From JAD to integrative connectedness
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Integrative Connectedness emerged from an IT decision theoretic software development research. Co-creation is a key to the developer/implementer relationship. "Buy-in" becomes more important than a "Buy the software? attitude. A Resource Allocation Modeling Process (RAMP) was the vehicle used to take the idea of joint application development (JAD) further, conceptually and practically. The theory of complex adaptive systems (cas), in particular the combination of if-then rules, anticipatory mechanisms and the space of the adjacent possible was used as a cornerstone of integrative connectedness.
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No 30 Working Paper Series 03:02