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Métrailler A. & Estier T. (2012). EVOLIS : A Framework for Evaluating Evolution of Information Systems. ERCIM News No. 88 (January 2012), 46-47.
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Métrailler A. & Estier Th. (2014, Jan). EVOLIS Framework: a Method to Study Information Systems Evolution Records. Proceedings of the 47th Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (pp. 10 p.). Computer Society Press. [doi][pdf][web of science] [abstract]
Abstract This research proposes a framework that helps information systems managers to interpret present state of the system, to understand its past and to predict its future. The benefits of the framework are twofold. First, it gives managers a tool for assessing the impact of a change from either the users or the business/IS perspective. Managers can use this framework to design a strategy for information system evolution. Second, the framework allows the study of information systems evolution by revealing specific evolution patterns. In this context, this article presents a systematic method to inform components of this framework. The framework' s structure is tested against six case studies on information systems evolution. Based on these case studies, this article presents a timeline of evolutions used to trace and study the life cycle of each information system according to the framework. Moreover, the case studies validate a trace analysis method and highlights specific evolution patterns.
Legner Christine, Estier Thibault, Avdiji Hazbi & Boillat Thomas (2013). Designing Capstone Courses in Management Education: Knowledge Activation and Integration Using an ERP-based Simulation Game. Proceedings of the International Conference on Information Systems 2013 (ICIS 2013). [abstract]
Abstract Serious games are becoming increasingly popular as learning tools in management education. Owing to their engaging nature, they enhance students' intrinsic motivation for learning and provide challenging environments for problem-based and experiential learning. However, they also require changes to instructional and pedagogical strategies in order to leverage the full potential of problem-based learning.¦This paper suggests using simulation games based on enterprise resource planning systems (ERP) to activate and integrate knowledge from different management disciplines. Our research contributions are threefold: First, we suggest a set of learning goals and a curriculum design for a capstone course that leverages ERP-based simulation games. Second, we present empirical insights based on a systematic evaluation of the learning outcomes with two cohorts of 32 students. Third, we derive a set of recommendations related to the role of ERP-based simulation games and course design in general management curricula.
Estier T. & Métrailler A. (2012, Juin). EVOLIS: a Framework for Evaluating Evolution of Information Systems. Actes du Colloque AIM 2012 (pp. 12). [pdf] [abstract]
Abstract While there has been extensive research in the field of software evolution, to date little research has been carried out as to the management of these evolutions in a business context. This research in progress proposes a frame- work that helps information systems managers to interpret present state of the system, to understand its past and to predict its future. The framework addresses both the users' perspective of the system and how well it supports the business activities. The benefits of the framework are twofold. First, it gives managers a tool for assessing the impact of a change from either the users and the business/IS perspective. Managers can use this framework to design a strategy for information system evolution. Second, the framework allows the study of information systems evolution by revealing, through the repeated use of the framework, specific evolution patterns. This research is conducted using a design science approach in information systems.
Estier T. & Métrailler A. (2009, Juin). Déploiement agile d'ERP open source en PME. Actes du Colloque AIM 2009.
Estier T. & Partnov N. (2009, Juin). E-Commerce Applications Evolution Issues: the case of E-Banking. In Weigand H., Werthner H. & Gal G. (Eds.), Procs of 4th Int. Workshop on Business IT Alignement and Interoperability (BUSITAL'09), 21st International Conference on Advanced Information Systems (CAiSE'09).
Estier T., Michel B. & Reinhard O. (2006). Modeling Services using Contracts: Identifying dependencies in Service-oriented Architectures. In Krogstie J., Halpin T.A. & Proper H.A. (Eds.), Proceedings of the Workshop on Exploring Modeling Methods for Systems Analysis and Design (EMMSAD'06), 18th Conference on Advanced Information Systems (CAiSE'06) (pp. 445-452). Namur University Press, Namur, Belgium, EU.
Estier T. & Rupp P. (2003). A Model for a Better Understanding of the Digital Distribution of Music in a Peer-to-Peer Environment. 36th Hawaii International conference on System Sciences (HICSS'03), 9. IEEE Computer Society. [doi][url]
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