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Information Systems Theory: Explaining and Predicting Our Digital Society (Vol. 2)
Critical Contextual Success Factors for Business Intelligence: A Delphi Study on Their Relevance, Variability, and Controllability
- S. Olbrich, J. Pöppelbuß, Björn Niehaves
- Business45th Hawaii International Conference on System…
- 4 January 2012
The results are expected to support BI managers addressing their challenges in BI initiatives and they also provide directions for future research on critical contextual success factors and system design variables in general and gives specific insights into the BI domain.
Shaping the Next Incarnation of Business Intelligence
- H. Baars, Carsten Felden, P. Gluchowski, A. Hilbert, H.-G. Kemper, S. Olbrich
- Computer ScienceBus. Inf. Syst. Eng.
- 17 January 2014
This paper shows how research strings that have been extracted from an extensive literature review can be bundled to a new vision for BI that is aligned with new requirements coming from socio-technical macro trends.
ICT-enabled Refugee Integration: A Research Agenda
- Safa'a AbuJarour, Manuel Wiesche, V. Venkatesh
- Political ScienceCommun. Assoc. Inf. Syst.
- 12 June 2019
How refugees use information and communication technology in different regions of the world is understood to understand how ICT is supporting refugees’ desperate journey to safety, their stay in temporary settlement camps, and their post-settlement inclusion in host countries.
On the Merits and Limits of Replication and Negation for IS Research
The authors of this paper suggests ways to identify studies worth replicating in the authors' field and reflects on possible roles of replication and testing for future IS research.
Exploring the Future Shape of Business Intelligence: Mapping Dynamic Capabilities of Information Systems to Business Intelligence Agility
This paper proposes a structural model that focusses on DWH-based BI and investigates how current BI-related trends and environmental turbulence affect the way that BI is shaped in the future.
Leveraging Technology for Refugee Integration: How Can We Help?
The goal is to present the chances and challenges of ICT use by refugees on an operational level, and how ICT systems should be designed and culturally adapted.
BI Systems Managers' Perception of Critical Contextual Success Factors: A Delphi Study
This paper investigates critical contextual success factors that influence business intelligence (BI) system success in terms of their relevance and controllability and identifies five distinct clusters of CCSFs that influence BI system success.
Inclusive Design in IS: Why Diversity Matters
The panel and additional points added in this paper provide guidance on the impact of gender in IS theorizing as a demonstration example and reflect on the trend towards social design in the IS research community.
Impacts of In-memory Technology on Data Warehouse Architectures - A Prototype Implementation in the Field of Aircraft Maintenance and Service
This work introduces a prototype using an in-memory based BI architecture that proves to have the capability to support business critical processes in a new way and indicates enhanced agility for BI in terms of flexibility and adaptation.