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Conference on Organizational Computing Systems

Fullname:Proceedings of the ACM Conference on Organizational Computing Systems
Location:Milpitas, California
Dates:1995-Aug-13 to 1995-Aug-16
Publisher:ACM
Standard No:ISBN 0-89791-706-5; ACM Order Number 611950; ACM DL: Table of Contents hcibib: OCS95
Papers:34
Pages:353
  1. Business Processes and Workflows
  2. Modeling and Supporting Collaborations
  3. Information Systems, Control, and the Design of Organizations
  4. Applications
  5. Workflow Systems
  6. Designing Organizations with Computer Support for Professionals
  7. Architecture, Technologies and Infrastructure
  8. Modelling
  9. Organizational Dimensions of the Design and Documentation of Computer Systems
  10. Tools
  11. Studies and Explorations

Business Processes and Workflows

Beyond Formal Processes: Augmenting Workflow with Group Interaction Techniques BIBK 1-9
  Pedro Antunes; Nuno Guimaraes; Javier Segovia; Jesus Cardenosa
Dynamic Change within Workflow Systems BIBK 10-21
  Clarence Ellis; Karim Keddara; Grzegorz Rozenberg
Workflow Technology: Trade-Offs for Business Process Re-Engineering BIBK 22-29
  Keith D. Swenson; Kent Irwin

Modeling and Supporting Collaborations

Management and Utilization of Knowledge for the Automatic Improvement of Workflow Performance BIBK 32-43
  Trent Jaeger; Atul Prakash
A Notation for Malleable and Interoperable Coordination Mechanisms for CSCW Systems BIBK 44-54
  Carla Simone; Monica Divitini; Kjeld Schmidt
Specifying Dynamic Support for Collaborative Work within WORLDS BIBK 55-65
  William J. Tolone; Simon M. Kaplan; Geraldine Fitzpatrick

Information Systems, Control, and the Design of Organizations

Alternative Strategies to Interpretative Information Systems BIBK 68-74
  Gail Louw
Business Process Reengineering: Examining Some Major Roadblocks to Increased Self-Control for the Employee BIBK 75-82
  Jon Iden
Workflow Management Systems: Ensuring Organizational Flexibility by Possibilities of Adaptation and Negotiation BIBK 83-94
  Thomas Herrmann

Applications

Goal Driven Business Modelling: Supporting Decision Making within Information Systems Development BIBK 96-105
  Stephan Jacobs; Roland Holten
Integrated Document and Workflow Management Applied to the Offer Processing of a Machine Tool Company BIBK 106-115
  Stefan Morschheuser; Heinz Raufer
Analyzing and Redesigning a Remote Sensing Business Process for Rapid Estimates of Agriculture in Europe BIBK 116-128
  Alexandre Zenie; Thomas Schal

Workflow Systems

Supporting Unstructured Workflow Activities in the Bramble ICN System BIBK 130-137
  Richard Blumenthal; Gary J. Nutt
WorkFlow Systems: A Few Definitions and a Few Suggestions BIBK 138-147
  Paulo Barthelmess; Jacques Wainer
Flexibility and Control for Dynamic Workflows in the WORLDS Environment BIBK 148-159
  Douglas P. Bogia; Simon M. Kaplan

Designing Organizations with Computer Support for Professionals

CSCW: An Opportunity for Action Research BIBK 162-167
  Richard W. Collins
Using a Configuration Management Tool to Coordinate Software Development BIBK 168-177
  Rebecca E. Grinter
The Role of Information-Communication Technology in a New Organizational Design BIBK 178-188
  Bob Travica

Architecture, Technologies and Infrastructure

Applying Cryptographic Techniques to Problems in Media Space Security BIBK 190-196
  Ian E. Smith; Scott E. Hudson; Elizabeth D. Mynatt; John R. Selbie
Applying Cryptographic Techniques to Problems in Media Space SecurityA Reference Architecture for Multi-Author World-Wide Web Servers BIBK 197-205
  Louis Perrochon
Applying Cryptographic Techniques to Problems in Media Space SecurityCollaborative Computing: A Multi-Client Multi-Server Environment BIBK 206-213
  Ming C. Hao; Alan H. Karp; Daniel Garfinkel

Modelling

Business Process Oriented Information Management: Conceptual Models at Work BIBK 216-225
  P. Peters; P. Szczurko; M. Jarke; M. Jeusfeld
Models for Supporting the Redesign of Organizational Work BIBK 226-236
  Eric S. K. Yu
Goals and Processes: A Task Basis for Projects and Workflows BIBK 237-248
  Noel Craven; Dirk Mahling

Organizational Dimensions of the Design and Documentation of Computer Systems

Conversational Conventions and Participation in Cross-Functional Design Teams BIBK 250-257
  Eleanor Wynn; David G. Novick
Priority Workshops: Springboard for User Participation in Redesign Activities BIBK 258-267
  Kristin Braa
Understanding the Requirements for Information System Documentation: An Empirical Investigation BIBDOCUMENTATION, HUMAN FACTORS, MANAGEMENT K.6.3 Computing Milieux, MANAGEMENT OF COMPUTING AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS, Software Management, Software development. K.6.1 Computing Milieux, MANAGEMENT OF COMPUTING AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS, Project and People Management, Systems development. D.2.7 Software, SOFTWARE ENGINEERING, Distribution, Maintenance, and Enhancement, Documentation. K.6.1 Computing Milieux, MANAGEMENT OF COMPUTING AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS, Project and People Management, Training. 268-279
  Abdulaziz Jazzar; Walt Scacchi
Such Easy-to-Use Systems!: How Organizations Shape the Design and Use of Online Help Systems BIBK 280-288
  Lisa M. Covi; Mark S. Ackerman

Tools

Applying Specialization to Process Models BIBK 290-301
  George M. Wyner; Jintae Lee
On Handling Exceptions BIBK 302-310
  Heikki Saastamoinen; George M. White
Simulation and Analysis of Business Processes Using GOLOG BIBK 311-322
  Dimitris Plexousakis

Studies and Explorations

Software Engineering Process Model: A Case Study BIBK 324-335
  Gary J. Nutt
Designing Meeting Support Systems in a User-Centered Manner: The Case of the Helsinki Prototype System BIBK 336-346
  Petri Maaranen; Kalle Lyytinen
TeamBox: An Exploration of Collaborative Interoperability BIBK 347-353
  Munir Mandviwalla; Peter Grillo