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Enterprise Architecture as a Scapegoat for Difficulties in Public Sector Organizational Transformation

Maija Ylinen, Samuli Pekkola
2018 International Conference on Information Systems  
In this paper, we study how the IT department of a public sector organization succeeded in organizational transformation.  ...  Many public sector organizations have adopted the enterprise architecture (EA) approach to manage their IT infrastructure and ensure successful systems integration.  ...  Enterprise Architecture as a Scapegoat for Difficulties in Public Sector Organizational TransformationThirty Ninth International Conference on Information Systems, San Francisco 2018 6  ... 
dblp:conf/icis/YlinenP18 fatcat:q4ka74fz7vg37bxmcwvybrfc64

The potential of community entrepreneurship for neighbourhood revitalization in the United Kingdom and the United States

David Varady, Reinout Kleinhans, Maarten van Ham
2015 Journal of Enterprising Communities: People and Places in the Global Economy  
In the context of these austerity regimes, in many European countries, community entrepreneurship and active citizenship are increasingly considered as a means to continue small-scale urban revitalisation  ...  Purpose -The global economic crisis has had a major impact on government spending for urban regeneration.  ...  Acknowledgments This paper is the result of the research stay of David Varady as Visiting Professor at Delft University of Technology, Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment, Department OTB,  ... 
doi:10.1108/jec-01-2015-0009 fatcat:jsdvttm43ffpxfen7mxaksm7iy

Conceptual and Theoretical Foundations of Business Intelligence

Kamran Nazari, Mostafa Emami
2012 Social Science Research Network  
The emergence of the data warehouse as a repository, advances in data cleansing, increased capabilities of hardware and software, and the emergence of the web architecture all combine to create a richer  ...  In addition, this paper explores a matrix for BI data types (structured vs. unstructured) and data sources (internal and external) to guide research.  ...  Flexibility and open architecture allow for easy expansion of the system.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2298879 fatcat:k2sex74xunazrlipxbmak2swvu

Institutional Adaptation: Demands for Management Reform and University Administration [chapter]

Patricia J. Gumport, Barbara Sporn
1999 Higher Education: Handbook of Theory and Research  
that is motivated by a struggle for control of the institutional enterprise.  ...  Work that examines shifts in the structure of authority for academic organizations will be important for all stakeholders in the enterprise.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-94-011-3955-7_3 fatcat:z7zhpwv5rbayla5shnadc2dyvu

International Journal of Business and Management, Vol. 3, No. 9, September 2008

Editior IJBM
2009 International Journal of Business and Management  
include the 3D measure mathematical statistical analysis of single factor risk index, the segment layer research of 3D identification model and the application and implementation program of this model in  ...  Another difficulty associated with leadership in the public sector is that financial or material bonuses cannot be offered to employees.  ...  As for the politicians, the auditor could be used as a convenient scapegoat to bear the blame when businesses collapse or financial scandals erupt.  ... 
doi:10.5539/ijbm.v3n9p0 fatcat:jcb4lh7qk5hqhdcrydy5htcj2e

Relationship between Risk Taking Behaviour, Personality and Sensation Seeking Tendencies among N.C.C cadets

Nidhi Saxena
2013 IOSR Journal of Humanities and Social Science  
A survey of public and private college students (aged 16-19) reveals that there is significant relation between personality and sensation seeking.  ...  In addition risk-taking is not found to be correlated to personality and sensation seeking.  ...  The researchers formulated a set of questionnaire based on the nature of the study.  ... 
doi:10.9790/0837-1830106 fatcat:4cqrmawyandkpc6oux23spyf74

Towards a New Role of the Institution of Waqf

Hussein Elasrag
2017 Social Science Research Network  
This is a process wherein a waqf instead of lending money to an enterprise actually gets involved as a partner or shareholder in the business.  ...  Waqfs can be a catalyst for growth of the small-and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs).  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.3011290 fatcat:mjbkmqm6mvdejdurncqwkh4gxi

Asian Social Science, Vol. 4, No. 2, February, 2008

Editor ASS
2008 Asian Social Science  
Organizational 'turn-around or 'restructuring' or 'rebounding' bring particular difficulties for public sector enterprises given the traditional stability generally associated with this sector.  ...  Critics argue that the private sector and the public sector have different interests, but both the public sector and the private sector need to serve the commons and the public goods in the interests of  ...  In the structure of women's integrated competence, the level-1 index of women's politics and thoughts quality consists of three level-2 indexes, namely women's concerns for international affairs, and national  ... 
doi:10.5539/ass.v4n2p0 fatcat:w4zkqlniofhoxffofdnkrtuhbi

