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Stig Bjørnar Nordheim

Associate Professor

Associate Professor, PhD

E-mail:
stig.nordheim@uia.no
Telephone:
38 14 16 10
Mobile:
915 90 956
Office:
H1008 ( Universitetsveien 25, Kristiansand )
Website:
http://www.uia.no/no/portaler/om_universitetet/oekonomi_og_samfunnsvitenskap/informasjonssystemer/ansatte_iis/nordheim_stig
Department:
Department of Information Systems

Background

Research areas and fields of interest:

  • Organizational implementation of information systems
  • Information systems development practice
  • Learning processes and user training
  • Hermeneutics 
  • Dialectics

Last changed: 2012-03-16 12:22:12

Publications

  • Omland Hans Olav, Nordheim Stig, DESIGNING A LEARNING ENVIRONMENT FOR ISD: THE ROLE OF ENCOUNTERS AND EPISODES (2017). NOKOBIT - Norsk konferanse for organisasjoners bruk av informasjonsteknologi . ISSN 1892-0748. 25 (1), s -
  • Nordheim Stig, Omland Hans Olav, COURSE INTEGRATION: DESIGN FOR BETTER LEARNING? (2016). NOKOBIT - Norsk konferanse for organisasjoners bruk av informasjonsteknologi . ISSN 1892-0748.
  • Nordheim Stig, Moseid-Vårhus Kai R., Bærø Arnfinn Min, Understanding Contradictions in Enterprise System Implementations: A case for Stakeholder Theory (2014).
  • Nordheim Stig Openness versus security: A challenging enterprise system case (2013).
  • Wale-Kolade Adeola Yetunde, Nordheim Stig, Usability Work in Limbo: Barriers to the Integration of Usability Work in Agile Development (2013).
  • Sein Maung Kyaw, Nordheim Stig, Päivärinta Tero, Research-in-progress: reframing a knowledge level framework (2012).
  • Nordheim Stig Towards Understanding Contradictions in Enterprise System Implementations - Insights from a Case Study (2011).
  • Sein Maung, Nordheim Stig, Learning Processes in User Training: The Case for Hermeneutics (2010).
  • Flak Leif Skiftenes, Nordheim Stig, Munkvold Bjørn Erik, Analyzing stakeholder diversity in G2G efforts: Combining descriptive stakeholder theory and dialectic process theory (2008). e-Service Journal . ISSN 1528-8226. 6 (2), s 3 - 23
  • Nordheim Stig Corporate User Representatives and the Dialectics of Enterprise Systems: A Quest for Social Actors with Political Skill (2008).
  • Nordheim Stig Towards a dialectic understanding of Enterprise Systems ? Vendor challenges and contradictory rhetoric (2007).
  • Nordheim Stig, Päivärinta Tero, Implementing enterprise content management: from evolution through strategy to contradictions out-of-the-box (2006). European Journal of Information Systems . ISSN 0960-085X. 15 (6), s 648 - 662
  • Flak Leif Skiftenes, Nordheim Stig, Stakeholders, Contradictions and Salience: An Empirical Study of a Norwegian G2G effort (2006).
  • Omland Hans Olav, Nordheim Stig, DESIGNING A LEARNING ENVIRONMENT FOR ISD: THE ROLE OF ENCOUNTERS AND EPISODES (2017). NOKOBIT - Norsk konferanse for organisasjoners bruk av informasjonsteknologi . ISSN 1892-0748. 25 (1), s -
  • Nordheim Stig, Omland Hans Olav, COURSE INTEGRATION: DESIGN FOR BETTER LEARNING? (2016). NOKOBIT - Norsk konferanse for organisasjoners bruk av informasjonsteknologi . ISSN 1892-0748.
  • Nordheim Stig, Moseid-Vårhus Kai R., Bærø Arnfinn Min, Understanding Contradictions in Enterprise System Implementations: A case for Stakeholder Theory (2014).
  • Wale-Kolade Adeola Yetunde, Nordheim Stig, Usability Work in Limbo: Barriers to the Integration of Usability Work in Agile Development (2013).
  • Nordheim Stig Openness versus security: A challenging enterprise system case (2013).
  • Sein Maung Kyaw, Nordheim Stig, Päivärinta Tero, Research-in-progress: reframing a knowledge level framework (2012).
  • Nordheim Stig, Sein Maung Kyaw, Päivärinta Tero, Research-In-Progress: Reframing a Knowledge Level Framework (2012).
  • Nordheim Stig Towards Understanding Contradictions in Enterprise System Implementations - Insights from a Case Study (2011).
  • Nordheim Stig WikiLeaks og motsetninger (2010). Fedrelandsvennen . ISSN . s 1 -
  • Sein Maung, Nordheim Stig, Learning Processes in User Training: The Case for Hermeneutics (2010).

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