Volume 23, Number 1, January 2009
: Orchestration of network instruments: a way to de-emphasize the partition between incremental change and innovation?
, Jeremy Millard
: Learning from others within the landscape of "transitional economies" and the challenge in ICT development for African countries.
: Leadership: an action research approach.
: Dialogue seminars as a tool in post graduate education.
: Reverse intergenerational learning: a missed opportunity?
: Discourses on age: confronting disputed concepts by means of dialogue.
: How E-government affects the organisational structure of Chinese government.
: ICT implementation in the health-care sector: effective stakeholders' engagement as the main precondition of change sustainability.
Volume 23, Number 2, March 2009
Social intelligence design:
a junction between engineering and social sciences
: 'Social' systems: designing digital systems that support social intelligence.
Volume 23, Number 3, May 2009
: The misery of digital organisations and the semiotic nature of IT.
: René Victor Valqui Vidal: creative and participative problem solving - the art and the science.
Volume 23, Number 4, July 2009
: Software agents and robots in mental therapy: psychological and sociological perspectives.
: Empowering the users? A critical textual analysis of the role of users in open source software development.
Vincent C. Müller
: Would you mind being watched by machines? Privacy concerns in data mining.
: Effect of retroflex sounds on the recognition of Hindi voiced and unvoiced stops.