Using an Enterprise Mashup Infrastructure for Just-in-Time Management of Situational Projects. Mohammadi, S., Khalili, A., & Ashoori, S. In e-Business Engineering, 2009. ICEBE '09. IEEE International Conference on, pages 3-10, Oct, 2009.
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The recent advent of Web mashups that enable ad hoc integration of information and services from multiple disparate resources brings into the spotlight a new approach for managing situational projects in organizations. Situational projects are unpredictable and transient projects within an organization that come with limited number of users with specific needs. Handling these projects differs from traditional project management approaches. They need rapid and good enough solutions. In this paper a simple and organized approach for managing situational projects is proposed. The proposed approach tries to handle situational projects by creating a mashup infrastructure in the organization. There are three types of participants in our approach: mashup manager, mashup resource analyst and mashup resource builder. Cooperation between these participants results in managing a situational project. Furthermore a meaningful real world scenario is defined to describe different steps of the approach. In addition, advantages of the proposed approach are identified and challenges of using Web mashups along with guidelines to cope with them are expressed.
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  title = {Using an Enterprise Mashup Infrastructure for Just-in-Time Management
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  booktitle = {e-Business Engineering, 2009. ICEBE '09. IEEE International Conference
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  year = {2009},
  pages = {3-10},
  month = {Oct},
  abstract = {The recent advent of Web mashups that enable ad hoc integration of
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	users with specific needs. Handling these projects differs from traditional
	project management approaches. They need rapid and good enough solutions.
	In this paper a simple and organized approach for managing situational
	projects is proposed. The proposed approach tries to handle situational
	projects by creating a mashup infrastructure in the organization.
	There are three types of participants in our approach: mashup manager,
	mashup resource analyst and mashup resource builder. Cooperation
	between these participants results in managing a situational project.
	Furthermore a meaningful real world scenario is defined to describe
	different steps of the approach. In addition, advantages of the proposed
	approach are identified and challenges of using Web mashups along
	with guidelines to cope with them are expressed.},
  doi = {10.1109/ICEBE.2009.11},
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