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‘Promise of Practice’ from Jun 24, 2014 04:45 PM to Jun 25, 2014 04:45 PM The Old Library, Darwin College, Cambridge,
The ‘Promise of Practice’ Workshop.
“The State of Organisation Theory in 2017” Feb 22, 2017 from 03:15 PM to 04:45 PM Room MH101 UCD Michael Smurfit Business School, Blackrock campus.,
A seminar by Prof Gibson Burrell; Leicester School of Business/Manchester Business School Visiting Scholar, UCD College of Business
The 2nd IAIS Reverse Conference Jun 07, 2006 from 09:30 AM to 04:30 PM National University of Ireland, Galway.,
The 2nd IAIS Reverse Conference: Innovation, Agility & Resilience - A Workshop for Researchers, at the J. E. Cairnes Graduate School of Business & Public Policy. National University of Ireland, Galway. June 7, 2006. Most conferences are primarily comprised of research papers delivered to the audience via once-off presentations. Many researchers have called for a different format whereby new ideas for papers can be circulated, debated and formalised, as opposed to the traditional format where only completed pieces of work are presented. This workshop reverses the traditional process by focusing on research paper creation rather than delivery. It follows on from a very successful inaugural IAIS reverse conference held in Ballyvaughan, County Clare in August 2005. The event is sponsored by the IAIS and IFIP8.6.
AMCIS 2006 from Aug 04, 2006 09:00 AM to Aug 06, 2006 01:00 PM Acapulco, México,
12th Americas Conference on Information Systems.
'Being regimented' Jan 14, 2009 from 02:00 PM to 03:30 PM B1.19, Scarman Building,
'Being regimented': Aspiration, discipline and identity work in the British Parachute Regiment
An Evening with Bill Buxton from Sep 25, 2012 06:30 PM to Sep 26, 2012 08:30 PM Lost Society,
NITIM PhD Network Doctoral Consortium : Knowledge, Networks and IS Innovation from Sep 05, 2007 08:30 AM to Sep 08, 2007 12:00 PM Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland,
The IAIS (Irish Association for Information Systems) and CEMS (Community of European Management Schools) are pleased to host the Doctoral Consortium "Knowledge, Networks and IS Innovation" for NITIM (the PhD network on Networks, Information Technology and Innovation Management).
IAM 2008, New Ideas for a New Century Mar 03, 2008 from 09:50 AM to 10:50 PM DCU, Dublin, Ireland,
Abstracts submitted for consideration for the 11th Irish Academy of Management Annual Conference to be hosted by Dublin City University Business School on 3-5th September 2008.
Institutionalisation of process frameworks Dec 19, 2008 from 03:05 PM to 04:30 PM Q233, Quinn School of Business, UCD, Belfield.,
Institutionalisation of ITIL/ISO IEC 2000.
The Cold Chain Storage and Distribution conference from Feb 24, 2009 08:25 AM to Feb 25, 2009 05:25 PM Vienna, Austria.,
This established event will once again be providing a focused and in-depth programme, presenting case studies on brand new technologies and innovative approaches.
Configuration of Research Methods in Information Systems Jun 20, 2005 from 04:00 PM to 06:00 PM Q233 Quinn School,
"The Configuration of Research Methods in Information Systems - A preliminary Framework". ***Abstract*** Research in IS is geared to the ideal of behavioristic social sciences. However, in recent years, there has been a plethora of publications, which question whether a neo-positivistic approach is the only proper research method in Information Systems. When it comes to the realisation of future business models and the deployment of future technologies, the development of methods and design artefacts seems to be more suitable. However, such an approach - sometimes referred to as "design science" or "constructive" - implies severe epistemological problems, which are mainly related to the very notion of scientific research. Does a design artefact qualify for a result of scientific research? If so, what is the difference between a scientific design artefact and artefacts produced by consultants or software firms? Within the neo-positivistic paradigm, research results are hypotheses or theories, which are evaluated by testing them against reality using accepted research methods and common concepts of truth - such as the 'correspondence theory of truth'. However, this kind of evaluation is not possible for design-oriented research, unless you want to wait for the many years it would take to apply and test the approach in practice. Against this background, the presentation will focus on three questions: What are the criteria, a decision between a behavioristic approach and a constructive approach could be based on? How could a research method look like that fits the specific requirements of a constructive approach? How could both approaches to IS research be combined in a synergetic way? Ulrich Frank holds a chair for Information Systems and Enterprise Modeling at the Institute for Computer Science and Business Information Systems (ICB) University of Duisburg-Essen
Democracy in the Workplace: What do we mean? How can we get there? Apr 23, 2009 from 04:00 PM to 05:00 PM Q106, Quinn School of Business, UCD, Belfield.,
CITO research seminar "Design of a Visual Thinking Environment for Creating Knowledge of Situated Organizational Experience" Nov 08, 2006 from 04:00 PM to 06:00 PM Q233, Quinn School, Belfield,
You are cordially invited to a research seminar hosted by CITO and the MIS Department on Wednesday November 8 at 4pm in the Quinn Building room Q233. Professor Richard J. Boland Jr. from the Weatherhead School of Management at Case Western Reserve University will discuss a theme he has been developing under the working title "Design of a Visual Thinking Environment for Creating Knowledge of Situated Organizational Experience". Dick explains; "As part of a larger effort to promote design thinking in management, I explore the design of a visual thinking environment for reflecting upon the personal experience of acting responsibly in an organizational setting. In developing this visual thinking environment, I will synthesize ideas from several key authors: the philosopher John Dewey, the art theorist Rudolph Arnheim, the novelist Walker Percy and the language theorists George Lakoff and Mark Johnson. Using Dewey, I characterize the organizational actor as actively engaging organizational life and seeking its betterment. Using Rudolph Arnheim, I depict the organizational actor as being centered in a multidimensional situation, which is experienced as force fields. Using Walker Percy, I emphasize the existential experience of the organizational actor, and the queer way in which language involves a dynamic of reversals, rotations and transcendence. Using Lakoff and Johnson, I emphasize that the predicaments experienced by the organizational actor are based on the experience of being embodied and confronting the problem of self and other. I then propose the design of a visual thinking environment in which the individual can visualize the changing field of forces in their situation, and can explore possibilities for seeking organizational betterment." ALL WELCOME (please circulate)
Call for Abstracts: 2nd Digital Cultures Workshop: Social Media Publics Feb 28, 2009 11:00 AM University of Salford, U.K. ,
2nd Digital Cultures Workshop: Social Media Publics, 4-5 June, 2009. University of Salford, U.K.
