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Stakeholder analysis and landscape in a hospital project – elements and implications for value creation

Kari-Pekka Tampio, Harri Haapasalo, Farooq Ali
2022 International Journal of Managing Projects in Business  
PurposeThis study primarily aims to analyse stakeholder management challenges and how these emerge in the stakeholder landscape in a large hospital project.  ...  There is an evident potential of utilising the stakeholder landscape and its elements in the resulting collaborative value creation in hospital projects.  ...  The main aim of this cycle was to form a real-life understanding of our case project, what kind of stakeholder map can be drawn from the operative process, what stakeholder management challenges this set  ... 
doi:10.1108/ijmpb-07-2021-0179 fatcat:gkzfrgjgnba2ldr72sl7ngtiey

Water: the bloodstream of the biosphere

W. Ripl
2003 Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Biological Sciences  
The essential role of water is expanded in a conceptual model of energy dissipation, based on the water balance of whole landscapes.  ...  In this model, the underlying role of water phase changes-and their energy-dissipative properties-in the function and the self-organized development of natural systems is explicitly recognized.  ...  This paper is the result of a discussion process within our working group at the Technical University Berlin consisting of K. D. Wolter, C. Hildmann, I.  ... 
doi:10.1098/rstb.2003.1378 pmid:14728789 pmcid:PMC1693288 fatcat:ggduhpdusbavbcyqxcxmwcgm74

Earth's Critical Zone and hydropedology: concepts, characteristics, and advances

H. Lin
2010 Hydrology and Earth System Sciences  
The reconciliation of coupled geological and biological cycles (vastly different in space and time scales) is essential to understanding the complexity and evolution of the CZ.  ...  , hydrosphere, and lithosphere, thereby creating a life-sustaining environment.  ...  John Maximilian Köhne is thanked for translating the paper of D. E. Tsakalotos.  ... 
doi:10.5194/hess-14-25-2010 fatcat:may4wur3d5daxhrcyi7vtizvwa

An Information Model for Landscape Management – Discussing Temporality Aspects [chapter]

Sabine Buckl, Alexander Ernst, Florian Matthes, Christian M. Schweda
2009 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Planning, managing, and maintaining the evolution of the application landscape is a focal point of enterprise architecture (EA) management.  ...  Thereby, a lack of support for this management discipline was discovered, which is caused by the way, application landscapes are modeled in tools.  ...  The aspect of temporality is also only partially addressed, while the models contain ways to store life cycle states of applications, it does neither support planning transitions between life cycle states  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-01247-1_37 fatcat:xxnu2uq5ejhfvf32kse4b2dfhu

Usage of Interface Management System in Adaptive Reuse of Buildings

Ekin Eray, Benjamin Sanchez, Carl Haas
2019 Buildings  
Finally, this study concludes with the suggestions on interface management systems (IMS) implementation for future adaptive reuse projects.  ...  Adaptive reuse of buildings is considered a superior alternative for new construction in terms of sustainability and a disruptive practice in the current capital project delivery model for the renewal  ...  After defining the need, they also provided a software system that helps project stakeholders to manage interfaces in their projects [42] .  ... 
doi:10.3390/buildings9050105 fatcat:zsddqqmp2jczbdz5lpl7hnfdre

Evapotranspiration – A Driving Force in Landscape Sustainability [chapter]

Martina Eiseltova, Jan Pokorny, Petra Hesslerova, Wilhelm Ripl
2012 Evapotranspiration - Remote Sensing and Modeling  
It is in the interest of society as a whole that land managers (farmers, foresters) be rewarded for their actions towards sustainable management of their land.  ...  of our landscape': only their experience 'in tune' with their local environment -in direct feedback mode with the properties and harmonic patterns of their own locality -can rescue society's life-giving  ...  Evapotranspiration -A Driving Force in Landscape Sustainability, Evapotranspiration -Remote Sensing and Modeling, Dr.  ... 
doi:10.5772/19441 fatcat:cimvaswq35d4faadnpr4wvlkka

MODELDB: Opportunities and Challenges in Managing Machine Learning Models

Manasi Vartak, Samuel Madden
2018 IEEE Data Engineering Bulletin  
We call the process of tracking a model across all phases of its life-cycle as model management.  ...  We also discuss the changing landscape and growing challenges and opportunities in managing models.  ...  Thus, we define a model management system as a system that tracks metadata about models through the five phases of their life-cycle.  ... 
dblp:journals/debu/VartakM18 fatcat:ku5ohu2ty5dlfaueohtmexdnuu

A strategic plan for future USDA Agricultural Research Service erosion research and model development

Mark A. Weltz, Chi-Hua Huang, Beth A. Newingham, John Tatarko, Sayjro K. Nouwakpo, Teferi Tsegaye
2020 Journal of Soil and Water Conservation  
A proper accounting of surface and subsurface water and its management effects are essential in new 3D landscape erosion modeling systems.  ...  BUILDING FUTURE RESEARCH CAPACITY In developing the new USDA erosion research and prediction system, a transition plan has been created to ensure continuity of ongoing efforts with NRCS, especially during  ... 
doi:10.2489/jswc.2020.0805a fatcat:q5t4nzrvdrdzvk3aosln76qkjq

