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  Collaborative networks: reference modeling
Camarinha-Matos L., Afsarmanesh H., Springer Publishing Company, Incorporated, 2008. 336 pp.  Type: Book (9780387794259)

The field of collaborative networks has seen remarkable progress over the last ten to 15 years in terms of research and practical applications. Camarinha-Matos and Afsarmanesh provide a definition:...

Jan 9 2009
  Human interactions: the heart and soul of business process management: how people really work and how they can be helped to work better
Harrison-Broninski K., Meghan-Kiffer Press, 2005. 304 pp.  Type: Book (9780929652443)

Despite advances in business automation in recent years, the heart and soul of every organization is still its people, without whom the organization would stop dead in its tracks. The author shows how far we are from having a complete ...

Jul 31 2006
  Mark Stefik on invention and innovation
 Ubiquity 5(35): 1-1, 2004.  Type: Article

Mark Stefik is a long-time denizen of the fabled Xerox Palo Alto Research Center (PARC) facility (now spun out into a wholly owned subsidiary that also undertakes research projects sponsored by other companies and organizations). His w...

Apr 13 2005
  Participatory IT design: designing for business and workplace realities
Bodker K., Kensing F., Simonsen J., Bdker K., MIT Press, Cambridge, MA, 2004.  Type: Book (9780262025683)

A methodology for conducting the design phases of an information technology (IT) project is described in this book. The framework is based on the MUST method, developed and tested in numerous design projects. This method builds on four...

Jan 25 2005
  The four-domain architecture: an approach to support enterprise architecture design
Iyer B., Gottlieb R. IBM Systems Journal 43(3): 587-597, 2004.  Type: Article

An enterprise architecture is the decomposition of an enterprise into its manageable parts, the definition or those parts, and the coordination of the interaction among those parts. Architectures may have three benefits: responsiveness...

Jan 25 2005
  The next generation of internet portals
Jafari A. In Designing portals. Hershey, PA: Idea Group Publishing, 2003.  Type: Book Chapter

This is the seventh chapter of Designing portals, which is a collection of papers on Internet portals in higher education, including sections on design, case studies, and vendor perspectives. This chapter provides a high-level o...

Oct 27 2003
  Developing a portal channel strategy
Watkins J. In Designing portals. Hershey, PA: Idea Group Publishing, 2003.  Type: Book Chapter

The use of Web portals in higher education is increasing in popularity. There are, however, a number of issues that arise when planning and implementing an information Web portal. This chapter contains information on portal channel str...

Oct 10 2003
  Design criteria for children’s Web portals: the users speak out
Large A. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 53(2): 79-94, 2002.  Type: Article

Children now become acquainted with technology and the Internet at a young age. This paper investigates how young Web surfers evaluate portals designed for them. It reports on a qualitative study, undertaken with Canadian children, to...

Aug 2 2002
  Information aspects of new organizational designs: exploring the non-traditional organization
Travica B. Journal of the American Society for Information Science 49(13): 1224-1244, 1998.  Type: Article

With changes in organizational environments, the domination of thebureaucratic organization is under attack. The coming of new,nontraditional organizations poses a challenge for those who want tounderstand the information aspects of su...

Jun 1 1999
  Defining and designing the performance-centered interface
McGraw K. (ed) interactions 4(2): 19-26, 1997.  Type: Article

The rationale for a performance-centered interface is that it not only satisfies the user, but also helps satisfy the user’s employer by promoting increased productivity. This paper gives a short overview of the idea of const...

Feb 1 1998
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