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An approach for pattern mining through grounded theory techniques and its applications to process-driven SOA patterns

Carsten Hentrich, Uwe Zdun, Vlatka Hlupic, Fefie Dotsika
2015 Proceedings of the 18th European Conference on Pattern Languages of Program - EuroPLoP '13  
Pattern mining is a term used in the pattern community to describe the process of identifying or discovering patterns.  ...  This pattern language aims at closing the conceptual gap between business architecture and software architecture with a focus on process-driven solutions.  ...  The services aim to hide the internal complexity of a system being integrated in a business process focusing on offering functionality in a standard way.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2739011.2739020 dblp:conf/europlop/HentrichZHD13 fatcat:5bokbmoyc5dqdclds42ym4bl3y

Supplier Performance Monitoring and Improvement (SPMI) through SIPOC Analysis and PDCA Model to the ISO 9001 QMS in Sports Goods Manufacturing Industry

2011 LogForum  
Corrective actions were recommended to deal with problem areas and an improved and revised Supplier Performance Monitoring and Improvement (SPMI) Process is suggested.  ...  Conclusions: Every organization needs to use a proper combination and selection of quality tools, methodologies and techniques for implementing continuous quality improvement process.  ...  The better understanding of how the process is working, enable to see required corrective actions and improvements.  ... 
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Current and Future Issues in BPM Research: A European Perspective from the ERCIS Meeting 2010

Jan vom Brocke, Jörg Becker, Alessio Maria Braccini, Rimantas Butleris, Birgit Hofreiter, Kęstutis Kapočius, Marco De Marco, Günter Schmidt, Stefan Seidel, Alexander Simons, Tomáš Skopal, Armin Stein (+5 others)
2011 Communications of the Association for Information Systems  
A European Perspective from the ERCIS Meeting 2010 Business process management (BPM) is a still-emerging field in the academic discipline of Information Systems (IS).  ...  , the implementation of software architectures) to managerial (e.g., the impact of organizational culture on process performance).  ...  Relevant research questions thus include, but are not limited to: What is the role of business processes in ECM implementation? How does the implementation of ECM impact business process performance?  ... 
doi:10.17705/1cais.02825 fatcat:z42bntyzgnbgpmqf6oh7746nzy

Content Management Implemented as Shared Service: A Public Sector Case Study [chapter]

Anton Joha, Marijn Janssen
2010 IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology  
The complexity of this arrangement originates from the need to manage content in the many parts of the organization and the involvement of many different roles.  ...  This paper addresses this knowledge gap by investigating a public sector case study and analyzing the decision process concerning the introduction of a CM for Shared Service Centers (SSCs).  ...  Differences between a CM SSC and SSCs in other Areas The case study shows that the implementation of a content management shared service center differs from shared services implementations in other areas  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-15346-4_11 fatcat:4cwdfcjuine23l2nliqmnx2hxy

Analytics, innovation, and organizational adaptation

Gerard George, Yimin Lin
2016 Innovation: Organization and Management  
With the advent of big data, organizations are integrating powerful computing tools in their organizational processes to drive efficiencies and improve service delivery.  ...  In this article, we provide a stylistic model of the role of analytics in innovation and call for further research on the underlying processes, contingencies, and outcomes.  ...  Doing so generates variety in how innovation processes are implemented with analytics either at the core or at the periphery of the business.  ... 
doi:10.1080/14479338.2016.1252042 fatcat:su2uh42lajc5da4uj2lh5mfds4

An Approach to Support Process Model Validation based on Text Generation

Martin Meitz, Henrik Leopold, Jan Mendling
2013 EMISA FORUM  
As a proof of concept we implemented our technique in the open source modeling tool WoPeD.  ...  However, often the validation and the usage of process models is hampered by the fact that many domain experts or not able to understand the models in detail.  ...  In the context of the validation situation, the domain expert can be understood as a learner who aims to comprehend a process model in order to provide feedback about its correctness and completeness.  ... 
doi:10.1007/bf03345896 fatcat:c5c6hdeb3rhl3bieuompxcrxja

E- Government Service Review In Dumai City Indonesia

Dedy Afrizal
2020 Jurnal Niara  
This paper utilises the Unified Theory of Acceptance and Use of technology (UTAUT) model to explore e-government services in Dumai city.  ...  Local government has faced a number of challenges and faced with various issues pertaining to their implementation of e-government services.  ...  As in the study (Rutdatin, 2017) speed of service provided and the certainty of the correct service schedule.  ... 
doi:10.31849/niara.v13i1.4805 fatcat:j6byfmmopza2ragos77kkajd24

Business analysis methodology in telecommunication industry – the research based on the grounded theory

