Faculty Member: Ramirez, Alejandro

Information Technologies in the Age of Globalization (Las Tecnologías de la Información en la Era de la Globalización)

Ramirez, A. (2009), “Information Technologies in the Age of Globalization”/”Las Tecnologías de la Información en la Era de la Globalización”, The Centre of International Competition of the ITESM Campus Querétaro, September 4.

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Digital Strategies: Communication, Cooperation, Collaboration and Connectivity (Estrategias Digitales: Comunicación, Cooperación, Colaboración, y Conectividad)

Ramirez, A. (2009), “Digital Strategies: Communication, Cooperation, Collaboration and Connectivity”/”Estrategias Digitales: Comunicación, Cooperación, Colaboración, y Conectividad”, ITESM Campus Querétaro (as part of their Academic Leaders Program), September 1.

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Validating a Knowledge Transfer Framework in the Health Services

Orendorff, D., A. Ramirez, and E. Coakes (2008), “Validating a Knowledge Transfer Framework in the Health Services”. Bos, L., B. Blobel, A. Marsh and D. Carroll (eds.), In Medical and Care Compunetics 5, Series Studies in Health Technology and Informatics, Amsterdam, Netherlands: IOS Press, 116-129.

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Capturing and Evaluating Segments: Using Self-Organizing Maps and K-Means in Market Segmentation

Lien, C., A. Ramirez, and G. Haines (2006), “Capturing and Evaluating Segments: Using Self-Organizing Maps and K-Means in Market Segmentation”. Asian Journal of Management and Humanity Sciences, 1(1), 1-13.

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Whose Knowledge is It, Anyway? Sharing Knowledge in the Corporation of the New Millennium

Ramirez, A. (2006), “Whose Knowledge is It, Anyway? Sharing Knowledge in the Corporation of the New Millennium”. Proceedings, 1st International BIOPOM Conference – Future Challenges and Current Issues in Business Information, Organisation and Process Management, June 29.

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Information Systems Success and Failure: the Domains of Permanent Human Concerns

Ramirez, A. (2006), “Information Systems Success and Failure: the Domains of Permanent Human Concerns”. Joint meeting of the British Computer Society’s Sociotechnical Group and members of the BIOPOM Centre, Westminster Business School, London, England.

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Phenomenology as a Research Methodology in Information Systems

Ramirez, A. (2006), “Phenomenology as a Research Methodology in Information Systems”. Seminar Series, Westminster School of Business, Westminster University, London, England, May 23, 2006.

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