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Supporting Creative Group Processes: Design Principles for Appropriate Groupware

Jörg Becker, Katrin Bergener, Matthias Voigt
2010 European Conference on Information Systems  
Creative work is often conducted in distributed groups. Therefore information exchange is frequently facilitated by groupware systems.  ...  In order to reduce these losses and to best support creative group processes (CGP), we propose a framework which combines a) the stages of the creative process, b) the potential losses of creative group  ...  We intentionally did not analyse any comprehensive type of groupware system in order to be able to identify the best choice for the creative nature of creative group processes by recommending dedicated  ... 
dblp:conf/ecis/BeckerBV10 fatcat:7vnxozu2mfeubkhiza5fdghe3e

A groupware system for virtual product innovation management

Kathryn Cormican, David O'Sullivan
2007 Human Factors and Ergonomics in Manufacturing  
The challenges to managing a portfolio of product innovation projects in a virtual environment are identified and discussed. From this analysis, a web-enabled groupware system is presented.  ...  This is particularly evident in the area of product innovation where organisations are adopting new approaches or ways of working in order to compete.  ...  Insert Table 2 Here On the whole, it can be said that the web enabled system facilitates the product innovation process. The technology is easy to work with and the process is easy to follow.  ... 
doi:10.1002/hfm.20089 fatcat:ow7libiz4jhgbmjxf7rjlk6ujq

Groupware architecture for R&D managers

Kathryn Cormican, David O'Sullivan;
2004 International Journal of Networking and Virtual Organisations  
She continues to work with many leading organisations helping them to design, develop and deploy new processes and systems.  ...  By doing this, information and knowledge is made accessible to all team members involved in the product innovation process through simple web browsers.  ...  It is designed to help managers to make decisions about potential changes to be made in terms of systems, processes and people, in order to improve performance and innovation.  ... 
doi:10.1504/ijnvo.2004.005737 fatcat:wf7imxogezaydifswdt3eqvzpq

CATT: An Argumentation Based Groupware System For Enhancing Case Discussions In Business Schools

Safaa Hashim, Sukumar Rathnam, Andrew B. Whinston
1991 International Conference on Information Systems  
CATT, a groupware-based system for business case discussions breaks through existing geographic technological and mental barriers.  ...  This paper presents an innovation in teaching that is on the cutting edge of business education.  ...  In the case discussion process, a need design philosophy is that each user should work indepento provide interaction history in terms of both process and dently of the team and remain unaware of the actions  ... 
dblp:conf/icis/HashimRW91 fatcat:owpq7cvbjnewvgn3lv7mx63h7i

Model-Based Groupware Solution for Distributed Real-Time Collaborative 4D Planning through Teamwork

Wei Zhou, Panagiotis Georgakis, David Heesom, Xiandong Feng
2012 Journal of computing in civil engineering  
In the light of the interactive definition method, and its computer-supported collaborative work (CSCW) design analysis, the paper discusses the realization of interactive collaborative mechanisms from  ...  Gehry Technologies adopts the version control system of Subversion in its Digital Project with which project models can be controlled over independent parts for team members' read/write operations (Gtwiki  ...  For the purpose of effectively supporting geographically distributed planners for collaborative 4D planning, any related CSCW design ought to facilitate the planners' mental process, social interaction  ... 
doi:10.1061/(asce)cp.1943-5487.0000153 fatcat:2pp5324uhbdgplbagugwzbdgyy

Working with groups using groupware: electronic problem structuring and project management support for face to face and dispersed organisational groups [chapter]

F. Ackermann
1996 Information Systems and Technology in the International Office of the Future  
"must in some way facilitate and promote group interaction".  ...  Therefore, in considering the adoption and usage of a groupware system, it is worth ensuring that an appropriate system is adopted.  ...  If groupware systems can be developed to support group working in all four of the quadrants, thus freeing up groups to work when and how they like then groupware will become a powerful system.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-35085-1_2 fatcat:thhgaes2zzbebklsipiuoisebm

Digital information support for concept design

Andrew Wodehouse, William Ion
2010 CoDesign - International Journal of CoCreation in Design and the Arts  
Despite its attempts to integrate the designers' working space and digital resources, continuing issues in library utilisation and migration of information to design concepts are highlighted through a  ...  In light of this, new models of interaction to increase information use are explored.  ...  Digital Libraries in the Classroom programme (JISC 2008) and led by DMEM at the University of Strathclyde, UK and the Centre for Design Research (CDR) at Stanford University, US.  ... 
doi:10.1080/15710880903393100 fatcat:pwvnjl3zrjduhlm6xhex2xl6na

Using Web 2.0-based groupware to facilitate collaborative design in engineering education scheme projects