Doing Business Differently Apr 24, 2008 from 08:00 PM to 09:00 PM Quinn School of Business, University College Dublin,
A Public Dialogue with Mick Wallace
Dr Patrick Perry Award 2009-2010 May 28, 2010 from 06:00 PM to 07:00 PM Laurence Crowley Boardroom, UCD Smurfit School, Blackrock, Co. Dublin,
The Dr Patrick Perry Award ceremony for the Master of Science in Business Analytics programme will be held on Friday 28th May at UCD Smurfit School.
Drug Living Lab prototype demonstration workshop Feb 12, 2008 from 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM Quinn Building, UCD Belfield Campus,
Workshop and demonstration of prototype ePedegree and provenance services for Life Sciences sector. This is a 2 hour workshop, hosted by CITO at the UCD School of Business on behalf of ITAIDE
The Dublin Web Summit Oct 29, 2010 from 08:10 AM to 06:10 PM
The founders of Twitter, Skype, Bebo, WordPress and many other high value web companies are collectively coming to Dublin later this month...
EASST 010 Mar 14, 2010 from 08:40 AM to 11:40 PM Faculty of Sociology, Trento, Italy,
The biennial forum of the European Association for the Study of Science and Technology (EASST)
ECIS 2008, NUI Galway from Jun 09, 2008 08:20 AM to Jun 11, 2008 05:20 PM Galway, Ireland,
Information Systems in an Innovative Knowledge-based Society: The Business Information Systems group at the J.E. Cairnes Graduate School of Business & Public Policy at National University of Ireland, Galway is proud to organise and host the 16th European Conference on Information Systems in 2008. See the conference website for all related activities and important dates.
ECIS 2008, NUI Galway. Call for papers Nov 30, 2007 from 08:10 AM to 10:10 PM Galway, Ireland,
November 30, 2007 is the extended deadline for paper submission to the 16th European Conference on Information Systems (ECIS).
ECIS 2009 from Jun 08, 2009 08:15 AM to Jun 10, 2009 05:15 PM Verona, Italy.,
The conference will be jointly organised by the Department of Business and Economics at University of Verona and the Information Systems and Innovation Group of the Department of Management of the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE).
ECIS 2009 Doctoral Consortium Jan 31, 2009 from 08:20 AM to 11:20 PM Verona, Italy.,
Do you know an IS doctoral student ready to get feedback on their doctoral research from top IS scholars (see outstanding faculty roster below)? Is it time for them to begin broadening collegial ties internationally, building lasting friendships and rewarding professional connections? Doctoral consortia are an integral part of the academic path and we are inviting applications for the next ECIS DC where faculty will gather in order to offer you their insights against the backdrop of the world famous Dolomite Mountains.
ECSCW2007 Student Volunteers Jun 30, 2007 from 08:10 AM to 10:10 PM University of Limerick,
The organising committee is seeking a number of enthusiastic and motivated people to join the ECSCW 2007 Student Volunteer team. The student volunteers will assist in the practical organisation and running of the conference. In exchange for their work, they will be rewarded by a number of benefits including: * Free participation in the conference and workshops (subject to agreement with the workshop organisers); * A copy of the book of proceedings published by Springer; * A ticket to the conference banquet at Dromoland Castle; A number of low-cost accommodation options in the surroundings of the Conference venue will be made known to all student volunteers, and an informal mailing list will be created to allow all the volunteers to organise travel and accommodation together. Limerick city is served by a number of low-cost carriers through Shannon International Airport. The volunteers will congregate at the conference hotel, the Hilton Limerick, on the evening of Sunday, September 23rd and will be engaged in conference activities until Friday the 28th of September. Joining the ECSCW 2007 student volunteer team will give students a great opportunity to attend a prestigious conference, meet fellow students and established researchers in the area of CSCW and gain academic experience! Important dates: Postgraduate (Masters and PhD) students are encouraged to submit a 500 words statement briefly describing their current research, and explaining what benefit they would gain from attending ECSCW 2007, and mentioning any previous conference volunteering experience. The application should also contain the name and contact details of your supervisor. The deadline for applications is June 30th 2007. Please email your application to Michael.Cooke@ul.ie Notifications of acceptance will be sent by July 10th. The ECSCW 2007 Student Volunteers Coordinators are: Michael Cooke, University of Limerick, Ireland; Emanuela Mazzone, University of Central Lancashire, UK; Anders Sigfridsson, University of Limerick, Ireland.
