Gwendolyn Kolfschoten
Gwendolyn Kolfschoten
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A conceptual foundation of the thinkLet concept for Collaboration Engineering
GL Kolfschoten, RO Briggs, GJ De Vreede, PHM Jacobs, JH Appelman
International Journal of Human-Computer Studies 64 (7), 611-621, 2006
2632006
Defining key concepts for collaboration engineering
R Briggs, G Kolfschoten, V Gert-Jan, D Douglas
AMCIS 2006 proceedings, 17, 2006
2382006
A design approach for collaboration processes: A multimethod design science study in collaboration engineering
GL Kolfschoten, GJ De Vreede
Journal of management information systems 26 (1), 225-256, 2009
2002009
The collaboration engineering approach for designing collaboration processes
GL Kolfschoten, GJ De Vreede
International Conference on Collaboration and Technology, 95-110, 2007
1302007
ThinkLets as building blocks for collaboration processes: a further conceptualization
GL Kolfschoten, RO Briggs, JH Appelman, GJ De Vreede
International Conference on Collaboration and Technology, 137-152, 2004
1082004
Cognitive learning efficiency through the use of design patterns in teaching
G Kolfschoten, S Lukosch, A Verbraeck, E Valentin, GJ de Vreede
Computers & Education 54 (3), 652-660, 2010
1052010
ThinkLets: a collaboration engineering pattern language
GJ De Vreede, GL Kolfschoten, RO Briggs
International Journal of Computer Applications in Technology 25 (2-3), 140-154, 2006
1052006
Facilitator-in-a-box: process support applications to help practitioners realize the potential of collaboration technology
RO Briggs, GL Kolfschoten, GJ de Vreede, S Lukosch, CC Albrecht
Journal of Management Information Systems 29 (4), 159-194, 2013
100*2013
Challenges in collaborative modelling: a literature review and research agenda
M Renger, GL Kolfschoten, GJ De Vreede
International Journal of Simulation and Process Modelling 4 (3-4), 248-263, 2008
1002008
A seven-layer model of collaboration: Separation of concerns for designers of collaboration systems
RO Briggs, G Kolfschoten, GJ Vreede, C Albrecht, DR Dean, S Lukosch
ICIS 2009 Proceedings, 26, 2009
852009
Toward a theoretical model of consensus building
RO Briggs, GL Kolfschoten, GJ Vreede
AMCIS 2005 Proceedings, 12, 2005
842005
Issues in the design of facilitated collaboration processes
GL Kolfschoten, M den Hengst-Bruggeling, GJ De Vreede
Group Decision and Negotiation 16 (4), 347-361, 2007
752007
ThinkLets: a pattern language for facilitated and practitioner-guided collaboration processes
GJ De Vreede, RO Briggs, GL Kolfschoten
International Journal of Computer Applications in Technology 25 (2/3), 140-154, 2006
752006
Empirical evaluation of procedures to generate flexibility in engineering systems and improve lifecycle performance
MA Cardin, GL Kolfschoten, DD Frey, R de Neufville, OL De Weck, ...
Research in Engineering Design 24 (3), 277-295, 2013
732013
A sustainable and affordable support system for rural healthcare delivery
J Barjis, G Kolfschoten, J Maritz
Decision Support Systems 56, 223-233, 2013
712013
Recurring patterns of facilitation interventions in GSS sessions
GL Kolfschoten, JH Appelman, RO Briggs, GJ de Vreede
37th Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, 2004†…, 2004
682004
Facilitation roles and responsibilities for sustained collaboration support in organizations
GL Kolfschoten, F Niederman, RO Briggs, GJ De Vreede
Journal of Management Information Systems 28 (4), 129-162, 2012
672012
Challenges in collaborative modeling: A literature review
M Renger, GL Kolfschoten, GJ de Vreede
Advances in enterprise engineering I, 61-77, 2008
612008
Trust evolvement in hybrid team collaboration: A longitudinal case study
X Cheng, G Yin, A Azadegan, G Kolfschoten
Group Decision and Negotiation 25 (2), 267-288, 2016
592016
Extending the contextual and organizational elements of adaptive structuration theory in GSS research
F Niederman, RO Briggs, GJ de Vreede, GL Kolfschoten
Journal of the Association for Information Systems 9 (10), 4, 2008
592008
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