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Systems Analysis and Design: People, Processes, and Projects
Edited by: Keng Siau; Roger Chiang; Bill C. Hardgrave
 




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Information: 240pp. AMIS Volume 18. Tables, figures, references, index.
Publication Date: November 2010.  

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Description: This volume in the Advances in Management Information Systems series presents the very latest, state-of-the art research in the field. The editors and contributors are well-known researchers in this area.

The book focuses on the personal and socio-technical aspects of SA&D. Chapters are grouped into three categories: people and social systems, socio technical processes, and project teams. Topics include:


--Designing context-aware business processes
--Staffing web-enabled e-commerce projects and programs
--Modeling techniques in IS development project teams.

Selected Contents:

Series Editor's Introduction, Vladimir Zwass
Acknowledgments

1. Social and Technical Aspects of Systems Analysis and Design, John Erickson and Keng Siau

PART I. SOCIAL SYSTEMS FOCUS: PEOPLE

2. The Application of Cognitive Complexity Principles to Reconcile the Agile and the Discipline Approaches, Dinesh Batra
3. Facilitators and Inhibitors for the Adoption of Agile Methods, Glen Van Der Vyver, Michael Lane, and Andy Koronios
4. Designing Context-Aware Business Processes, Michael Rosemann, Jan Recker, and Christian Flender

PART II. SOCIOTECHNICAL SYSTEMS FOCUS: PROCESSES

5. Staffing Web-Enabled E-Commerce Projects and Programs, Fred Neiderman
6. Focusing on Work Systems to Understand and Analyze Information Systems, Steven Alter
7. The Quality Evaluation of Software Systems: State of the Art, Practice, and Directions, Paolo Salvaneschi
8. MACOM: Multi-Agents Cognitive Map Approach for IS Project Risk Assessment, Kun-Chang Lee and Nam-Ho Lee

PART III. TECHNICAL SYSTEM FOCUS: PROJECTS

9. Use of Modeling Techniques in Information Systems Development Project Teams: Theoretical and Empirical Insights, Peter Green and Al Robb
10. Assigning Ontological Semantics to UML for Conceptual Modeling, Xueming Li and Jeffrey Parsons
11. Meta-Modeling to Design the Structure Database Schema, Elvira Locuratolo

Editors and Contributors
Series Editor
Index


Review(s): "AMIS has once again assembled a state-of-the-art research volume dedicated to expanding information systems knowledge and serving as a guide for future development. Highly recommended. Upper-division undergraduates through professionals/practitioners." -- Choice


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