By C. Avgerou, G. Lanzara, L. Willcocks
Claudio Ciborra was once the most cutting edge thinkers within the box of knowledge structures. This booklet explains the highbrow contribution of Ciborras paintings in a considerable introductory bankruptcy, includes the main major of his articles, and gives a pattern of analysis that pulls from his rules.
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