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We have a platform, but nobody builds on it – what influences Platform-as-a-Service post-adoption?

Frederik Wulf, Markus Westner, Susanne Strahringer
2022 International Journal of Information Systems and Project Management  
When higher-level management of a company has strategically decided to adopt Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) as a Cloud Computing (CC) delivery model, decision-makers at lower hierarchy levels still need  ...  to decide whether they want to post-adopt PaaS for building or running an information system (IS) – a decision that numerous companies are currently facing.  ...  Organizational triggers The lack of (tacit) knowledge on CC hinders the adoption of CC [44] .  ... 
doi:10.12821/ijispm100103 fatcat:p3jtjosryvfutpunvhnk7i5vum

Profiling F/OSS Adoption Modes: An Interpretive Approach [chapter]

David López, Carmen de Pablos, Roberto Santos
2010 IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology  
According to the results, migrating from proprietary into open source is dependent on contextual and organizational factors, as for example, the need of the change itself, the political support for the  ...  Open source migration projects is a recent research topic, more so when considering it from a managerial perspective.  ...  The authors gratefully acknowledge the support of CE-NATIC, the Spanish agency in charge of open source promotion and Telefónica.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-13244-5_31 fatcat:2umwcktc6fb2jhjvhejejgvrhy

Resource Support or Emotional Trust: Effects of Perceived Organizational Support on Entrepreneurial Performance of Global Talents in China

Yongzhou Li, Shiqiu Liu, G. Kierans, H. Liu, E.H.K. Ng
2021 E3S Web of Conferences  
Taking global talents in China as the research object, this paper constructs the relationship model among perceived organizational support, innovation network embeddedness and entrepreneurship performance  ...  Global talents are introduced for entrepreneurship and development in China, which is not only a significant way to gather heterogeneous human capital and realize industrial transformation and upgrading  ...  Hypothesis testing and model validation To test hypotheses and verify models, the relationship models of perceived organizational support and entrepreneurial performance (model 1), perceived organizational  ... 
doi:10.1051/e3sconf/202123503003 fatcat:stq4imvkuvamzcwu2deimjzqmm

The Model of Diffusion of Knowledge on Industry 4.0 in Marshallian Clusters

Irena Pawłyszyn, Marek Fertsch, Agnieszka Stachowiak, Grzegorz Pawłowski, Joanna Oleśków-Szłapka
2020 Sustainability  
Research methodology implemented included three stages, namely knowledge level recognition, Industry 4.0 knowledge diffusion model development, and validation of the model with case-based simulation.  ...  The conclusion from the latter is that enterprises, though striving for innovation and improvement, have no knowledge on solutions available.  ...  The Industry 4.0 knowledge diffusion model is based on a six-stage scheme for the diffusion of innovation, presented by Rogers [1] .  ... 
doi:10.3390/su12093815 fatcat:2syv5oblmrdijovzn5v4rbmzt4

Regional Determinants of Efficiency Growth of Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises. Evidence from Poland

Teresa Łuczka, Paweł Przepióra
2012 Journal of Entrepreneurship, Management and Innovation  
This article is a part of a current research on regional factors contributing to the development of enterprises in this category.  ...  Data used in the study was collected from GUS [1] and EUROSTAT and encompassed 16 provinces for the years 2003-2008.  ...  Venkataraman suggests such intangibles: • local points capable of producing novel ideas: access to institutions that produce new knowledge, • the need for right role model, • the need for informal forums  ... 
doi:10.7341/2012817 fatcat:7lmsb6f7xfcs3hjafl5xo5iice

Migrating Application from Monolith to Microservices

Teguh Prasandy, Titan, Dina Fitria Murad, Taufik Darwis
2020 2020 International Conference on Information Management and Technology (ICIMTech)  
According to [2] , you must follow these five guidelines when implementing a migration of micro services: • Be prepared for organizational change.  ...  Case Study 761-766 Technology Acceptance Model (TAM) for the Implementation of Knowledge Acquired Model for SME 767-770 Computer-Assisted Audit Techniques (CAATs) for Financial Fraud Detection:  ...  The goal is to discover the preparation that needs to be done by the developer so that the transfer of technology to micro services still gives the user a comfortable feeling without any interference.  ... 
doi:10.1109/icimtech50083.2020.9211252 fatcat:fh3poisq6re6vdpeq3m4qhk4yq

Across the great divide: HRD, technology translation, and knowledge migration in bridging the knowledge gap between SMEs and Universities

Paul Iles, Maurice Yolles
2002 Human Resource Development International  
A research agenda for the study of SME-HE collaboration and other kinds of partnerships, such as alliances, mergers, and joint ventures, using the knowledge-creation cycle and knowledge typology developed  ...  This paper describes one project aimed at developing such 'technology translators', and presents a model of viable knowledge management and HRD in SMEs developed after critical re ection on this case study  ...  Addresses for correspondence  ... 
doi:10.1080/13678860110007184 fatcat:3kbf4newlve45gjnhrepzypfpq

