Intergroup Collaboration: An Examination through the Lenses of Identity and IT Affordances

A growing body of research in management and social-psychology focuses on the study of collaboration and intergroup dynamics (e.g. Murase et al. 2014; Thomas, Martin and Riggio 2013). Among this research, an emerging stream has considered the concept of identity, which is described as the set of meanings that define who one is as a [...]

Finnish BIM Pioneers: Like Hackers Architects in a Community Studio

Building Information Modeling (BIM) is the “process by which a digital representation of a building’s physical and functional characteristics is created, maintained, and shared as a knowledge resource. Since the early 2000s, BIM has become a necessary part of new building construction” (Briscoe, 2015: 1). But in Finland, a leading country with BIM and architecture1, [...]