Section One. The CIO before ICT Introduction 3. Black, A. (2007). The 'information officer' in Britain before the age of the computer. 4. Brunt, R.M. (2007). The information officer as intelligence officer: aspects of information management in British military intelligence 1909-45. 5. Bryant, A. (2007). Information and the CIO. Section Two. Rising above objectivism and subjectivism Introduction 6. Huizing, A. (2007). Objectivist by default: Why information management needs a new foundation. 7. Huizing, A. (2007). The value of a rose: Rising above objectivism and subjectivism. 8. Choo, C.W. (2007). Social use of information in organizational groups. Section Three. ICT, Strategy and Identity Introduction 9. Introna, L.D. (2007). Thoughts on becoming (or being) technological. 10. Ilharco, F. (2007). Strategy without Theory. 11. Introna, L.D. (2007). Strategy-as-Identity: An autopoietic contribution to the IS/IT strategy debate. 12. Brigham, M. and Introna, L.D. (2007). Strategy as Hospitality, Bricolage and Enframing: Lessons from the Identities and Trajectories of Information Technologies. Section Four. ICT (Out)sourcing Introduction 13. Hirschheim, R. and George, B. (2007). Three Waves of Information Technology Outsourcing. 14. Willcocks, L., Lacity, M. and Cullen, S. (2007). Information Technology Sourcing: Reflections and Lessons 1991-2007. 15. Cumps, B., Dedene, G.. and Viaene, S. (2007). ICT-Outsourcing: A resource-based Information Management Perspective. 16. Dedene, G. and Heene, A. (2007). Operational Pitfalls and Opportunities in Offshore Software Development. Section Five. Customer Oriented Innovation Introduction 17. Segers, J., den Hertog, P. and Bouwman, H. (2007). The Organization of Innovation in Service Firms. Evidence from four Dutch Service Firms. 18. Vries, E.J. de (2007). Service Innovation and Service Positioning Strategies. 19. Wigand, R.T. (2007). Web2.0: Disruptive Technology or Is Everything Miscellaneous? 20. Slagter, R., Fielt, E. and Janssen, W. (2007). Real business in virtual worlds: First insights. Section Six. Designing Information and Organizations Introduction 21. Boland, R.J. (2007). Blurring the Boundaries of Information and Organization: Morphogenesis in Design. 22. Gal, U., Yoo, Y. and Lyytinen, K. (2007). Boundary Matters: Boundary Objects, Boundary Practices, and the Shaping of Organisational Identities. 23. Hovorka, D.S. and Germonprez, M. (2007). Design Theorizing: A Kantian Inquiring Approach. 24. Avital, M. (2007). Fostering Innovation through Generative Systems Design.