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Methodologies for Developing and Managing Emerging Technology Based Information Systems : Information Systems Methodologies 1998, Sixth International Conference on Information Systems Methodologies - Trevor Wood-Harper

Methodologies for Developing and Managing Emerging Technology Based Information Systems

Information Systems Methodologies 1998, Sixth International Conference on Information Systems Methodologies

By: Trevor Wood-Harper (Editor), Nimal Jayaratna (Editor), Bob Wood (Editor)

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This volume contains the proceedings of the 6th International Conference of the BCS Specialist Group on Information Systems Methodologies. The conference brought together papers on methodology issues related to the development and management of emerging technology based information systems. As usual there was a good range of papers addressing the 'soft' and 'hard' aspects of IS development and management. Methodologies for Developing and Managing Emerging Technology-based Information Systems will be of interest to practitioners who are engaged in systems development and modifying or aligning existing methodologies to practice.

Using SSM and Software Prototyping: an Emergent Methodology for an Ethical Information Systemp. 1
A Critical Analysis of the Practical Relationship Between Soft Systems Methodology, Husserlian Phenomenology and Systems Developmentp. 15
A First Step in Developing a Web Application Design Methodology: Understanding the Environmentp. 24
A Meta Modelling Approach for Unifying Soft Systems and Information Systems Modellingp. 34
A Methodology and Maturity Critique of an Intranet Developmentp. 46
A New Methodology for New Systems Technology: How Lotus' Accelerated Value Method is Addressing Groupware Systems Developmentp. 53
A Preliminary Account of a Case Study Approach to Understanding Factors that Shape the Requirements Process in an NHS Hospitalp. 65
A Preliminary Investigation of Rapid Application Development in Practicep. 77
A Team-Based Process Model for UMLp. 88
Active Interfaces to Facilitate Network Based Cooperative Workp. 102
Adapting the OPEN Methodology for Web Developmentp. 117
An Expectation-Perception Gap Analysis of Information Systems Failurep. 130
Applying Semiotic Methods to Requirements Recoveryp. 142
Can Intranet Development be a Valuable Means of Organisational Learning?p. 153
Combining Methodologies: Issues Arising, and Lessons Learned, from Developing a Knowledge Management Systemp. 166
Deny All Knowledge? Examining the Epistemological Assumptions of Anti-Foundationalist Information Systems Design Methodologiesp. 181
Emerging Technologies and Situated Requirementsp. 197
Information Systems and Organisational Change: the use of 'Project Engineering' in a Hospital Emergency Servicep. 208
Information Technology Support for the Learning Organisationp. 217
Is it all in Vain? The Effect of Systems Development Education on Practice: The Multiview - Examplep. 230
Is There Any Implicit Knowledge Management Within Software Processes?p. 248
Not Another Methodology. What Ant Tells Us About Systems Developmentp. 258
Participation in Information Systems Researchp. 269
Promise and Practice: I-CASE and Rapid Application Development in Telecom Eireannp. 280
Requirements Engineering for Rapid Developmentp. 301
Seeking Alignment of Organisation Development in Information Systems Researchp. 315
Supporting the End User Computing Processp. 331
The Problem of Defining Objects: A Critical Evaluation of Coad and Yourdon's Object Oriented Analysis Using the Nimsad Frameworkp. 342
The Role of Object-Oriented Modelling Methods in Requirements Engineeringp. 353
Theory in Information Systemsp. 369
Towards a Technique for Formulating Information Flows within a Human Purposeful Activityp. 379
Using the Multiview2 Framework for Internet-Based Information System Developmentp. 389
Author Indexp. 404
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ISBN: 9781852330798
ISBN-10: 1852330791
Series: BCS Conference Ser.
Audience: General
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 404
Published: 30th March 1999
Publisher: Springer London Ltd
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 23.39 x 15.6  x 2.18
Weight (kg): 0.59