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Research Report: Modifying Paradigms—Individual Differences, Creativity Techniques, and Exposure to Ideas in Group Idea Generation

Monica J. Garfield, Nolan J. Taylor, Alan R. Dennis, John W. Satzinger
2001 Information systems research  
analytical groupware-based creativity techniques were found to increase the number of paradigm-modifying ideas produced.  ...  paradigm-modifying ideas that attempted to change the problem paradigm), the exposure to paradigm-modifying ideas from others and the use of intuitive groupware-based creativity techniques rather than  ...  When the setting, task, and type of desired outcome is known, individual cognitive style may play a role in selecting the tools and the techniques to be used.  ... 
doi:10.1287/isre.12.3.322.9710 fatcat:ax4osnyaz5henfsqdcr2dspqlu

A Methodology for Reducing Geographical Dispersion Problems during Global Requirements Elicitation

Gabriela N. Aranda, Aurora Vizcaíno, Alejandra Cechich, Mario Piattini
2008 Workshop em Engenharia de Requisitos  
We introduce the proposal as well as the results of a controlled experiment, which show preliminary but promissory tendencies.  ...  most frequent problems in GSD.  ...  It is also supported by the ESFINGE project (TIN2006-15175-C05-05) Ministerio de Educación y Ciencia (Dirección General de Investigación)/ Fondos Europeos de Desarrollo Regional (FEDER) in Spain; the CompetiSoft  ... 
dblp:conf/wer/ArandaVCP08 fatcat:rgwugw3k5zd3phy5zi6owuxen4

Strategies to Minimize Problems in Global Requirements Elicitation

Gabriela N Aranda, Aurora Vizcaíno, Alejandra Cechich, Mario Piattini
2008 CLEI Electronic Journal  
Many challenges arise in global software development projects, most of which are related to the lack of face-to-face communication and people's need to feel comfortable with the technology that they use  ...  In this paper we introduce a methodology to detect the problems which may occur during the global requirement elicitation process and propose solutions to reduce them.  ...  It is also supported by the ESFINGE project (TIN2006-15175-C05-05) Ministerio de Educación y Ciencia (Dirección General de Investigación)/ Fondos Europeos de Desarrollo Regional (FEDER) in Spain; the CompetiSoft  ... 
doi:10.19153/cleiej.11.1.3 fatcat:oqiy4ktrejeopczjmnqymhkk3u

Models and Metaphors in Groupware: Towards a Group-Centered Design [chapter]

Gloria Mark, Peter Mambrey
1997 Human-Computer Interaction INTERACT '97  
This paper reports on user experiences with the introduction of a groupware system in a government ministry.  ...  Our findings suggest that users understood the system as supporting collaboration, yet they had difficulties in understanding and using the groupware due to: I) the lack of corresponding representation  ...  Acknowledgements The authors would like to thank the following people for their valuable comments and insights: Wolfgang Dzida.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-35175-9_73 fatcat:p5uhxlzlnrdrdmavir2jvygq2e

A DESIGN FRAMEWORK FOR ELECTRONIC COGNITIVE APPRENTICESHIP

Feng-Kwei Wang, Curtis J. Bonk
2019 Online Learning  
In this framework, the practice of case-based learning is grounded in cognitive apprenticeship.  ...  The proposed framework applies the principles of cognitive apprenticeship and case-based learning in designing a learning environment using groupware technology.  ...  Of course, it is also vital to understand the role of the facilitator in fostering learning in such environments.  ... 
doi:10.24059/olj.v5i2.1883 fatcat:pvxrd67yc5hvjdytbijlveq6g4

What Happened to our Document in the Shared Workspace? The Need for Groupware Conventions [chapter]

Gloria Mark, Wolfgang Prinz
1997 Human-Computer Interaction INTERACT '97  
They include rules for how the groupware functionality should be used for communication about work, for how data should be processed, and for decision-making.  ...  Based on user experiences with POLITeam, a large groupware system implemented in a German ministry, we report how conventions are difficult to establish and to follow.  ...  In the department where the system is installed, we find varied employee roles: 1 unit leader, 6 ministry employees (responsible for specific content areas of the ministry), and 3 typists in their own  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-35175-9_65 fatcat:btg7tip2f5f7xjfipo66zlotlu

W-03 Analysis of the difficulties on introduction of PBL approach in Egypt(International Session)

Takasei Okano, Sessa Salvatore, Ahmed Ramadan
2011 JSEE Annual Conference International Session Proceedings  
Based on this result, the authors suggest the utilization of groupware and the implementation of real simation PBL approach in the context ofE-JUST,  ...  Based Learning (PBL) approach has been introduced in the master program as one of the Japanese educational approaches.  ...  of the neutering meta-cognitive domain of the students.  ... 
doi:10.20549/jseeen.2011.0_24 fatcat:z2vo6uzmnjba7gftvafazdi7pq

