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System Design Principles for Intergenerational Knowledge Sharing (2022)


Nurhas, I., Mattick, X., Geisler, S., & Pawlowski, J. (2022). System Design Principles for Intergenerational Knowledge Sharing. In A. Drechsler, A. Gerber, & A. Hevner (Eds.), DESRIST 2022 : The proceedings of the 17th International Conference on Design Science Research in Information Systems and Technology. The Transdisciplinary Reach of Design Science Research (pp. 458-469). Springer International Publishing. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 13229. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-031-06516-3_34


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All authors or editorsNurhas, Irawan; Mattick, Xelia; Geisler, Stefan; Pawlowski, Jan

Parent publicationDESRIST 2022 : The proceedings of the 17th International Conference on Design Science Research in Information Systems and Technology. The Transdisciplinary Reach of Design Science Research

Parent publication editors Drechsler, Andreas; Gerber, Aurona; Hevner, Alan

Place and date of conferenceSt Petersburg, FL, USA1.-3.6.2022

ISBN978-3-031-06515-6

eISBN978-3-031-06516-3

Journal or seriesLecture Notes in Computer Science

ISSN0302-9743

eISSN1611-3349

Publication year2022

Publication date25/05/2022

Number in series13229

Pages range458-469

Number of pages in the book498

PublisherSpringer International Publishing

Publication countrySwitzerland

Publication languageEnglish

DOIhttps://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-031-06516-3_34

Publication open accessNot open

Publication channel open access

Publication is parallel published (JYX)https://jyx.jyu.fi/handle/123456789/81639


Abstract

Up to four generations are potentially involved in education and workspaces. This means that people of different generations can increasingly learn together and share knowledge virtually in the digital age. Nevertheless, the principles for designing systems to support intergenerational knowledge sharing (IKS) are inconclusive. Our results demonstrate the value of applying design science research methodology to capture design principles for IKS systems. We articulate what design goals should be considered and bring more conceptual clarity to this phenomenon by presenting five design principles: a) positive personalization, b) progressive design ecosystem, c) effectual system design, d) iterative goal reflection, e) coopetitive intergenerational tasks. By reflecting on the design process and formalizing a class of design principles, we contribute to design-oriented IKS systems in the digital age.


Keywordsdata systemsplanning and designsystem designinformation technologytransgenerationalitydivision (active)communication (information exchange)innovations

Free keywordsintergenerational knowledge sharing; intergenerational innovation; design principles; design science research


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Ministry reportingYes

Reporting Year2022

JUFO rating1


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