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The June 2016 issue of has just been published. This is a special issue of the journal that comprises Journal of Information Science (volume 42, issue 3) twelve articles developed from 54 papers presented at the held in Aberdeen in June 2015. A Information: Interactions and Impact (i3) conference guest editorial, co-authored by Peter Reid and Katie Cooper of Robert Gordon University, provides an overview of each contribution. Continue reading
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Louise Rasmussen presents on KM as management innovation at i3 (credit I. Buunk)
Seven full papers developed from presentations made at last year’s
Information: interactions and impact (i3) conference are now available online as peer-reviewed journal articles. Together they contribute to a special issue of to be published in spring 2016. Journal of Information Science ( JIS)
Two of these papers are contributions from members of my team within the
Centre for Social Informatics at Edinburgh Napier University. The first concerns Knowledge Management as a management innovation, and the other discusses the role of the census as an information source in policy-making. Continue reading
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Back in June 2015 Dr Louise Rasmussen presented a paper at the i3 conference entitled A KM implementation as management innovation: the impact of an agent of change. Louise and I have since developed this work into an article for the and it has just been accepted for publication. Journal of Information Science, The paper will appear in a special issue of the journal in June 2016.
The theme of
the paper is the introduction and adoption of a Knowledge Management programme within a large distributed public sector agency in Europe. It discusses in detail the results of research that sought to provide insight into the adoption process associated with management innovations, with a focus on decision-making. As well as extending theoretical perspectives on KM, this work developed a model that can be used by KM practitioners as a tool for project management at particular points of the management innovation process, taking into account local contexts.
full text of the accepted paper is available for download. The slides for the earlier conference presentation can also be found on my SlideShare account.
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Dr Hannah Rudman and Dr Louise Rasmussen in their graduation robes
Louise Rasmussen and Hannah Rudman who were awarded their PhDs at the Edinburgh Napier University graduation ceremony at the Usher Hall in Edinburgh today.
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The programme for has just been published. This international conference, held on a biennial basis in Aberdeen, brings together an international community of academic and practitioner researchers to explore the quality and effectiveness of the interactions between people and information, and how such interactions can bring about change. This year it takes place at the Information, interactions and impact: i3 2015 Aberdeen Business School, Robert Gordon University from Tuesday June 23rd to Friday June 26th. I’m delighted that six paper proposals that I co-authored for submission to the conference have been accepted, and they can now be seen in the programme.
Five of the six papers draw on projects currently undertaken by colleagues and research students within the
Centre for Social Informatics: Christine Irving; Lynn Killick; John Mowbray; Frances Ryan; and Louise Rasmussen. These are:
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