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Evolutionary Application Service Providing (eASP). Ein Ansatz der Softwarebereitstellung

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ISBN: 9783937816227 Year: Pages: 295 DOI: 10.15460/HUP.11 Language: German
Publisher: Hamburg University Press
Subject: Computer Science
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This study deals with the provision of software and develops an approach to the analysis and design of software deployment contexts in which software is provided centrally for many. The provision of the web-based cooperation platform CommSy in two different constellations exemplifies the necessity of such a software supply approach for understanding and designing software supply contexts. The present work provides the foundation for the business model Application Service Providing and its extension to the software provisioning approach eASP (evolutionary Application Service Providing). The business model can thus be used for IT. Through eASP, the effects and services of software provision can be taken into account in the evolutionary and participatory software development and IT-supported organization design. eASP is not understood as a model of software provision, but as a pattern that helps to understand and design a concrete software provision.

Vertrauen, Solidarität und Emotionen in Non-Profit-Organisationen. Eine soziologische Analyse des Dritten Sektors in Deutschland

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ISBN: 9783943423488 Year: Pages: 369 DOI: 10.15460/HUP.HHD.001.179 Language: German
Publisher: Hamburg University Press
Subject: Economics
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This qualitative study explores the significance and interrelation among trust, solidarity and emotions in third-sector organisations in Germany. Non-profit organisations (NPOs) are identified as highly emotional. Social interactions within these organisations are shaped by the control mechanism of trust and the guiding principle of solidarity. NPOs rely on interaction among the three social phenomena of trust, solidarity and emotions, which are essential for cooperation and therefore for an organisation to function. This research addresses both the theoretical background and everyday practice of trust, solidarity and emotions and shows the conditions under which they grow and function as well as their interdependencies within NPOs.

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