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From garbage to product and service systems: A longitudinal Finnish case study of waste management evolution

Pekka Peura, Olli Voutilainen, Jussi Kantola
2022 Waste Management  
In the future, a strategic shift from WM to material management, and from public service to feasible businesses will be the next steps.  ...  It reflects the general features of the evolving WM from the one-bag system and throwaway culture towards today's circular economy and product service systems.  ...  The logical next step in the future is the strategic shift from WM to material management, and from public service to feasible businesses.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.wasman.2022.01.025 pmid:35081494 fatcat:ukyjhx4af5gaxoesxs6prwkiiq

On tool support for Service Level Management: From requirements to system specifications

Thomas Schaaf, Michael Brenner
2008 2008 3rd IEEE/IFIP International Workshop on Business-driven IT Management  
Service Level Management (SLM) is a vital discipline in customer-oriented IT Service Management.  ...  To this end, essential requirements are pointed out, and four common modules of a management architecture for SLM are outlined.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENT The authors wish to thank the members of the Munich Network Management (MNM) Team for helpful discussions and valuable comments on previous versions of this paper.  ... 
doi:10.1109/bdim.2008.4540076 dblp:conf/bdim/SchaafB08 fatcat:pqnsnpb2hnavjodhppobpnsb2u

Method for Time Minimization of Api Requests Service From Cyber-Physical System to Cloud Database Management System

Nataliia Pavych, Lviv Polytechnic National University, Department of Software, Tetyana Pavych
2019 Advances in Cyber-Physical Systems  
Results of the test cases confirm service time minimization of API requests to the cloud database management system based on the proposed asynchronous method.  ...  The authors proposed the asynchronous method of accelerated service time for API requests to cloud database management systems using a synchronization accumulative table and registering changes in database  ...  Received results of the test cases approve service time minimization of API requests from cyber-physical systems to database management systems with the provided asynchronous method. V.  ... 
doi:10.23939/acps2019.02.125 fatcat:ijr4ejk5jzhqljwct57mqzv6l4

Barriers to innovation in service SMEs: evidence from Mexico

Gonzalo Maldonado-Guzmán, Jose Arturo Garza-Reyes, Sandra Yesenia Pinzón-Castro, Vikas Kumar
2017 Industrial management & data systems  
Practical implications -The findings of this research can inform managers of service SMEs and policy makers when formulating and implementing strategies to reduce innovation barriers.  ...  The instrument was distributed among service SMEs in the Aguascalientes state of Mexico, from were 308 valid responses were obtained.  ...  mechanisms to promote actions of change or improvement in the creation of new services, processes and management systems.  ... 
doi:10.1108/imds-08-2016-0339 fatcat:suzry7yx45c2pangrwqlqgvk3y

From a technology-oriented to a service-oriented approach to IT management

A. J. Keel, M. A. Orr, R. R. Hernandez, E. A Patrocinio, J. Bouchard
2007 IBM Systems Journal  
From a technology-oriented to a service-oriented approach to IT management In this paper we focus on information technology service management (ITSM), a new A. J. Keel M. A. Orr R. R. Hernandez E.  ...  The customer perspective implies a shift from a technology-oriented to a service-oriented approach to IT management.  ... 
doi:10.1147/sj.463.0549 fatcat:o3kic6q7wbbflht7a32jma5lpm

FROM IDEA TO BLAH! UNDERSTANDING MOBILE SERVICES DEVELOPMENT AS INTERACTIVE INNOVATION

Fontana Eduardo, Carsten Sørensen
2005 Journal of Information Systems and Technology Management  
The aim of this paper is to illustrate how the concept of interactive innovation can be applied to explain the development of mobile services.  ...  The market is experiencing rapid improvements in technologies, while mobile operators are trying to figure out new ways their infrastructures can provide services to the customers.  ...  Acknowledgements We would like to express our gratitude to BLAH! team, and Telecom Italia Mobile (TIM -Brazil) for this research opportunity.  ... 
doi:10.4301/s1807-17752005000200001 fatcat:y6sssxw2ubgbrozvsipww6wbjm

From Implementation of Service-Oriented Architecture to Organizational Agility by System Dynamics Modeling Approach

Seyyed Mohammad Zargar
2018 Iranian Journal of Information Processing & Management  
Companies to survive in the dynamic environment need to strengthen their organizations through information systems.  ...  Afterwards, system dynamics approach was used for designing a model which indicates dynamics of service-oriented architecture and their contribution to organizational agility.  ...  System dynamics 7 .  ... 
doaj:97973e2934504347acf3a2caa16771fb fatcat:hrpxvlglovg3vhy5u5hwguhoby

From Integrated Library System (ILS) to Library Service Platform (LSP): Role of Library Discovery System (LDS)

Sheuli Hazra
2018 International Journal of Emerging Research in Management and Technology  
Library discovery system make a software like 'VuFind' as open source software, digital library software to distributed across the globe.  ...  library services.  ...  Finding information over the Web and providing seamless 'From Integrated Library System (ILS) to Library Service Platform (LSP): Role of Library Discovery System (LDS)' and coherent access to the open  ... 
doi:10.23956/ijermt.v6i7.198 fatcat:cmdpbxxyarf25mbcyw7bwihngi

From Batch & Queue to Industry 4.0-Type Manufacturing Systems: A Taxonomy of Alternative Production Models

