Presentation on theme: "Lehrstuhl Informatik V (Informationssysteme) Prof. Dr. M. Jarke Matthias Jarke I5-Jarke-0506-1 Dagstuhl Perspective Seminar Science of Design: High-Impact."— Presentation transcript:
Lehrstuhl Informatik V (Informationssysteme) Prof. Dr. M. Jarke Matthias Jarke I5-Jarke Dagstuhl Perspective Seminar Science of Design: High-Impact Requirements for Software Intensive Systems Matthias Jarke, RWTH Aachen & Fraunhofer FIT Kalle Lyytinen, Case Western & Jyväskylä John Mylopoulos, Toronto & Trento Design Requirements Workshop Dagstuhl 08421, October 8-11, 2008
Lehrstuhl Informatik V (Informationssysteme) Prof. Dr. M. Jarke Matthias Jarke I5-Jarke Business Information Systems Engineering Psychology/ Sociology Work Practice and Culture Organisation and Process Modelsl Experiences, Changes Coordination, Control Veränderung, Verbesserung Empowerment Planung / Workflow Veränderung, Verbesserung Information and Communication Technology Evolution Change Management HCI / CSCW: Information Systems: Organisation Theory Business Admin Computer Science Software Engineering
Lehrstuhl Informatik V (Informationssysteme) Prof. Dr. M. Jarke Matthias Jarke I5-Jarke Science of Design Background: (Hevner et al. 2004) n Behavioral Science paradigm Derived from natural sciences (truth-oriented) Fundamental knowledge of IT impact on individuals, groups, and (mostly) business organizations Often strong emphasis on rigor over relevance Sometimes overly general concept of technology n Design Science paradigm Derived from business needs (utility-oriented) Emphasis on useful artefacts (constructs, models, methods, instantiations) and design processes Valued by direct utility or addition to knowledge base of experts n Interaction cycle: Behavioral science and basic computer science results as constraints or opportunities for design science and vice versa
Lehrstuhl Informatik V (Informationssysteme) Prof. Dr. M. Jarke Matthias Jarke I5-Jarke Science of Design : Quality Guidelines n Viable design artefact n Demonstrated problem relevance, combined with associated evaluation n Clear and verifiable contributions over previous related work n Rigorous research methods in construction and evaluation, including systematic search for alternatives n Effective communication to both technical and managerial audience
Lehrstuhl Informatik V (Informationssysteme) Prof. Dr. M. Jarke Matthias Jarke I5-Jarke Role of Requirements Engineering n The bridge between organization, technology, and people to establish continuous problem relevance / utility in design n Requirements research must continuously adapt to changes in all three perspectives, in order to achieve and maintain High Impact n Goals of Workshop: What are the relevant context changes in business? Which strategies are pursued in interdisciplinary practice and research to deal with them? Which implications do they have for RE research programmes?
Lehrstuhl Informatik V (Informationssysteme) Prof. Dr. M. Jarke Matthias Jarke I5-Jarke The Workshops n Cleveland 2007 workshop discussed many issues and established four broad research themes Summary paper Edited book n Dagstuhl 2008 workshop elaborates the four themes, but can also add to or question them Manifesto with more specific research issues and ideas Journal special issue with refereed selected contributions n Format Three plenary panels Two groups of parallel working group sessions with final reporting Summary & manifesto writing at end