Challenges and Solutions in Planning Information Systems for Networked Value Constellations


Zarvić, N. and Daneva, M. (2006) Challenges and Solutions in Planning Information Systems for Networked Value Constellations. In: Proceedings of the EMISA 2006 workshop - Methoden, Konzepte und Technologien für die Entwicklung von dienstbasierten Informationssystemen, 17-18 Oct 2006, Hamburg, Germany (pp. pp. 119-131).

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Abstract:Nowadays businesses often decide to form networked value constellations in order to satisfy complex customer needs. To fulfill the value-based requirements of an e-Business idea and to realize the coordination of such a multi-actor network an adequate underlying information systems architecture has to be conceptualized. This paper discusses the applicability of classical information system planning approaches, such as Information Engineering to cross-organizational settings expressed
through value-based requirements. On the basis of this analysis several requirements for the enhancement and adaptation of Information Engineering-like methodologies
for e-Business ideas are defined for the purpose of enabling alignment between a value-based business context and the information systems architecture in a networked environment.
The paper proposes a way to derive data-orientation from value-orientation,
i.e. an enterprise model from a value model. This in turn enables afterwards the
straightforward use of traditional data-oriented techniques for value-based business
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