[AISWorld] Call for Minitrack Proposals AMCIS 2013: Systems Analysis and Design (SIGSAND)

Palash Bera pbera at slu.edu
Wed Oct 3 13:39:11 EDT 2012

Call for Minitrack Proposals AMCIS 2013: Systems Analysis and Design (SIGSAND)

Track Chairs:
Gove Allen, Brigham Young University, gove at byu.edu
Palash Bera, Saint Louis University, pbera at slu.edu
H. Roland Weistroffer, Virginia Commonwealth University, hrweistr at vcu.edu

Track Description:
Systems analysis is about analyzing business problems and
opportunities and identifying possible solutions, whereas systems
design is specifying how an identified solution can be implemented,
specifically as it involves information technology. The combined field
of Systems Analysis and Design deals with all issues related to the
development of systems and as such is of central importance to the
information systems discipline. The SIGSAND track provides a forum for
discussing research related to systems development methodologies and
the methods used and activities occurring throughout the systems
development life cycle. This includes requirements determination,
modeling techniques and languages, agile systems development
practices, empirical evaluation of analysis and design methods, user
involvement in systems development, open source development, design of
systems architecture, and other technical and organizational issues in
systems development.

Please click on the link below for submitting a minitrack proposal

Palash Bera
Assistant Professor
Saint Louis University

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