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2012 Seminars

21st Feb 2012 - 10:30 am

Speaker:

Assoc. Prof. Andrew Burton-Jones,

Venue:

Meeting Room 11, Darlington Centre

Title:

Two Studies on the Effective use of Information Systems

4th Apr 2012 - 10:00 am

Speaker:

Olivera Marjanovic,

Venue:

Room 397, H04 - Merewether Building

Title:

"... Because we don't manufacture cars - we treat people!": Improving Knowledge-Intensive Health care Processes Beyond Efficiency

9th May 2012 - 10:00 am

Speaker:

Uri Gal,

Venue:

Room 214/215, H69 - Economics and Business Building

Title:

Designing collaborative infrastructures to support distributed work

20th Jun 2012 - 10:00 am

Speaker:

Asif Qumer Gill,

Venue:

Room 214/215, H69 - Economics and Business Building

Title:

An Agile Approach to Context Aware Cloud Adaptation

18th Jul 2012 - 10:00 am

Speaker:

Petri Hallikainen,

Venue:

Room 214/215, H69 - Economics and Business Building

Title:

Transformational Journey of a Retail Organisation Towards Bi-Influenced Strategy Creation

15th Aug 2012 - 10:00 am

Speaker:

Deborah Bunker,

Venue:

Darlington Centre School Building, Meeting Room 11

Title:

Historical Narrative: Understanding and Learning from IS Strategising Failure

12th Sep 2012 - 10:00 am

Speaker:

Kai Riemer,

Venue:

Darlington Centre School Building, Meeting Room 11

Title:

Place-making: A Phenomenological Theory of Technology Appropriation

10th Oct 2012 - 10:00 am

Speaker:

Corina Raduescu; Asif Qumer Gill,

Venue:

Room 214/215, H69 - Economics and Business Building

Title:

Handling the Complexity of Information Systems Development Projects With Agile Methods

7th Nov 2012 - 10:00 am

Speaker:

Mark Sercombe & Frank Farrell,

Venue:

The Boardroom, Darlington Centre

Title:

Digital disruption: The length of the fuse and the size of the bang.

28th Nov 2012 - 10:00 am

Speaker:

Nicholas Berente,

Venue:

New Law Seminar Room 022

Title:

Stabilized Materiality: NASA's Enterprise System and the Loosely Coupled Equilibrium of Practice