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Impact of Socio-Technical Network on Process Performance

Rong Liu, Akhil Kumar
2014 Proceedings of the 10th IEEE International Conference on Collaborative Computing: Networking, Applications and Worksharing  
Existing studies have shown that social networks among resources that collaborate to work on a business process instance have an impact on the performance of the instance.  ...  Thus, we propose to identify empirically the specific features of social networks (e.g. size, closeness, density, etc.) that have the most significant impact on the performance of a process.  ...  A socio-technical network lies at the confluence of people, process and technology.  ... 
doi:10.4108/icst.collaboratecom.2014.257288 dblp:conf/colcom/LiuK14 fatcat:oukjhbnwy5hm3govjrfufwflni

A Socio-technical Approach to Managing Material Flow in the Indonesian Fertiliser Industry [chapter]

Issa D. Utami, Raymond J. Holt, Alison McKay
2014 IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology  
This paper proposes a conceptual model of supply network processes and their relationships to infrastructures such as ports based on a socio-technical systems analysis of material flow.  ...  However, managing the flow of material around a port is a complex process, affected by a range of socio-technical factors.  ...  of Education of Republic of Indonesia.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-662-45937-9_31 fatcat:jm63bhf24vb43gfihap5fw2vqu

Challenges of social cognitive network science: network science collaborative technology alliance perspective

Keryl Ann Cosenzo, Boleslaw Karol Szymanski
2013 2013 IEEE 2nd Network Science Workshop (NSW)  
The focus is on potential impact that this research may have on unique needs of military, foremost the US Army, to effectively and efficiently operate in the increasingly complex and interconnected networks  ...  The review of the progress and current status of research of the center provide state-of-the-art view of the relevant areas of social cognitive network science.  ...  SCNARC has three main technical areas, Socio-technical Systems, Influence and Control of Network Behavior, and Formal and Informal Networks. 1) Socio-technical systems 2) Influence and control of  ... 
doi:10.1109/nsw.2013.6609207 dblp:conf/nsw/CosenzoS13 fatcat:jdbhqsg7ubbxdl7rntjkrgvjbq

IT Governance in Collaborative Networks: A Socio-Technical Perspective

Josephine L.L. Chong, Felix B. Tan
2012 Pacific Asia Journal of the Association for Information Systems  
The aim of the study is therefore to empirically explore the impacts of socio-technical factors on the effectiveness of IT governance for a collaborative network by examining three IT governance elements  ...  In addition, few have taken a socio-technical perspective.  ...  More importantly, the socio-technical approach asserts a joint optimization of social and technical systems can result in a positive impact on organizational performances (Liu et al., 2006) .  ... 
doi:10.17705/1pais.04202 fatcat:jatot7zabzduznwxtpiq24wuuy

Enriching research quality: A proposition for stakeholder heterogeneity

Thomas Franssen
2022 Research Evaluation  
in all types of research as they are assigned roles in the socio-material networks, also termed 'problematizations', that researchers reconfigure.  ...  Established approaches to, and notions of, research quality do not recognize the heterogeneity of relevant stakeholders nor allow for reflection on the performative effects of research.  ...  Such socio-material networks have performative effects, as John Law and Annemarie Mol explain: 'Active entities are relationally linked with one another in webs.  ... 
doi:10.1093/reseval/rvac012 fatcat:tx66t57zoratnejedkvjhgsss4

Computational organization science: A new frontier

K. M. Carley
2002 Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America  
Socio-technical systems such as organizations are viewed complex, computational and adaptive (1). Such systems are This paper results from the Arthur M. Sackler  ...  Further, because computational models enable the user to run large scale virtual experiments without altering the actual socio-technical world in which we live, such models become an important tool for  ...  These networks, when coupled with the change processes, provide a detailed model of the socio-technical system.  ... 
doi:10.1073/pnas.082080599 pmid:12011404 pmcid:PMC128594 fatcat:zix7jc2wpvh6lnah3bk5m6ap7y

Who Can Help to Review This Piece of Code? [chapter]

Noureddine Kerzazi, Ikram El Asri
2016 IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology  
We mined the histories of five open source projects (OSS) from GitHub and examined both technical and socio-technical interactions based on Social Network Analysis (SNA).  ...  Efficient collaboration relies on both technical and social linkages.  ...  One way of localizing reputed domain expert, to ask for reviewing a piece of code, is to build contributors socio-technical networks and analyze them.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-45390-3_25 fatcat:kwoyaa3i2zcsnb2g5lez5l2u3q

Sustainable Production : Challenges and objectives for EU Research Policy

Nigel Roome, Ioannis Anastasiou
2002 Reflets et perspectives de la vie économique  
Socio-technical systems, in turn, involve networks of actors, many of whom depend on the technologies in the system for their economic position or status.  ...  Market drivers and the mix of policies have specific impacts on individual socio-technical systems, which should be analysed in detail.  ...  It will require a suite of policy instruments that create a climate in which processes for learning and collaboration, good practice and goals are cultivated for individual socio-technical systems, rather  ... 
doi:10.3917/rpve.411.0035 fatcat:guimlnz3bfg2hpcuqpzuifv4hi

