Towards a Stakeholder-Centric Design Language for Open Systems ? Learning from Organizational Learning
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Proceedings of the 33rd Conference on Cognitive Ergonomics
Today?s business requires stakeholders to get involved in organizing work and developing organizational processes, ranging from product life cycle management to cross-boundary networking of organizations. In that context stakeholders continuously and iteratively need to address their business and knowledge processing environment at the same time. When the business processing environment is concerned, the adaption of work procedures in-use takes center stage. Going beyond operation affects learning, and thus the knowledge processing environment. Hereby, proposals to (fundamentally) change existing work processes are handled. Each input needs to be formulated as knowledge claim, before being investigated for taking decisions on modifying currently implemented processes. The design of corresponding support technologies requires highly flexible, since context-aware architectures. We introduce a corresponding component framework for design support. It features organizational development based on articulating and processing work-relevant knowledge for changing affected business processes. As the framework is open to different implementations versatile interactive solutions can be generated in dynamically evolving settings.