Commisso, Trine Hald, Norbjerg, Jacob, Pries-Heje, Jan (Eds.)
2014, X, 133 p. 20 illus.
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This book contains the refereed proceedings of the 5th Scandinavian Conference on Information Systems, SCIS 2014, held in Ringsted, Denmark, in August 2014.
The theme for this book as well as for the conference is “Designing Human Technologies.” The theme combines the interplay of people with technology—a classic theme in Scandinavian information systems research—with a growing interest within the IS research field in design and design science research. The nine papers accepted for SCIS 2014 were selected from 22 submissions.
Content Level »Research
Keywords »ERP - XP - agile software development - collaboration - collaborative computing systems - design science - enterprise crowdsourcing - enterprise resource planning - service design - social computing systems
Service Design and Coevolution of an Emerging SME Wellness Ecosystem.- XP in a Small Software Development Business: Adapting to Local Constraints.- Wrestling with Social Media on Information Systems’ Home Ground.- Designing Scientific Creativity.- Eight Types of Relationships between Stakeholders in ERP Development Networks: A Case Study of Three Large Enterprises.- Designing Virtual Collaboration Environment for Distance Learners: Exploring Socialization as a Basis for Collaboration.- Architecting in Large and Complex Information Infrastructures.- The Impact of Enterprise Crowdsourcing on Company Innovation Culture: The Case of an Engineering Consultancy.- Electronic Communication between Citizens and Healthcare Practitioners: An Analysis of Practitioner Reported Obstacles.