Comparing Value-Driven Methods: an Experiment Design

Eric Souza, Silvia Abrahão, Ana Moreira, João Araújo, Emilio Insfrán

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Abstract

A business model is a representation of an organization with a particular point of view. It is common to find different types of models to describe the business. However, methods to create business models representing an economic point of view have only emerged over the last few years in the scientific community. Such methods aid business specialists improving the economics understanding of the business, helping both defining more efficient business strategies and better aligning the information technology systems with the business. This paper aims at describing the design of an experiment to compare two methods to specify economic values (e3 value and value-driven development). Our experiment design allows predicting the acceptance of a particular method in practice, based on the effort of applying the method, the quality of the artifacts produced, and the user perceptions with regard to the quality of the method.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationCEUR Workshop Proceedings
Pages19-26
Number of pages8
Volume1805
Publication statusPublished - 2016

Keywords

  • value model
  • value-driven
  • experiment design

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    Souza, E., Abrahão, S., Moreira, A., Araújo, J., & Insfrán, E. (2016). Comparing Value-Driven Methods: an Experiment Design. In CEUR Workshop Proceedings (Vol. 1805, pp. 19-26)