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Managing the dynamics of mutual adaptation of technology and organisation in information systems development projects

Bendik Bygstad
2005 Software Process: Improvement and Practice  
Should planned mutual adaptation be part of an information systems development project, or is it outside the reasonable scope of such projects?  ...  The dynamics of mutual adaptation is described by a window of opportunity, where both the information system and the business process are malleable.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS An earlier and shorter version of this article was presented at the Information Systems Development Conference (ISD) in Vilnius, Lithuania, in September 2004.  ... 
doi:10.1002/spip.234 fatcat:foa5kyj6knbd3gufaopjqhoo5u

Introduction [chapter]

Jacques-Eric Bergez, Olivier Therond
2019 Agroecological Transitions: From Theory to Practice in Local Participatory Design  
As part of the adaptive and transition management paradigms, the project will propose an epistemological move to better match current needs of participatory research (hybridization between hard and soft  ...  In the 1990s, the development of the concepts of sustainability and multifunctionality challenged the monolithic logic of the productivist model.  ...  , particularly in the framework of adaptive management, is a powerful tool for generating such learning; (iii) develop participation: the participation of system actors in governance and management processes  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-030-01953-2_1 fatcat:klspyvxs2ba3loe3jvoj2oew4y

Business Processes Based Information Systems Development [chapter]

Vaclav Repa
1999 BIS '99  
To ensure required adaptability of information system as a whole we must aim at the process of its development.  ...  While in the theory of management the "business process orientation" is quite new phenomenon in the information systems development methodologies the activities which the process of analysing business  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-4471-0875-7_19 dblp:conf/bis/Repa99 fatcat:ttpyhs2ennbfffoct5gz3gc6lm

Multi-Dimensions of Food Insecurity in Chiang Mai, Thailand: A Socio-Economic Examination of Agricultural Production

Wanwarang Krittaput
2019 International Journal of Social Science Studies  
Adaptive management involves awareness of farming food crises and the capacity of community leaders to instigate changes.  ...  Management collaboration between the community and external organisational support is vital to solve problems in a holistical manner.  ...  Thanks are also due to officials of the Faculty of Social Science, Chiang Mai University and Ban Pa Phai villagers who rendered beneficial co-operation and proactively assisted in this research.  ... 
doi:10.11114/ijsss.v7i5.4450 fatcat:3lqkj4xxtnepzaxmls32mz5j2m

A CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK FOR SUSTAINABLE eHEALTH IMPLEMENTATION IN RESOURCE-CONSTRAINED SETTINGS

Getnet Bogale Fanta, Leon Pretorius
2018 South African Journal of Industrial Engineering  
Moreover, in the change management process, organisational, interoperability, psychological, social, legal, and ethical factors can be a barrier to the sustainable implementation of eHealth in developing  ...  Government and other stakeholders in the developing world are showing a strong desire to use information and communications technology (ICT) in the health sector to replicate the successful revolution  ...  Development Bank as one of the top ten eHealth projects in 2013 [26] .  ... 
doi:10.7166/29-3-2055 fatcat:gm535y7r7ne2diglbi6w2gh7nu

Co-Evolution of the University Technology Transfer: Towards a Sustainability-Oriented Industry: Evidence from Italy

Paola Paniccia, Silvia Baiocco
2018 Sustainability  
The article contributes to the further understanding of the management of technology transfer by combining some elements from the literature about the co-evolution of social organisations and their environment  ...  The study analyses the dynamics of the relationships at different organisational levels within universities able to create sustainability-oriented innovative university spin-offs and start-ups, through  ...  Acknowledgments: The authors acknowledge PNICube for data on the National Innovation Award case study. Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su10124675 fatcat:veg6rgcp2jacbpv5ol3vsqaiv4

On the Dynamics of Structure, Power, and Interaction: A Case Study from a Software Developing Company

Trygve J. Steiro, Ragnar Vennatrø, Johan Bergh, Glenn-Egil Torgersen
2022 International Journal of Management, Knowledge and Learning  
Purpose: In a dynamic world with high customer demands and volatile markets, organisations need to adapt to changes in context.  ...  Methodology: In a dynamic world with high customer demands and volatile markets, organisations need to adapt to changes in context.  ...  Now, I will know when a trip is needed, and I can also be in power to steer when it is needed to go. Before, this was the call of the project manager and the project manager alone'.  ... 
doi:10.53615/2232-5697.11.215-228 fatcat:len5hgdu3zayfm3iis5cqmjwhm

Coordination in complex systems: increasing efficiency in disaster mitigation and response

Louise K. Comfort, Mark Dunn, David Johnson, Robert Skertich, Adam Zagorecki
2004 International Journal of Emergency Management  
The authors present the concept of complex adaptive systems as a theoretical framework that explains the dynamic processes involved in achieving coordinated action among multiple organisations to manage  ...  The goal is to design a decision support system that uses information technology to enhance the capacity of multiple organisations to adapt their actions reciprocally to changing conditions of risk, enabling  ...  IISIS prototype in this research project.  ... 
doi:10.1504/ijem.2004.005314 fatcat:zij3de7vazeqtio7dxusi333q4

