Methodologies for developing and managing emerging technology-based information systems: information systems methodologies 1998, Sixth International Conference on Information Systems Methodologies : proceedings of the Sixth International Conference of the British Computer Society Information Systems Methodologies Specialist Group, held on 25-27th August 1998

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Springer, May 1, 1999 - Business & Economics - 403 pages
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This volume contains the proceedings of the 6th International Conference of the BCS Specialist Group on Information Systems Methodologies. The conference brought together papers on methodology issues related to the development and management of emerging technology based information systems. As usual there was a good range of papers addressing the 'soft' and 'hard' aspects of IS development and management. Methodologies for Developing and Managing Emerging Technology-based Information Systems will be of interest to practitioners who are engaged in systems development and modifying or aligning existing methodologies to practice.

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Contents

an Emergent Methodology for an Ethical
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A Critical Analysis of the Practical Relationship Between Soft Systems
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A Meta Modelling Approach for Unifying Soft Systems and Information
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Trevor Wood-Harper is Professor of Information Systems at Salford University, UK. He has published widely.

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