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Extensible software-as-a-service: Stability and agility

Jordan Gray
2010 Journal of Digital Asset Management  
Woody Hayes, the legendary football coach at The Ohio State University once said, ' You win with people. ' Companies that are the most alive and aware of changes in the market are driven by people who  ...  These new requests of the software arise partly from failures in communication, discovery, planning, scoping and partly from new emerging realities in business.  ... 
doi:10.1057/dam.2010.45 fatcat:54kk3ykekjhsxffkllon6fm3c4

System Engineering, for a Cognitive Sciences Approach

Thomas Peugeot
2014 International Conference on Complex Systems Design & Management  
Practical implications for SE justification and SE education are discussed.  ...  are techniques to compensate for our cognitive boundaries.  ...  Lean startup Another example is the "lean startup" agile approach. In SE classical view, people either plan or execute the plan.  ... 
dblp:conf/csdm/Peugeot14 fatcat:ndo62b6lnveqzh7huvta24ypre

Affordable telecommunications: A new digital economy is calling

Marta Poblet
2013 Australian Journal of Telecommunications and the Digital Economy  
broadband plan" represents approximately 1-2% of the gross national income (GNI) per capita in developed countries, the cost ranges from 11-25% of GNI per capita (ITU 2013) in less developed economies  ...  While these endeavours find their roots in previous hobbyists' movements (i.e. amateur radio, software hackers, do-it-yourself communities) today's' initiatives are able to connect, co-produce and share  ...  Acknowledgements This research has been supported by two research grants from the Spanish Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness (MINECO) to the projects "CrowdCrissControl" (IPT-2012-0968-390000) and  ... 
doi:10.7790/ajtde.v1n1.12 fatcat:evtlefs2wrcjbbeqbgxu7mchee

Fourteen Years of Software Engineering at ETH Zurich [article]

Bertrand Meyer
2017 arXiv   pre-print
Our work, summarized here, covered a wide range of theoretical and practi-cal topics, with object technology in the Eiffel method as the unifying thread .  ...  A Chair of Software Engineering existed at ETH Zurich, the Swiss Federal Insti-tute of Technology, from 1 October 2001 to 31 January 2016, under my leader-ship.  ...  Methods and tools for distributed software development. 7. Language development and standardization. 8. Software process and methodology, requirements analysis, agile methods. 9.  ... 
arXiv:1712.05078v2 fatcat:g4z4x7gn3zdmvpc7uaan55mw24

Enterprise Modelling for the Masses – From Elitist Discipline to Common Practice [chapter]

Kurt Sandkuhl, Hans-Georg Fill, Stijn Hoppenbrouwers, John Krogstie, Andreas Leue, Florian Matthes, Andreas L. Opdahl, Gerhard Schwabe, Ömer Uludag, Robert Winter
2016 Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing  
Many people actually develop some kind of model in their local practice without thinking about it consciously.  ...  Many people actually develop some kind of model in their local practice without thinking about it consciously.  ...  Acknowledgements This paper is a result of the Dagstuhl seminar no. 16192 on "Supporting Organizational Efficiency and Agility: Models, Languages and Software Systems" (see  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-48393-1_16 fatcat:k7efgw3sxfblddzvizidtxynke

Strategy Rule 3. Act with Speed: The Essential Component to Secure a Competitive Lead [chapter]

2007 Mastering the Rules of Competitive Strategy  
Therefore, build enough flexibility and what-if scenarios into your business plans. Also, develop second-tier objectives in the event that the primary ones are no longer within reach.  ...  Therefore, when you are ready to deploy your human, physical, and financial resources to implement your plan or encounter a competitor, do so by using a systematic approach.  ... 
doi:10.1201/9781420068108-7 fatcat:fput22eernfz7jq5ivwumogakq

Engineering Resilient Space Systems

John C. Day, Michel D. Ingham, Richard M. Murray, Leonard J. Reder, Brian C. Williams
2015 Insight  
technologies and development approaches.  ...  and knowledge representation, machine learning, automated reasoning, planning and scheduling middleware, languages, frameworks, runtime verification) • Key processes for agile and verifiable development  ...  spaces: goals to achieve task iv) Goals changing over time; actions are temporal and constrained A survey of AI planners developed outside of MIT, which is by no means all inclusive, resulted in this  ... 
doi:10.1002/inst.12006 fatcat:y5j67eywl5edlc5xj5246aqomy

Comparing strategies to integrate health information systems following a data warehouse approach in four countries