Hana Nenickova
2013 Journal of Systems Integration  
The objective of this article is to present the grounded theory using in the qualitative research as a basis to build a business analysis methodology for the implementation of information systems in telecommunication  ...  The grounded theory of business analysis defines the specifics of the telecommunications industry, focusing on the very specific description of the procedure for collecting the business requirements and  ...  For example in the IT area in mobile operators there are hundreds of information systems providing automatic processes to ensure the products and services for end users (external as well as internal  ... 
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Business Excellence through the Theory of Accountability

P. S. Aithal
2021 International journal of case studies in business, IT, and education  
Background/Purpose: Theory of Accountability or Theory A is argued to be the best tool for enhancing organizational performance in the 21st century due to the relevance of its motivational and controlling  ...  Objective: To find the suitability and possibility of using the Theory of Accountability to improve organizational business excellence and to know its validity and superiority over other business excellence  ...  The planning strategy of Theory A also focuses on how organizations can develop and implement a monopoly or competitive business strategy in their business to achieve excellence.  ... 
doi:10.47992/ijcsbe.2581.6942.0103 fatcat:rn4sico645cwpauwv7xubnvg3m

Business Excellence through the Theory of Accountability

P. S. Aithal
2021 Zenodo  
Background/Purpose: Theory of Accountability or Theory A is argued to be the best tool for enhancing organizational performance in the 21st century due to the relevance of its motivational and controlling  ...  Originality/Value: This paper fulfills a global need on how to achieve business excellence by implementing organizational human accountability.  ...  The planning strategy of Theory A also focuses on how organizations can develop and implement a monopoly or competitive business strategy in their business to achieve excellence.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.4775879 fatcat:6ek52jilmbgpzl4httex7f6u6q

Efficient deployment of large mobile networks

Ossi Pöllänen, Leo Bhebhe
2011 Netnomics  
In this paper, the constraints of these large deployments were searched, listed and analyzed using the grounded analysis of a case study in India.  ...  One large issue at the start of the study was lengthy telecommunication implementation lead time (TILT). The cost of deployment is directly proportional to TILT.  ...  Network plan The task of the Network Planning team (NP) is to create a network plan based on the business input from the operator and deliver it to the Network Implementation team (NI) for implementation  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11066-011-9062-9 fatcat:pdi5myvxujbq3ppixf3pw43rle

Improvement of Business Processes Performances through Establishment of the Analogy: Quality Management System – Human Organism

Aleksandar Vujovic, Zdravko Krivokapic, Mirko Sokovic
2011 Strojniski vestnik  
readiness of organizations of productive and service type in terms of achieving BE have been drawn and areas and priorities regarding the improvement with the aim of achieving top performances have been  ...  This paper establish a model for improvement of business processes performances based on quality management system (QMS) through a comparison with top organizational performances characterized by criteria  ...  monitoring and performance measurement processes, have no mechanisms for the implementation of corrective measures in cases that have not achieved the planned performance of processes and the like.  ... 
doi:10.5545/sv-jme.2009.177 fatcat:gz7oefiac5afrjkyu3aex5ck2q

The Adoption Of Process Management For Accounting Information Systems In Thailand

Manirath Wongsim, Pawornprat Hongsakon
2015 Zenodo  
In order to implement AIS adoption successfully, it is important to consider the quality of information use throughout the adoption process, which seriously impacts the effectiveness of AIS adoption practice  ...  This research aims to explore ways of managing information quality and AIS adoption to investigate the relationship between the IQ issues and AIS adoption process.  ...  Especially in medium and large organisations, a multi-stages adoption process is found common to ensure that the right AIS system is acquired and implemented to support the existing business operations  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1107093 fatcat:rw3mnp35azaj7i5w6gkkamt5ie

Planning Theory

Beverly Goldberg, John G. Sifonis
1994 Journal of Business Strategy  
Then to ensure that you choose the correct option, you must first analyze the gaps between how good the business perceives itself to be compared to how good it really is in terms of its com- petition.  ...  The point is to determine what course corrections must be made to adjust to such changes—and to the strate- gic implementation process as well.  ... 
doi:10.1108/eb039643 fatcat:a6s5m6o6ivhfdeq6upkgiqdpdq

An Integrative Health Information Systems Approach for Facilitating Strategic Planning in Hospitals

Brenda Killingsworth, Henry E. Newkirk, Elaine Seeman
2006 Health Care Management Review  
This SIS architecture utilizes a systems perspective of strategic decision making within a hospital in two phases.  ...  Organizational analysis examines the hospital's current position within the environment and the development of the hospital's vision and goals.  ...  area (how does the hospital maximize resource productivity), and operational (how does the hospital implement the strategy efficiently?).  ... 
doi:10.1097/00004010-200604000-00005 pmid:16648691 fatcat:snv4vhxlzba63o25gizomd6f3y
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