AMCIS 2022: Call for Mini-Tracks - SIG OSRA

Starts:  Nov 1, 2021 09:00 (ET)
Ends:  Nov 30, 2021 23:00 (ET)

AMCIS 2022: Call for Mini-Tracks

 Track: Organizational Transformation & Information Systems (SIGOSRA)

Sponsoring SIG: SIG OSRA

 SIG OSRA calls for you to submit a proposal for AMCIS 2022 to be held August 10 - 14, 2022, Minneapolis, USA. AMCIS 2022 will provide exciting opportunities for participation, collaboration, and dialogue related to the conference theme: Innovative Research Informing Practice.

SIG OSRA’s main interest is in adopting, adapting, or developing Information Systems (IS) that shape how organizations and continually undergo considerable transformation often referred to as “digital transformation”. As a result, information systems, business models, business processes, and end-user workplaces are perpetually analyzed, rethought, and changed. It renews the importance of analyzing the interplay between IS and organizations from socio-technical and end-user perspectives and the implications of changing IS on end-users and customers, who are increasingly technologically savvy and immersed in this digital transformation.

 If you are interested in submitting a mini-track proposal, please notice the following information:

 Potential topics of interest for Mini-Track proposals:

  • Organizational Transformation & Information Systems (General track)
  • Business Process Management & Change
  • Business Ecosystems and Inter-organizational Information Systems
  • Crowdsourcing and Open Innovation
  • Disruptive Start-ups
  • Digital Transformation with Smart Services
  • Analytics & Data-driven Organizational Transformation
  • End-user Development & Engagement
  • Implications of the “Coding for Everyone” and “Data Literacy” trends
  • Digital competencies and Organizational transformation
  • Knowledge Management & Knowledge Workers
  • New Perspectives on End-User Computing: Consumerization, BYOD and Shadow IT
  • New Ways of Working
  • Organizational Implications of Digital Entrepreneurship and Service Innovation
  • Organizational Transformation by Scaling and Extending the Use of Agile Methods
  • Socio-technical Approaches to IT-driven organizational transformation
  • IT-Consulting in Organizational Transformation

Mini-track proposals are due by November 30, 2021

 Proposals must be submitted through the PCS System [1]. Instructions are available on the same web page until November 30, 2021. Each mini-track should have 1-5 mini-track chairs (2-3 preferred). An individual can chair at most two mini-tracks. An individual must hold only one role within a track.

If accepted, mini-track chairs are expected to:

- Promote their mini-track to generate manuscript submissions to the conference 

- Solicit and assign reviewers for manuscripts submitted to the mini-track 

- Provide a summary report to authors based on reviews 

- Make recommendations to track chairs about each manuscript submitted to the mini-track 

- Nominate best papers and reviewers

 We look forward to receiving your mini-track proposals.

Track Co-Chairs:

1 (primary): Elaine Mosconi, Université de Sherbrooke, elaine.mosconi@usherbrooke.ca

2: Paul Drews, Leuphana University of Lüneburg, paul.drews@leuphana.de

3: Frank Ulbrich, Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts, frank.ulbrich@hslu.ch    

 
Elaine, Paul, and Frank (SIG OSRA track co-chairs AMCIS 2022)

[1] PCS System url : https://new.precisionconference.com/submissions