Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems Paper

PACIS (Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems Paper Submission Deadline is 3/11/2016.


Western Decision Science Institute Conference

ICISA members met in Western Decision Science Institute Conference in Maui, HI


International Conference on IS Management and Evaluation-ICIME 2015

Dear Colleagues and Friends: On behalf of International Chinese Information Systems Association (ICISA), we are pleased to announce that International Conference on IS Management and Evaluation sponsored by ICISA will be held in Xian China from May 28 to May 29th 2015. Submission deadline is November 6 2014.The International Conference on IS Management and Evaluation (ICIME) provides a forum for both researchers and practitioners to come together to develop their understanding of both theory and practice in all aspects of IT/IS management and evaluation. The wide scope of ICIME reflects the increased use of technology to manage information in and between organizations of all types and sizes across the globe in the age of big data. ICIME 2015 will provide opportunities for people working and researching in the field to come together both formally and informally to share their knowledge and expertise. The conference is jointly sponsored by Academic Conference & Publishing International (ACPI), Xi??n University of Technology and International Chinese Information Systems Association Click Here to access the conference site. Competitive papers/abstracts are invited in, but not limited to, the topic areas listed below: - IT and Information Evaluation - Information auditing - Knowledge management - Big data & analytics - Big data infrastructure - Information Engineering - System engineering - e-Commerce & Mobile commerce - ICT implementation in SMEs - Diffusion and adoption of new information technologies - Ubiquitous computing - Information privacy - IT outsourcing - Data mining - Management Science and Quantitative Methods


CoP: MISQE and SIM Pre-ICIS Workshop

Call for Papers, Pre-ICIS 2011 Academic Workshop and MISQE Special Issue SPONSORED BY: MIS Quarterly Executive and the Society of Information Management TITLE: Enterprises and People on the Move: Managing Mobility for Business Value Program Co-Chairs and MISQE Special Issue Editors: Dorothy Leidner, Baylor University, Senior Editor, MISQE Shan Pan, National University Singapore Juliana Sutanto, ETH-Zurich Description: The past decade has witnessed a remarkable increase in the use of mobile technologies and applications to gather and disseminate information to and from employees as well as customers. Technology advancements such as the smartphone, tablet computer, and cloud computing liberate employees from their physical constraints leading to flexible working space and time. While on one hand, an increase in employees? mobility may lead to better productivity and customer service; on the other hand, it may generate new security and compliance challenges for their organizations. How to address the challenges of supporting employees? mobility to eventually generate the desired business values is a pertinent and timely organizational issue. In addition, these advances in mobility provide opportunities and challenges for organizations seeking new means of reaching potential and existing customers, of personalizing customer service and advertising, and of tracking customers? use of various services as well as customers? responses to advertisements. As an interface to customers, advanced mobile devices may increase customization but also threaten privacy. Organizationsmust strike a careful balance between reaching its customers and pushing them away with messages that may be construed as intrusive. Those that achieve this balance are positioned to offer newer, richer services and products tocustomers. For this pre-ICIS 2011 workshop and for the MISQE special issue in 2012, we are seeking ?research for practice? papers that address the value that organizations are creating through embracing mobility. We are interested both in papers that consider the challenges and solutions to managing an increasingly mobile workforce and papers that consider the challenges and solutions to managing the relationships with customers using mobile technologies. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to: IT's Influence on Mobility Benefits and Challenges of Consumerization of IT for Enterprises Advantages and Drawbacks of Consumerization of IT for Employees Managing the Road Warriors Mobile IT Management and Strategy Strategies for Coping with the Personal Mobile Devices of Employees Increasing Employees? Productivity through Virtual Mobility Managing the Information in the Internet of Things Obtaining Business Values from Mobile Applications Pre-ICIS 2011 Workshop Information: Shanghai Location: TBA Date: Sunday, December 4th, time and location TBA Workshop Deadlines: Submit extended abstract (maximum 2 pages of text, single spaced): October 1, 2011 Notification of workshop acceptance with preliminary editorial feedback: November 1, 2011 Workshop Registration: Registration will be posted on the SIM web site: SIM Academic Workshop liaison: Mary Sumner, Southern Illinois University-Edwardsville, [email protected] MIS Quarterly Executive Special Issue Deadlines: Note: Authors are not required to attend the workshop in order to submit to the special issue. February 15, 2012 Paper submission deadline March 1, 2012 Preliminary feedback to authors May 1, 2012 First round revision deadline June 1, 2012 Second round feedback to authors August 1, 2012 Final round revision deadline September 20, 2012 Final paper acceptance decisions December, 2012 Special Issue Published All submissions should be sent to all the Program and Special Issue Co-Chairs: Dorothy Leidner, Baylor University, [email protected] Shan Pan, National University Singapore, [email protected] Juliana Sutanto, ETH-Zurich, [email protected]