EGOS Colloquium 2009 - Call for Papers Jan 11, 2009 from 08:35 AM to 11:35 PM
Knowledge Integration and Innovation sub-theme at EGOS Colloquium 2009, Barcelona
28th EGOS Colloquium Jan 16, 2012 11:25 PM Helsinki, Finland,
Waves of Globalization Jan 10, 2010 from 11:00 PM to 11:55 PM Lisbon, Portugal.,
26th EGOS Colloquium 2010 in Lisbon. Short paper call deadline.
EGOS - 2010 Colloquium, Lisbon from Jun 28, 2010 09:00 AM to Jun 30, 2010 06:25 PM Lisbon, Portugal,
Annual colloquium of the European Group for Organizational Studies
Intersubjectivity, Humanity, and Being from Jun 22, 2011 09:00 AM to Jun 27, 2011 05:00 PM National University of Ireland, Maynooth, Ireland,
Intersubjectivity, Humanity and Being, International Association for the Philosophy of Edith Stein Inaugural Conference
Invitation: Norbert Elias Documentary Oct 09, 2008 from 04:00 PM to 04:55 PM Lecture Theatre N, JHN,
Mobile Lives Sep 13, 2010 from 02:00 PM to 03:30 PM Quinn Building: Q011,
How should we understand the personal and social impacts of complex mobility systems? Are lifestyles organised around intensive travel, transport and tourism sustainable?
Dr Chris Horn. The Engineer as Entrepreneur Apr 30, 2010 from 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM Dublin, Ireland,
An open discussion with Dr Chris Horn: Engineers as Entrepreneurs, delivering innovation from Ireland
Offshoring Information Technology Jan 28, 2005 from 04:00 PM to 05:30 PM Room Q233 Belfield, Quinn School of Business,
At 4pm on Friday 28 Jan in Room Q233, Professor Erran Carmel (who is currently visiting the MIS department from American University, Washington DC) will give a research seminar entitled "Offshoring Information Technology". [ABSTRACT] Ireland was one of the first of the new software export nations – or using today’s parlance, Ireland was one of the first offshore destinations. Yet today, much of the attention has shifted to low-wage destinations such as India. We will survey the global landscape of offshoring. What are the implications for the client firm? For the provider firm? For the client nation? For the provider nation? And what are the implications for the technical teams that now must collaborate over great distances and across time zones and cultures? I have been researching the domain of global software development for a decade now. I have been using three levels of analysis: the team (the distributed team); the firm (the client firm, typically); and the nation (the nation that seeks to enter the software export game).
Ethnography 2006 from Sep 13, 2006 08:30 AM to Sep 14, 2006 05:45 PM University of Liverpool, UK.,
The first Symposium on Current Developments in Ethnographic Research in the Social and Management Sciences. A joint programme by the University of Liverpool Management School and Keele University Institute for Public Policy and Management.
Ethnographies of Code: Computer Programs as the Lived Work of Computer Programming from Mar 30, 2006 09:00 AM to Mar 31, 2006 04:40 PM Lancaster University,
Ethnographies of Code at Lancaster University, InfoLab21. This workshop is on how social studies of programming can be used to understand and inform the methods and technologies of computer programming. The focus is on the role of everyday practices in the work of programming such as; writing code, reading code, talking about code, copying and pasting code, compiling code etc.. Programmers engage in practical-epistemologies such as 'coding', 'spiking', 'refactoring' and 'testing'. Infolab
Ethnography 2007, Keele University, UK. September 5 - 7 2007 from Sep 05, 2007 08:55 AM to Sep 07, 2007 05:55 PM Keele University,
The 2nd Symposium on Current Developments in Ethnographic Research in the Social and Management Sciences titled "Ethnographic Futures: Voice, Politics and Representation" follows the success of the first symposium in Liverpool in 2006. This symposium aims to bring together established and emerging social and management science scholars who are interested in these areas of research. Its key aim is to provide an interdisciplinary forum for academics to explore current trends and future directions in qualitative research we anticipate that the symposium will appeal not only to organization and management academics but also those working within sociology, anthropology, human geography, law, criminology, politics, cultural studies, environmental studies, gender studies and social and public policy.
