2009

Information Systems Development

Challenges in Practice, Theory, and Education Volume 2

ISBN: 978-0-387-78577-6 (Print) 978-0-387-78578-3 (Online)

Table of contents (43 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xviii

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    Pages 601-610

    Morally Successful IT Projects

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    Pages 611-620

    The Risks of User-Supplied Content Online

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    Pages 621-636

    Evaluating Online Human Rights Resource Centres

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    Pages 637-650

    ‘Calling Passengers’ — An Ethical Problem in the Design of Self-Service Web Sites Amongst Low-Cost Airlines in Ireland

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    Pages 651-662

    Counterfactuals and Hybrid Reasoning in an Ontolog

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    Pages 663-674

    Holistic Project Management Guidelines for Information Systems Evaluation

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    Pages 675-686

    ORE: A Framework to Measure Organizational Risk Du

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    Pages 687-698

    Evaluating the Driving Factors and the Suppressing Factors Related to IS Outsourcing in Four Finnish Information Systems Organizations

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    Pages 699-707

    Strategic Dimensions of Software Development in a Supply Chain

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    Pages 709-721

    Assessment Tools as Drivers for SPI: Short-Term Benefits and Long-Term Challenges

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    Pages 723-740

    Improving Organizational Performance by Raising the Level of Business Process Orientation Maturity: Empirical Test and Case Study

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    Pages 741-752

    The Information Systems Security Process: Through and Anthropological Lens

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    Pages 753-766

    Securing Systems Intelligently: The Logical Approa

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    Pages 767-779

    Trust Ontology for Information Systems Development

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    Pages 781-793

    Model Curriculum for a Bachelor of Science Program in Business Information Systems Design (BISD 2007): Organisational Impacts

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    Pages 795-808

    Project Managers — Do They Need to Be Certified?

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    Pages 809-827

    SArt: Towards Innovation at the Intersection of Software Engineering and Art

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    Pages 829-840

    Effects of Natural Language Complexity on Student Performance in Object-Oriented Domain Analysis

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    Pages 841-852

    Facilitating Experience and Re-experience: The Role of ‘Virtualisation’ in Information Systems Development Education

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    Pages 853-865

    The Concept Map-Based Knowledge Assessment System with Reduction of Task Difficulty

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