Add-on Solution Success: A Configurational View on Knowledge Sharing in Digital Platforms

Jens Förderer, Sebastian Walter Schütz, and Thomas Kude (2014) - 35th International Conference on Information Systems Digital platforms are used as the foundation upon which complementary add-ons are developed to satisfy heterogeneous customer needs. It is in the interest of platform vendors to share knowledge with partners to stimulate their…

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Control versus Generativity: A Complex Adaptive Systems Perspective on Service Platforms

Jens Förderer, Thomas Kude, Sebastian Walter Schütz, and Armin Heinzl (2014) - 35th International Conference on Information Systems Leveraging innovations on popular service platforms brings with it a careful trade-off between stimulating and controlling generativity. This paper provides a review of the literature on generativity across disciplines, which underlines two…

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Six Principles for Governing Mobile Platforms

Julia Manner, David Nienaber, Michael Schermann, and Helmut Krcmar (2013) - 11th international conference on Wirtschaftsinformatik. o. V., Leipzig (pp. 1375-1389) Mobile platforms are digital marketplaces that allow customers to access applications developed by third-party service providers. Despite very successful mobile platforms, research and practice still face difficulties in developing…

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GOVERNANCE FOR MOBILE SERVICE PLATFORMS: A LITERATURE REVIEW AND RESEARCH AGENDA

Julia Manner, David Nienaber, Michael Schermann, and Helmut Krcmar (2012) - 2012 International Conference on Mobile Business For the success of a mobile platform, aligning the interests of all the stakeholders is vital. Effective governance mechanisms play a significant role in achieving this goal. As an alternative to the current…

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CoPEP: A Development Process Model for Community Platforms for Cancer Patients

Yvonne Arnold; Jan Marco Leimeister; Helmut Krcmar (2003) - ECIS 2003 Proceedings Access to reliable information and interaction with those in similar situations is essential in the treatment process of cancer patients. Community platforms are highly impactful and are therefore widely used for this purpose. This paper focuses on the…

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