Ethnography 2007, Keele University, UK. Call for papers May 27, 2007 from 08:55 AM to 05:55 PM Keele University,
Abstract submission deadline: 1st May 2007. The 2nd Symposium on Current Developments in Ethnographic Research in the Social and Management Sciences titled "Ethnographic Futures: Voice, Politics and Representation" follows the success of the first symposium in Liverpool in 2006. We invite contributors to submit papers which present ethnographic work that builds upon and expands the first conference by developing critical, theoretical and reflexive understandings of ethnographic research. Whilst remaining committed to the provision of space for authentic and Innovative ethnographic research, the symposium welcomes critical scholarship, both from within and without the ethnographic community that seeks to render the ethnographic process problematic. Abstracts (up to 750-words, excluding contact details and references) should be submitted to the symposium organisers at the following email address by Tuesday 1st May 2007: m.brannan@mngt.keele.ac.uk
Ethnography Conference 2012 from Aug 29, 2012 11:50 PM to Aug 31, 2012 05:30 PM University of Liverpool,
Ethnographic Horizons in Times of Turbulence. Ethnography Conference Call for Papers
GSW Workshop Sep 25, 2007 from 08:40 AM to 10:40 PM University of Limerick,
Collaborative Work in GSD Workshop. Global Software Development (GSD) is a growing focus of attention in universities and firms worldwide. The motives for distributing software development on a global scale include expected reductions in costs, exploiting a broader skills base, and being closer to emerging markets. In GSD, business units collaborate across time zones, organizational boundaries, work cultures and geographical distances, something that ultimately has led to an increasing diversification and growing complexity of collaborative working practices. The real-world practice of developing software in globally distributed projects has been viewed from various perspectives, though technical and engineering in conjunction with managerial and organizational viewpoints have dominated the research agenda so far. Successful participation in GSD, however, is ultimately a matter of the participants understanding and exploiting the particularities of their respective local contexts at specific points in time and exploring practical solutions through the resources available to local actors. During this workshop, we would like to focus on GSD as a collaborative human activity, where the participants are highly dependent on computer-based technologies to be able to cooperate across geographical boundaries and to accomplish their work.
Geo-Business Lecture Jun 17, 2008 06:00 PM UCD Quinn School of Business,
Geo-Business: GIS and Spatial Technologies in Organisations Public lecture Prof James Pick University of Redlands California.
AGM of the IAIS Jul 12, 2006 from 09:10 AM to 05:30 PM
The Annual General Meeting of the Irish Association of Information Systems will be held on July 12th at 5:30pm in University of Limerick. As well as the Annual General Meeting the following two events will also be taking place in UL on that day. 1)keynote by Geoff Walsham at 2pm and 2) at 4pm a Q&A session with senior faculty from around the world who will discuss some (hopefully) provocative questions submitted by the audience.
Irish Human Computer Interaction Conference '08 from Sep 19, 2008 08:30 AM to Sep 20, 2008 06:00 PM University College Cork, Ireland,
“Cultures of Interaction”
Irish HCI 2009 conference from Sep 17, 2009 08:50 AM to Sep 18, 2009 05:50 PM TCD, Pearse Street, Dublin,
HCI researchers, students and practitioners are invited to participate in I-HCI 2009, a two-day conference to be held at Trinity College Dublin on the 17th and 18th of September.
IIMA Conference from Sep 22, 2005 12:25 AM to Sep 24, 2005 11:25 PM Ashling Hotel, Dublin, Ireland,
IIMA 16th Annual Conference, Ashling Hotel, Dublin, Ireland. September 22-24 2005. Information Technology in the 21st Century: Meeting the Challenges of a Changing World. For further information contact the Managing Chair Peadar Ó Scolaí peadar.oscolai@ucd.ie
ILPC 2008, University College Dublin from Mar 18, 2008 08:25 AM to Mar 20, 2008 05:25 PM UCD Quinn School of Business, University College Dublin, Belfield,
26th International Labour Process Conference, Work Matters. 18th - 20th March 2008 at the UCD School of Business.
ILPC 2008, University College Dublin. Call for papers Oct 31, 2007 from 08:30 AM to 05:30 PM UCD Quinn School of Business, University College Dublin, Belfield,
Abstracts Submission Deadline for the International Labour Process Conference 2008. The date approaches for all abstracts including any submitted to special streams this October 31 2007. Please send them (between 500-700 words) to ilpc2008@ucd.ie.
IP Rights in the Digital Environment Feb 15, 2012 from 12:00 PM to 01:00 PM Quinn Building, Room Q005,
A seminar on intellectual property in the digital era
ISDSS 2007 from Jan 02, 2006 09:00 AM to Jan 04, 2006 04:00 PM Kolkata, India,
9th International Conference on Decision Support Systems January 2-4, 2007, Kolkata, India Organized by the Association for Information Systems - SIGDSS International Society for Decision Support Systems
ITAIDE workshop: Helsinki 2006 from Nov 19, 2006 09:30 AM to Nov 21, 2006 09:30 AM Helsinki,
ITAIDE meeting in Finland, associated with "The IST event 2006" launch of the 7th Framework programme and associated networking sessions. Are you interested in the Workshop and Networking Session? Then have a look at "ICT Challenges in cross-border trade" and express your interest (web registration required).