CFP JGIM Special Issue: Business Dynamics andMultinational Enterprise Systems

Call for Paper Journal of Global Information Management Special Issue: Business Dynamics and Multinational Enterprise Systems Guest Editors: William Yu Chung Wang (Auckland University of Technology, New Zealand) David Pauleen (Massey University, New Zealand) Unlike personal software packages, enterprise systems are normally customized to fit the business scope and strategy and the designs are based on the development team?s advice and business process analysis. Existing research has primarily focused on adoption processes such as the factors of adoption, selection of solutions, and analysis and design. Though the theoretical lens of information systems adoption and development cycle can provide a guide for investing in new system projects; in reality, it does not sufficiently address the impact of dynamic business environments and new business initiatives during the post-adoption phase. In fact, business praxis operates in a dynamic world and organizations face a variety of internally and externally driven changes. Businesses open and close, market demand goes up and down and sometimes initiates new enterprise horizons, and innovative technologies redefine strategies and enhance productivity. Globalization also makes firms more interconnected, and changes at partners? sites may impact operations. Maintaining the expected performance after systems adoption can be challenging in this dynamic business environment. For example, a multinational enterprise may relocate part of its operation or business resources from one country to another (e.g., production or customer relationship management) necessitating enterprise system modification, interface redesign (e.g., language issues), business process reengineering, and/or the recruitment and training of new IT teams. Mergers and acquisitions are another example when there will be challenges and decisions around existing enterprise systems to address changing business needs. While industry practitioners and academic researchers fully realize the importance of investment and adoption of the latest technologies for quality and productivity improvements, post-implementation issues associated with these enterprise systems might need equal attention. Thus, this special issue focuses on the management aspects of enterprise systems in the post-adoption phase in light of the changes occurring in dynamic business environments. Submissions are invited to investigate this phenomenon which can add to the literature and be applied to the business environment, especially enterprise systems in the multinational and global context. The prospective topics are not limited to the list below and all social science research methods are to be considered. Example topics could be: ? Research that examines cross-border M&A and the impacts on information systems management; ? Impacts on the enterprise systems based on changes in corporate strategies; ? Adjustment of enterprise systems and the associated issues caused by virtual, vertical and horizontal integration in the supply chain ; ? Projects consolidating pre-established multinational sites; ? Shifting of business/subordinates, new business processes, and the turning/reconfiguration of enterprise systems; ? Changes in information management requirements, such as issues of data management, information security management, IT staffing, IS evaluation, maintenance, etc.; ? Cross-cultural issues in the post-adoption phases of enterprise systems; ? Influences on the enterprise systems that are caused by changing business environments (e.g., economic downturn, governmental policy, regional issues, and new product/market developments); ? Factors that influence the decisions at the post adoption stage ? refinement, adjustment, or new adoption. ? Change of Buyer/Vendor Relationships and their impacts on the Enterprise Systems; ? Models and solutions for the Enterprise Systems of Small and Medium Firms in the face of changing business environments; ? HR Related Issues: IT Staff Retention, Training for Systems Use, and etc. ? Amendments to existing theories or new theoretical developments; When submitting a manuscript, please follow the submission guidelines as published in the Journal?s web pages at The deadline for submissions is 1 Nov, 2011. Please submit an electronic copy of the paper in Microsoft Word format and direct questions to: Editors William Yu Chung Wang Department of Business Information Systems School of Business and Law Auckland University of Technology Private Bag 92006 Auckland 1142, NZ Email: at Tel: 64 9 9219999 ext 5048 Fax: 64 9219876 David Pauleen Department of Management Massey University Albany North Shore, Auckland, NZ Auckland Email: D.Pauleen at Tel: 64 9 4140800 ext 9467


