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Designing for Change and Transformation: Exploring Artefact Generativity

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posted on 2020-10-14, 04:13 authored by Andreas DrechslerAndreas Drechsler
© ACIS 2017. This paper explores artefact generativity as a novel conceptual frame to inform information system (IS) artefact design beyond designing for artefact utility at the time of an artefact's introduction or implementation. The paper draws on three recently developed generativity conceptualizations and applies the findings to IS artefact design. Artefact generativity captures the notions that 1) sustained artefact utility may require potentially continuous artefact changes over its lifetime, 2) (re-)designers need to enact these changes within a design system, and 3) continuous artefact use may lead to further generative transformations in the artefact's social and technical environment. IS design science researchers can draw on this paper's findings to inform future artefact design decisions that address these three notions by drawing on the established and growing foundations of IS and social science theories that underlie the established generativity perspectives.

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Drechsler, A. (2017, December). Designing for Change and Transformation: Exploring Artefact Generativity. In Proceedings of the 28th Australasian Conference on Information Systems, ACIS 2017 Australasian Conference on Information Systems, Hobart (pp. 1-11). https://www.acis2017.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/ACIS2017_paper_28_FULL.pdf

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Australasian Conference on Information Systems

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Hobart

Conference start date

2017-12-04

Conference finish date

2017-12-06

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Proceedings of the 28th Australasian Conference on Information Systems, ACIS 2017

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Published Paper

Publication or Presentation Year

2017-12-05

Pagination

1-11

Publication status

Published online

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