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Chapter 1: ERP Systems Impact on Organizations

Figure 1: Comparison of traditional information system development methods and the process of selecting and implementing ERP systems
Figure 2: Competing Values Model based on Quinn (1981) and Rohrbaugh (1981)
Figure 3: Mapping of ERP system capabilities into CVM. *Parentheses indicate functions within functionality
Figure 4: The four stages a firm can be in, in relation to the CVM framework

Chapter 2: Challenging the Unpredictable: Changeable Order Management Systems

Figure 1: An exemplified supply chain and the bullwhip effect
Figure 2: Need for organizational change vs. OMS rigidity (Berlak & Deifel, 2002)
Figure 3: Results of an empirical investigation of Suisse SMEs (Hafen et. al., 1999)
Figure 4: Structure of the research project CHANGESYS
Figure 5: Order management (Berlak, 2001)
Figure 6: Order management systems (Berlak, 2003)
Figure 7: Context of changeability and OMS operation (Berlak & Deifel, 2002)
Figure 8: Cybernetic model of order management (Berlak & Deifel, 2002)
Figure 9: Elements of the development process
Figure 10: Elements of a decision situation
Figure 11: Elements of architectural design

Chapter 3: ERP System Acquisition: A Process Model and Results From an Austrian Survey

Figure 1: An ERP lifecycle model (Esteves & Pastor, 1999)
Figure 2: Feedback from stage 2 to 1
Figure 3: An ERP software acquisition process model

Chapter 4: The Second Wave ERP Market: An Australian Viewpoint

Figure 1: Future Business Process Model (FBPM) (BCO5651, 2002)
Figure 2: FBPM, process mapping
Figure 3: Cadbury Schweppes blueprint benefits
Figure 4: Five track implementation (BCO5651, 2002)

Chapter 5: Enterprise Application Integration: New Solutions for a Solved Problem or a Challenging Research Field?

Figure 1: Integration of data and functions (Mertens, 1995)
Figure 2: The “ARIS-House” (Scheer, 1991)
Figure 3: Total concept of the integrated information processing (Mertens, 1995)
Figure 4: Example of a mixed EAI-architecture

Chapter 6: The Effects of an Enterprise Resource Planning System (ERP) Implementation on Job Characteristics – A Study using the Hackman and Oldham Job Characteristics Model

Figure 1: Hackman and Oldham Job Characteristics Model (1975)

Chapter 7: Context Management of ERP Processes in Virtual Communities

Figure 1: An example of an ERP Process Map with two roles, six simple tasks, and one collaborative task

Chapter 8: Distributed Data Warehouse for Geo-spatial Services

Figure 1: GEO-ELCA architecture for distributed access to process model and spatial data
Figure 2: Visualization of collaborative explorative scenario

Chapter 10: Intrinsic and Contextual Data Quality: The Effect of Media and Personal Involvement

Figure 1: Research Design

Chapter 12: A Hybrid Clustering Technique to Improve Patient Data Quality

Figure 1: Clustering methodology
Figure 2: A pattern matrix and a proximity matrix
Figure 3: Hierarchical clustering
Figure 4: The best results for the three clustering algorithms with 20 input records
Figure 5: Summarized result for the hierarchical clustering with 100 input records
Figure 6: Summarized result for the partitional clustering with 100 input records
Figure 7: Summarized result for the hybrid clustering with 100 input records

Chapter 13: Relevance and Micro-Relevance for the Professional as Determinants of IT-Diffusion and IT-Use in Healthcare

Figure 1: Case study results

Chapter 14: Development of Interactive Web Sites to Enhance Police/Community Relations

Figure 1: City of Trenton data — Purpose for accessing city government Web site
Figure 2: City of Trenton data — Features desired in a Trenton PD Web site
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