WDSI 2012 conference

All past conference participants: WDSI 2012 conference CFP is attached. Thanks for your attention to this matter. Best, Dave Yen &&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&& Call for Papers WESTERN DECISION SCIENCES INSTITUTE Forty First Annual Meeting, April 3-6, 2012 Hilton Waikoloa Village Big Island, Hawaii Submission Deadline: October 1, 2011 Competitive papers are invited in, but not limited to, the topic areas listed. No author information should be included with the paper that is submitted. Qualified individuals will referee papers submitted through a double blind peer review process. In addition, we welcome the submission of one-page single-spaced research abstracts (about 900 words) which will not be subject to blind review. Acceptance of abstracts and papers are subject to final approval by the Track Chairs/Program Chair. Accepted papers and abstracts of authors who have registered for the conference will be published in the Proceedings (available in CD-ROM format only) and scheduled for presentation at the annual meeting. Paper submission acknowledges that the author(s) will register for and attend the conference and personally present the accepted paper at the time specified in the conference program. Publication in the program Proceedings of multiple papers by the same author will be subject to extra page charges. All complete papers will be considered for the Alpha Iota Delta, the Decision Sciences and Information Systems Honor Society, Best Paper Awards in the following categories: Best Application Paper Best Case Studies Paper Best Environmental Issues Paper Best Interdisciplinary Paper Best Theoretical/Empirical Research Paper In addition, awards will be given for the best undergraduate student paper and the best graduate student paper. All awards will be presented at the conference luncheon. Proposals for cases, workshops, symposia, colloquia, panels, tutorials on current topics of interest, and other special sessions, are also invited in all Tracks. Please contact the Program Chair or the appropriate Track Chair to indicate your interest in any topic area. WDSI OFFICERS 2011-2012 President: John Davies, Victoria University of Wellington, +644-463-5382, [email protected] President-Elect: Sheldon R. Smith, Utah Valley University, 801-863-6153, [email protected] Program Chair/Vice President for Programs/Proceedings Editor: David C. Yen, Miami University (Ohio), 513-529-4827, [email protected] Vice President for Programs-Elect: Hamdi Bilici, California State University, Long Beach, 562-985-4569, [email protected] Vice President for Member Services: Debbie Gilliard, Metropolitan State College - Denver, 303-556-4682, [email protected] Secretary/Treasurer: Cecily Raiborn, Texas State University-San Marcos, 512-245-7973,[email protected] Director of Information Systems: Abbas Heiat, Montana State University - Billings, 406-657-1627, [email protected] Immediate Past President: Nafisseh Heiat, Montana State University-Billings, 406-657-2224, [email protected] DSI Regional Vice President: Richard L. Jenson, Utah State University, 435-797-2335, [email protected] TOPIC AREAS AND TRACK CHAIRS FOR 2012 ¨ Accounting : Ashley Burrowes, Woodbury University, [email protected] ¨ Business Environment - Strategy, Policy, Law, Ethics: Cecily Raiborn, Texas State University-San Marcos, [email protected] ¨ Cases, Workshops, Special Sessions: Krishna S. Dhir and Melissa St. James, Berry College/CSU-Dominguez Hills, [email protected]/[email protected] ¨ Engineering Systems Management: Khosrow Moshirvaziri and Mahyar Amouzegar, California State University - Long Beach/ CalPoly Pomona, [email protected]/[email protected] ¨ Finance: K. C. Chen, California State University - Fresno, [email protected] ¨ Global Business, Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management: George S. Vozikis, California State University - Fresno, [email protected] ¨ Hospitality Management: Natasa Christodoulidou and G. Keong Leong, California State University-Dominguez Hills, University of Nevada Las Vegas, [email protected], [email protected] ¨ Innovative Education: Rhonda Rhodes, Cal Poly Pomona, [email protected] ¨ Internet and e-Business: David C. Yen and Albert H. Huang, Miami University (Ohio), University of the Pacific, [email protected], [email protected] ¨ Management, Organizational Behavior, and Human Resource Management: Amy Hurley-Hanson and Cris Giannantonio, Chapman University, [email protected], [email protected] ¨ Management Information Systems: Abbas Heiat, Montana State University-Billings, [email protected] ¨ Management Science and Quantitative Methods: Seong-Jong Joo, Colorado State University-Pueblo, [email protected] ¨ Marketing: Jacquelyn Warwick, Andrews University, [email protected] ¨ Military Applications: John E. Bell and Stanley Griffis, University of Tennessee, Michigan State University, [email protected], [email