Publications

 

Journal publications

 

Books and book chapters

  • Sandberg J., Holmström J., Lyytinen K. (2019) Digital Transformation of ABB Through Platforms: The Emergence of Hybrid Architecture in Process Automation. In: Urbach N., Röglinger M. (eds) Digitalization Cases. Management for Professionals. Springer, Cham
  • Arvidsson, V & Holmström, J (2018). Digitalization as a Strategy Practice: What is there to Learn from Strategy as Practice Research? In Galliers, R. D. & Stein, M-K. (eds). The Routledge Companion to Management Information Systems. London: Routledge, pp. 218-231.
  • Holmström, J (2014). Leadership in context: Notes on sharing vision as a key for transformational academic leadership. In Hällgren, M (ed). Reflections on a scientific career: Behind the professor’s CV. Copenhagen: CBS Press, pp. 55-64.
  • Holmström, J (2012). On the shoulders of giants: Understanding internet-based generative platforms. In Teigland, R & Power, D (eds). Postcards from the metaverse. London: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 204-213.
  • Holmström, J., Wiberg, M, and Lund, A (2010). Industrial Informatics: Design, Use and Innovation. IGI Global. (edited book).
  • Holmström, J., Wiberg, M, and Lund, A (2010). Industrial Informatics: What We Know and What We Don’t Know. In Holmström et al. (eds), Industrial Informatics: Design, Use and Innovation. IGI Global. pp. 1-4.
  • Holmström, J., Mathiassen, L., Sandberg, J. and Wimelius, H (2010). Green IS: Steps towards a research agenda. In Holmström et al. (eds), Industrial Informatics: Design, Use and Innovation. IGI Global. pp. 187-195.
  • Tetzlaff, J & Holmström, J (2010). Organizational effects of information technology: Investigating information technology use in the context of lean manufacturing. In Holmström et al. (eds), Industrial Informatics: Design, Use and Innovation. IGI Global, pp. 157-173.
  • Augustsson, N-P & Holmström, J (2010). Living on the edge: Balancing rigor and relevance within an action research context. In Holmström et al. (eds), Industrial Informatics: Design, Use and Innovation. IGI Global. pp. 102-121.
  • Holmström, J (2008). Digitala värden och nätverk som social princip. In Cronqvist, M (ed) Hållbara värden: åtta essäer om tingens ordning och idéers bärkraft, pp. 101-116.
  • Boudreau, M-C, and Holmström, J (2007). Understanding Information Technology Implementation Failure: An Interpretive Case Study of Information Technology Adoption in a Loosely Coupled Organization. In Bello & Khosrow-Pour (eds.) Innovative Technologies for Information Resources Management, IDEA-group Inc.
  • Holmström, J (2006). Nätverksekonomins rationaliteter och irrationaliteter: Om innovationsprocesser i informationsteknikens kölvatten. In Jacobsson, R (ed.) THULE – Kungliga Skytteanska Samfundets årsbok (only in Swedish).
  • Holmström, J., and Robey, D. (2005). Understanding IT’s organizational consequences: An actor network theory approach. pp. 165-187. In Czarniawska, B. and Hernes, T. (eds.) Actor-Network Theory and Organizing. Stockholm: Liber.
  • Holmström, J. (2004). Mobile IT as Immutable Mobiles? Exploring the Enabling Qualities of a Mobile IT Application. In Wiberg, M. (Ed.) The Interaction Society: Practice, Theories, and Supportive Technologies, IDEA-group Inc.).
  • Holmström, J. (2000). Information system and organization as multi-purpose network (Ph.D dissertation). Umeå: Umeå University.

 

