The emergence of a new form of IS offshore enterprise - The modern heterarchy
Nickerson, Robert; Varshney, Upkar; Muntermann, Jan; Isaac, Henri (2009-06), The emergence of a new form of IS offshore enterprise - The modern heterarchy, dans Newell, Susan; Whitley, Edgar A.; Pouloudi, Nancy; Wareham, Jonathan; Mathiassen, Lars, Information systems in a globalising world: challenges, ethics and practices: ECIS 2009, 17th European Conference on Information Systems, Verona, Italy, 2009, p. 13
TypeCommunication / Conférence
Titre du colloque17th European Conference on Information Systems, ECIS 2009
Date du colloque2009-06
Ville du colloqueVérone
Pays du colloqueItalie
Titre de l'ouvrageInformation systems in a globalising world: challenges, ethics and practices: ECIS 2009, 17th European Conference on Information Systems, Verona, Italy, 2009
Auteurs de l’ouvrageNewell, Susan; Whitley, Edgar A.; Pouloudi, Nancy; Wareham, Jonathan; Mathiassen, Lars
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Résumé (EN)The complexity of the information systems field often lends itself to classification schemes, or taxonomies, which provide ways to understand the similarities and differences among objects under study. Developing a taxonomy, however, is a complex process that is often done in an ad hoc way. This research-in-progress paper uses the design science paradigm to develop a systematic method for taxonomy development in information systems. The method we propose uses an indicator or operational level model that combines both empirical to deductive and deductive to empirical approaches. We evaluate this method by using it to develop a taxonomy of mobile applications, which we have chosen because of their ever-increasing number and variety. The resulting taxonomy contains seven dimensions with fifteen characteristics. We demonstrate the usefulness of this taxonomy by analyzing a range of current and proposed mobile applications. From the results of this analysis we identify combinations of characteristics where applications are missing and thus are candidates for new and potentially useful applications.
Mots-clésTaxonomy; Taxonomy Development; Mobile Application; M-Commerce; Mobile Business
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