LSE Department of Information Systems

In Celebration of Claudio Ciborra
27-28 March 2006

The 6th Social Study of IT workshop at the LSE

In Celebration of Claudio Ciborra

Programme, papers and presentations

The workshop will take place in the Hong Kong Theatre, Ground Floor, Clement House

The podcast files are in mpg format and can either be listened to on an embedded media player like quicktime or downloaded for later listening. Please note that the files are large (around 60MB). The content of the files are copyright to the speakers and to the LSE they can be used for private study or academic purposes but please ask for permission for other uses.

Monday 27 March

09:30 -10:00

Registration
Tea and coffee

 

10:00

Welcome Address
Hugo Banziger (Court of Governors, LSE)

podcast

10.30

Visual Thinking in Organizational Life
Richard Boland (Weatherhead School of Management)

podcast
presentation

11.30

Constructing the Digital Object of Study
Saskia Sassen (Department of Sociology, LSE)

podcast
presentation

12.30

Lunch

 

14.00

Markets of Pain: Can Information Technology Be Liberated from the Twentieth Century?
Shoshana Zuboff (Harvard Business School)

podcast
presentation

15.00

Object Lessons and Invisible Technologies
Edgar Whitley (Department of Information Systems, LSE)

podcast
paper
presentation

16.00

Tea and coffee

 

16.30

Designing Systems in Practice: transient knowledge and drifting arrangements
Giovan Francesco Lanzara (University of Bologna)

podcast
paper
presentation

17.30

Close

 

   

 

18.30

Reception
The Italian Cultural Institute - by invitation only

 


Tuesday 28 March

09.30

Oublier Foucault? Power/Knowledge and Information Systems in Liquid Modernity
Leslie Willcocks (Department of Information Systems, LSE)

podcast
paper

10.30

Integration, Complexity and Risk.
Ole Hanseth (University of Oslo)

podcast
presentation

11:30

Tea and coffee

 

12.00

E-Government and Trust in the Democratic State
Chrisanthi Avgerou and Jannis Kallinikos (Department of Information Systems, LSE)

podcast
presentation

13.00

Close of workshop

 


14.00 -
17.00

PhD Poster Session
Room D311

 

Please note times of speakers are subject to change

Teas/coffees will be available in Café Pepe (3rd Floor, Clement House) except on Tuesday 28th March when they will be served in the conference room

There is no charge for attending the workshop and refreshments will be provided. If you have any questions or comments, please email Emma Keys, Research Coordinator

To help us with our planning, please let us know if you would expect to attend.

The workshop wil be followed by the SSIT Open Research Forum on 29 and 30 March

The worshop organizers gratefully acknowledge the support of:

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