Richard David Evans, James Xiaoyu Gao, Nick Martin, Clive Simmonds
2014 2014 International Conference on Interactive Collaborative Learning (ICL)  
The project, providing the basis of this case study, called for the creation of an automatic dimming system for use with BAE Systems' ULTRA-Vis system.  ...  With regard to further work, a larger scale real world study is proposed to further validate the conclusions drawn in this paper. Fig. 1 . 1 Groupware System Diagram TABLE I .  ... 
doi:10.1109/icl.2014.7017805 fatcat:w7zuhcp3ebctvgkbfpdeogxelm

CloudSatCD: An e-Engineering Solution to Space Systems Concept Design

Alex Barbosa Bastos, Walter Abrahão dos Santos
2013 International Journal for Digital Society (IJDS)  
Groupware Groupware systems are based on computing and telecommunications technologies that help groups of users to perform an activity [8] .  ...  The system exposes services tailored to the concept design phase of satellite manufacturing.  ...  Likewise, they facilitate informal communication, automation and faster task completion, allowing the work team to accomplish tasks more effectively, efficiently and creatively [10] .  ... 
doi:10.20533/ijds.2040.2570.2013.0102 fatcat:t5k7x3x5z5g45c34zwo2f5zzoe

Building a Facilitated Design Collaboration Environment

Haiyan Fan, Sanjay Notakar, Marshall Scott Poole
2005 Americas Conference on Information Systems  
Complex design problems require members of project teams go beyond individualistic work to engage in joint activity of generating new insights, new ideas, and new artifacts.  ...  In this paper we propose a collaborative environment for GUI design and evaluation, at the core of which is a process-based Agent Facilitator (AF).  ...  A facilitator for the design process must therefore promote creative problem solving.  ... 
dblp:conf/amcis/FanNP05 fatcat:u6yptz6c7fet5ntdz6ozngfuqa

Scaling Up: From Individual Design to Collaborative Design to Collective Design [chapter]

Mary Lou Maher, Mercedes Paulini, Paul Murty
2011 Design Computing and Cognition '10  
We value creativity and ingenuity and study highly creative individuals in order to better understand and encourage these processes in others.  ...  Collective design can facilitate a more inclusive design process by designers and non-design specialists by motivating the broader community to participate in design thinking.  ...  However, in collective design, facilitating communication across a range of types and modes will make it easier for participants to join and interact.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-94-007-0510-4_31 dblp:conf/design/MaherPM10 fatcat:cxe36hj2hfcp3dy2vxt4vibr4a

The Evaluation Model for Interior Design Organizational Technology Integration: The quality of the design aid and economic evidence and factors

Seung-Pok Choi
2012 International Journal of Contents  
The careful selection of an integration technology for this purpose is crucial in contributing toward the success of such an interior design organization endeavor. and translating data into systems requirements  ...  Technological substitution is the process by which a radical technology replaces the dominant technology in an industry.  ...  Groupware allow team members to work on a document, discuss ideas online, maintain records, and prioritize, and schedule teamwork and meetings.  ... 
doi:10.5392/ijoc.2012.8.2.067 fatcat:s723baj4q5b7zmilcyifvotohi

3D Remote Design Collaboration: A Pedagogical Case Study of the Cross-Cultural Issues Raised

Theodor G Wyeld, Ekaterina Prasolova-Forland, Teng-Wen Chang
2007 2007 11th International Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work in Design  
Much architectural design work increasingly addresses an international audience. But many designers continue to work in isolation.  ...  There are few opportunities for this to occur in a pedagogical setting.  ...  As such, they were open to engagement in computer-supported collaborative work (CSCW) and the creative design process.  ... 
doi:10.1109/cscwd.2007.4281438 dblp:conf/cscwd/WyeldPC07 fatcat:nyftuw6hjbbh7ech3zsv565q7m

Agent-Based μ-Tools Integrated into a Co-Design Platform [article]

Alain-Jérôme Fougères
2012 arXiv   pre-print
with an aim of bringing assistance to Co-design.  ...  This platform called PLACID (innovating and distributed design platform) must support applications of assistance to actors implies in a design process that we have called μ-tools. μ-tools are developed  ...  plan of action "Anticipating the needs of SMEs in terms of design and innovation".  ... 
arXiv:1201.3881v1 fatcat:rrwhdhak7jexrnuieepwekdw3a

Design rationale

John Horner, Michael E. Atwood
2006 Proceedings of the 4th Nordic conference on Human-computer interaction changing roles - NordiCHI '06  
DESIGN PERSPECTIVES Design rationale systems are intended to support people in the design process by allowing designers to share, structure, and record their thought processes that drive the tangible actions  ...  We then suggest alternate means to achieve these goals that can be used with or instead of design rationale systems. Author Keywords Design rationale, theories of design, interactive systems design.  ...  Creativity Candy and Edmonds 6describe creative work as less predictable than routine work and look at how computer systems can support creative knowledge workers.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1182475.1182511 dblp:conf/nordichi/HornerA06 fatcat:gcgu7gm5a5gyla22dablmf6c2m
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