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Interuniversitäres Doktorandenseminar Wirtschaftsinformatik unter Beteiligung der Universitäten Freiberg, Halle, Leipzig, Jena, Dresden und Chemnitz an der TU Bergakademie Freiberg; Dezember 2010

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  • Felden, Carsten (Ed.)
  • Koschtial, Claudia (Ed.)
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    Die internationale Beachtung der Forschungsergebnisse in der Wirtschaftsinformatik hat in den letzten Jahren an Bedeutung gewonnen. Dabei wird dem kritischen Diskurs ein wachsender Stellenwert eingeräumt. Hier gilt es, den wissenschaftlichen Nachwuchs in der Konzeption und Durchführung der eigenen Forschung und den anzuwendenden Forschungsmethoden eine Lern- und Diskussionsplattform zu bieten, um sich der wissenschaftlichen Aussprache zum jeweiligen Gestaltungs- und Erkenntnisziel zu stellen. Um den Dialog zwischen Wirtschaftsinformatikern unterschiedlicher Schwerpunkte zu fördern, veranstalten die mitteldeutschen Wirtschaftsinformatikprofessuren der Universitäten Chemnitz, Dresden, Freiberg, Halle, Jena und Leipzig semesterweise eine Doktorandenkolloquium, um die wissenschaftliche Arbeit der Doktoranden kritisch zu begleiten und sie so in ihrer Entwicklung zu unterstützen. Dabei lassen sich im Programm der Freiberger Veranstaltung im Dezember 2010 zentrale Themen erkennen. Zum einen finden sich Facetten über Anwendungspotenziale der Business Intelligence als auch zum anderen Beiträge zur Definition und Einsatz von Services in Unternehmen. Ergänzend wird dies um Potenziale in der Softwarevisualisierung als auch durch einen Beitrag zur Erfolgsmessung von IT-Systemen. Wir freuen uns, Ihnen mit diesem Freiberger Arbeitspapier die Beiträge zur Verfügung stellen zu können, die traditionell in einem intensiven Austausch auf der Veranstaltung diskutiert werden, um so auch weitere Forschungsarbeiten anzuregen. -- The international recognition of research results in the scientific field of business information systems has increased in the recent years. Therefore the critical discourse on research topics has a growing emphasis. It is important to offer young scientists a platform for discussion and learning in a scientific debate about the respective scientific objective in the design and implementation of their own research and applied research methods. To promote dialogue between business information systems researchers of different focal points, the Middle German business information systems chairs from the Universities of Chemnitz, Dresden, Freiberg, Halle, Jena, and Leipzig organize a doctoral colloquium each semester to accompany the scientific work of young researches in a critical way in order to assist them in their development. The agenda shows the main topics of the event at the University of Freiberg in December 2010. Aspects related to potential applications of Business Intelligence as well as other contributions about the definition and usage of services in companies. This is in addition to the potentials of software visualization in the same way as analyzing success factors of IT systems. We are pleased to provide you the Freiberger working paper including the contributions of the participants that are traditionally discussed in an intense exchange at the meeting in order to stimulate further research.

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    Paper provided by TU Bergakademie Freiberg, Faculty of Economics and Business Administration in its series Freiberg Working Papers with number 2011,01.

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    Keywords: Business Intelligence; Entscheidungsunterstützung; Informationssysteme; Erfolgsfaktoren bei Informationssystemen; Softwarevisualisierung; SOA; Services; Business Intelligence; Decision Support; Information System; IS Success Factors; Software Visualization; SOA;

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