protected] ¨ Operations, Logistics and Supply Chain Management: Ömer Benli, California State University, Long Beach, [email protected] ¨ Student Papers: Natasa Christodoulidou and Kenneth R. Bartkus, California State University-Dominguez Hills/Utah State University, [email protected]/[email protected] (papers submitted to this track may have faculty co-authors who have given input, but the main author should be a student?he main idea should be the student's - please identify the student as a graduate or undergraduate) COUNTRY CONTACTS WDSI is an international organization and has representatives in several countries outside the United States. For more information on the activities of WDSI and its annual meeting, international contributors are invited to contact the country contact in their country or the Vice President for Member Services. Additional information can also be found on the WDSI website ( Mexico: Alfred Hagan, Pepperdine University, 310-568-5500, fax: 310-568-5778, [email protected] New Zealand: John Davies, Victoria University of Wellington, +64-4-463-5382, fax: +64-4-463-5084, [email protected] China, Hong Kong, Taiwan: Shin-Yuan Hung and Yue " Jeff " Zhang, National Chung Cheng University/California State University-Northridge, +886-5-2720411, ext. 34601/818-677-6050, [email protected]/[email protected] MEETING FACILITIES Our contract with the conference hotel allows us to use the meeting space without charge and without penalties if we meet certain criteria, including that that our group uses a minimum number of room nights in the hotel (covered by your usage of the hotel). WDSI is heavily penalized if we don? meet these minimums. Therefore, it is very important to have conference participants stay in the conference hotel. We had negotiated an attractive rate for the group with complimentary internet access, complimentary self-parking and complimentary fitness center access. WDSI ON THE INTERNET The Western Decision Sciences Institute has a permanent website at All information relating to this meeting will be made available on this website. HOTEL INFORMATION Information on Hilton Waikoloa Village, Big Island, Hawaii can be found at: INSTRUCTIONS FOR CONTRIBUTORS All manuscripts and proposals for the WDSI 2011 Annual Meeting must be submitted electronically. To submit your paper, please go to the WDSI home page ( and click on the Online Submission link. Follow the directions provided there to enter your paper and author information and upload your document. Note: The submission site will be activated on June 15, 2011, with a submission deadline of October 1, 2011. The review process will begin October 15, 2011 and authors will be notified of manuscript acceptance/rejection by December 9, 2011. Accepted papers will be included in the proceedings only if at least one author is registered for the conference by the deadline for proceedings submissions, January 12, 2012. Papers and abstracts accepted for presentation will be scheduled during sessions throughout the day on Wednesday and Thursday or on Friday morning. Please plan to present your paper when it is scheduled. It is too difficult to accommodate requests for changes. Abstracts will not be blind reviewed. However, they should contain enough detail so that the track chair can determine if they are appropriately rigorous for presentation. Also, the detail will help the track chairs and program chair place them in an appropriate session. When you submit your paper or abstract to the electronic submission system and later when you register for the conference, please be careful as you enter information, as much of it is used directly in preparing the Proceedings and the Program. Please DO NOT use all upper-case or all lower case letters. For the title of your paper, use Proper Case (first letter of each word capitalized except for minor words; capitalize minor words at the start of the title). DO NOT enclose the title in quotation marks. Capitalize only the first letter of your first, middle, and last names. Spell out the official name of your institution; do not abbreviate. Capitalize the first letter of each word of your institution name as you would normally see it. The abstract of your paper should be in sentence case (first letter of each sentence capitalized and proper nouns capitalized). The page allowance for the Proceedings is as follows for papers which are accepted and for which a registration fee is paid: six pages for full papers and two pages for abstracts. An extra page fee will be charged for papers beyond these limits. Also, the page allowance is for each registration, so an author who has more than one paper or abstract accepted will be subject to extra page charges for papers beyond the first unless a co-author is also a separate registrant. INFORMATION ABOUT Big Island, Hawaii Information on Big Island, Hawaii can be found at: http://www.gohawaii. com/big-island


