Mark Thompson

Publications

Books

Brown A, Fishenden J, Thompson M (2014). Digitizing Government., Palgrave Macmillan UK DOI.

Journal articles

Thompson M, Faik I, Walsham G (2019). Designing for ICT-Enabled Openness in Bureaucratic Organizations: Problematizing, Shifting and Augmenting Boundary Work. Journal of the Association for Information Systems  Abstract.  Full text. DOI.
Brown A, Fishenden J, Thompson M, Venters W (2017). Appraising the impact and role of platform models and Government as a Platform (GaaP) in UK Government public service reform: Towards a Platform Assessment Framework (PAF). Government Information Quarterly, 34(2), 167-182.  Abstract.  Full text. DOI.
Thompson M, Komoporozos-Athanasiou A, fotaki M (2017). Performing accountability in health research: a socio-spatial framework. Human Relations, 71(9), 1264-1287. Full text. DOI.
Thompson M, Willmott H (2016). The social potency of affect: Identification and power in the immanent structuring of practice. HUMAN RELATIONS, 69(2), 483-506. Author URL.  Full text. DOI.
thompson M, Komporozos-Athanasiou A (2015). The role of emotion in enabling and conditioning public deliberation outcomes: a macro-level analysis. Public Administration, 93(4), 1138-1151. Full text. DOI.
thompson M (2014). Similarity and Difference: the shared ontology and diverse epistemologies of practice theory. A review of. Davide Nicolini (2012) Practice Theory, Work & Organization: an Introduction. Oxford: Oxford University Press. (PB, pp. 320, US$40.50, ISBN 978-0199231591). Ephemera Full text.
Fishenden J, Thompson M (2013). Digital government, open architecture, and innovation: Why public sector it will never be the same again. Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory, 23(4), 977-1004.  Abstract. DOI.
Thompson M (2012). People, practice, and technology: Restoring Giddens' broader philosophy to the study of information systems. INFORMATION AND ORGANIZATION, 22(3), 188-207. Author URL.  Full text. DOI.
Thompson M (2011). ONTOLOGICAL SHIFT OR ONTOLOGICAL DRIFT? REALITY CLAIMS, EPISTEMOLOGICAL FRAMEWORKS, AND THEORY GENERATION IN ORGANIZATION STUDIES. ACADEMY OF MANAGEMENT REVIEW, 36(4), 754-773. Author URL.  Full text. DOI.
Thompson M, Walsham G (2010). ICT Research in Africa: Need for a Strategic Developmental Focus. INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY FOR DEVELOPMENT, 16(2), 112-127. Author URL. DOI.

Chapters

Komporozos-Athanasiou A, Thompson M (2015). The Social Spaces of Accountability in Hybridized Healthcare Organizations. In  (Ed) Managing Change, Palgrave Macmillan UK, 206-221. DOI.
thompson M, Holgeid K (2013). A reflection on why large projects fail. In  (Ed) The governance of large-scale projects: linking citizens and the state, Baden-Baden: Nomos Verlagsgesellschaft, 219-244.

