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FROM ENTERPRISE NETWORK TO NETWORK ENTERPRISE: ANOTHER PERSPECTIVE OF MULTIPLE CRITERIA DECISION MAKING FOR BUILDING CORPORATE INFORMATION SYSTEM [chapter]

HEESEOK LEE, JONGWON LEE, MYUNG HO SOHN, YONG SHI
2000 New Frontiers of Decision Making for the Information Technology Era  
Enterprise network is an important component for building corporate information system.  ...  A multiple criteria decision making framework is employed to illustrate the practical usefulness of this perspective.  ...  Comparison with past methodologies Past methodologies A variety of methodologies for building the network enterprise have been proposed from the perspective that the network is a part of information  ... 
doi:10.1142/9789812792907_0021 fatcat:ywqhpjkx2jeczjoe7hajs62owu

DESIGNING A STRATEGIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS PLANNING METHODOLOGY FOR MALAYSIAN INSTITUTES OF HIGHER LEARNING (ISP-IPTA)

2005 Issues in Information Systems  
This paper describes a Strategic Information Systems Planning (SISP) methodology designed to be appropriate for the organizational requirements of Malaysian Public Institutes of Higher Learning (PIHLs  ...  Thus, a methodology to guide SISP in PIHLs is highly timely.  ...  Methodology benefits managers by providing information to plan, review and control projects.  ... 
doi:10.48009/1_iis_2005_325-331 fatcat:kcizmljdaza35mopnfdne6z4ni

Is it Possible to Manage and Plan Co-Modal Freight Transport Without a Centralised System?

Thomas Zunder, Hans Westerheim, Ronald Jorna, Jan Tore Pedersen
2012 International Journal of Applied Logistics  
Three information objects are defined between the Transport User and the Transport Service Provider: Transport Service, Transport Execution Plan and Transport Service Status.  ...  In addition a generic specification of a transport service (a Transport Service Description) and a small set of information objects that need to be exchanged between the four main roles were defined.  ... 
doi:10.4018/jal.2012040103 fatcat:vk6smcckm5byfash7yfimlpn4m

Agile Methodology to Develop Architecture of Information and Knowledge in Organizations (MADAIKE)

Nieto Bernal Wilson, Luna Amaya Carmenza
2015 International Journal of Machine Learning and Computing  
In This article presents a methodology based on the articulation of emerging paradigms for architecture development of information and knowledge (MADAIKE) that in turn promote the integration of various  ...  , knowledge management organizational models for software development.  ...  architectures which provides a standardized set of tools for project planning.  ... 
doi:10.7763/ijmlc.2015.v5.500 fatcat:rkbxrcbwgngg5bolub3rd4hsgq

Methodological proposal to improve organizational innovation in the logistics sector of Cartagena, Colombia

Jorge Armando Luna Amador, Alvaro Andrés Escobar Espinoza, July Vanessa Arrieta Rodríguez
2022 Revista Tecnológica - ESPOL  
The multiple case study methodology was applied, where nine axes that directly affect organizational innovation (strategy, culture, planning, people, tools, products/services, processes, efficiency, and  ...  Among the main results of the research, it was found that planning is fundamental for improving organizational innovation because it is essential to have a stipulated strategic direction and to design  ...  Plan of activities for innovation Meetings, dissemination of information, brainstorming, entertainment and recreation activities that provide a setting for the generation of ideas; economic and verbal  ... 
doi:10.37815/rte.v34n2.927 fatcat:h3v6lebfejd4pphoatxjpk5wtm

Management of Multiple Ecosystem Services under Climate Change, Bioeconomy and Participation

Emin Zeki Baskent, José Guilherme Borges, Harald Vacik, Keith M. Reynolds, Luiz Carlos E. Rodriguez
2021 Forests  
The Special Issue "Decision Support to Address Multiple Ecosystem Services in Forest Management Planning" includes nine research papers, two review papers, and a white paper presenting highlights of focused  ...  In the context of forest ecosystem management, a need has arisen to consider various dimensions in the design of the planning process.  ...  Baskent [13] has developed a conceptual framework for characterizing ecosystem services for their integration into the multiple-use forest management planning process.  ... 
doi:10.3390/f12010104 fatcat:rcr7jisdpbaeles64qn7pk5m2m

An Integrated Framework for Strategic Information Systems Planning and Development

Somendra Pant, Cheng Hsu
1999 Information Resources Management Journal  
We reviewed the literature for commonly used or representative information planning methodologies and found that certain insufficiencies exist.  ...  A reference model and the outline of a methodology is towards that end is proposed in this work. 16 16 16 16  ...  We go on to outline a reference model for information planning and particularize this reference model for manufacturing planning and control.Then we offer a methodology for linking the results of information  ... 
doi:10.4018/irmj.1999010102 fatcat:lcsa4lpib5dhzig7k5ts43yzt4