Bruno G. Rüttimann, Martin T. Stöckli
2020 Journal of Service Science and Management  
This distinction is too simplistic and not suitable to understand the complex functioning of a production system.  ...  Such an approach helps to create a systematic overview about the topic leading to taxonomy of the existing manufacturing systems, facilitating the introduction to the topic and a structured learning approach  ...  Figure 8 . 8 Simplified characterization of alternative production systems. Journal of Service Science and Management  ... 
doi:10.4236/jssm.2020.132019 fatcat:q4pqsxomkndinjxqorinrkcism

From Google File System to Omega: A Decade of Advancement in Big Data Management at Google

Jade Yang
2015 2015 IEEE First International Conference on Big Data Computing Service and Applications  
The study article examines ten major milestone papers on big data management published by Google, from Google File system (GFS), MapReduce, Bigtable, Chubby, Percolator, Pregel, Dremel, to Megastore, Spanner  ...  The purpose of the study article is to help provide a high-level understanding of the concepts behind many popular big data solutions and derive insights on building robust and scalable systems for handling  ...  Big data storage and management systems can be classified into three levels from bottom up: (1) file systems (2) databases and (3) programming models [5] .  ... 
doi:10.1109/bigdataservice.2015.47 dblp:conf/bigdataservice/Yang15 fatcat:hjthmevg7beblisdrdswxxnv7q

From Stumbling Block to Enabler: The Role of Public Financial Management in Health Service Delivery in Tanzania and Zambia

Moritz Piatti-Fünfkirchen, Pia Schneider
2018 Health systems and reform  
Studies found a positive association between health service delivery outcomes and good governance of public finance; however, the mechanisms through which public financial management affects service delivery  ...  funding sources, rigid internal controls, insufficient budget provision leading to arrears, and a budget evaluation system that is excessively compliance driven and gives inadequate attention to issues  ...  From PFM to Service Delivery Goals: A Conceptual Framework.  ... 
doi:10.1080/23288604.2018.1513266 pmid:30398392 fatcat:v3olzxivsfdczg6cv4uc33cvke

From IT service management to IT service governance: An ontological approach for integrated use of ITIL and COBIT frameworks

Lamia Moudoubah, Abir El Yamami, Khalifa Mansouri, Mohammed Qbadou
2021 International Journal of Power Electronics and Drive Systems (IJPEDS)  
This paper proposed a practical tool formally developed according to the DSR design science approach, it addresses a domain relevant to both practitioners and academics by providing IT service governance  ...  The results revealed that the proposed ontology resolved key barriers to ITSG process adoption in organizations, and that combining COBIT and ITIL practices would help organizations better manage their  ...  management method' Figure 4 . 4 Ontology for signing off on agreements and activating services Figure 5 .From 5 Service level monitoring and reporting process IT service management to IT service governance  ... 
doi:10.11591/ijece.v11i6.pp5292-5300 fatcat:jg23jxcumfgdzb753z6hfavk5u

An adaptive case management system to support integrated care services: Lessons learned from the NEXES project

Isaac Cano, Albert Alonso, Carme Hernandez, Felip Burgos, Anael Barberan-Garcia, Jim Roldan, Josep Roca
2015 Journal of Biomedical Informatics  
Finally, we implemented the four ICS as a physical model with an ICS editor to allow professionals (case managers) to play active roles in adapting the system to their needs.  ...  Objective: The current study aims to (i) describe the open source Adaptive Case Management (ACM) system (Linkcare Ò ) developed to support the deployment of ICS at the level of healthcare district; (ii  ...  However, although the logical tier of the Linkcare Ò ACM system provided web-service integration with knowledge management systems [39] to provide case data query and analytics for biomedical researcher  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jbi.2015.02.011 pmid:25796455 fatcat:ndno6ekvwrfcphmbs5hrtsns3q

From Economic General Equilibrium to Ecological System Services for Nature Conservation and Management: A Methodological Analysis and an Empirical Study Based on 30 Italian Industries

Fabio Zagonari
2015 Social Science Research Network  
Finally, ecosystem services cover a narrower range of influences than open economic systems; this is because ecosystem services refer to the indirect benefits obtained from biodiversity through concepts  ...  economic system (Krysiak, 2006) : ecosystem services do not assume, a priori, that changes to the status quo are either good or bad, whereas open economic systems implicitly consider any change to be  ...  ζ ij , the impact of species i on species j η, the resistance of the ecological system to changes θ i , the intrinsic growth rate of species i μ and Μ, in-boundary and off-boundary shadow price, respectively  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2654208 fatcat:2ul63g2ik5gwjl3lgamqkri3qy

Program manager perspectives on the service system to meet the needs of youth with concurrent disorders: findings from a Canadian national survey

Joanna L. Henderson, Gloria Chaim, Stephanie Luca, E. B. Brownlie, Susan Rosenkranz, Tracey A. Skilling, Joseph H. Beitchman
2015 BMC Health Services Research  
Service providers across sectors must be involved in informing system change to meet youth needs.  ...  Endorsement of various system change goals exceeded 80 %, with a particular emphasis on improving access to services (49 %), ensuring a continuum of services for varying levels of severity (37 %), and  ...  Acknowledgements The authors want to thank all the program managers who took the time to complete the survey and participate in this study.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12913-015-1060-4 pmid:26384786 pmcid:PMC4574726 fatcat:4ca2hcplsjhstk65ryqybu5nhi
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