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Big Data
TLDR
Information systems research is ideally positioned to support big data critically and use the knowledge gained to explain and design innovative information systems in business and administration – regardless of whether big data is in reality a disruptive technology or a cursory fad.
Leveraging Crowdsourcing: Activation-Supporting Components for IT-Based Ideas Competition
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How activation-enabling functionalities can be systematically designed and implemented in an IT-based ideas competition for enterprise resource planning software and found that participation can be supported using a two-step model is described.
Community Engineering for Innovations: The Ideas Competition as a Method to Nurture a Virtual Community for Innovations
‘Crowdsourcing’ is currently one of the most discussed key words within the open innovation community. The major question for both research and business is how to find and lever the enormous
Memorandum on design-oriented information systems research
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This memorandum, 10 authors propose principles of design-oriented information systems research, which are supported by 111 full professors from the German-speaking scientific community, who with their signature advocate the principles specified therein.
The Business Perspective of Cloud Computing: Actors, Roles and Value Networks
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The main contribution of this paper is the compilation of cloud actors and their roles within a new cloud computing value network and a conceptual development of a generic value network of different actors in cloud computing.
Design and Governance of Platform Ecosystems - Key Concepts and Issues for Future Research
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A literature review of relevant journals and conferences shows that platform ecosystems have been analysed from two different perspectives: tech-nology and market-oriented, and lays out which concepts practitioners need to consider when designing and governing platform ecosystems.
Motivating domestic energy conservation through comparative, community-based feedback in mobile and social media
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A study that seeks to provide initial indications for motivation-specific design of energy-related feedback by examining eco-visualisations, temporal self-comparison, norm comparison, one-on-one comparison and ranking, whereby the last three allow the potential of socialising energy- related feedback to be explored.
A strategy for knowledge management
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The paper sees that a manager should be aware of the objectives and business processes of the organizational unit and chooses the knowledge management strategy and Objective in accordance to the business strategy and objective and enhances understanding about the influence of organizational environment factors on the success of knowledge management initiatives.
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