In: Computing and Informatics, vol. 23, no. 2
Context and Virtual Communities In a Firm
Year, pages: 2004, 115 - 131
Keywords: Information technology, decision making, context, shared context, social network, virtual community
This paper revisits a case study about the consequences on the decision-making process of the introduction of IT in a newspaper firm. We consider the case study in the light of the paradigms of context, social network and virtual community. We point out that it is possible to provide a global picture of the consequence of the IT introduction in a firm and explain the dynamic of the information-management processes in such an enterprise. A first result is that making context explicit-especially shared contexts-improves notably the collaborative decision making processes in the firm. A second result is to show different interests of the simultaneous consideration of the paradigms of context, social network and virtual community.
How to cite:
Brézillon, P. 2004. Context and Virtual Communities In a Firm. In Computing and Informatics, vol. 23, no.2, pp. 115-131. 1335-9150.
Brézillon, P. (2004). Context and Virtual Communities In a Firm. Computing and Informatics, 23(2), 115-131. 1335-9150.