A Simulation Framework for Sustainability Assessment in Evolving Socio-Technical Infrastructure Systems

Mostafa Batouli, Ali Mostafavi
2016 Procedia Engineering  
The outcomes of the simulation model include the short-and long-term costs and environmental impacts of infrastructure networks under different scenarios related to the changes in the socio-environmental  ...  The proposed framework includes an agent based simulation model to capture the dynamic behaviors of decision makers and the evolving performance of infrastructure assets under different socio-environmental  ...  Impact of demand growth on performance regime of the network The performance regime of infrastructure networks is also sensitive to changes in the socio-environmental conditions.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.proeng.2016.04.006 fatcat:5n35nhthubaincrb2xwbhqhpd4

The identity approach for assessing socio-technical resilience to climate change: example of flood risk management for the Island of Dordrecht

B. Gersonius, R. Ashley, C. Zevenbergen
2012 Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences  
</strong> Recent EU guidance on adaptation calls for the enhancement of socio-technical resilience to climate change.  ...  Based on the results, socio-technical resilience has been redefined as the ability of the system to continue to function as expected in the face of change.  ...  The authors gratefully acknowledge the support of the EU's Interreg IVB project MARE.  ... 
doi:10.5194/nhess-12-2139-2012 fatcat:iowdkmb5tzee5kk2un7rszvwyq

Developing a socio‐technical framework for business‐IT alignment

Sang M. Lee, Kihyun Kim, Patrick Paulson, Hyesung Park
2008 Industrial management & data systems  
Business-IT alignment resulting from socio-technical arrangements in firms' infrastructure has positive impacts on business performance.  ...  Design/methodology/approach -Based on the previous studies, a socio-technical approach was developed to explain how the functional integration in the business-IT alignment process could be accomplished  ...  Because the study emphasized the impact of socio-technical arrangements between groups on business performance, we limited the subjects from each group in an organization to groups that contribute to the  ... 
doi:10.1108/02635570810914874 fatcat:wz3alysfajfxfemjxkosqmg6qi

IMPACT OF CONTEMPORARY COMPETENCIES IN CAREER GROWTH AND SUCCESS DECISION PROCESS

2020 Strad  
The statement of research problem is to measure the comparative 'impact of contemporary competencies on employee's career successes.  ...  Talented few and star performers are critical to an enterprise; at the same tone, ensuring commitment and the inclusion of valued contributors in the talent processes is essential.  ...  The overall comparative impact of PACs on career success is 16%, followed by EACs with an impact of 15% on career success and EACs providing a unfavourable impact of -3%, primarily driven by -13% impact  ... 
doi:10.37896/sr7.9/047 fatcat:3plam556zncihokh64lk6g5dum

Rethinking Service Design: A Socio-Technical Approach to the Development of Business Models [chapter]

L. C. Beaumont, L. E. Bolton, A. McKay, H. P. N. Hughes
2014 Product Development in the Socio-sphere  
Ackn o w le d gm e n ts This work is partially supported by applied research conducted within the Socio-Technical Centre at Leeds University Business School, UK.  ...  The authors also gratefully acknowledge the helpful comments and suggestions of the reviewers, which have improved the presentation.  ...  token=7... consider holistically the networks of people, technologies, and contexts which impact on service delivery. One such perspective is offered by socio-technical thinking.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-07404-7_5 fatcat:iqehq4pynffcpnruz4r22lcil4

IoT Security Adoption into Business Processes: A Socio-Technical View

Kavyashree Gollahalli Chandrashekhar, Forough Karimi Alaghehband, Desiree Özgün
2017 Americas Conference on Information Systems  
It is important to explore the impact these developments have on our society.  ...  This approach facilitated the assessment and identification of security threats from both social and technical perspectives.  ...  System performance relies on the joint optimisation of the technical and social subsystems.  ... 
dblp:conf/amcis/ChandrashekharA17 fatcat:yrcgw5fkqfcybf7xtdedn5q64i

Community Smells – The Sources of Social Debt: A Systematic Literature Review [article]

Eduardo Cabllero-Espinosa and Jeffrey C. Carver and Kimberly Stowers
2022 arXiv   pre-print
Social debt describes the impacts of poor socio-technical decisions on work environments, people, software products, and society.  ...  This SLR explains the impact of community smells on teamwork and team performance. Results: We include 25 studies.  ...  The definition highlights the accumulation of socio-technical costs or recurring socio-technical effects that affect the performance of software development teams.  ... 
arXiv:2209.10671v1 fatcat:icy77zcuizb37npqnc4dapytja
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