Reframing Wildfire Simulations for Understanding Complex Human–Landscape Interactions in Cross-Cultural Contexts: A Case Study from Northern Australia

Rohan Fisher, Scott Heckbert, Stephen Garnett
2021 Fire  
An increase in the frequency of severe fire events, as well as a growing interest in wildfire mitigation strategies, has created a demand for skilled managers of landscape fire and a better community understanding  ...  diverse set of land managers in discussions of fire management.  ...  the communities of Buluhkaduru and Malanyangakk in Northern Australia.  ... 
doi:10.3390/fire4030046 fatcat:6xume2fa5ncx3jlvovcx2wg6vq

How do requirements evolve over time? A case study investigating the role of context and experiences in the evolution of enterprise software requirements

Stephan Schneider, Jan Wollersheim, Helmut Krcmar, Ali Sunyaev
2016 Journal of Information Technology  
We conduct a longitudinal, exploratory single-case study of the life cycle of cloud-based ES in a medium-sized organization.  ...  We develop a process theory that explains how requirements evolve beyond ES implementation and throughout its life cycle.  ...  Helmut Krcmar has been a Full Professor of Information  ... 
doi:10.1057/s41265-016-0001-y fatcat:6lvqhuqk4jacpaewohdab4slda

The Life Cycle Challenge of ERP System Integration

Tommi Kähkönen, Andrey Maglyas, Kari Smolander
2014 Information Systems Development  
An inductive case study was made to examine a long-term ERP system of a large manufacturing enterprise to better understand the nature and importance of ERP system integration.  ...  Our results can be summarized as four findings about the current life cycle models: 1) integration should be a major consideration when choosing ERPs, 2) deployments are continuous, 3) external integration  ...  Acknowledgements This study was funded by Academy of Finland grant #259454.  ... 
dblp:conf/isdevel/KahkonenMS14 fatcat:xutbejfbh5fc5mcmw74fwwy6la

Researching the agroecosystem/environmental interface

M.R Carter
2001 Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment  
They can be placed in the following four areas: the environmental impact of farming systems; the management of organic resources, the link between the ecology of farming systems and the environment; and  ...  of ecological interactions within agroecosystems and especially at the agroecosystem/environmental interface.  ...  Acknowledgements The author is grateful to Dirk de Heer, Elsevier Editorial Office, for providing some of the historical details in regard to Agriculture and Environment, Agro-Ecosystems, and Agriculture  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0167-8809(00)00277-2 fatcat:cobcdo33xbfofklvavjlboua2a

CARBON FOOTPRINT EVALUATION & CERTIFICATION SYSTEM FOR THE BUILDING INDUSTRY–BUILDING, LANDSCAPING AND INTERIOR RENOVATION IN TAIWAN

Hsien-Te Lin
2018 Grand Renewable Energy proceedings  
The system contains an engineering-oriented component I/O database system and a pre-diagnosis function.  ...  The author proposes the CFES-LCBA as a robust alternative to the product-oriented inventory standards of PAS2050 and ISO14067.  ...  Scenario Simulation Method of Dynamic EUI The daily energy usage throughout a building's life cycle accounts for a large portion of its LCA carbon footprint, especially in an architectural or landscaping  ... 
doi:10.24752/gre.1.0_94 fatcat:tdwrobl74vgttgx75c3okvcr5y

Developiing a reference model of the information system architecture of high-tech enterprises

I. V. Ilyin, O.Yu. Iliashenko, K.M. Makov, K.V. Frolov
2015 St Petersburg State Polytechnical University Journal Economics  
Poly platform systems integration is used as a method of constructing the target architecture of a unified information system for information support life cycle product (with all the necessary improvements  ...  A reference model of the system architecture was built with due regard to integration tools for information exchange in a single information space between all the subsystems.  ...  allows storing and managing data related to a product throughout its life cycle in a centralized manner.  ... 
doi:10.5862/je.228.10 fatcat:ye563qj43nhh5ionudo2y5hqre

Biogeochemical Hot Spots and Hot Moments at the Interface of Terrestrial and Aquatic Ecosystems

Michael E. McClain, Elizabeth W. Boyer, C. Lisa Dent, Sarah E. Gergel, Nancy B. Grimm, Peter M. Groffman, Stephen C. Hart, Judson W. Harvey, Carol A. Johnston, Emilio Mayorga, William H. McDowell, Gilles Pinay
2003 Ecosystems  
their occurrence, assess their importance in landscape biogeochemistry, and evaluate their utility as tools for resource management.  ...  Finally, we emphasize the needs for further research to assess the potential importance of hot spot and hot moment phenomena in the cycling of different bioactive elements, improve our ability to predict  ...  of life-sustaining biogeochemical cycles and the human activities that affect them.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10021-003-0161-9 fatcat:stt6fq4monarxfxc43euitilru
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