Dynamics of Long-Life Assets: The Editors' Intro [chapter]

Göran Granholm, Stefan N. Grösser, Arcadio Reyes-Lecuona
2017 Dynamics of Long-Life Assets  
In an EU-funded research project twenty organisations including three research institutes, four universities and thirteen companies studied, developed and demonstrated ways to deal with the dynamics of  ...  Driven by a number of concurrent trends, including economic and political development, technological breakthroughs and social connectivity, the impacts on industry in general are fundamental.  ...  The results are based on close collaboration between the 20 partners of the UIW-research project. Dynamics of Long-Life Assets: The Editors' Intro  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-45438-2_1 fatcat:pvsj4qwuo5fufpmbfurfx5oa4i

SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY OF THE EDUCATIONAL ECOSYSTEM OF A HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTION UNDER CONDITIONS OF STRUCTURAL AND INNOVATIVE CHANGE

Valentyna Yatsenko
2021 Management  
We propose an innovation ecosystem model for higher education institutions, which represents a new organisational integrity and modern way of producing innovation, implemented within a dynamic and adaptive  ...  in the country and the responsibility of the educational organisation for the quality of education to its stakeholders.METHODS.  ...  With the rapid development of information and communication technologies and the digitalisation of systems and resources for use in HE, there is a rethinking of the learning process itself, developing  ... 
doi:10.30857/2415-3206.2021.1.3 fatcat:jya6h3tafbglnlpemdfiy2alvy

Creating Sustained Strategic Capabilities through Organisational Dynamic Capabilities and Strategies: A Case Study of Rubber Wood Export Industry in Thailand

Yuttachai Hareebin, Somnuk Aujirapongpan, Sununta Siengthai
2018 Asian Academy of Management Journal  
We are thankful to the representatives of the industry operators and rubber entrepreneurs without whose data and insights, this study could not have been accomplished.  ...  Our thanks and appreciation are also extended to the five experts who have taken the time to share their opinion and views which further sharpened our research instrument for this study.  ...  Management of information system and knowledge management are developmental sciences of modern organisations in the world.  ... 
doi:10.21315/aamj2018.23.1.6 fatcat:r3cgzhtokfh5jcthv4w56wrihm

Information System Purchase and Integration Contingencies When Companies Merge

Per Engelseth, Adam Sadowski, Artur Janusz, Fahad Awaleh
2021 Sustainability  
Normally, information system purchase and information system development involve reciprocal interdependencies involving mutual adjustments through intensive technologies and tight interaction among all  ...  This study grounds empirically the purchasing and further integration of an implemented information system set in the frenzied context of a corporate merger.  ...  Acknowledgments: We especially would like to thank Anniken Karlsen of NTNU and Kristian Alm of Norwegian School of Management BI for their help in the data collection and the preliminary analysis this  ... 
doi:10.3390/su13158223 fatcat:xehtrgywznbgtfe3twuagdtycq

The development of dynamic capabilities through organisational and managerial processes

Dawn A. Harris, Frederick Kaefer, Linda M. Salchenberger
2013 International Journal of Business Environment  
One key consequence of the dynamic capabilities approach is that the competitive advantage of a firm lies in its organisational and managerial processes.  ...  The research question examined in this paper is how organisational processes such as knowledge management and managerial processes such as the coordination between top managers specifically create dynamic  ...  The CEO viewed the role of information systems and IT in the organisation as crucial to increase efficiency.  ... 
doi:10.1504/ijbe.2013.052087 fatcat:eyxrw4ptdjf6xmkylvnfmrsdei

Building Adaptive Capacity through Learning in Project-Oriented Organisations in Infrastructure Planning

Bert De Groot, Wim Leendertse, Jos Arts
2020 Urban Planning  
Management in the Netherlands.  ...  To this end, we have conducted an in-depth case study of a typical project-oriented organisation in infrastructure planning: Rijkswaterstaat—the executive agency of the Ministry of Infrastructure and Water  ...  Acknowledgments We thank Rijkswaterstaat for cooperating and providing us with data for our research. Conflict of Interests The authors declare no conflict of interests.  ... 
doi:10.17645/up.v5i1.2523 fatcat:i73bspf2jfbknp2sv6h3mddhnq

Human/Technology Co-Adaptation in the context of Cybersecurity

Rachid Chemsi
2018 European Conference on Information Systems  
It is processual in nature, with a holistic reach driven inspired by various adaptation dynamics such as power, identity, ethics and technology; that are driving the overall co-adaptation.  ...  therefore allowing the acceleration of the much needed success of cybersecurity systems deployments or any other controversial but required technology.  ...  Edgar Morin This paper addresses co-adaptation between human and technological actors in the context of Information Systems (IS) adoption in a Governmental Organisation (GO).  ... 
dblp:conf/ecis/Chemsi18 fatcat:zblmsludojhhxbnwhkbsrrnfhi
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