Design Science Research Post Hevner et al.: Criteria, Standards, Guidelines, and Expectations

@inproceedings{Venable2010DesignSR,
  title={Design Science Research Post Hevner et al.: Criteria, Standards, Guidelines, and Expectations},
  author={John R. Venable},
  booktitle={DESRIST},
  year={2010}
}
There is ongoing debate about how the quality (rigour and relevance) of Design Science Research (DSR) should be judged. This research investigates the state of the debate by surveying the opinions of IS scholars who write, review, edit, and publish DSR papers. The survey respondents rated the relative importance of the seven guidelines (often used as evaluation criteria) laid out in Hevner et al (2004), more specific criteria about the evaluation activity in DSR, criteria concerning IS Design… CONTINUE READING

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