Identifying Where the Values Come from IT-Innovations in Health and Social Care

Vivian Vimarlund
2012 Intelligent Information Management  
The paper makes an exposition from the model building, algorithm design to performance analysis and contributes to the academic prosperity in Intelligent Information Management The knowledge generated  ...  Many decision makers feel the need to articulate an ideal end-state for their organizations.  ...  in a new context and costs for supporting the new and the old system in parallel, at least for a while.  ... 
doi:10.4236/iim.2012.425042 fatcat:65qhjb6rujh2vfucmh2vdkfxui

Identifying Where the Values Come from IT-Innovations in Health and Social Care

Vivian Vimarlund
2012 Intelligent Information Management  
The paper makes an exposition from the model building, algorithm design to performance analysis and contributes to the academic prosperity in Intelligent Information Management The knowledge generated  ...  Many decision makers feel the need to articulate an ideal end-state for their organizations.  ...  in a new context and costs for supporting the new and the old system in parallel, at least for a while.  ... 
doi:10.4236/iim.2012.225042 fatcat:bkxutr4xgnfexdifys2gfq3rqm

Developing Organizational Controls to Approximate Linear Reciprocity

JA Pryse
2020 Figshare  
The flow of data can also result in financial growth, knowledge advancement, and successful integration of multidimensional processes often seen within human organizational systems (Lin, Tan, & Chang,  ...  For many it is easier to assess the flow of information by viewing a traditional information technology (IT) system, networked together to obtain, process, and retrieve the information needed.  ...  There exists evidence to support the investigation and analysis networked organizational information systems based on a theory of the Linear Reciprocity Model.  ... 
doi:10.6084/m9.figshare.11944341 fatcat:jq6ufueb2nbnllt2zciasovjzq

Knowledge mobilization in healthcare organizations: a view from the resource-based view of the firm

Ewan Ferlie, Tessa Crilly, Ashok Jashapara, Susan Trenholm, Anna Peckham, Graeme Currie
2015 International Journal of Health Policy and Management  
It concludes by setting out a future research agenda.  ...  RBV links well to the broader interest in more effective Knowledge Mobilization (KM) in healthcare.  ...  Acknowledgements This paper draws on sections of the final report of a project funded by the UK National Institute for Health Research Service Delivery and Organisation programme (project number 09/1002  ... 
doi:10.15171/ijhpm.2015.35 pmid:25774369 pmcid:PMC4357978 fatcat:e5bttxu5yrepbbu4m27rvvdxbi

How Does Social Innovation Contribute to Solving Social Problems? A Process-Oriented Framework for Measuring Social Innovation

Mariann Veresné Somosi, Krisztina Varga
2018 European Journal of Social Sciences Education and Research  
The study defines a process-oriented framework for measuring social innovation.  ...  The study analyzes the conditions and measurement possibilities of micro-level social innovation, their generating potential and investigates the speed of organizational innovation.  ...  The system supports the recognition of the "best solution" through a "knowledge bank" during the problem solving process. This way it can be a useful supporter of decision preparation.  ... 
doi:10.2478/ejser-2018-0007 fatcat:t6i6krbhgvcvfdjw5uue4bwi3y

Business Process Management as a Determinant of Change in the Organisational Culture of Enterprises

Katarzyna Szymanska
2021 EUROPEAN RESEARCH STUDIES JOURNAL  
The paper attempts to define organizational culture as a form of support for implementing the BPM concept in enterprises.  ...  organizational culture and BPM, which is necessary to create modern business model standards.  ...  for their support.  ... 
doi:10.35808/ersj/2180 fatcat:zoccmcmclfbypowefh543ahyxa

Analyzing Bibliometric With The Fields Of Resilience And Entrepreneurship In Indonesia

Muhammad Gunawan Wibisono, Nuzulul Fatimah
2022 International Journal Of Education Social Studies And Management (IJESSM)  
In enhancing the strategy for developing resilience reveal that an economist uses the term 'standard human capital' to mean that human capital is a resource in people in the form of skills, knowledge and  ...  Resilience theory in started of an examination has created into a wide, energetic and energizing field of ponder.  ...  Last but not least, to my special woman, Keyza Magdalena Zein who always supported.  ... 
doi:10.52121/ijessm.v2i1.65 fatcat:dlq4ihlmonf7vhqszg5oka2vam

What BPM Technology Can Do for Healthcare Process Support [chapter]

Manfred Reichert
2011 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
This, in turn, requires advanced IT support for healthcare processes covering both organizational procedures and knowledge-intensive, dynamic treatment processes.  ...  Altogether, emerging BPM methods, concepts and technologies will contribute to further enhance IT support for healthcare processes.  ...  For example, a micro process may coordinate the processing of a particular medical order, whereas a macro process may comprise all micro processes related to a particular entity (e.g., patient) as well  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-22218-4_2 fatcat:gfbcf7asnzb4ljrdhbcdw3mngq
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