Between Cost Efficiency and Limited Innovation – A Scientometric Study of Business Process Standardization
While process standardization is a usual component in companies’ daily BPM toolkit research and practice still struggle to determine and realize the particular value and impact of process standardization for process performance especially independently from its drawbacks. As the basic idea of process standardization in research is spread across different fields a complete overview on this topic and its related benefits and drawbacks especially in Information Systems research is still missing. Therefore within this approach we provide a scientometric study including all publications of the JAIS ranking, the LSE ranking of IS top journals, the WKWI list for 2008 and the power publication approach for IS top journals. In total 80 peer-reviewed research articles of different fields such as information systems and management, different outlets, as proceedings and journals were identified and analyzed due to their methodology, relevancy, spreading and content.
Schreiber, Bettina; Eckhardt, Andreas; and Laumer, Sven, "Between Cost Efficiency and Limited Innovation – A Scientometric Study of Business Process Standardization" (2010). AMCIS 2010 Proceedings. 38.