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Accelerating Dialogue with Industry through Design Science Research
Much has been written about the potential for high-impact design science research, based upon the paradigm’s ability to generate applicable and relevant findings for practice. Yet the relationship between design science and practice extends beyond the publication and consumption of research. Many design science studies take place in the context of live individual or organisational projects, which require ongoing collaboration between the practitioners and researchers involved. This collaboration can facilitate a continuous and reciprocal knowledge sharing, as cutting-edge theoretical insights are applied in environments that are natural, complex, and evolving.
The goal of the design science research paradigm is to extend the boundaries of human and organizational capabilities by designing new and innovative constructs, models, methods, processes, and systems. Scholars from different backgrounds – such as information systems, computer science, software engineering, energy informatics and medical informatics – are actively engaged in generating novel solutions to interesting design problems in Information Systems.
We invite the submission of completed research, research-in-progress, panels, prototypes and demos to DESRIST 2015, which will be held on 21st and 22th of May, in Dublin, Ireland.
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Innovation Value Institute
The Innovation Value Institute (IVI) is a multidisciplinary research and education institute co-founded in 2006 by Maynooth University and Intel Corporation with the support of the Irish Government.
IVI researches, augments and disseminates practices and tools for managing IT effectively.
With the collaboration of its international consortium of industry and academic partners, IVI developed the IT Capability Maturity Framework (IT-CMF) – fast becoming the global standard for managing IT value and IT-enabled innovation.
IVI employs a rigorous development approach to ensure that IT-CMF can be used to successfully address the many challenges associated with managing IT. This development approach is a synthesis of the very best of leading academic research with and industry practitioner expertise. It is underpinned by the principles of Open Innovation and guided by the Design Science Research methodology.