Ida Lindgren
Ida Lindgren
Associate professor in information systems, Linköping university, Sweden
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Electronic services in the public sector: A conceptual framework
I Lindgren, G Jansson
Government Information Quarterly 30 (2), 163-172, 2013
2292013
Public e-services for agency efficiency and citizen benefit—Findings from a stakeholder centered analysis
K Axelsson, U Melin, I Lindgren
Government Information Quarterly 30 (1), 10-22, 2013
1562013
Exploring the importance of citizen participation and involvement in e‐government projects: Practice, incentives, and organization
K Axelsson, U Melin, I Lindgren
Transforming Government: People, Process and Policy, 2010
1482010
Close encounters of the digital kind: A research agenda for the digitalization of public services
I Lindgren, CØ Madsen, S Hofmann, U Melin
Government Information Quarterly 36 (3), 427-436, 2019
842019
Digital government transformation: a case illustrating public e-service development as part of public sector transformation
I Lindgren, AF van Veenstra
Proceedings of the 19th Annual International Conference on Digital …, 2018
302018
Emerging forms of inter-organizational and cross-sector collaborations in e-government initiatives: Implications for participative development of information systems
S Pilemalm, I Lindgren, E Ramsell
Transforming Government: People, Process and Policy, 2016
292016
Public e-Service Stakeholders: A study on who matters for public e-service development and implementation
I Lindgren
Linköping University Electronic Press, 2013
282013
Developing public e-services for several stakeholders-A multifaceted view of the needs for an e-service
K Axelsson, U Melin, I Lindgren
202009
Using microworlds to understand cultural influences on distributed collaborative decision making in C2 settings
I Lindgren, K Smith
Proceedings of the 11th The International Command and Control Research and …, 2006
192006
A case study of information and communication technology in emergency management training
R Woltjer, I Lindgren, K Smith
International Journal of Emergency Management 3 (4), 332-347, 2006
192006
Time to refuel the conceptual discussion on public e-services–revisiting how e-services are manifested in practice
I Lindgren, U Melin
International Conference on Electronic Government, 92-101, 2017
162017
Not another new wine in the same old bottles–Motivators and innovation in local government e-service development
J Holgersson, I Lindgren, U Melin, K Axelsson
162017
Exploring User Participation Practice in Public E‑Service Development–Why, How and in Whose Interest?
J Holgersson, U Melin, I Lindgren, K Axelsson
Electronic Journal of e-Government 16 (1), pp72‑86-pp72‑86, 2018
152018
National patterns of teamwork during an emergency management simulation
I Lindgren, K Smith
Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting 50 (3 …, 2006
142006
Fourth generation of user-centered design–developing for e-government and cross-sector collaborations
S Pilemalm, I Lindgren, E Ramsell
Electronic Government and Electronic Participation, 178-192, 2015
122015
Stakeholder involvement in public e-service development–broadening the scope of user involvement
I Lindgren
Electronic Government and Electronic Participation: Joint Proceedings of …, 2014
102014
It takes three points to define a common ground: breathing apparatus fire-fighters’ communication during rescue operations
I Lindgren, R Hirsch, P Berggren
Journal of pragmatics 39 (9), 1482-1502, 2007
102007
Stakeholder salience changes in an e-government implementation project
K Axelsson, U Melin, I Lindgren
International Conference on Electronic Government, 237-249, 2013
92013
Towards a conceptual framework for identifying public e-service stakeholders: on where to start looking
I Lindgren
IFIP EGOV and IFIP ePart 2012, 3-6 September, Kristiansand, Norway, 175-183, 2012
92012
Putting" public" back into public e-services: a conceptual discussion
G Jansson, I Lindgren
EGOV and ePart 2012, 202-214, 2012
82012
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