Reflections on the LSE Identity Cards Report Jun 09, 2006 from 04:00 PM to 05:30 PM CIM at Bath,
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.
Engineers Forum - Innovation Feb 22, 2010 from 06:30 PM to 08:00 PM Dublin, Ireland,
This seminar will address insightful perspectives on how innovation can be brought to bear on business recovery.
9th International Conference on Decision Support Systems from Jan 02, 2007 09:00 AM to Jan 04, 2007 06:50 PM Kolkata, India,
9th International Conference on Decision Support Systems January 2-4, 2007, Kolkata, India Organized by the Association for Information Systems - SIGDSS International Society for Decision Support Systems
Alasdair MacIntyre Conference from Mar 06, 2009 08:25 AM to Mar 08, 2009 11:25 PM University College Dublin,
ManETEI workshop Jun 09, 2010 from 09:00 AM to 03:00 PM CASL Seminar Room,
Emerging Technologies and Economic Impact
Launch of UCD's Natural Computing Research and Applications Group (NCRA) Feb 24, 2006 from 05:30 PM to 11:55 PM Clinton Auditorium ,
UCD's Natural Computing Research and Applications Group (NCRA) will be launched on Friday 24th February. This event will also feature the launch of the new book by then Groups founders, Dr. Anthony Brabazon and Dr. Michael O'Neill, titled "Biologically Inspired Algorithms for Financial Modelling" published by Springer. The authors have an ongoing collboration with members off the Centre of Management Science and Systems and the two chapters of the book have an input from staff from CMSS and students from the Master of Management Science.
Technology on the Human Scale: Innovation Interface Series Oct 08, 2009 from 06:30 PM to 08:00 PM The Science Gallery,
(ticketed event, €5 fee) Navi Radjou seminar at Dublin Science Gallery
Seminar: Strategic Group Analysis of Hybrid Commerce Firms Jun 16, 2006 from 11:30 AM to 12:50 PM Q013,
A Strategic Group Analysis of Hybrid Commerce Firms: Implications for Managing Technological Change. Abstract: Retail organizations are currently undergoing significant transformations to integrate their physical and online retail channels. This emerging form of e-commerce, known as hybrid commerce, refers to the conduct of business with consumers through the provision of integrated information and innovative cross-channel services. The successful adaptation to a hybrid organizational form requires extensive technological and process changes. Due to resource constraints and strategic focus, firms might choose to integrate only certain aspects of their retail operations. The objective of this study is to provide a competitive mapping of the current state of hybrid commerce in the retail industry in order to guide the hybrid commerce innovation process. Using the data collected from 125 hybrid commerce organizations in Singapore, we performed a strategic group analysis to develop a taxonomy of 4 distinct types of organizations. These different forms of integrators were found to manifest performance differences. Our results provide useful insights to understand the strategic options available to manage the technological change as well as the performance implications in making the transition to different stages of hybrid commerce. Biography of speaker: Lih-Bin Oh is an Instructor and doctoral candidate in the Department of Information Systems at the National University of Singapore.
6th Psychology of Programming Interest Group Work-in-Progress Workshop Nov 16, 2009 from 04:10 PM to 11:55 PM University of Dundee, Scotland,
CITO research seminar "Proximity-based Offshore Outsourcing: Models for Globalisation Theories" Feb 25, 2005 from 04:00 PM to 06:00 PM Q233, Quinn School, Belfield,
Dr Pamela Abbott (who has recently joined us in the MIS Department and CITO) will give a research seminar entitled "Proximity-based Offshore Outsourcing: Models for Globalisation Theories" on Friday 25 February. For further details, please see the abstract below. Date: Friday 25 February Time: 4pm Venue: Q233, Quinn School of Business, BELFIELD. ALL WELCOME (please circulate) With best wishes Séamas ----------------- ABSTRACT ----------------- In this talk I will first review the major research topics explored in my PhD thesis, the abstract of which is appended below. I will then discuss my current research plans and areas in which I believe my research can engage in future. The talk is intended to inform colleagues of my general research pursuits and to encourage discussion on commonalities of interests and possible collaboration. PROXIMITY-BASED MODELS OF OFFSHORE SOFTWARE OUTSOURCING: Exploring the Concept of Location in Nearshore and Onshore Software Outsourcing Ventures The literature on offshore software outsourcing (OSO) has focused mainly on countries with large software export markets, such as India, while neglecting other developing countries which apparently lack the resources thought necessary to succeed in software development. Globalisation is seen to offer an opportunity for the development of IT industries in these neglected contexts, however, mainly due to the prevalence of information and communication networks. With the ongoing debate on globalisation and its contested effects, though, it would seem important and timely to study OSO within such under-researched contexts. This thesis thus focuses on proximity-based models of offshore outsourcing, such as nearshore and onshore outsourcing, which represent arrangements that seek to exploit geographical closeness to the client. In promoting locational competitive advantage, they seek differentiation from traditional offshore models in temporal, spatial and cultural terms. As a means of examining these claims, this thesis will explore the themes of time, space, culture and distance in OSO. An exploratory approach was employed incorporating both survey and case study methodologies. Three groups of offshore software industry stakeholders were surveyed to provide a broad-based background to the study, while three specific cases of proximity outsourcing were investigated using interpretive methods. A grounded approach to theory was adopted using the concepts of time, space, culture and distance as a guideline for analysis. The survey findings confirm an awareness by stakeholders of the significance of proximity, location and the persistence of cultural differences in OSO. The case results broadly reflect but also pose challenges to globalisation theories, such as increased economic and social integration, powerlessness of the state, economic development and the apparent irrelevance of space and time made possible by advances in IT. The thesis thus makes its contribution in both extending the debate on globalisation with respect to OSO in new contexts and adding to the under-researched area of spatio-temporal research in the IS field.
