Pilot implementation: Testing human-work interaction designs

Morten Hertzum*, Torkil Clemmensen, Barbara R. Barricelli, Pedro F. Campos, Frederica Gonçalves, José A. Nocera, Ganesh Bhutkar, Arminda G. Lopes

*Corresponding author

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Abstract

Pilot implementations are field tests of properly engineered, yet unfinished, systems. In contrast to lab tests, the users in a pilot implementation use the system for performing real work. In contrast to full-scale implementations, the objective of a pilot implementation is to learn. The workshop on pilot implementation aims to (a) help mature this technique for evaluating human-work interaction designs during the process of their development and implementation, (b) collect case studies that analyze experiences with conducting and learning from pilot implementations, and (c) formulate a research agenda for future work on pilot implementations – addressing their strengths, limitations, conduct, impact, and so forth. The target audience for the workshop is researchers and practitioners working on topics related to work analysis, interaction design, system-organization fit, organizational implementation, benefits realization, and in-the-wild evaluation.

OriginalsprogEngelsk
TitelProceedings of the INTERACT2021 Conference on Human-Computer Interaction
RedaktørerCarmelo Ardito, Rosa Lanzilotti, Alessio Malizia, Alessio Malizia, Helen Petrie, Antonio Piccinno, Giuseppe Desolda, Kori Inkpen
Antal sider5
Vol/bindLNCS 12936
UdgivelsesstedSwitzerland
ForlagSpringer Nature
Publikationsdato2021
Sider570-574
ISBN (Trykt)9783030856069
DOI
StatusUdgivet - 2021
Udgivet eksterntJa

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