Conferences

Thompson M (2019). "The death of the vertical! What transforming really means.". Transformation through Technology Conference, 24 May 2012, the Barbican, London, UK. London.
Pujadas R, Thompson M, Venters W, Wardley S (2019). Building situational awareness in the age of service ecosystems. 27th European Conference on Information Systems: Information Systems for a Sharing Society. Stockholm. 8th - 14th Jun 2019  Abstract.  Full text.
Thompson M (2019). Chair's opening remarks. 13th Annual National Digital Conference. London.
Wollmann S, Ducuara AF, Qiang X, Tasker JF, Zhou X, Wang J, Wilkes CM, Loke T, O'Gara S, Kling L, et al (2019). Maximisation of quantum correlations under local filtering operations.  Abstract.
Thompson M, Holgeid K, Stray V, Krogstie J (2018). Strategizing for Successful IT Projects in the Digital Era. International Research Workshop on IT Project Management 2018, Association for Information Systems AIS. San Francisco.  Abstract.  Full text.
Thompson M (2017). Chair's opening remarks. 12th Annual National Digital Conference. London.
Thompson M (2016). Chair's opening remarks. ND16: Building the Nation's Digital DNA. London.
Thompson M (2015). Digital: Chair's opening remarks. 10th annual National Digital Conference (ND15). London.
Thompson M (2014). "Digital and the forthcoming election.". How Technology can Reinvent Government, Policy Exchange Media Roundtable, 4 April 2014, London, UK. London.
Thompson M (2014). "Embracing platforms (Chair and opening remarks).". Govnet Government ICT 2014 Conference, 14 January 2014, QEII Conference Centre, London, England. London.
Thompson M (2014). "Preparing for political change.". SOCITM Spring Conference, 9 April 2014, the Barbican, London, UK. London.
Thompson M, Komporozos-Athanasiou A (2014). A performative framework for measuring accountability in healthcare organizations. Biennial International Conference in Organisational Behaviour in Health Care (9th), 23-25 April 2014. Copenhagen Business School, Copenhagen, Denmark. 23rd - 23rd Apr 2014
Thompson M, Komporozos-Athanasiou A (2014). Using affect theory to conceptualise emotion in patient and public involvement. EGOS (European Group for Organizational Studies), 30th EGOS Colloquium, Rotterdam, the Netherlands, July 3–5, 2014. Rotterdam. 3rd - 5th Jul 2014
Thompson M (2013). "Developing digital capacity (Chair and opening/closing remarks).". Digital Leaders' Conference, 3-4 December 2013, Microsoft UK, London, England. Lodon.
Thompson M (2013). "Digital government and platform.". Digital Panel, Conservative Party Conference, 29 September 2013, Manchester, UK. Manchester.
Thompson M (2013). "Digital government and platforms.". Digital Panel, Labour Party Conference, 23 September 2013, Brighton, UK. Brighton.
Thompson M (2013). "Going digital (Chair and opening/closing remarks).". National Digital Conference, 11-12 June 2013, Congress Centre, London, England. London.
Thompson M (2013). "Public ICT for the future (Chair and opening remarks).". Govnet Government Technology 2.0 Conference, 25 September 2013, QEII Conference Centre, London, England. London.
Thompson M (2013). "The death of the vertical: government's new IT strategy (Keynote).". Transforming the Public Sector and Focusing on Growth: E-government Conference (Boussias Conferences), 16 May 2013, Athens, Greece. Athens.
Thompson M (2012). "Digital government, open architecture, and innovation: why nothing can be the same again." In. the Charity and Finance Directors Association (CFDG) Annual IT Conference. Royal College of Surgeons, London, UK. London.
Thompson M (2012). "The death of the vertical! Grasping cloud's implications for the public sector.". Govnet Next Steps for Government ICT Conference, 13 September 2012, QE11 Conference Centre, London, UK. London.
Thompson M (2012). Doing business with SMEs. HM Government Public Procurement Briefing 2012: Driving a Culture of Innovation and Enterprise with SMEs. Lodon.
Thompson M (2012). Keynote panel discussion with Lord Freud, Paula Venellis (Chief Executive of the Post Office) and Lord Erroll on public sector organisational reform.". Go On: ND2012, National Digital Conference (7th), 30-31 May 2012, Old Billingsgate, London, UK. London. 30th - 31st May 2012
Thompson M (2011). "Digital government, open architecture, and innovation: why nothing can be the same again.". SOCITM (Society of Information Technology Management) Conference, 1 December 2011, Birmingham NEC, Birmingham, UK. Birmingham.
Thompson M (2010). Ontological creep within organisation studies: the case of communities of practice. EGOS Colloquium, 26th, 28 June-3 July 2010, Lisbon, Portugal. Lisbon. 28th Jun - 3rd Jul 2010

Reports

Thompson M (2011). Additional Written Evidence. Government and IT— “a recipe for rip-offs”: time for a new approach. House of Commons Public Administration Select Committee. London, House of Commons
Thompson M, Maxwell L, Fishenden J, Heath W, Sowler J, Rowlins P, Wardley S (2010). Better for Less: How to make British government IT save money.  https://www.scribd.com/document/37020044/Better-for-Less, Network for the Post-Bureaucratic Age Author URL.
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