Asian Social Science, Vol. 5, No. 2, February, 2009

Editor ASS
2009 Asian Social Science  
Organizational 'turn-around or 'restructuring' or 'rebounding' bring particular difficulties for public sector enterprises given the traditional stability generally associated with this sector.  ...  Critics argue that the private sector and the public sector have different interests, but both the public sector and the private sector need to serve the commons and the public goods in the interests of  ...  In the structure of women's integrated competence, the level-1 index of women's politics and thoughts quality consists of three level-2 indexes, namely women's concerns for international affairs, and national  ... 
doi:10.5539/ass.v5n2p0 fatcat:vsc74eurszfxlhvfmo6svzslbe

Organizational Identity and Place: A Discursive Exploration of Hegemony and Resistance

Andrew D. Brown, Michael Humphreys
2006 Journal of Management Studies  
With 'incorporation' came changes in the central funding mechanisms which have led 40% of the colleges within the sector to experience financial difficulties (Baty, 2000) .  ...  Middle and junior ranking staff constituted themselves as either teachers or support staff in the public sector, largely passive, weakly attached to the college but strongly identifying with their subject  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1467-6486.2006.00589.x fatcat:2gpttt2fefbutbqrpbziudec2m

8. Creating an enabling environment [chapter]

COMPAS
2007 Learning Endogenous Development  
, as well as between the voluntary sector and the public & private sector.  ...  in the public domain (with easy access through the internet) in order to inculcate a spirit of public oversight. 4.6 Public donation is an important source of funds for the voluntary sector and one  ... 
doi:10.3362/9781780445298.008 fatcat:7kgha2cfv5c55o2hyh3ii277gm

Seven. Extending the Theoretical Argument [chapter]

2020 The Institutional Imperative  
of public office for private interests, as a trough for spoils, as a means for entrenching oneself and one's family and friends-or cronies-in power, and as a resource for destroying one's rivals can thus  ...  for the provision of public goods.  ... 
doi:10.1515/9780804781794-013 fatcat:atsfjs35qzeqxjf6joaqibkkxm

Situational Stratification: A Micro-Macro Theory of Inequality

Randall Collins
2000 Sociological theory  
Empirical researchers report on inequalities in income and wealth, education and occupation, as changing slices of a pie, and as distributional shares for races, ethnicities, genders and ages.  ...  or join in a chorus of support; in public opinion-expressing and policy-making settings, it is the voice of the underdog that carries moral authority.  ...  There has been enormous growth in size and centralization of organizations, from the military revolution and state penetration from the 1500s onward, with similar transformation of capitalist enterprises  ... 
doi:10.1111/0735-2751.00086 fatcat:kc64nlqbjjdcxin5fom24micha

Cluster Analysis of Young Online Consumers in Indian Context

Dipanjay Bhalerao
2015 ANVESHAK-International Journal of Management  
Private sector is a key engine of economic growth with a vital role in realizing the development challenges encapsulated in an enterprise (Olomi, 2001) .  ...  And nurses act as scapegoat for those penalties, which was totally physician's responsibility. As a result, nurses were commonly treated as doctors' handmaidens (Williamson, 2003) .  ...  IB Trust Customer complaints should is treated in good spirit for quality. IB Trust There is nobody to solve problems in online stores as they operate online to solve problems.  ... 
doi:10.15410/aijm/2015/v4i2/67730 fatcat:77idyos2snhodduz4a7tqkpume

Planning Education in an International Perspective: Making the Most from Global and Local Knowledges [chapter]

Raffaele Paloscia
2016 Urban and Regional Planning Education  
factors for poor health outcomes at the neighbourhood level for her contribution to this chapter.  ...  Acknowledgements Acknowledgments I would like to thank Melissa Hensley, who is completing Ph.D. research on path dependence in policies about, and effects of, the built environment in helping reduce risk  ...  Definitional differences aside, the now dissolved National Commission for Enterprises in the Unorganized Sector (NCEUS) estimated in 2009 that 86 % of the employment in the nation was in the unorganized  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-981-10-0608-1_19 fatcat:vcl2n2m7qnbh7jys5fzuwukkdi
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