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"Who is in charge and whose rules are followed?": power in an intra-organisational IS project

By Riitta Hekkala, Cathy Urquhart and Netta Ivari


Paper presented at the 17th European Conference on Information Systems in Vienna, 8-10 June 2009. Full texst is available at

Topics: Interorganisational Systems, Interpretivist Research, Power, Grounded Theory
Year: 2010
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