2008 Perry Award and MScBusiness Analytics Launch May 14, 2008 from 06:00 PM to 08:00 PM UCD Michael Smurfit Graduate Business School,
Knowledge, Training & Policies in the Maritime & Ports Industries Jan 22, 2009 from 08:30 AM to 04:00 PM Dublin Port,
‘The SKEMA Knowledge Base, a knowledge reference for Maritime & Logistics’
Workshop on Software Development Governance (SDG 2008) Jan 24, 2008 from 09:55 AM to 11:55 PM Leipzig, Germany,
The workshop takes place on May 12, 2008 in conjunction with the 30th International Conference on Software Engineering ® (ICSE) Leipzig, Germany
Seachtain na Gaeilge 2007 from Mar 03, 2007 08:45 AM to Mar 17, 2007 06:45 PM
Irish language week (Seachtain na Gaeilge) is being celebrated nationally and internationally at present 3-17 March 2007. For details on activities in your area take a look at: www.snag.ie. The last Bord na Gaeilge Irish Language Lunch for this term will be held at 1.20pm on Tuesday, 6 March 2007, Quinn School with guest speaker Pádhraic Ó Ciardha, Leas-Cheannasaí (Vice- Chairman) TG4. Live music and refreshments for all! Beannachtaí, Clár. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- A Chairde, Tá Seachtain na Gaeilge á cheiliúradh go hidirnáisiúnta faoi láthair, 3-17 Márta 2007 Chun eolas a fháil ar imeachtaí i do cheantair féin féach ar: www.snag.ie. Beidh an Lón le Gaeilge deireannach againn don téarma seo ag 1.20pm ar an 6 Márta, Scoil Uí Chuinn, leis an aoichainteoir Pádhraic Ó Ciardha, Leas-Cheannasaí TG4. Ceol beo agus soláistí do chách!
Spatial Analysis Workshop from Oct 20, 2005 03:10 PM to Oct 21, 2005 03:10 PM Urban Institute UCD,
Urban Institute Ireland in association with UCD Library is hosting an international workshop in Spatial Analysis Support on October 20/21st. This workshop will focus on the development of Spatial Analysis within UCD. There will be a number of international speakers from both academia and the library. We are hoping to present examples of how GIS is being use at present in UCD and discuss possible future directions for the future development of GIS capabilities within the university. The Academic perspective will be given by Dr Michael Goodchild, from the University of Santa Barbara, California. Director, Center for Spatially Integrated Social Science, University of California, Santa Barbara and chair Executive Committee, National Center for Geographic Information and Analysis. The Library perspective will be ably presented by two high profile speakers: Kimberley Kowal, Curator of Digital Mapping, British Library & Nigel James, Map Librarian, Bodleian Library Oxford.
Spring Festival at UCD 2008 Feb 08, 2008 from 07:30 PM to 09:30 PM O'Reilly Hall, Belfield,
Trade Facilitation Ireland - Council Meeting Dec 04, 2007 from 02:00 PM to 04:00 PM Quinn Building, UCD Belfield Campus,
CITO at the UCD School of Business on behalf of ITAIDE hosts the next Trade Facilitation Ireland - Council Meeting
The Dark Side of Organization from Jun 25, 2008 10:05 AM to Jun 27, 2008 11:05 PM Sheffield, UK,
In this two-day conference, we wish to explore, track, display and dis-member the ‘dark side’ of organization. We are interested in the perhaps instinctual, impulsive, non organized and hidden dynamics that influence organizing, and especially its ‘upsetting’ part.
The Dark Side of Organization Dec 08, 2007 from 10:05 AM to 11:05 PM Sheffield, UK,
Behind the Scenes, Between the Lines Dis-Membering…
The problem of the future! Feb 20, 2012 from 05:00 PM to 06:15 PM Room N203, UCD Smurfit School of Business, Blackrock,
Charlotte Brown, Lancaster University, will present a seminar titled:
Uncommonsense Making Jan 16, 2008 04:21 PM
The creation of knowledge within organizations Nov 24, 2005 from 12:00 PM to 01:30 PM Judge Business School, Cambridge,
**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.
IT Security @ UCD Course from Feb 05, 2009 09:30 AM to Feb 26, 2009 01:10 PM Daedalus Building,
Research IT Services is offering the opportunity to attend the Security @ UCD course; aimed specifically at researchers the course deals with security issues likely to be encountered on the UCD network. Places on the course are limited. The course will be delivered by the UCD IT Services Security Officer.
