Scandinavian Journal of Information Systems
I consider my career as rather exceptional. I think I am the only living person in Sweden who achieved a professor chair with only one international journal publication; a publication I use as an example of a totally incomprehensible text! The following is the story of how I achieved this. I first describe two important issues that have governed my decisions in the career: Being interpretivist in a dominating positivist research paradigm and my decision not to publish. This is important for understanding my interpretation of what was happening. Then I describe the four universities where I have worked, first by providing the story, then describing how the discipline developed at that place and finally some reflections on the research we conducted. I summarize by giving an historic overview of informatics as I perceive it after 44 years of teaching and finally I reflect upon my career according to my goals.
"Becoming Professor. With Almost no Publications,"
Scandinavian Journal of Information Systems: Vol. 29:
1, Article 6.
Available at: https://aisel.aisnet.org/sjis/vol29/iss1/6