Book 2006

Advances in Information Systems Development

Bridging the Gap between Academia and Industry

ISBN: 978-0-387-30834-0 (Print) 978-0-387-36402-5 (Online)

Table of contents (89 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xxiii

  2. Keynote Speeches

    1. Chapter

      Pages 1-12

      Change Analysis — Innovation and Evolution

    2. Chapter

      Pages 13-22

      The Computer — The Businessman’s Window to His Enterprises

    3. Chapter

      Pages 23-34

      Challenges in New Service Development and Value Creation through Service

  3. Co-design of Business and IT

    1. Chapter

      Pages 35-46

      Churchmanian Co-design — Basic Ideas and Application Examples

    2. Chapter

      Pages 47-58

      The Ideal Oriented Co-design Approach Revisited

    3. Chapter

      Pages 59-70

      What’s in It for Me? Co-design of Business and IS

    4. Chapter

      Pages 71-82

      Modelling of Reusable Business Processes: An Ontology-Based Approach

    5. Chapter

      Pages 83-94

      Product Characteristics Influencing Customer Communication Media Portfolio in Distance Selling Settings

    6. Chapter

      Pages 95-106

      Process Maturity and Organizational Structure as a Framework for Performance Improvements

    7. Chapter

      Pages 107-118

      Modeling Business Processes in Public Administration

    8. Chapter

      Pages 119-130

      Facilitating Learning in SPI through Co-design

    9. Chapter

      Pages 131-142

      Feasibility Study: New Knowledge Demands in Turbulent Business World

    10. Chapter

      Pages 143-154

      Co-design as Proposals, Assessments and Decisions — Stakeholder Interaction in Information Systems Development

    11. Chapter

      Pages 155-167

      Inter-Activities Management for Supporting Cooperative Software Development

    12. Chapter

      Pages 169-180

      The Socialization of Virtual Teams: Implications for ISD

    13. Chapter

      Pages 181-191

      Providing a Correct Software Design in an Environment with Some Set of Restrictions in a Communication between Product Managers and Designers

  4. Communication and Methods

    1. Chapter

      Pages 193-201

      New Document Concept and Metadata Classification for Broadcast Archives

    2. Chapter

      Pages 203-215

      Class Model Development Using Business Rules

    3. Chapter

      Pages 217-228

      Ontology-Based Evaluation and Design of Domain-Specific Visual Modeling Languages

    4. Chapter

      Pages 229-240

      Engagements as a Unifying Concept for Process Integration

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