Information Demand Pattern for Teams - Structure and Content.

Stamer, Dirk and Sandkuhl, Kurt (2016) Information Demand Pattern for Teams - Structure and Content. In: BIR Workshops.

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Organizations experience today an increasing amount of information, which leads to a perceived information overload. This information overload is the cause for more and more wrong decisions and has therefore economic consequences. Especially decision-makers and knowledge intensive workers are affected. They often work in teams with several persons who have to share information relevant for their tasks. Information demand patterns have been suggested as a possibility to reduce the information overload in organizations. Such patterns offer the possibility to reuse knowledge about information demands of a role. This work is guided by the question how the concept of information demand pattern for individual roles can be applied to a team. The contributions of this work are (1) a description of the structure of information demand patterns for teams; (2) a presentation of the correlation between information demand pattern for individuals and teams and (3) a team pattern definition.

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Subjects: A General Works
Date Deposited: 26 Sep 2017 08:45
Last Modified: 15 Nov 2017 09:09

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