Conference publications

  • Mankevich, V., Holmström, J., & McCarthy, I. P. (2019). Why Zlatan Ibrahimović is Bigger Than Manchester United: Investigating Digital Traces in Co-branding Processes on Social Media Platforms. In Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, 2019, 8-11 January, Maui, USA (pp. 2729-2738).
  • Mankevich, V., Lindberg A. and Holmström, J (2018). Better Safe Than Sorry? Investigating Big Data Evangelists and Their Value Propositions. Big Data and Managing in a Digital Economy. Academy of Management Specialized Conference, University of Surrey, UK.
  • Mankevich, V & Holmström, J (2016). Gateways to Digital Entrepreneurship: Investigating the Organizing Logics for Digital Startups. Proceedings of Academy of Management, Anaheim, California.
  • Jonsson, K., Mathiassen, L., & Holmström, J. (2016). The Architecture and Materiality of IT-enabled Services: An Investigation into Appropriation of Remote Diagnostics Technology. In International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS).
  • Nylén, D & Holmström, J (2016). The Digitalization of Faith: Exploring Unbounded Digital Innovation at the Church of Sweden. Presented at the “Organizing for Digital Innovation” Workshop in Amsterdam, March 11-12, 2016.
  • Nylén, D., Holmström, J. & Lyytinen, K (2015). Racing With or Against the Machines? The Digitalization of Work across the Swedish Forestry Industry Value Chain. Presented at pre-ICIS Workshop on the Changing Nature of Work. Ft Worth, Texas, December 12, 2015.
  • Mankevich, V., Skog, D., Wimelius, H. and Holmström, J (2015). The hero with a hundred faces: the role of coopetition in innovation network evolution. Presented at Strategic Management Society (SMS) Annual International Conference, The Interplay of Competition and Cooperation: Workshop and Discussion Forum.
  • Skog, D. A., Mankevich, V., Wimelius, H. & Holmström, J (2014). Innovation Network Dynamics and the Role of Coopetition: Investigating Innovation Network Evolution. 6th Workshop on Coopetition Strategy – “Coopetition Strategy and Practice”. Umeå, Sweden.
  • Sandberg, J., Holmström, J & Lyytinen, K (2013). Platform Change:  Theorizing the Evolution of Hybrid Product Platforms in Process Automation. Platform Strategy Research Symposium, Boston, MA, USA.
  • Öbrand, L & Holmström, J (2013). Recalcitrant technologies and unfolding technologies: Exploring epistemic strategies in IT risk management. EGOS, Montreal.
  • Arvidsson, V., Holmström, J & Lyytinen, K (2012). Information Systems Strategy-asPractice. AIS SIG Prag Workshop on IT Artefact Design & Workpractice Intervention, June 10, 2012, Barcelona.
  • Skog, D. A., Nylén, D. and Holmström, J. (2012). Digital convergence from within and without: Investigating digitalization and its implications for a local newspaper. Presented at The 2012 International Symposium on Media Innovations. Oslo, Norway.
  • Öbrand, L., Augustsson, N-P., Holmström, J & Mathiassen, L (2012). The Emergence of Information Infrastructure Risk Management in IT Services. In the proceedings of HICSS-45.
  • Nylén, D & Holmström, J (2011). From forestry machines to sociotechnical hybrids: Investigating the use of digitally enabled forestry machines. In the proceedings of the IFIP WG8.2 conference in Turku, Finland.
  • Rönnbäck, L & Holmström, J (2011) A Case Against the Checklist Approach: Exploring Epistemic Strategies in IT Risk Management. In NFF 2011, Nordic Academy of Management), Stockholm, Sweden.
  • Holmström, J., Sandberg, J. & Mathiassen, L (2011). Educating Reflective Practitioners: The Design of an IT Management Masters Program. In the proceedings of the 17th AMCIS conference, Detroit, Michigan.
  • Nylén, D., Holmström, J & Levén, P (2011). Digital convergence or digital clash?: Exploring organizational adoption of social media in the newspaper industry. In NFF 2011, Nordic Academy of Management), Stockholm, Sweden.
  • Jonsson, K., Levén, P & Holmström, J (2010). From reactive to predictive e-maintenance. In 1st International Workshop and Congress on eMaintenance, Luleå 2010.
  • Augustsson, N-P., Nilsson, A & Holmström, J (2010). The Role of Context in Managing Information Infrastructure Services. In the Proceedings for ICIS 2010, St Louis, MO, USA.
  • Sandberg, J., Holmström, J, and Lyytinen, K (2010). Decelerated IT Innovation: Negotiating Global IT Innovation Initiatives in Local Settings. Proceedings of the HICSS conference, Hawaii, USA.
  • Sandberg, J., Holmström, J & Levén, P (2009). Overcoming the alliance/innovation paradox. In the proceedings of IRIS 32, Molde, Norway.
  • Sandberg, J & Holmström, J (2008) From drift to control. In the proceedings of IRIS 31, Åre, Sweden.
