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Managing Transparency Guided by a Maturity Model

  title={Managing Transparency Guided by a Maturity Model},
  author={C. Cappelli and Priscila Engiel and R. Ara{\'u}jo and J. César and Sampaio do Prado Leite and Julio Cesar Sampaio do Prado Leite},
Transparency is a concept that is widely shared, but with a wide spectrum of distinct interpretations. We have been working on nailing down the transparency concept within the organizational context. As such, we have created a conceptual model of transparency, focusing on its relationships with other qualities (accessibility, ease of use, understandability, informativeness and auditability). Departing from this conceptualization of Transparency we are building a normative guide to measure the… Expand

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