building

Title:

Process Modeling in Complex Social Environments

10th Nov 2011 - 10:30 am

Speaker:

Karlheinz Kautz,

Venue:

Meeting Room 11, Darlington Centre

Title:

Sociomateriality - More than Jargon Monoxide? Questions from the Jester to the Sovereign

24th Nov 2011 - 10:30 am

Speaker:

Gerhard Schwabe,

Venue:

Room 214/215, Economics & Business Building (H69)

Title:

What does my financial advisor do? Designing for transparency in service encounters