  • Rönnbäck, L and Holmström, J (2008). Running to stand still : Examining the role of information technology in industrial risk management. In the proceedings of ECIS 2008.
  • Westergren, U and Holmström, J (2008). Outsourcing as open innovation: Exploring trust as a precondition for the open innovation model in the process industry. In the proceedings of ICIS, Paris, France.
  • Rönnbäck, L and Holmström, J (2008). Attention shaping in risk assessment processes: An action research study. In the proceedings of IRIS31.
  • Levén, P, and Holmström, J (2008). Consumer co-creation and the ecology of innovation: A living lab approach. In the proceedings of IRIS31.
  • Truex, D., and Holmström, J (2007). Dropping Your Tools: the Diversification of the Research Agenda in Organizational Dynamics of Technology-based Innovation, proceedings of the IFIP 8.6 conference in Manchester, England.
  • Holmström, J., & Truex, D. (2006). Drop your tools: Exploring theoretical explanations of technological change. ALOIS 2006.
  • Rönnbäck, L., Jonny Holmström, J., Hanseth, O., Borg, T., Frykman, A., & Thomsson, S. (2006). Changing the installed base: Exploring IT integration challenges in the process industry. Proceedings of IRIS 29.
  • Jonsson, K., and Holmström, J. (2005). Ubiquitous computing and the double immutability of remote diagnostics technology: An exploration into six cases of remote diagnostics technology use (In the proceedings of the IFIP 8.2 conference, Cleveland, Ohio).
  • Jonsson, K., Westergren, U. H. & Holmström, J. (2004) Technologies for value creation: An exploration of embedded systems use in a business model context. Presented as Plenary Paper The 27th Information Systems Research Seminar in Scandinavia (Iris 27), Falkenberg, August 14-17.
  • Jonsson, K., Westergren, U. H., Holmström, J., and Levén, P (2003). Technology as an actor in value chain transitions: Developing after market processes with embedded systems. Presented at WISC 2003, Örebro.
  • Johansson, B-M., and Holmström, J. (2003). Richness or Reach? Exploring the activities and consequences of customer communication. Presented at WISC 2003, Örebro.
  • Holmström, J., and Truex, D. (2003). Social Theory in IS research: Some Recommendations for Informed Adaptation of Social Theories in IS research. Americans Conference on Information Systems (AMCIS), August 4-5, Tampa, FL.
  • Augustsson, N-P., Persson, T., and Holmström, J. (2003). The role of visualization techniques in infrastructure projects: Towards a technology-centered sociology of projects. NFF 2003, Reykiavik, Iceland.
  • Persson, T., Augustsson, N-P, and Holmström, J (2003). From tool to actor: The role of visualization techniques in the Botnia track project. Presented at the 26th IRIS conference in Porvoo, Finland.
  • Holmström, J., and Truex, D (2001). What does it mean to be an informed IS researcher? Recommendations for selection and use of social theories in IS research. IRIS 24, Bergen, Norway.
  • Holmström, J. (2001). Bringing technology back to the study of the socio-technical. How information technology enables and inhibits social action. 16:e nordiska företagsekonomiska ämneskonferensen, Uppsala.
  • Henfridsson, O., and Holmström, J (2001). Understanding bottom-up e-commerce: The dialectics of domestication and inscription in the context of people’s everyday lives. 16:e nordiska företagsekonomiska ämneskonferensen, Uppsala.
  • Holmström, J. (1999). “It’s as if Somebody Closed the Door.” On the Limits of Organizational Change Around Information Technology. In Pries-Heje, J et al., (Eds.): Proceedings of the Seventh European Conference on Information Systems, Copenhagen Business School: Copenhagen, Denmark, pp. 320-329.
  • Henfridsson, O., Holmström, J., and Söderholm, A. (1997). Organizational Informatics – On the Notion of Organization in Scandinavian Information Systems Research. In K. Braa & E. Monteiro (Eds.), Proceedings of IRIS20: Social Informatics. Oslo: Department of informatics, University of Oslo.
  • Holmström, J., and Stolterman, E (1996). Creativity, Communication and Systems Design Methodology. In Dahlbom, B (Ed.), Proceedings of the Nineteenth Information Systems Research Seminar In Scandinavia. Gothenburg: Department of Informatics.
  • Holmström, J. (1995). The Power of Knowledge and the Knowledge of Power. On the Systems Designer as a Translator of Rationalities. In Dahlbom, B (Ed.), Proceedings of the Eighteenth Information Systems Research Seminar In Scandinavia. Gothenburg: Department of Informatics.

 

Teaching Case

  • Appelgate, L., Nylén, D., Holmström, J., & Lyytinen, K (2012). Bonnier: Digitalizing the Media Business. Harvard Business School Case 813-073, November 2012.

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