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Breakfast briefing : Analytics For Enabling Business Strategy
The UCD Analytics Breakfast is intended for senior managers in companies and organisations that are considering using Analytics, to help them get an understanding of Analytics, to give them the opportunity in an informal setting to discuss their concerns, and to network with UCD experts and people on their level in other companies.
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FCP Dublin Users Group meeting Dec '10
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Reflections on the LSE Identity Cards Report
Policy analysis and information systems: Reflections on the LSE Identity Cards Report. Dr Edgar A. Whitley, Reader in Information Systems and Research Co–ordinator, LSE Identity Project, London School of Economics and Political Science. The LSE Identity Project on the UK Identity Cards Scheme has been one of the most high profile pieces of academic research in recent times. In this presentation, Edgar Whitley will review the role that academic policy analysis played in informing the debate about this important and wide ranging piece of legislation. With the identity cards scheme forming a basis for a national identity infrastructure, he will particularly reflect on the implications of this research for information systems academics.
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SSIT 6 - In Celebration of Claudio Ciborra
**SSIT 6 - In Celebration of Claudio Ciborra** **London School of Economics** **Department of Information Systems** **SSIT 6, March 27-28 2006** The Department of Information Systems will host the sixth annual Social Study of IT (SSIT) workshop on the 27th and 28th March 2006. The original idea for the workshops came from Claudio Ciborra and the two day event will celebrate his life and work in the Information Systems field. The programme will consist of presentations by distinguished invited speakers from academia and lively panel discussions, affording the opportunity to consider Claudio's unique and innovative ideas and theories on Information Technology and Organizations. A draft programme is under preparation, but we expect the workshop to run from 9:30am on Monday 27th to the lunchtime on the 28th March. An informal PhD Q&A session based on a planned poster exhibition will take place from 2-5pm for the remainder of the second day. Regular updates on the event can be found can be found at www.is.lse.ac.uk/events. There is no charge for attending the workshop and refreshments will be provided. If you have any questions or comments, please email Emma Keys, Research Coordinator (e.s.keys@lse.ac.uk)
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The creation of knowledge within organizations
**Seminar by Professor Haridimos Tsoukas** **Topic: "The creation of knowledge within organizations - a post rationalist approach"** **Abstract:** Despite several insightful studies on how new knowledge is created in organizations, there is still no satisfactory answer to the question, "what are the generative mechanisms through which new organizational knowledge is created?" The purpose of this paper is to answer this question by drawing on the work of phenomenological philosophers such as Dreyfus and Taylor, literary theorists such as Bakhtin, and developmental psychologists such as Mead, Shotter and Wertsch. Building on the concept of interaction, which previous theories of organizational knowledge have identified to be the bedrock for knowledge creation, the paper argues that in organized settings new knowledge comes from the exercise of judgment - the individual ability to draw new distinctions concerning a task at hand, typically in the context of a group. New distinctions may be developed since human experiences already involve a certain level of articulation and as such they admit of further articulation. The process of articulation develops through organizational members engaging in three kinds of dialogical encounters: with real others, with imaginal others and with artifacts. Each kind of dialogue is conceptualized and illustrated. The overall dialogical approach adopted in this paper is illustrated by drawing on the work of Donald Schön.
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