Johan Ivar Sæbø, Edem Kwame Kossi, Ola Hodne Titlestad, Romain Rolland Tohouri, Jørn Braa
2011 Information Technology for Development  
research, participatory design and open source software development in a number of developing countries ).  ...  The development and application of the free and open source software called District Health Information Software 2 (DHIS2) as a joint collaborative effort across countries Methodology This paper primarily  ...  I would also promote its adoption by other software developers globally and locally.  ... 
doi:10.1080/02681102.2010.511702 fatcat:sx625uuopje27puw3jqcdzuo5i

Znaczenie struktury miejsc pracy w dzieleniu się wiedzą między pracownikami – studium przypadku

Aleksandra Rudawska
2017 e-mentor  
Dess and Picken, 1999 New Economy Drivers Driven by the globalization of markets and enabled by the rapid diffusion of information and communication technologies, the developed economies of the world  ...  One reason is that while the New Economy may be dead, the need for speed to market, agility and innovation remains very much alive.  ... 
doi:10.15219/em69.1299 fatcat:erb63q3fkvfhfphbcdls4crfye

Green Software [chapter]

Bob Steigerwald, Abhishek Agrawal
2012 Harnessing Green It  
Acknowledgements The experiments and data summarized in this chapter are based on years of experimentation and research conducted by engineers of Intel Corp.  ...  The editorial team at Wiley deserves our commendation for their key roles in publishing this volume and in ensuring its quality.  ...  The integrated action plan arising out of this approach is given in Table 9 .6. Examples of indicators used to support the Dublin City Council sustainability plan are provided in Table 9 .7.  ... 
doi:10.1002/9781118305393.ch3 fatcat:epohredblvhg5ei2chbw2fmhpy

Globalisation, economic geography and the strategy of multinational enterprises

Peter J Buckley, Pervez N Ghauri
2004 Journal of International Business Studies  
The input of lessons from economic geography is thus becoming more important in understanding the key developments in international business.  ...  to policy makers in local, national and regional governments, and in international institutions.  ...  Acknowledgements The analysis in this paper draws on three earlier pieces - Casson (1998, 2001a, b) and Ghauri and Buckley (2002) .  ... 
doi:10.1057/palgrave.jibs.8400076 fatcat:p6eunwccpba73d6l2lxg2iuimm

Collaborative Governance Toolkit (beta version)

Valentina Frosini, Vasilis Niaros, Kelly Pavlaki, Alex Pazaitis, Laura Martelloni, Milena Juarez, Pablo Munoz Unceta
2020 Zenodo  
mapping of existing tools and guidelines for the circular economy in cities, analysis of the Pilot Cities Action Plans developed by the REFLOW Cities, as well as scoping out of their core challenges and  ...  First, the REFLOW Collaborative Governance Toolkit, outlines the design framework and overall journey which underpin the development of collaborative governance arrangements in the six pilot cities of  ...  Decode (Institut Municipal d'Informàtica de Barcelona, ThoughWorks, Nesta,, University College London, Appendix 2Inspiration: Digital Systems Be inspired by agile processes in software development  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3872729 fatcat:bqpb4hrawndstile7epgw7ctwi

Harnessing Green IT: Principles and Practices

San Murugesan
2008 IT Professional Magazine  
He has developed and delivered professional certificate training programs on green IT and cloud computing.  ...  In a career spanning over three decades in academia and industry, Dr Murugesan has led several innovative IT projects, provided leadership in teaching and research, and consulted to business, industry  ...  Acknowledgements The experiments and data summarized in this chapter are based on years of experimentation and research conducted by engineers of Intel Corp.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mitp.2008.10 fatcat:g5np2vq245drvflci2bc7bj4me

Cross-Border Trials for Cooperative, Connected and Automated Mobilty

Jesus Alonso-Zarate, Apostolos Kousaridas, Mmaciej Muehleisen
2019 Zenodo  
The situation is particularly challenging given that multiple road authorities, telecoms network operators, telecoms vendors, car manufacturers, and network generation scenarios are involved in any crossborder  ...  The vision of cooperative, connected, and automated mobility (CCAM) in Europe can only be realized, when harmonized solutions that support cross-border traffic exist.  ...  Both of these approaches are explored in 5G-CARMEN.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3984691 fatcat:5wtnd6k37jf43apie3pwsh3x6u

Business Model Adaptation and the Success of New Ventures

Bernardo Balboni, Guido Bortoluzzi
2015 Journal of Entrepreneurship, Management and Innovation  
In this study, we explore the connections between business model adaptation and the success of new ventures.  ...  We try to understand if and how the evolution of these firms' business models is connected to their success.  ...  In this sense, the firms' dynamic capabilities have been critical in keeping them alive and kicking in three highly dynamic business environments.  ... 
doi:10.7341/20151117 fatcat:jga6tukkarc7zgfb7wepqhysem
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