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The State of the Art of Business Process Management Research as Published in the BPM Conference
Business & Information Systems Engineering: Vol. 58, No. 1
The research field of Business Process Management (BPM) has gradually developed as a discipline situated within the computer, management and information systems sciences. Its evolution has been shaped by its own conference series, the BPM conference. Still, as with any other academic discipline, debates accrue and persist, ...
Data Analysis of Delays in Airline Networks
Business & Information Systems Engineering: Vol. 58, No. 2
Cost-optimized airline resource schedules often imply a lack of delay tolerance in case of unforeseen disruptions, e.g. late check-ins, technical defects or airport and airspace congestion. Therefore, the consideration of timeliness and robustness has become an important topic in robust resource scheduling and a wide ...
Erratum to: Theories in Business and Information Systems Engineering
Business & Information Systems Engineering: Vol. 58, No. 5
Innovation Through BYOD?
Business & Information Systems Engineering: Vol. 57, No. 6
Leveraging the IT innovation capabilities of employees is becoming increasingly feasible in the era of IT consumerization. Consumer IT tools, in form of tablets, smartphones, or social media, are entering organizations and are changing the way employees use technology for work. In this article, the authors decipher the ...
When ‘Just’ is Just Not Enough
Business & Information Systems Engineering: Vol. 57, No. 5
Although Internet service providers (ISPs) are technically capable as well as legally allowed to offer non-neutral Internet access services, where the data flows of customers who pay a premium are prioritized over others, such an access service is currently not offered by ISPs. We argue that ISPs are hesitant to tap the ...
Retained Organizations in IT Outsourcing
Business & Information Systems Engineering: Vol. 59, No. 2
IT outsourcing is a strategic option which enables companies to focus on their core competencies. Over time however, many outsourcing arrangements suffer from severe problems. While the design of retained organizations is generally seen as a critical element, there is hardly any empirical evidence on how the choice of ...
Legal Compatibility as a Characteristic of Sociotechnical Systems
Business & Information Systems Engineering: Vol. 57, No. 2
Legal compatibility as a characteristic of sociotechnical systems aims at the greatest possible compliance with higher-order legal goals for minimizing social risks of technical systems and extends legality, which refers to the prevention of lawlessness. The paper analyzes the criteria for legal compatibility by reviewing ...
The Economic Impact of Privacy Violations and Security Breaches
Business & Information Systems Engineering: Vol. 6, No. 6
Privacy and security incidents represent a serious threat for a company’s business success. While previous research in this area mainly investigated second-order effects (e.g., capital market reactions to privacy or security incidents), this study focuses on first-order effects, that is, the direct consumer reaction. In ...