Action Design Research
Action design research (ADR) reflects the premise that IT artifacts are ensembles shaped by the organizational context during development and use and conceptualizes the research process as containing the inseparable and inherently interwoven activities of building the IT artifact, intervening in the organization, and evaluating it concurrently.
The impact of use context on mobile services acceptance: The case of mobile ticketing
Being Proactive: Where Action Research Meets Design Research
- R. Cole, S. Purao, M. Rossi, M. Sein
- Business, Computer ScienceInternational Conference on Interaction Sciences
The similarities between two approaches to investigating information systems in organizations, action research and design research, both directly intervene in real-world domains and effect changes in these domains are investigated.
An empirical investigation of mobile ticketing service adoption in public transportation
It is suggested that contextual and mobile service-specific features are important determinants of mobile service adoption and should thus be integrated into the traditional adoption models.
Design Science Research Process: A Model for Producing and Presenting Information Systems Research
A design science research process (DSRP) model that would meet three objectives: it would be consistent with prior literature, provide a nominal process model for doing DS research, and provide a mental model for presenting and appreciating DS research in IS is designed and demonstrated.
Design Science Research Contributions: Finding a Balance between Artifact and Theory
This editorial provides some constructive guidance across different positioning statements with actionable recommendations for DSR authors and reviewers to serve as a foundational step towards clarifying misconceptions about DSR contributions.
Design of emerging digital services: a taxonomy
- Kevin Williams, S. Chatterjee, M. Rossi
- Computer ScienceEuropean Journal of Information Systems
- 1 October 2008
By examining 12 leading digital services, a design taxonomy is developed to be able to classify and contrast digital services and it is hoped that the proposed taxonomy will be useful in understanding the science behind the design of digital services.
MetaEdit+: A Fully Configurable Multi-User and Multi-Tool CASE and CAME Environment
- S. Kelly, K. Lyytinen, M. Rossi
- Computer ScienceInternational Conference on Advanced Information…
- 20 May 1996
The development of a next generation CASE environment called MetaEdit+.
Complexity Metrics for Systems Development Methods and Techniques
Situational Method Engineering
- B. Henderson-Sellers, J. Ralyté, Pär J. Ågerfalk, M. Rossi
- BusinessSpringer Berlin Heidelberg
- 3 June 2014
This book presents the first summary of the state of the art for situational method engineering and offers a reference guide on features and technologies to consider when developing in-house software development methods or customising and adopting off-the-shelf ones.