[AISWorld] CFP Special issue of Decision Support Systems
jiezhang at uta.edu
Sun Feb 9 16:42:48 EST 2014
Call for Papers
Special issue on
"Analyzing the Impacts of Advanced Information Technologies on Business Operations"
Decision Support Systems
Abraham Seidmann, Xerox Professor, Simon Graduate School of Business Administration,
University of Rochester, USA, avi.seidmann at simon.rochester.edu<mailto:avi.seidmann at simon.rochester.edu>
Yabing Jiang, Lutgert College of Business, Florida Gulf Coast University, USA, yjiang at fgcu.edu<mailto:yjiang at fgcu.edu>
Jie Zhang, College of Business, University of Texas at Arlington, USA, jiezhang at uta.edu<mailto:jiezhang at uta.edu>
Special Issue Scope: This special issue invites original manuscripts of high quality research that use analytical and empirical modeling approaches to explore the increasing complex roles that advanced information technologies such as RFID, cloud computing, and Web 2.0 play in business operations and strategies. In particular, we seek novel studies that systematically explore the complex interplays between information technology and business process designs, customer relationship management, organizational architectures, product development, sales and services, and supply chain management.
There is a growing body of research within the economics, marketing, operations management, information systems, and healthcare communities which are starting to address those issues. We expect to see submissions significantly contribute to understanding of issues in the relevant research area and that guide future research.
Suggested Topics include, but not limited to, the following areas:
Business analytics and Big Data in supply chain management
Information sharing and integration along the supply chain
Sales innovation using real-time location and social data
The impact of web 2.0 on competition and cooperation
Capacity planning, contracting and supply chain design
Social media implications for operations management
Using mobile applications for order fulfillment
Crowdsourcing and product innovation
Outsourcing service operations
Innovations in healthcare IT
Scheduling and planning
Submission Instructions: Inquires should be directed to the editors at avi.seidmann at simon.rochester.edu<mailto:avi.seidmann at simon.rochester.edu>, yjiang at fgcu.edu<mailto:yjiang at fgcu.edu>, and jiezhang at uta.edu<mailto:jiezhang at uta.edu>. All papers must be submitted electronically to siofdss at gmail.com<mailto:siofdss at gmail.com>, and an author is limited to one submission only. Please submit two copies in PDF: one with author information and affiliation and the other without any author information for review purpose. The submission must not exceed 34 pages, including abstract, keywords, tables, figures, all references and appendices, and should be double-spaced throughout with one-inch margins and using 11 point font. Please read the author guidelines athttp://www.elsevier.com/journals/decision-support-systems/0167-9236/guide-for-authors
Important dates: Paper submission deadline: July 1, 2014; Final authors notification: Mar 15, 2015; Projected publication: Mid 2015.
Department of Information Systems
College of Business
University of Texas Arlington
Arlington, TX 76019
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