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Proceedings of the Tenth International Conference on Enterprise Information Systems
Knowledge Management (KM) tools have become an established part of Enterprise Information Systems in the recent years. ... and (re-)structuring efforts for the personal knowledge base. ... The added value of using a knowledge management system for a given period of time (t) is the overall cost-benefit gain G which can be approximated by summing up all benefits B and subtracting the sum of ...doi:10.5220/0001713200950105 fatcat:rfpp36vkkrfhhder3qyqc5v3ke
Journal of Systems Management
Where separation of duties is inadequate, do compensating controls exist? . Is one person designated as the System Administrator? . ... After the project is implemented, a review should be made to assess whether it has met the user’s requirements in terms of objectives and cost- benefit analysis. 1. ...
We summarize the high-level results of our analysis as three design implications that might be useful for understanding the phenomena and guide the design of online community infrastructure for work activities ... The analysis is guided by four complementary perspectives: economics, organizational structure, management, and knowledge management. ... An important immediate challenge is to understand the knowledge-building needs and practices of different professions, so as to design effective technology for knowledge sharing and personal growth in ...doi:10.1109/hicss.2007.531 dblp:conf/hicss/ZhaoRP07 fatcat:bjkojxjkxfepzdr6gtzmtirxz4
The function and structure of the system are analyzed, and the application effect of the intelligent operation and maintenance platform is demonstrated. ... The actual operation results show that: The application of intelligent operation and maintenance platform improves the operation and maintenance efficiency of the energy meter automatic verification system ... The design of the knowledge base should adopt an open technology platform for the overall design. ...doi:10.1051/e3sconf/202019403001 fatcat:larq2yosizfnvaqflfsorastqq
Most discussions on comprehensive constructability pro- grams focus on the benefits and necessity of establishing a feedback system for channeling construction knowledge and experiences back into the design ... Next, the paper describes the design and implementation of a constructability feedback prototype called interactive knowledge-intensive system (IKIS) for constructability improvement (IKIS-Constructability ...
Examples of this two-phase strategy include: AAIMS : an APL-based "personal information system" for analysis of 150,000 time series.' ... The complex calculations of cost-benefit analysis are replaced in value analysis by simple questions that most managers naturally ask and handle with ease: How much will the full system cost? ... Value is the issue, and any exploitation of the DSS approach rests on a systematic strategy for identifying benefits, however qualitative, and enco\iraging RSD and experimentation. -31- ...doi:10.2307/249154 fatcat:c7hvv4ezgvcuvlvwcaxb75oqtm
A cost-benefit analysis has been conducted to assess the feasibility of both options. ... This paper presents a semantic framework for supporting the cost-benefit analysis in urban transit rehabilitation decisions. ... The following conclusions are drawn from the cost-benefit analysis: (i) with 3% discount rate, the benefit to cost ratio is 4.47; and (ii) with a 10% discount rate, the benefit to cost ratio is 1.19. ...doi:10.1139/l04-115 fatcat:ax5vacogtrcb7jg5wv5x7hbheu
Journal of Systems Management
The person responsible for this activity might be: @ The methods analyst, who has an extensive knowledge of business procedures and a general knowledge of DP techniques. e The DP systems analyst, who has ... Figure 2 illustrates a Phase Applicability Chart that can serve as a guideline for those who should bé involved in the work, depending on the estimated dollar allocation. Cost/Benefit Analysis (CBA). ...
As the basis of value creation and success of organizations increasingly depends on the leverage of knowledge available internally, knowledge management systems (KMS) are emerging as vital tools for competitive ... In this paper, drawing upon the literature review and an analysis of early adopters of corporate portals, we address the strength of this tool which consists mainly in synchronizing and supporting knowledge ... Aldo Romano Director of the e-Business Management School for his generous support. ...doi:10.1016/j.ijinfomgt.2003.12.012 fatcat:dgvjtj6qdfgclmdan5gzqctxrq
Employees' participation in electronic networks of practice within a corporate group: perceived benefits and costs Sedighi, M.; Lukosch, S.; van Splunter, S.; Brazier, F.M.T.; Hamedi, M.; van Beers, C. ... In total 35 pages of interview records are acquired as the raw data for analysis. Demographical data are recorded, unique keys assigned and all personal data removed. ... Methodology A qualitative research design was used in a case study to explore different perceived benefits and costs in the both actions of knowledge exchange. ...doi:10.1057/s41275-017-0059-5 fatcat:nxqhj6ammvhm3dxmjkbikabdsy
Based on the current situation of the automation and management of the on-site equipment , and according to the actual situation of a domestic enterprise, the "Intelligent Factory" architecture is designed ... with the integration of people, machines and things in the factory, and the goal of the "improve efficiency, reduce personnel, stabilize production, and improve quality" is realized. ... The authors also gratefully acknowledge the helpful comments and suggestions of the reviewers, which have improved the presentation. ...doi:10.12783/dtetr/acaai2020/34191 fatcat:emiuhkzw55er3i3oeoqo2izcmm
This paper is an assessment of the topical coverage of current Managing Information Systems (MIS) textbooks. ... They do not even fully answer the questions normally asked by management and users during the justification and implementation of modern technology-oriented enterprise applications. ... They equally emphasize the potential general managers knowledge areas and the potential IS professionals knowledge areas while almost ignoring cost/benefit analysis. ...doi:10.28945/1056 fatcat:e3335drpw5bnbgd4themtrwogq
The second part of the paper includes the analysis of the empirical research results on user support software preferences. ... The paper focuses on user participation in the development of business information system (BIS). The paper covers review of different approaches on user involvement in the system development process. ... User benefits from the fulfillment of personal needs, opportunities to get new knowledge and satisfaction, because of doing something for themselves. ...doi:10.20533/ijds.2040.2570.2013.0101 fatcat:f67y7vq6zza5piumgzslecycfi
Information Systems Development
Thus, minimizing the bucket demands which is critical for project managers. The paper outlines also future steps to reach even better results. ... The new kind of applications being currently developed deserves more attention in the user interface development area. ... Acknowledgements The contribution is a part of the Project (No. 2615/2010/G1) called "New Approaches to the Software Development Education" supported by the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports, Czech ...doi:10.1007/978-1-4419-9790-6_55 dblp:conf/isdevel/SkrabalekTSP10 fatcat:ozbrylmalzcy5hwnyrivysndom
The Essence of Software Engineering
The cost-benefit analysis for a developer working on his own, for himself as a client, is pretty simple, though the analysis itself is "risky." ... knowledge reuse • Support for cost-effective product lines, including management of related variants The most widely acknowledged benefit of a focus on software architecture is improved communication. ...doi:10.1007/978-3-319-73897-0_5 fatcat:5rud7brsyvgrtn4fakfo3nqjfy
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