Empirical study of Team Usability Testing: a laboratory experiment

Dalma Geszten, Balázs Péter Hámornik, Károly Hercegfi
2020 Cognition, Technology & Work  
The goal of this method is to evaluate the usability of real-time distributed groupware.  ...  In this paper, the results of the laboratory experiment and its implications for the field study will be discussed.  ...  Acknowledgements Open access funding provided by Budapest University of Technology and Economics.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10111-020-00647-8 fatcat:qiyd4ouxczbqfhtlgtc36ixhqi

From information processing to knowledge creation: A Paradigm shift in business management

Ikujiro Nonaka, Katsuhiro Umemoto, Dai Senoo
1996 Technology in society  
Also, several diJ%rences between the Japanese-vs. Western-style organizational knowledge creation and their implications in relation to IT are discussed.  ...  We present our theory of organizational knowledge creation, along with actual examples of IT that are being used now or can be used in the nearfuture by business organizations.  ...  As for the cognitive dimension of tacit knowledge, Japanese I.  ... 
doi:10.1016/0160-791x(96)00001-2 fatcat:3bw46iaoyvdbtjzsruceqb5jky

Task analysis for groupware usability evaluation

David Pinelle, Carl Gutwin, Saul Greenberg
2003 ACM Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction  
To enable closer links between the task representation and the groupware interface, CUA grounds each collaborative action in a set of group work primitives called the mechanics of collaboration.  ...  Most discount methods rely on some understanding of the context in which the groupware systems will be used, which means that evaluators need to model the tasks that groups will perform.  ...  number of people who are playing the same role.  ... 
doi:10.1145/966930.966932 fatcat:yr7ulq237ba3nfmgpjgy3gttqa

GroupWare and group decision support systems for wood procurement organisation. A review

Teijo Palander, Mari Toivonen, Sanna Laukkanen
2002 Silva Fennica  
of GroupWare, because decisions are made in distributed groups and they deal with human behaviour.  ...  Many kinds of decision support systems (DSSs) have been suggested for use of wood procurement organisations, but few meet the real needs of team managers in group decision-making process.  ...  Acknowledgements This review is part of a research project entitled 'Group Decision Support in Wood Procurement', led by Professor Pertti Harstela at the University of Joensuu.  ... 
doi:10.14214/sf.546 fatcat:zw425y2mxvcodoqkplifxz2egq

Perspectives on and problems with computer-mediated teamwork

Rita M. Vick
1998 Sigdoc Asterisk  
Groupware interventions have not been accepted by the majority of potential users.  ...  variables, and cultural factors to be considered in the design of groupware systems are presented.  ...  It was noted that cognitive styles are related to a behavior predisposition while cognitive strategies are the translation of the predisposition along with the multi-factor environment, situation, and  ... 
doi:10.1145/291391.291392 fatcat:4qqsfx3tjzdoplfdt3cfpdg3tq

Integration of collaboration and interaction analysis mechanisms in a concern-based architecture for groupware systems

Rafael Duque, María Luisa Rodríguez, María Visitación Hurtado, Crescencio Bravo, Carlos Rodríguez-Domínguez
2012 Science of Computer Programming  
The results of the analyzed processes allow problems in users' collaborative work and shortcomings in the functionalities of the groupware system to be identified.  ...  Collaboration and interaction analysis allows for the characterization and study of the collaborative work performed by the users of a groupware system.  ...  Acknowledgements This research has been partially supported by R + D projects of the Spanish MCYT under projects TIN2007-60199 and TIN2008-05995/TSI.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.scico.2010.05.003 fatcat:rtu22iifdbcltmbdb7zz4dhgeu

Groupware and social networks: will life ever be the same again?

Mark Pendergast, Stephen Hayne
1999 Information and Software Technology  
In it we explore the evolution of groupware and expose some of its effects on organizations and society. ᭧ 1999 Elsevier Science B.V.  ...  The papers in this special issue are some of the best from over 100 papers submitted to the GROUP'97 conference sponsored by the ACM Special Interest Group on Supporting Group Work.  ...  Synchronous groupware in the form of network-based interactive multi-user games and online ''chat rooms'' have found wide acceptance among home computer users, in particular younger users, who subscribe  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0950-5849(98)00064-0 fatcat:gfs5gz3ycbab3mplvrng5bripi

Me and You and Everyone We Know [chapter]

Miranda July
2009 100 American Independent Films  
Chapter 2 investigates the role of subjective norm in previous research based on the Technology Acceptance Model (TAM).  ...  Objectives Chapter 4 Chapter 4 examines the role of social influences and processes in the adoption of a GDSS system. In contrast to chapter 3, a cognitive perspective is used.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-349-92349-6_54 fatcat:t5kj2ymcrvdkzi3q5g6ww5togy
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