The Anchoring Concept

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    Abstract

    This paper introduces the term 'anchoring' within systems development: Visions, developed through early systems design within an organization, need to be deeply rooted in the organization. A vision's rationale needs to be understood by those who decide if the vision should be implemented as well as by those involved in the actual implementation. A model depicting a recent trend within systems development is presented: Organizations rely on purchasing generic software products and/or software development outsourced to external contractors. A contemporary method for participatory design, where anchoring is considered to be a main activity, is outlined. The task of anchoring visions is described, and techniques and activities are suggested with respect to those actors that have to act on the visions and the recommendations from a design proposal. The paper concludes that obtaining appropriate anchoring requires designers to take on a role compared to that of an architect.
    OriginalsprogDansk
    TitelIRIS'21 : Information Systems Research in Collaboration with Industry
    RedaktørerP.A. Nielsen, N.J. Buch, J.H. Iversen, J. Damsgaard, L.B. Eriksen
    Antal sider13
    Vol/bind2
    ForlagAalborg Universitet
    Publikationsdato1998
    Sider779-791
    StatusUdgivet - 1998
    BegivenhedInformation Systems Research Seminar in Scandinavia - Sæby, Danmark
    Varighed: 8 aug. 199811 aug. 1998
    Konferencens nummer: 21

    Konference

    KonferenceInformation Systems Research Seminar in Scandinavia
    Nummer21
    LandDanmark
    BySæby
    Periode08/08/199811/08/1998

    Citer dette

    Simonsen, J. (1998). The Anchoring Concept. I P. A. Nielsen, N. J. Buch, J. H. Iversen, J. Damsgaard, & L. B. Eriksen (red.), IRIS'21: Information Systems Research in Collaboration with Industry (Bind 2, s. 779-791). Aalborg Universitet. http://jespersimonsen.dk/Downloads/Iris21JS.pdf