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A phenomenological perspective on value creation and perception in music information systems

conference contribution
posted on 2019-01-01, 00:00 authored by Belinda Moloney, Jacob CybulskiJacob Cybulski, Lemai NguyenLemai Nguyen
When referring to the value that IS adds to organisations, we often refer to monetary value and rarely are perspectives extended beyond monetary significance. Research suggests that value of a product or service is often perceived subjectively by an individual. A sound understanding of value and its perception by IS stakeholders will be beneficial in developing information systems that create value for an organisation, which is well-received by their users. This paper therefore discusses the concepts of value and its importance in IS. The paper focuses on a challenge to studying value in IS - although value manifests in properties of an information system, it can only be experienced and perceived
subjectively through sense, experience and judgement of the system stakeholders. To address this challenge, the paper suggests adopting a phenomenological approach to studying value as perceived by different stakeholders involved in the development and application of information systems.

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Event

International Association for Development of the Information Society. International Conference (17th : 2019 : Utrecht, The Netherlands)

Series

International Association for Development of the Information Society International Conference

Pagination

97 - 104

Publisher

IADIS Press

Location

Utrecht, The Netherlands

Place of publication

Utrecht, The Netherlands

Start date

2019-04-11

End date

2019-04-13

ISBN-13

9789898533852

Language

eng

Publication classification

E1 Full written paper - refereed

Editor/Contributor(s)

Piers Kommers, Pascal Ravesteijn, Guido Ongena, Pedro Isaias

Title of proceedings

e-Society 2019 : Proceedings of the 17th International Conference on e-Society 2019

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