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Alexandria - University of St.Gallen (Switzerland) (22,714 recursos)
The Repository covers mainly fulltext and non-fulltext scientific publications in economics, cultural studies and law. It has been actively developed since 2004.

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1. Open (e-)Cooperation - Ein Erfahrungsbericht zu Formen der Zusammenarbeit von Hochschullehre und Unternehmenspraxis - Andrea Back

2. Identifying Business Components on the Basis of an Enterprise Ontology - Antonia Albani; Jan L. G. Dietz; Johannes Maria Zaha
Companies are more and more focusing on their core competencies, outsourcingbusiness tasks to their business partners. In order to support collaboration between businesspartners, adequate information systems need to be built automating inter-organizationalbusiness processes. The bases for such information systems are business componentscombining software artefacts from different vendors to applications which are individual toeach customer. The crucial factors in identifying and building reusable, marketable and selfcontainedbusiness components are the appropriateness and the quality of the underlyingbusiness domain models. This paper therefore introduces a process for the identification ofbusiness components based on an enterprise ontology, being a business domain modelsatisfying well defined...

3. Web-Analyse-Dienste als Instrument des Blog-Monitoring - Thomas Walter; Andrea Back

4. From Reference Model to Component Model - Antonia Albani; Johannes Maria Zaha
Stable component models are an essential prerequisite for developingcustomer-individual business applications. Thereby the information for theidentification and specification of their components is gained from domainmodels. Reference models constitute a potential source for building enterprisespecificdomain models. Based on the analysis of existing reference models,this article shows how information available through reference models can beused for the development of stable component models. The derivation ofinformation required for the identification and specification of reusablebusiness components is discussed using example reference modellingtechniques. Additionally, potential extensions of existing reference modellingtechniques are shown.

5. Systematization of Maturity Model Extensions - Gerrit Lahrmann; Frederik Marx

6. Zwischen Kundenindividualität und Standardisierung – Konzeptvorschlag und Datenstruktur eines IT-Produktmodells - Henrik Brocke; Falk Uebernickel; Walter Brenner
IT-Dienstleister sind zunehmend gefordert, ihr Serviceportfolio konsequent auf die IT-Unterstützung von Geschäftsprozessen der Kunden auszurichten. Dadurch können Diversifikation sowie Transparenz in den IT-Ausgaben und ihrem strategischen Wertbeitrag beim Kunden erreicht werden. Für eine standardisierte Leistungserbringung im Sinne der IT-Industrialisierung erscheinen solche Dienstleistungen jedoch zu kundenindividuell, zumal sie einer kontinuierlichen Veränderung der Kundenanforderungen unterliegen. Dem entgegenwirkend wird ein dreistufiges Konfigurations-Konzept von Leistungsvereinbarungen vorgestellt: IT-Dienstleistungen sollen zum Einen durch fest vorab definierte Zusatzservices ausgestaltbar und konfigurierbar gehalten werden. Zusätzlich soll die Wiederverwendung modularisierter Leistungszusagen für kundenindividuell ausgestaltete Leistungsvereinbarungen den standardisierten IT-Betrieb aufrecht erhalten. Dieses Konzept wird detailliert in seiner Datenstruktur als Resultatdimension...

7. Enterprise-wide Information Logistics: Conceptual Foundations, Technology Enablers, and Management Challenges - Robert Winter

8. Model Type Construction - An Approach For Achieving Scientific Cognition - Joachim Schelp; Jochen Mueller; Christian Wilhelmi; Barbara Dinter
In Business Informatics, research objectives can be classified in the two groups cognition objectives and design objectives. The former postulate the whish to understand given and observed facts, the latter constitute the aim to design new facts. Model type construction can be seen as an approach for achieving scientific cognition, since model types are helpful in the research process as well as a result type in research processes. Efficiency in the research design is reached, when certain requirements are observed. These requirements include the necessity to explicate the epistemological point of view, the research objective and the explanatory statement for...

