New Perspectives on Information Systems Development: Theory, Methods, and Practice / Edition 1

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This book is the proceedings of the tenth annual conference on Information Systems Development held on August 16-19, 2001. Topics covered in this volume include: theoretical foundations of information systems development, development methods for web applications, implementation of information systems strategies in new environments, user interface design, project management, quality assurance, risk and quality evaluation, information system strategies, information planning, education and training of IS personnel and users, and human, social and organizational dimensions of IS development, as well as empirical studies, case studies, and evaluation of existing methods.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780306472510
  • Publisher: Springer US
  • Publication date: 9/5/2007
  • Edition description: 2002
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 695
  • Product dimensions: 10.00 (w) x 7.00 (h) x 1.56 (d)

Table of Contents

1. Stakeholders and boundaries in strategic information systems planning: a framework for increasing sufficiency; E. Coakes, T. Elliman. 2. Gender perceptions in the IT industry; L. O'Neil, E. Walker. 3. Diagnosing metrics practices in a software organization; H.D. Frederiksen, L. Mathiassen. 4. An approach to institutionalisation of software processes; P. Pourkomeylian. 5. Interdisciplinary is competence at an individual level: a case study; S. Nordheim. 6. From information islands to a knowledge society: the case of Egypt; S. Kamel, K. Wahba. 7. Implementing the killer App: a method for implementing large business process-underpinning applications; D. Haagsman. 8. Taxis - a conceptual model to support the early stages of the ISD process; P. Morais, J.Á. Carvalho. 9. Information system development in the "E-Age"; G. Magyar, et al. 10. Necessity, challenges, and promises of Peer-to-Peer architecture of information systems; J. Král, M. Zemlicka. 11. Selection of projects in software process assessment: New perspectives; A. Sampaio. 12. Personality types of managers in development of intelligent systems; V. Kvassov. 13. Leveraging formal specifications: Integration of formal paradigms in multidimensional modeling space; R. Polovina, W. Wojtkowksi. 14. Demystifying the internet-based software artefact; F. Karlsson, et al. 15. Adding domain analysis to software development method; M. Forsell. 16. Influence of the information system function maturity in the approach to the requirements engineering; Á. Rocha, J.Á. Carvalho. 17. An analysis of extreme programming based on the classical model of management functions; P. Wendorff. 18. The production of an interactive multimedia tutorial: a case study; P. Sobreperez. 19. Changes in organisational languages during information systems development; K. Axelsson. 20. Impact of end user computing on is development: a study of is usage in an engineering organization; M.E. Jennex. Modelling. 21. Entity-media modelling: conceptual modelling for multimedia database design; V. Hobbs, D. Pigott. 22. An explorative study into the influence of business goals on the practical use of enterprise modelling methods and tools; A. Persson, J. Stirna. 23. Workflow application modelling using SDL and UML; P. Olmer, C. Vrana. 24. API's for XML: DOM, SAX, and JDOM; Yin-Wah Chiou. 25. Using XSL in is development; K. Richta. Technical issues. 26. Multimedia multi-user communication service for QOS improvement in wireless ATM; Hoon-ki Kim, Jae-il Jung. 27. Intelligent farmer model for network management agent design of IMT-2000; S.-H. Park. 28. Chained bucket hashing method for real time processing in mobile telecommunication; Kew-Yung Lee, et al. Collaborative systems. 29. A multi-agent virtual seminar system (MAVIS) in collaborative distance learning; ChingMiin Duh, et al. 30. Collaboration in information seeking: a case of knowledge work in evidence based health care; G. Fennessy. 31. Towards enhanced automated support for collaborative software requirements management; M. Lang, J. Duggan. Theory. 32. Incorporating human, social, and organisational dimensions into IS development; J.M. Coakes. 33. Perspectives on it and organisational change: some implications for ISD; B.E. Munkvold. 34. Choosing a philosopher of science for ISD; M.F. Chester. Database systems. 35. The strategic role of customer databases in E-marketing; J. Unold. 36. Comparison of the performance of several data mining techniques for loan-granting decisions; J. Zurada. 37. Database connectivity; S. Ivanov, J.H. Carson. 38. Data is executed policy: a case study; M.M. Gorman. 39. A methodology for multimedia database design; V. Hobbs, D. Pigott. 40. XML in the stars: a new approach to data warehouse; J. Pokorný. Methodology. 41. Transforming a method department: from technology supplier to service provider; I. Andersson, et al. 42. Transferring a method for pre-usage evaluations of case-tools: a case study; A. Rehbinder, et al. E-Commerce. 43. Trust and confidence in E-commerce; M. Saeedi. 44. Creating a successful web presence by a leading manufacturer of memory products: a case study; S.W. Tabor, W. Wojtkowski. 45. Electronic commerce strategy development; M. Pankowska. 46. Building interactive relationships between customers and suppliers: an E-business information management system; N. Karacapilidis, I. Sideridis. IS Education. 47. Mutual learning and informing between academia and practice in ISD: a learning theory perspective; M.K. Sein, et al. 48. Continuous quality measurement in higher education: using a client-server decision support model (QMS©); S. Dey, et al. 49. Experiential learning within computer information systems courses: integrating service projects; J.A. Hoxmeier. Knowledge management. 50. The principal synergist: combating confusion in knowledge management; L. O'Neil-Cooper, E. Cowan. 51. Enterprise resource planning and knowledge management systems: synergistic solutions? J. Huang, et al. 52. Organisational Knowledge in IS: a tool to support is intervention methodologies; M.F. Castro Lopes, L.A. do Armaral. Project Management Issues. 53. Coping with client-based peopleproblems': How experienced is project managers say they do it; T. Moynihan, H. Duncan. 54. Political influence, organisational structure and managerial co-ordination in virtual teams: microsoft and the commonwealth bank of Australia; L. Carver, et al. 55. Evaluating rigorous project management and control mechanisms for prototyping and rapid application development: a case study of functional prototyping; M.A. Stephens, R. Moreton. Author Index.
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