UKAIS 2008 from Apr 10, 2008 09:15 AM to Apr 11, 2008 06:15 PM Bournemouth University Business Schoo, Bournemouth, UK,
The Scope of Information Systems: Perspectives from Academia and Practice.
CFP: UKAIS 2008 Mar 10, 2008 from 08:15 AM to 10:15 PM Bournemouth University Business Schoo, Bournemouth, UK,
Information Systems: Perspectives from Academia and Practice
XP2008, University of Limerick. from Jun 10, 2008 08:20 AM to Jun 14, 2008 11:20 PM University of Limerick,
XP2008 - Limerick, Ireland - June 10th to 14th, 2008
XP2008, University of Limerick. Call for papers Jan 06, 2008 from 08:20 AM to 11:20 PM University of Limerick,
CFP - XP2008 - Limerick, Ireland - June 10th to 14th, 2008
XP2009 - Call for Papers Jan 22, 2009 from 12:20 AM to 11:20 PM Sardinia, Italy,
The Tenth International Conference on eXtreme Programming and Agile Processes in Software Engineering
Delegation from Xi'an and Shaanxi Provincial Government at UCD School of Business May 31, 2010 from 08:30 AM to 01:00 PM Quinn Building, Q001,
A Hybrid Approach to Learning Jan 24, 2013 12:30 PM Room Q233, Quinn Building,
Does problem-based learning (PBL), combined with Web2.0 technologies move us a little further towards the goal of student-centred self-directed learning?
Accenture Digi-Workshop and Guest Lecture Oct 27, 2015 from 04:00 PM to 06:00 PM MH201, Blackrock,
Vicky Godolphin, Head of Digital, Accenture Ireland, guest lecture on Digital Design
Accessibility and Usability: Design of Educational Games Oct 31, 2012 from 02:00 PM to 04:00 PM Room 281, DIT Bolton Street, Dublin 1,
Invitation to seminar at DIT
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Scrum 59 Minutes - Dublin Agile Seminar Nov 17, 2005 from 05:35 PM to 08:35 PM Quinn School,
The Autumn Dublin Agile Seminar will present the very special “Scrum 59 Minutes” session. This session will give attendees a unique opportunity to experience agile Scrum practices first hand in a non-technical environment. To learn more about Agile – or Scrum this is an event not to miss and is ideal for both IT and non-IT people alike.
AMCIS 2011 from Aug 04, 2011 09:00 AM to Aug 07, 2011 02:00 PM Detroit, Michigan, USA,
Americas Conference on Information Systems Detroit Marriott at the Renaissance Center 400 Renaissance Dr Detroit, MI 48243 United States
Analytics panel at RCPI Workshop Nov 19, 2013 from 02:00 PM to 04:00 PM
Analytics panel at Royal College of Physicians of Ireland workshop
Are we making a better world with ICTs? Sep 05, 2012 from 11:30 AM to 01:00 PM Quinn School of Business,
A seminar by Geoff Walsham
Getting to grips with AtlasTi for interpretive research from Apr 20, 2006 09:30 AM to Apr 21, 2006 04:30 PM Quinn School of Business, UCD, Belfield. Room Q201 day 1, Q233 day 2,
The programme structure as follows; DAY 1 THURSDAY 20 APRIL. Rm Q201 - Quinn Building, Belfield Campus. ** Module 1. with basic demonstrations taking place for first ~1.5 hours for unrestricted numbers (NOT HANDS-ON). ** Module 2. the rest of the day geared for serious ‘users’ (15 max) about to ‘use’ TOTALLY HANDS-ON. Serious users attending Module 2 must have attended Module 1. DAY 2 FRIDAY 21 APRIL. Rm Q233 - Quinn Building, Belfield Campus. ** TOTALLY HANDS-ON Master class: Focus on Team or Project specific qualitative field work. Again, for serious users (15 max). This module requires individual and group preparation prior to commencement. You will need to provide qualitative field data from your own research (e.g. primary, secondary or tertiary sources). You will use Atlas.ti actively on your own data. This session prepares you to work on your specific project and will include team logistics involved in using Atlas.ti as shared qualitative analysis tool. AFTERNOON OF DAY 2. Research Seminar: We may also arrange for a ~1+ hr research seminar hosted by BRP (in NuDIMS format) on Friday afternoon, subject to interest and agreement.
