Thursday, 26 March 2009

Interpreting information systems

This week someone suggested I look at work by Geoff Walsham on IT systems, an academic at Judge Business School, Cambridge. His name was familiar, and now I realise that I have a book by him on my desk:
Interpreting information systems in organizations
Found by chance when I was looking at the OU library shelves, but the author was one that Anthony Meehan in MCT recommended. Walsham has an interpretive approach so appropriate for what I'm doing. The book has sections on theory, case studies and major issues, so well relevant. I appreciate the recommendation.

Things come together.

Walsham, G. (1993) Interpreting information systems in organizations, Wiley, Chichester. 1118

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