- Vijay K. Vaishnavi, Sandeep Purao:
Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Design Science Research in Information Systems and Technology, DESRIST 2009, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA, May 7-8, 2009. ACM 2009, ISBN 978-1-60558-408-9
- Monica Chiarini Tremblay, Donald J. Berndt, Alan R. Hevner:
Measuring information volatility in a health care information supply chain.
- Yuan An, Prudence W. Dalrymple, Michelle L. Rogers, Patricia Gerrity, Jennifer Horkoff, Eric S. K. Yu:
Collaborative social modeling for designing a patient wellness tracking system in a nurse-managed health care center.
- Christina Keller, Klas Gäre, Mats Edenius, Staffan Lindblad:
Designing for complex innovations in health care: design theory and realist evaluation combined.
- Shirley Gregor:
Building theory in the sciences of the artificial.
- Arkalgud Ramaprasad, Sridhar S. Papagari:
- Christoph Bartneck:
Using the metaphysics of quality to define design science.
- Philipp Offermann, Olga Levina, Marten Schönherr, Udo Bub:
Outline of a design science research process.
- Roel J. Wieringa:
Design science as nested problem solving.
- Richard L. Baskerville, Jan Pries-Heje, John R. Venable:
Soft design science methodology.
- Andrew S. Gibbons:
A theory-based alternative for the design of instruction: functional design.
- David Gurzick, Wayne G. Lutters:
Towards a design theory for online communities.
- Christine E. Wania, Michael E. Atwood:
Pattern languages in the wild: exploring pattern languages in the laboratory and in the real world.
- Yutaka Yamauchi:
Power of peripheral designers: how users learn to design.
- Murali Venkatesh:
The constitutive and the instrumental in social design.
- Markus Rohde, Gunnar Stevens, Peter Brödner, Volker Wulf:
Towards a paradigmatic shift in IS: designing for social practice.
- Fergle D'Aubeterre, Lakshmi S. Iyer, Rahul Singh:
An empirical evaluation of information security awareness levels in designing secure business processes.
- Xiang Michelle Liu, George M. Wyner:
Coordination analysis: a method for deriving use cases from process dependencies.
- Anne Cleven, Philipp Gubler, Kai M. Hüner:
Design alternatives for the evaluation of design science research artifacts.
- Peter Baloh, Kevin C. Desouza:
Towards knowledge needs-technology fit model for knowledge management systems.
- Sven A. Carlsson, Stefan Henningsson, Stefan Hrastinski, Christina Keller:
An approach for designing management support systems: the design science research process and its outcomes.
- Tobias Mettler, Peter Rohner:
Situational maturity models as instrumental artifacts for organizational design.
- Joachim Schelp, Robert Winter:
Language communities in enterprise architecture research.
- Anke Gericke, Hans-Georg Fill, Dimitris Karagiannis, Robert Winter:
Situational method engineering for governance, risk and compliance information systems.
- Narasimha Bolloju, Sherry X. Sun:
Enhancing the quality of use case models and activity diagrams using a differential quality model.
- Stefan Jablonski, Stephanie Meerkamm:
An extended interpretation of process design and modeling.
- David J. Lubliner, George R. Widmeyer, Fadi P. Deek:
Organic design techniques utilized in the development of a domain-based integrated knowledge repository to enhance learning outcomes.
- Jan Ondrus, Yves Pigneur:
C-K design theory for information systems research.
- Christian Östlund, Karlheinz Kautz, Lars Svensson:
Towards adapting authentic learning for formal work-integrated e-learning.
- Jan Pries-Heje, Richard L. Baskerville:
A design theory for managing software process improvement.
- Kirti Sudumbrekar, Nan Xiao, Raj Sharman, Sanjukta Das Smith:
Security enhanced integrative modeling language (SEIML): a conceptual modeling grammar for agile business information systems.
- Angsana A. Techatassanasoontorn, Jungwoo Ryoo, Dongwon Lee, Taylor Davenport:
The design and evaluation of a virtual world-based learning environment: information security learning using Second Life.
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