Multi-Objective Decision Model for Information Systems Risk

Sérgio Nunes, Gurpreet Dhillon, Mário M. Caldeira
2015 UK Academy for Information Systems Annual Conference  
The objectives serve as a basis for decision making in the context of Information Systems risk management in complex managerial situations.  ...  In this paper the methodology used is presented, discussed and illustrated and a multi-objective decision model for Information Systems risks is developed.  ...  Methodology In this section we present the methodology employed to define a multi-objective decision analysis model for information systems risk.  ... 
dblp:conf/ukais/NunesDC15 fatcat:kozhpojsjjgirjbdjzwantkjc4

Innovation results of IAM planning in urban water services

M. A. Cardoso, A. Poças, M. S. Silva, R. Ribeiro, M. C. Almeida, R. S. Brito, S. T. Coelho, H. Alegre
2016 Water Science and Technology  
Keywords Infrastructure asset management, urban water services, strategic planning, tactical planning. 1 PGPI was a twin-project of iGPI 2012/2013 launched by AGS, a private holding of water utilities  ...  The requirement to provide continuously the urban water services while infrastructures are ageing, impose the need for increasingly sustainable infrastructure asset management (IAM).  ...  As for the non-infrastructural tactics, information management remained a top priority.  ... 
doi:10.2166/wst.2016.291 pmid:27763332 fatcat:gakm5h4j2zgwldx4zvvxmirqye

Hybrid Risk Management Methodology: A Case Study

Jacky Siu-Lun Ting, Siu-Keung Kwok, Albert Hing-Choi Tsang
2009 International Journal of Engineering Business Management  
Regarding to this, this paper presents a new approach of risk management that integrates Hierarchical Holographic Modeling (HHM), Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) and Business Recovery Planning (BCP) for  ...  However, the focus of these methodologies are different; in which companies need to adopt various risk management principles to visualize a full picture of the organizational risk level.  ...  Acknowledgements The authors would like to express their sincere thanks to the Research Committee of The Hong Kong Polytechnic University for financial support of the research work.  ... 
doi:10.5772/6783 fatcat:s4djjt2735d47doo2nnfwjwi6y

Process Methodology for Emergency Management [chapter]

Tomáš Ludík, Jaroslav Ráček
2011 IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology  
The methodology describes how to manage an information system development suitable for emergency management, which is built on business processes. The methodology consists of five main phases.  ...  This paper focuses on identification and subsequent software support processes in the emergency management. The paper aims to describe a process methodology for emergency management in details.  ...  Object Process Methodology Object Process Methodology (OPM) [1] is an approach to designing information systems by depicting them using object models and process models.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-22285-6_33 fatcat:rultebhlbrfglolvarfxcusq7u

A SUDS Planning Decision Support Tool to Maximize Ecosystem Services

Juliana Uribe-Aguado, Sara L. Jiménez-Ariza, María N. Torres, Natalia A. Bernal, Mónica M. Giraldo-González, Juan P. Rodríguez
2022 Sustainability  
This research proposes a flexible and adaptable methodology to incorporate SUDS in different stages of urban projects using a multi-objective optimization technique to minimize run-off, maximize ecosystem  ...  However, they do not consider a comprehensive set of ecosystem services (e.g., provision, regulation, cultural, and support services).  ...  Informed Consent Statement: Not applicable. Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su14084560 doaj:40aa7e2b47f34dfca1ee7dcf9634f9aa fatcat:rt2qyu4enfhfnpevk5mi5k6tba

An object-oriented relational database

William J. Premerlani, James E. Rumbaugh, Michael R. Blaha, Thomas A. Varwig
1990 Communications of the ACM  
Semantics for Creation and Management of Objects Supporting services for assignment of unique identifier when objects are recreating and reclaiming storage space when object is deleted.  ...  Change Management Support services for cooperating with the change model to capture change and history and manage references to changing objects.  ...  Request Broker Architecture (CORBA) from Object Management Group.  ... 
doi:10.1145/92755.92772 fatcat:dsay3vjnl5a63cfpczwclrb5iu

Implementation of Personnel Localization & Automation Network (PLAN) Using Internet of Things (IoT)

Deepika K, Usha J
2020 Procedia Computer Science  
Personnel Localization and Automation Network (PLAN) is a system to monitor humans or object and gather information on location positioning in indoor and outdoor environments.  ...  Abstract Personnel Localization and Automation Network (PLAN) is a system to monitor humans or object and gather information on location positioning in indoor and outdoor environments.  ...  The PLAN Information Model defines attributes of virtual entities, relations, etc., In PLAN System -indoor environment, there are two virtual entities involved -a virtual entity for Room 1 and a virtual  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.procs.2020.04.094 fatcat:q3npcay3cjdw7gn3ig2ewjnnzq

EFQM model self‐assessment using a questionnaire approach in university administrative services

Juan José Tarí, Susana de Juana‐Espinosa
2007 TQM Magazine  
A case study methodology is used based on 10 university administrative services provided by a public university in Spain.  ...  It provides lessons for managers from other universities who wish to develop a self-assessment exercise.  ...  Preparation of a strategic plan, a service chapter, or transforming the improvement plans of the self-assessment process into objectives.  ... 
doi:10.1108/09544780710828449 fatcat:yszinopg6jdulnj65q4sgn3ari
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