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Growing into the project culture: organisational learning and knowledge work in an inter-organisational IS project

By Riitta Hekkala, Cathy Urquhart and Ari Heiskanen


Paper presented at the International Conference on Organizational Learning, Knowledge and Capabilities (OKLC) in Amsterdam, 26-28 April 2009. Full text is available at

Topics: Organisational Learning, Knowledge Work, Emotions, Inter-organisational IS Project, Glaserian Grounded Theory
Year: 2010
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