Atlas ti Research Training from Feb 01, 2007 08:30 AM to Feb 02, 2007 11:10 PM Room Q108,
Atlas Two-Day Workshop, February 1st and 2nd. Room Q108, Quinn School School Belfield. Laptop required. Those interested in attending please contact Peadar Ó Scolaí to confirm your place. The aim of this session is to provide a thorough overview of ATLAS.ti 5 and to start planning for working on a real project. The session begins with demonstration and discussion of the main aspects of the software, providing an overview of its potential and an idea of its long-term usage. The hands-on sessions ground participants in the basic tools and tasks which usually occupy them for some time in a real project. We encourage effective and flexible use of tools, whilst staying in control of the work you do in the software. The course will suit those who have looked at or used ATLAS.ti to a limited extent, and those who are complete beginners. However you should already have some idea about what your approach to qualitative data will be. The course does not teach you ‘how to do’ qualitative data analysis per se, although we raise methodological and analytic issues in discussing projects. Tasks covered: Familiarization with major attributes of the software. Assigning textual and multimedia data. Working at the textual level, exploring data. Marking - annotating - memoing - coding - basic retrieval February 2nd: 10AM Q108: Day 2 Intermediate Session : Moving on with ATLAS.ti. This session will build on the work covered in Day 1 to think in more depth about the analytic tasks and begin to use the more sophisticated tools ATLAS.ti provides. Tasks covered: Network tool - Query tool - Text searching - Autocoding – Output Object Explorer - Object Crawler Backing - up and moving projects
Call for papers: Business-to-Business E-Commerce Track (ICEC08) Feb 29, 2008 from 08:25 AM to 11:25 PM Innsbruck, Austria,
Call for Papers: Business-to-Business E-Commerce Track. International Conference on Electronic Commerce (ICEC08) in Innsbruck, August 18-22, 2008
Between Heidegger, Levinas & Derrida from Feb 08, 2013 09:00 AM to Feb 09, 2013 05:00 PM Newman House, Dublin2,
A two-day international conference focusing on the relationship between Heidegger, Levinas and Derrida
Big Data Analytics: Theory & Practice Mar 07, 2017 from 05:00 PM to 06:00 PM C302, Smurfit School,
Visiting Speaker: Shaku Atre, Big Data Analytics: Theory & Practice
19th Bled eConference eValues from Jun 05, 2006 01:35 AM to Jun 07, 2006 11:35 PM Slovenia,
The Bled eConference attracts speakers and delegates from business, government, information technology providers and universities and is the major venue for researchers working in all aspects of "e". The theme for this year's conference is eValues. There will be a variety of keynote speakers from industry, government and academe. You are encouraged to propose a research paper, a panel, a workshop, or a meeting. For more detail please see URL below. Important Dates: February 1st - Submission of papers. March 31st - Notification of acceptance. April 28th - Submission of final versions.
20th Bled eMergence from Jun 04, 2007 08:30 AM to Jun 06, 2007 11:10 PM Bled, Slovenia,
The Bled eCommerce Conference has featured research papers since its inception in 1987. A fully refereed Research Stream was established in 1995, running four parallel streams of about 50 papers each year, with an acceptance rate generally around 50%. Since 1999, Bled's Research Stream has included an Outstanding Paper Award. Commencing in 2006, a strategic partnership has been entered into with the leading journal Electronic Markets http://www.electronicmarkets.org. From 1995 to 2004, a strategic partnership existed with the leading journal, the International Journal of Electronic Commerce (IJEC), and resulted in the publication of 40 papers in a long series of Special Sections of the journal. Aside: Getting there, by train to lesce Bled railway station, connections from Munich, Salzburg and Zagreb. Places to stay; Hotel Jelovica Bled. Flights with Adria Airways to Ljubljana from many European capitals.
20th Bled eMergence - call for papers Mar 04, 2007 from 06:30 PM to 11:10 PM Bled, Slovenia,
Merging and emerging technologies, processes, and institutions. Call for papers and participation. Deadline Extended. Important Dates: Submission of papers: March 4, 2007. Notification of acceptance: March 31, 2007., Submission of final papers: April 28, 2007
21st Bled eCollaboration from Jun 15, 2008 10:30 AM to Jun 18, 2008 11:30 PM Bled, Slovenia,
The theme for this year’s conference is eCollaboration: Overcoming Boundaries Through Multi-Channel Interaction, a reference to the increasing importance of electronic collaboration and the rapidly developing opportunities for individual and organisational interaction made possible by new technology and re-configured processes.
21st Bled eCollaboration - call for papers Feb 29, 2008 from 10:35 AM to 11:35 PM Bled, Slovenia,
eCollaboration: Overcoming Boundaries Through Multi-Channel Interaction. Call for papers and participation.
Call for papers: 22nd Bled eConference Feb 13, 2009 from 11:45 AM to 11:45 PM Bled, Slovenia,
The theme for this year's conference is eEnablement: Facilitating an Open, Effective and Representative eSociety
23rd Bled eTrust from Jun 20, 2010 12:20 AM to Jun 23, 2010 11:20 PM Bled, Slovenia,
The theme for this year’s conference 'eTrust: Implications for the Individual, Enterprises and Society' is reflecting an ongoing discussion about fundamental considerations for the growth and stability of markets and communities: trust.
Breakfast briefing : Analytics For Enabling Business Strategy Oct 25, 2012 from 07:30 AM to 09:00 AM Laurence Crowley Board Room, UCD Michael Smurfit Graduate Business School,
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.
Briefing session on ISO9001:2015 Oct 23, 2015 from 07:30 AM to 09:30 AM Crowne Plaza Hotel, Santry, Northwood, Dublin 9,