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Conceptual Foundations of Crowdsourcing: A Review of IS Research
A literature survey of crowd sourcing research, focusing on top journals and conferences in the Information Systems field, and shows how existing IS literature applies to the elements of that conceptual model: Problem, People, Individual, and Crowd, Governance, Process, Technology, and Outcome. Expand
Association for Information Systems
Based on the analysis of representative evaluation methods, through certain financial indicators, using the financial data of listed companies of China, we use the Logistic regression method to buildExpand
A Design Approach for Collaboration Processes: A Multimethod Design Science Study in Collaboration Engineering
This study reports on a four-year design science study in which a design approach for collaboration engineering was developed that incorporates existing process design methods, pattern-based design principles, and insights from expert facilitators regarding design challenges and choices. Expand
The Collaboration Engineering Approach for Designing Collaboration Processes
A step-by-step approach for the design of collaboration processes that have many more functions and requirements than traditional process agenda's of facilitators is described. Expand
Machines as Teammates: A Collaboration Research Agenda
A long view on the implications of smart technology for collaboration process design and a research agenda for the next decade of collaboration research are taken, and a reference model is created to frame the research agenda. Expand
Challenges in collaborative modelling: a literature review and research agenda
Critical challenges in supporting the understanding and adoption of modelling rules, and in integration of sub-models and different perspectives of systems to achieve shared understanding visualised in a system representation are found. Expand
Challenges in Collaborative Modeling: A Literature Review
An overview of studies in which collaborative modeling efforts have been conducted is conducted to give first insights in the challenges of collaborative modeling, specifically with respect to group composition, collaboration & participation methods, modeling methods and quality in collaborative modeling. Expand
A mixed method investigation of sharing economy driven car-hailing services: Online and offline perspectives
Information congruity, competence, and empathy were identified as key factors in online service quality and attitudes towards the sharing economy were validated to moderate the relationship between servicequality and loyalty. Expand
Issues in the Design of Facilitated Collaboration Processes
It is discovered that although the activities performed and information used by novices is not very different from expert practices, their limited experience makes them less flexible, and when the actual session brings surprises such as different outcomes or conflict,novices cannot easily adapt their designs to accommodate these. Expand
Machines as teammates: A research agenda on AI in team collaboration
An international initiative by 65 collaboration scientists to develop a research agenda for exploring the potential risks and benefits of machines as teammates (MaT) offers a structure and archetypal research questions to organize early thought and research in this new area of study. Expand