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Publications

  • Friedland, B. (2003) Patterns of Thought: An Alternative Approach to Technology Design, Essay submitted to the Computer Professionals for Social Responsibility (9 pages).
  • Friedland, B (2006) Applying Activity Theory in the Design of Usable Software: How Personal Beliefs Shape the Use of Tools, Master of Arts Thesis, Interdisciplinary Computer Science (69 pages), Mills College. Supervisors: Chris Brown, Almudena Konrad, Ellen Spertus, and Julie Zelenski.
  • Friedland, B., & Frank, V. (2008). On Strategy, Organization, and Process (25 pages). Luminous Group Consulting, LLC.
  • Seligman, M., Dillinger, M., Friedland, B., & Cain, G. R. (2009, May 26). Speech-enabled language translation system and method enabling user supervision of translation and speech recognition accuracy. US Patent 7539619.
  • Covey, T., Farrow, D., Friedland, B., Francis-Lang, H., McCarthy, J., Purvis, N., Putta, S., Rosen, D., Soper, D., Spellmeyer, D. (2009, 10 June) Methods and Apparatus Related to Management of Experiments. US Patent Application 12/501,274. 
  • Friedland, B., & Yamauchi, Y. (2011). Reflexive design thinking: putting more human in human-centered practices. ACM Interactions, 18(2), pp. 66–71. ACM. doi:10.1145/1925820.1925835
  • Friedland, B., (2012). Leadership and the Role of Computational Objects (Poster), In The 7th Annual Joint University of Liverpool Management School and Keele University, Institute for Public Policy and Management Symposium on Current Developments in Ethnographic Research in the Social and Management Sciences. Liverpool, UK.
  • Friedland, B., 2013. Leadership practice and computational objects: a theoretical perspective. In The 8th Annual Liverpool Symposium on Current Developments in Ethnographic Research in the Social and Management Sciences. Amsterdam.
  • Friedland, B., 2014. Iterative innovation: The case of pair emailing. In Proceedings of the 9th International Conference on Organizational Learning, Knowledge and Capabilities. Oslo.
  • Friedland, B., 2014. Agency, practices of leadership, and the roles of computational objects. In SCOT2014: Social construction of technology coming of age: new challenges and opportunities ahead. Trondheim.
  • Friedland, B., 2014. Agency, practices of leadership, and the roles of computational objects. In OAP2014: 4th Organizations, Artifacts and Practices (OAP) Workshop.
  • Friedland, B., 2014. Purpose, Leadership, and Computational Objects. In 6th Developing Leadership Capacity Conference: The New Romantics of Responsible Leadership. Lancaster.
  • Friedland, B., 2014. Leadership in everyday practice: Pair programming and computational objects. In The 13th International Studying Leadership Conference. Copenhagen.