Seminar: Spatial Data Infrastructure and Human Sensor Web
A Study by Gianluca Miscione
Two cases from the growing field of geo-information management, representing two different paradigms, are discussed: Spatial Data Infrastructure and Human Sensor Web.
About the Seminar Series
The Centre for Innovation, Technology and Organisation is concerned with exploring a range of perspectives that depart from conventional thinking about management theory and practice, and its role in the development of the contemporary world. The emphasis is on approaches to understanding management, organisation, business and technology that are based on social constructionist perspectives on the world (and, thus, centred on issues of process, meaning and power).
The group is particularly interested in empirically grounded work (regardless of whether this is based on qualitative or quantitative research approaches) that attempts to develop and extend theory and to relate it to management practice.
To facilitate productive inter-disciplinary exchange, speakers from diverse cognate disciplines have been invited to present their research and the theoretical ideas that underpins their work, to demonstrate its practical usefulness for understanding aspects of organisational life. Contributions are solicited from researchers working within a wide range of management disciplines (including organisation theory, accounting, information systems, marketing, industrial relations and HRM).
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