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CITO Seminar: Kathy McGrath "‘Making-up’ and ‘making-do’ in a research project: A surprising explanation of persistence"
You are cordially invited to the next CITO seminar on Friday June 6 at 1.15pm in Q115, the Quinn Building.
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CITO Seminar: Ole Hanseth "Knowledge Complexities"
You are cordially invited to the next CITO seminar on Monday September 22nd at 4pm in Q233, the Quinn Building.
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Research-in-progress: Xenia/Hospitality Analysis of IS Innovation
Can Xenia/hospitality analysis ground a radical phenomenological ontology, to reorient technologists (and users) towards culturally distinctive ways of knowing IS mediated action and interaction?
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The Ecological Approach to Perception and Action
A seminar by Prof. Robert Johnston presenting an interpretation of J.J. Gibson's Ecological Approach to perception and action.
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A New Theory of Substance
A seminar by Graham Harman from the American University in Cairo
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The Dynamics of IT Boundary Objects, Information Infrastructures and Organisational Identities
A seminar by Uri Gal of Copenhagen Business School.
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Delivering Software: Tools of the Trade
“At the end of the day, ship the f*cking thing! It’s great to rewrite your code and make it cleaner and by the third time it’ll actually be pretty. But that’s not the point—you’re not here to write code; you’re here to ship products.” - Jamie Zawinski, "Coders at Work"
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Vipassana and leadership
A seminar by Robert Freese (Deloitte Consulting)
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Understanding Organisation as it Happens: Challenges, Confusions and Debates
A debate between Lucas Introna, Matthew Jones, and Séamas Kelly
Located in conferences Autumn School 2011
Undertaking research in organisations and of organization
Future directions and challenges for understanding and undertaking research in organisations and of organization
Located in conferences Autumn School 2011