Sociotech lecture Ot 12th : Questioning Technolog

London Venue: Marylebone Road. (Opp. Baker Street Station, and Mme Tussauds) Time: 6.15pm - 8.00pm including questions. Cost: Free. Coffee and biscuits provided. All welcome! Especially PG students. Directions from Security To ensure a place, register as soon as possible with: [email protected] or [email protected] Past lectures on and updates on the group?s activities Look for further details nearer the time on ====================================================== 13th Year! Oct 12th Room tba ?Questioning Technology: A panel led discussion? Panel topics: 1. What is Technology? This presentation explores whether technology is embedded in devices or whether there are alternative perspectives Dr Roy Woodhead, Transformation & Integrated Services, HP 2. What is our relationship with Technology? This presentation builds on the previous ones and explores the relationship between people and technology and questions some of the assumptions many people hold Dr Kamaran Fathulla, International Academy, University of Essex 3. Open discussion Which comes first, Science or Technology? Let us question the assumption that scientific knowledge has primacy over technological knowledge and ask whether a different view could offer new approaches to the development of new capabilities Each presenter will take around 10 minutes to put forward views that will stimulate a rich discussion. The LinkedIn and Facebook pages for IJSKD [see below] have already begun this stimulating discussion?. Dr Roy Woodhead, HP Roy currently works for HP Transformation & Integration Services (TIS) and has a diverse background spanning construction, consulting on some of the world?s largest oil and gas investments, working with IT scientist in HP?s R&D labs and socio-technical approaches to process improvement. He was a Senior Lecturer at Oxford Brookes University for over ten years and engaged with Action Research methods to achieve large scale innovation. Roy holds a PhD in complex group decision making related to major Capital Investment projects from the University of Leeds, and a First Class BSc (Hons) degree from Sheffield City Polytechnic. He is currently managing a large scale transformation within the Service Transition lifecycle stage on the largest IT infrastructure project in Europe. Dr Kamaran Fathulla, University of Essex Kamaran Fathulla is a computing/electronic lecturer at the International Academy, The University of Essex. Kamaran obtained his Master?s degree in User Interface Design from Liverpool John Moore University and his PhD from the University of Salford. Kamaran?s research work underpinned in the Multi Aspectual philosophical work of the Dutch philosopher Herman Dooyeweerd. Kamaran?s main research work is in diagrams and their uses in everyday life. He also explores ways in which Multi Aspectual thinking can be applied to other domains of interest. Kamaran is also the Editor of a newly established electronic journal called IJMAP, International Journal of Multi Aspectual Practice, ==================== look at our Facebook page: and-Knowledge-Development/161640167232626 and join the LinkedIn group: nowledge-3925554?trk=myg_ugrp_ovr Elayne Coakes (Dr) x3338 Room M112


CFP ACME 21st Annual Meeting


2010 ERP Conference