Professor Emeritus of Management Studies (Information Systems)
BA, MA (University of Oxford), MSc (University of Warwick), LittD (University of Cambridge)
Professor Walsham worked for four years as an operational research analyst at BP Chemicals before taking up academic posts in operational research and then information systems. He has extensive international experience having worked as a teacher, researcher or consultant in over 25 countries in Europe, the Americas, Africa and Asia. He was part of the senior management team for the telecommunications company Analysys during its start-up and early growth phases. Professor Walsham has also held university management posts including being Director of the Cambridge MBA. He has wide editorial experience, having been a Senior Editor of both MIS Quarterly and Information Systems Research, and he is currently an editorial board member of a number of other academic journals.
Professor Walsham has held lectureships at Mindanao State University in the Philippines, the University of Nairobi in Kenya, and the University of Cambridge, and a professorship at the University of Lancaster.
Walsham, G. (1993) Interpreting information systems in organizations. Chichester: Wiley.
Walsham, G. (2006) "Doing interpretive research." European Journal of Information Systems, 15(3): 320-330
Vaast, E. and Walsham, G. (2009) "Trans-situated learning: supporting a network of practice with an information infrastructure." Information Systems Research, 20(4): 547-564 (DOI: 10.1287/isre.1080.0228)
Walsham, G. (2012) "Are we making a better world with ICTs? Reflections on a future agenda for the IS field." Journal of Information Technology, 27(2): 87-93 (DOI: 10.1057/jit.2012.4)
Vaast, E. and Walsham, G. (2013) "Grounded theorizing for electronically mediated social contexts." European Journal of Information Systems, 22(1): 9-25 (DOI: 10.1057/ejis.2011.26)
Barrett, M., Heracleous, L. and Walsham, G. (2013) "A rhetorical approach to IT diffusion: reconceptualizing the ideology-framing relationship in computerization movements." MIS Quarterly, 37(1): 201-220
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