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KIRKHAM, Sandra and Cox, S (2017) Understanding the Contribution and Challenges of using Soft Systems Methodology to Facilitate Cultural Change: A Case Study in the UK Public Sector’. In: 14th Conference of the Italian Chapter of AIS [Association for Information Systems, October 6th-7th 2017, University of Milano.

KIRKHAM, Sandra and Virsam, K (2017) ‘An Exploratory Study into University Lecturers’ perceptions regarding the introduction of the Flip Curriculum: Fool’s Gold or Golden Egg? In: the HEA Annual Conference 2017.

KIRKHAM, Sandra and Feldman, G (2017) Using Rich Pictures to Represent Stakeholder’s Role during Enterprise Systems Upgrade Decisions’. In: the 3rd International Workshop on Socio-Technical Perspectives in IS development [STPIS’17] co-located with 29th International Conference on Advanced Information Systems Engineering, 13th June 2017, Essen, Germany.

KIRKHAM, Sandra, Cox, S, Love, E and Mayouf, M (2017) ‘Using a Socio-Technical Approach to Explore Perceptions of the Graffiti Culture’. In: 3rd International Workshop on Socio-Technical Perspectives in IS development [STPIS’17] co-located with 29th International Conference on Advanced Information Systems Engineering, June 13 2017, Essen, Germany.

KIRKHAM, Sandra (2016) ‘The design and delivery of practice-based undergraduate programmes in partnership with industry and HEI’s’. In: EAIR 38th Annual Forum, August - September 2016, Birmingham.

KIRKHAM, Sandra (2016) Politics in Organisational Change: Insights derived from two applications of soft systems methodology. In: Politics in Organisational Change: Insights derived from two applications of soft systems methodology’, April 2016, Oxford.

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