An Explorative Study Into Situational Artefact Construction in Business Rules Management

Authors Sam Leewis , Martijn Zoet , Koen Smit
Published in BLED Proceedings
Publication date 17 June 2018
Research groups Digital Ethics
Type Lecture

Summary

The implementation of software products is a time-consuming activity and requires specific expertise to be completed successfully. This is especially the case in research fields where there is no or little tool support available, such as Business Rules Management (BRM) and Business Rules Management Solutions (BRMS). Tool support is essential to successfully guide the organizational implementation of a BRMS. Motivated by the diversity of organizational structures and their BRMS implementation contexts, we design a situational-aware framework for the organizational implementation of BRMS. The framework is based on the theory of situational artefact construction. Using situational artefact construction, we study 13 BRMS implementation cases distributed over the financial and public sectors in the Netherlands. Based on the results of the cases analysed we present a framework with three main artefacts that are a stepping-stone towards further research on situational implementation methodology in the BRM field. Leewis, Sam; Smit, Koen; and Zoet, Martijn, "An Explorative Study Into Situational Artefact Construction in Business Rules Management" (2018). BLED 2018 Proceedings. 30. https://aisel.aisnet.org/bled2018/30

researchcomponents.publicationcontent.personslist.publicationauthors

  • Sam Leewis
    Sam Leewis
    • Researcher
    • Research groups: Digital Ethics
  • Koen Smit | Researcher | Research group Digital Smart Services
    Koen Smit
    • Researcher
    • Research groups: Digital Ethics

Language English
Published in BLED Proceedings
ISBN/ISSN URN:ISBN:978-961-286-170-4
Key words Business Rules Management, Business Rules Management Solution, Situational Artefact Construction
Digital Object Identifier 10.18690/978-961-286-170-4.12
Page range 187-2014

Sam Leewis

Sam Leewis

Sam Leewis

  • Researcher
  • Research group: Digital Ethics