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Challenges and Solutions in Planning Information Systems for Networked Value Constellations


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 models.


Zarvić, Novica; Daneva, Maya (2006): Challenges and Solutions in Planning Information Systems for Networked Value Constellations. EMISA 2006 – Methoden, Konzepte und Technologien für die Entwicklung von dienstbasierten Informationssystemen – Beiträge des Workshops der GI-Fachgruppe EMISA (Entwicklungsmethoden für Informationssystemeund deren Anwendung). Bonn: Gesellschaft für Informatik e. V.. PISSN: 1617-5468. ISBN: 978-3-88579-189-8. pp. 119-131. Regular Research Papers. Hamburg. 17.-18. Oktober 2006