Engaged scholarship: Action design research for new software product development
Action Design Research (ADR) has been termed a new research method for generating prescriptive design knowledge through building and evaluating ensemble IT artifacts in an organizational setting. This paper demonstrates the use of ADR methodology in a New Software Product Development (NSPD) environment. While increased pressure on organizations to reduce costs and “time to market” have made the NSPD environment increasingly less conducive to engaged scholarship, this case study presented demonstrates that the ADR methodology can facilitate successful research-practitioner engagement in the NSPD environment.
Moloney, M. & Church, L. (2012). Engaged scholarship: Action design research for new software product development. Thirty Third International Conference on Information Systems. Full Text.
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