Constructing comparable business process models with domain specific languages - An empirical evaluation
Establishing technologies has brought mixed socio-economic impacts across nations and regions. Researchers have studied the relationships between the establishment technologies and its impacts through identifying innovative processes, major actors, and available resources. However, the challenge to this literature is how less resourced countries have achieved greater prosperity than better resourced countries by establishing Information and Communication Technology (ICT). To understand and analyze this phenomenon, we propose a typology of the configuration of roles and actors in establishing ICT based on an innovation framework. The proposed typology can be used not only to explain different socio-economic impacts among countries or regions, but also to suggest a constructive way in establishing ICT through reconfiguring involved actors in the key roles.
Becker, Jörg; Breuker, Dominic; Pfeiffer, Daniel; and Rackers, Michael, "Constructing comparable business process models with domain specific languages - An empirical evaluation" (2009). ECIS 2009 Proceedings. 292.
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