Scenario-Based Design Theorizing: The Case of a Digital Idea Screening Cockpit

Raffaele Ciriello, Alexander Richter

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Abstrakt

As ever more companies encourage employees to innovate, a surplus of ideas has become reality in many organizations – often exceeding the available resources to execute them. Building on insights from a literature review and a 3-year collaboration with a banking software provider, the paper suggests a Digital Idea Screening Cockpit (DISC) to address this challenge. Following a design science research approach, it suggests a prescriptive design theory that provides practitioner-oriented guidance for implementing a DISC. The study shows that, in order to facilitate the assessment, selection, and tracking of ideas for different stakeholders, such a system needs to play a dual role: It needs to structure decision criteria and at the same be flexible to allow for creative expression. Moreover, the paper makes a case for scenario-based design theorizing by developing design knowledge via scenarios.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
TidsskriftBusiness & Information Systems Engineering
Vol/bind61
Udgave nummer1
Sider (fra-til)31-50
ISSN1867-0202
DOI
StatusUdgivet - feb. 2019

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