[AISWorld] Final Call for Papers (extended paper submission date) - 8th TEE Workshop: Transformation & Engineering of Enterprises -

Wolfgang Molnar wolfgang.molnar at gmail.com
Fri Feb 28 04:06:22 EST 2014

8th TEE Workshop: Transformation & Engineering of Enterprises

In conjunction with IEEE CBI'14 - Geneva, July 2014

Call for Papers - Transformation & Engineering of Enterprises (TEE)

Important dates
16 March 2014 - Extended and final Paper submission
27 April 2014 - Notification of acceptance
15 May 2014 - Camera-ready copy
14 July 2014 - Workshop

Aims and objectives
New technologies, new markets, globalisation, mergers and acquisitions are
among the "usual suspects", which require enterprises to transform and
engineer themselves to deal with these challenges and new realities. The
Transformation & Engineering of Enterprises involves the use of methods and
techniques from business process management, business engineering,
organizational change management, enterprise architecture, enterprise
modelling, and information systems engineering. As a field of study, the
Transformation & Engineering of Enterprises requires validation in
real-life situations. Conversely, it is in industrial practice where
challenges can be found that may fuel and inspire researchers. In addition,
as a domain of study, the Transformation & Engineering of Enterprises can
be approached from different research perspectives, including management
science, organizational sciences, social sciences, as well as the
engineering sciences and business informatics. The TEE workshops are set up
in such a way that it attracts an audience from both industry and academia
with their respective perspectives.

Event description
The TEE series of workshops is an evolution, and merger, of the successful
PRET series and the AppEER workshop. The scope of the TEE series includes
both the original scopes of PRET and AppEER. TEE is a highly interactive
event and will be co-located with the 16th IEEE Conference on Business
Informatics (CBI 2014) in Geneva, Switzerland on July 14-17, 2014.

Paper types
Papers should describe innovative and significant original research
relevant to TEE topics as listed. Research papers should reflect the
mission of TEE, which is bringing together academia and the industry
regarding the indicated topics. Research papers and case studies should
stimulate the discussion and the synergy between these two "worlds", with
the ultimate objective of improving the field of Transformation &
Engineering of Enterprises. Typical research papers describe: challenges
from industry for the academic world, practical applications of theory
and/or research results regarding the Transformation & Engineering of
Enterprises. Paper submission from industry as well as from young
researchers (MSc or PhD researchers) is strongly encouraged. Research
results can be described in an elaborated way, since the typical paper TEE
is aiming for is between 15-20 pages long (including all references and
figures). Note, however, that a clear focus of papers, and effective use
the length of a paper to convey the contribution of a paper, will be among
the evaluation criteria for selecting papers. Longer does not necessarily
mean better!

Submission guidelines
All papers must be prepared in accordance with the IEEE camera-ready and
should be submitted in PDF format via:http://goo.gl/c5onKy. Work submitted
for consideration must not have been published elsewhere and must not be
under review or submitted for review elsewhere during the duration of
consideration. At least one author of accepted papers is expected to
present the results at the TEE workshop. All accepted papers will appear in
the workshop proceedings, published by IEEE (tbc).

Workshop PC Chairs
* Wolfgang Molnar, CRP Tudor, Luxembourg
* Henderik Proper, CRP Tudor, Luxembourg and Radboud University Nijmegen,
The Netherlands

Organizing Committee
* Khaled Gaaloul, CRP Tudor, Luxembourg
* Frank Harmsen, EY and Maastricht University, The Netherlands
* José Tribolet, Technical University of Lisbon, Portugal
* Jan Verelst, University of Antwerp, Belgium

Advisory Board
* Eng Chew, University of Technology, Sydney, Australia
* Ulrich Frank, Duisburg-Essen University, Germany
* Birgit Hofreiter, Vienna University of Technology, Austria
* Marc Lankhorst, BiZZdesign, The Netherlands
* Roel Wieringa, University of Twente, The Netherlands

We encourage both, practitioners and academics to share their insights
concerning following topics:
* Architecture governance
* Business-IT alignment
* Business transformation
* Case studies in the field of TEE
* Cultural aspects of transformation
* Design and implementation of CIO Offices
* E-Commerce
* Emergent issues in the field of TEE
* Enterprise architecture management
* Enterprise engineering
* Enterprise modeling
* Enterprise modeling languages
* Enterprise ontologies
* ERP implementation
* Evolution, maturity, measurement and quality of research in the field of
* Frameworks, methods, analysis techniques and other instruments for
research in the field of TEE
* Organizational change
* Outsourcing of business and/or IT
* Psychological and philosophical aspects
* Requirement management
* Research approaches
* Roles and skills in enterprise transformation
* Simulation of enterprise design/models
* Stakeholder management
* Management of transformation, programs and projects

For more information, please visit our website: http://www.tee-series.org/
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