9. Design Factors for Service-oriented Architecture Applied to Analytical Information Systems: an Explorative Analysis - Barbara Dinter; Florian Stroh

10. A UML Profile for the e3-Value e-Business Modeling Ontology - Christian Huemer; Alexander Schmidt; Hannes Werthner; Marco Zapletal

11. Harmonizing company-wide Information Objects - Alexander Schmidt; Boris Otto

12. Processes for Enterprise Application Architecture Management - Martin Hafner; Robert Winter
Over the past few decades, the way in which enter- prises have performed their business and organizational changes at the level of information systems has for the most part been incomplete and / or unsystematic. Funda- mental IT innovations have therefore coincided with the development of heterogeneous application landscapes which are more or less inconsistent with the business and / or process architecture. Explicit management of the application architecture, which forms the interface be- tween the business and the technical view on the informa- tion system, is necessary to recreate and preserve consis- tency. Based on a requirements analysis for...

13. On the Interplay of Design Research and Behavioral Research—A Language Community Perspective - Joachim Schelp; Robert Winter
While the results of behavioral research are often used in design research, and contributions back to the knowledge base by behavioral research are considered as well, the implications of the divergent underlying epistemological foundations are rarely discussed. This paper investigates the effect of these foundations on the mutual usability of research outcomes in both directions. The design perspective is represented by reference modeling and method engineering, while the behavioral research perspective is represented by social science methods. Whereas research results from behavioral research may be used in design research under certain circumstances-proper translation into the realm of the language community...

14. Enterprise Architecture Governance: The Need for a Business-to-IT Approach - Robert Winter; Joachim Schelp
The importance of enterprise architecture is not only understood in corporate IS/IT departments. The numerous usage potentials for corporate planning as well as for compliance management, business continuity management, risk management etc. are successively discovered by the business side. In order to provide an aligned support instrument for IS/IT departments as well as business units and the corporate center, enterprise architecture management has to be anchored in IS/IT as well as in business. Clear and effective governance is required to assure consistency and timeliness of enterprise architecture process outputs. Based on a business-to-IT approach to enterprise architecture, governance practices in...

15. Language Communities in Enterprise Architecture Research - Joachim Schelp; Robert Winter
As a result of the rigor vs. relevance debate, researchers who focus on design research on organizational problems are beginning to focus on their research methodology's rigor. One of the means to lever the standards is the explicit establishment of defined language communities. This paper investigates to what extent current design research focusing on organizational problems is satisfying the requirements to establish such language communities. As research on organizational problems in IS research is still a very broad field, this paper focuses on research on enterprise architecture (EA). It contributes a state of the art overview on EA research regarding...

16. Information Logistics Strategy – Analysis of Current Practices and Proposal of a Framework - Barbara Dinter; Robert Winter

17. On the Application of the ISD Method Engineering Approach to Organizational Engineering - Anke Gericke; Robert Winter

18. Towards a Classification of Maturity Models in Information Systems - Tobias Mettler; Peter Rohner; Robert Winter
Over the past years, a wide range of maturity models have been developed by practitioners as well as academics for the purpose of measuring and prescribing certain aspects of information systems 'maturity'. Since, to our knowledge, no classification system for maturity models exists to date, the rising number of maturity models implicates problems with respect to retrievability and reusability. Aiming at enhancing the time consuming and exhausting search and selection process of appropriate assessment models, a classification approach for IS maturity models is presented in this paper. Based on a broad literature review that yields 117 maturity models which are...

19. Method versus Model – Two Sides of the Same Coin? - Robert Winter; Anke Gericke; Tobias Bucher

20. Dienstleistungen für Independent Living: Kundenanforderungen und Optionen für die Angebotsgestaltung - Oesterle Hubert; Osl Philipp; Alain Benz
Ältere Menschen haben stark unterschiedliche Qualitätsanforderungen an verschiedene Dienstleistungen, die ihnen ein unabhängiges Leben in den eigenen vier Wänden ermöglichen. Dies schränkt die Möglichkeit für Anbieter ein, alle Leistungen aus einer Hand selbst zu erbringen. Da Kunden jedoch eine möglichst gebündelte Bereitstellung aller benötigten Services wünschen, ergeben sich Potenziale für Dienstleistungs-Intermediäre, die elektronische Service-Plattformen zur Koordination der Leistungserbringer und Kundenprozessunterstützung nutzen. Trotz in Summe hoher Qualitätsanforderungen zeigen ältere Menschen ein beachtliches Interesse an Low-Cost-Dienstleistungen. Um diese realisieren zu können, bedarf es jedoch geänderter Preismodelle.

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