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Information Systems Foundations: The Role of Design Science

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Information Systems Foundations: The Role of Design Science
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Publisher: ANU Press
ISBN/ASIN: 192166634X
Number of pages: 318

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The focus is on the foundations of Information Systems as an academic discipline. The emphasis is on the movement known as 'Design Science' and its importance in practical disciplines such as Information Systems. The chapters in the book provide a critical examination of current design science ideas, with the role of human creativity given special mention.

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