Nermina Durmic

Nermina Durmic
International BURCH University · Deparment of Information Technologies

PhD in Information Technology

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The cost of healthcare has risen significantly and demand for high quality care grows rapidly in our society. At the same time, hundreds of tables are gathered daily with patient-related data. Therefore, the modern analytics and business intelligence (ABI) platforms play a crucial role in this endeavor to improve performance while reducing costs in...
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This paper demonstrates the application of business intelligence in decision making in digital advertising through a case study. Data used for analysis was collected during a test phase of an advertising platform. The study analyzes multiple types of traffic related to countries, browsers, household incomes, and days of a week. Beside tabular repor...
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This paper proposes an empirically tested model that explains the significance of project development phases for the project success, and the impact of project people on each phase. The conceptual model includes six inter-related components: project success as the ultimate target, project team, customer, and three process steps: planning, execution...
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The book addresses the topic of project management. Understanding what makes good project management is of utmost importance for organizational leadership wishing to achieve and maintain a competitive advantage. Every project organization is specific, yet conceptually very similar. It requires good skills and competences of project teams. It depen...
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This paper defines project success factors and aspects that are significant for successful project performance and outcomes, in the context of Information Technology (IT) projects. The list of total 38 factors is obtained through the qualitative content analysis of data collected via survey of 108 IT professionals, through one open-ended question....
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Aim of this paper is to give insight in Covid 19 data and to try to predict whether individual person will recover from this virus. Furthermore, this paper aims to give some answers how information like the country, the age, and the gender of the patient, the number of cases in their country and whether they’re from or have visited Wuhan can be use...
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The purpose of this paper is to identify and collect most commonly discussed project success factors in the context of information systems (IS) projects. Through the process of review of 88 books, relevant studies and scientific works 72 success factors were detected, with a total of 689 appearances, which are then classified into six factor groups...
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The purpose of this chapter is to investigate how knowledge management (KM) aspects can be combined with project management (PM) discipline to improve project success rates and thus the quality of the final product. Several knowledge management and project management integration models are examined, and main findings show that the key factor of suc...
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Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to empirically investigate the relationship between project-specific intellectual capital (IC) and project success in the context of information technology (IT) projects. Design/methodology/approach – Using data collected from surveys of 603 IT professionals across a variety of projects, the authors construct...
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ABSTRACT A contingency perspective of knowledge management recognises the need for a fit between knowledge management solutions (KMS) and decision making contexts which they support. In order to determine the best fit, a field survey was carried out to investigate the impact of two different types of KMS (technical and social) on decision makers’ b...
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This paper reports the results of an empirical test of a research model linking intellectual capital (IC) with project management (PM) in order to determine whether and how value from knowledge assets is being realised in a project environment. The proposed model included six interrelated components: project success as the ultimate targeted value a...
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Traditionally, the fields of knowledge management (KM), intellectual capital (IC) and project management (PM) have been studied separately. More recently, scholars have started to call for convergence between these disciplines in order to broaden research interests and opportunities in academia and enhance their value to practice. Following the cur...
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The field of Knowledge Management (KM) is usually described in terms of “generations”. First generation KM viewed knowledge as an object and was focused on the use of IT, such as databases and portals. Second generation KM was orientated towards people and organisations. It emphasised tacit knowledge and communities of practice. Third generation KM...
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This paper examines empirically the role of business intelligence (BI) in customer relationship management (CRM). Drawing on relevant literature on BI and CRM, the research model for the current investigation proposes that BI approaches of an organisation and its competition influence organisational business strategy which in turn impacts its custo...
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Abstract This empirical study was carried out to investigate the impact of ICT-based knowledge management systems (KMS) of varying sophistication on decision support in varying decision contexts. The results indicate that the positive impact of KMS sophistication was limited to simple decision contexts only. In simple contexts, the availability of...
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This paper reports an exploratory pilot study of KM researchers and their research interests based on articles published in one specialised academic journal: JKM. For each published article, keyword and author analysis was used to discover the main contributors and dominant themes and topics examined. The study suggests that KM is more popular in E...
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The purpose of this study was to analyse the nature of research preoccupying participants in the Third International Symposium on Sustainable Development (ISSD 2012) in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, from 31May - 1June 2012. It involved the analysis of abstracts and papers submitted for presentation and publication at ISSD 2012. Each submission...

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This project addresses the development of the field of knowledge management (KM) over time.