An Axiomatic Approach to Digital Enterprise Design: From Conception to Realization
Although hunches and rules are easy to follow, they tend to offer a narrow viewpoint for designing Internet-based ventures. An axiomatic approach however, is scientific in nature. Further, when combined with procedural methodologies, axioms can offer great value and guidance in the design and development process. A methodology can be a bit more complex to grasp or follow, than a step-by-step approach, but the rewards can be far greater.
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Design Principles and Practices: An International Journal, Volume 5, Issue 5, pp.673-682.
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Professor, Department of Information Systems and Operations Management, Florida Gulf Coast University, Fort Myers, FL, USA
Dr. Walter Rodriguez is Professor and Director of the Institute for Technological Innovation in the Lutgert College of Business at Florida Gulf Coast University. Formerly, he was Director of Research & Grants and holder of the Alico Endowed Chair in Operations Management & Strategy. Professor Rodriguez obtained his Ph.D. in engineering project management from University of Florida in 1982. He founded and chaired the Engineering Computer Graphics Program at Georgia Tech (1985-1993) and was awarded the Harvard Foundation Medal (1994) and a Postdoctoral Fellowship (Information Technology) at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (1996), while holder of the Louis Berger Endowed Chair at Tufts University. He has published over 120 research articles and books. During his academic careers, Dr. Rodriguez has obtained continuous sponsored-research grants and contracts in systems development, collaborative decision-support, distributed learning technologies and multi-project management areas.
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