[AISWorld] AMCIS 2018 - CFP - ICT Collaboration in Cross-Organizational, International, and Global Settings

Maria Madlberger maria.madlberger at gmail.com
Thu Jan 25 14:07:57 EST 2018


24th Americas Conference on Information Systems (AMCIS) 2018, August 16-18,
2018 in New Orleans, LA, USA

Track: ICTs in Global Development (SIGGlobDev)

Minitrack: ICT Collaboration in Cross-Organizational, International, and
Global Settings


With growing integration of corporations, public authorities, non-profit
organizations, project teams, and individuals in cross-organizational,
international and global settings, ICT collaboration is getting
increasingly relevant. ICT in cross-organizational, international, and
global settings can facilitate collaboration and enable improved business
processes in many contexts, e.g., supply chains, product development, or
project management. It is characterized by high complexity and challenges
such as differences in ICT infrastructure, business processes, culture,
legal regulations or the economic environment. This minitrack invites
research that contributes to a clearer understanding of ICT collaboration
processes, their challenges, success factors, and benefits in
cross-organizational, international, or global settings. All methodological
approaches, including case studies, surveys, literature reviews, design
science etc. are welcome.


Topics of interest include but are not limited to:

* Inter-organizational, international, or global ICT collaboration

* ICT collaboration in national or international supply chains, global
value chains or value networks

* Processes of ICT collaboration in global development

* Knowledge transfer in international ICT collaboration

* Comparative cross-country research on ICT collaboration

* Impact factors of cross-organizational, international, or global

* Diffusion of collaborative technologies in emerging economies

* Standardization or standards adoption of collaborative technologies
and/or processes

* Country-specific case studies on cross-organizational collaboration

* International or global ICT project management

* Mobile applications or social media as facilitators of ICT collaboration


February 28, 2018: Deadline for Completed Research and ERF (Emergent
Research Forum) submissions

April 18, 2018: Author notification

August 16-18, 2018: Conference

For complete instructions for authors and information about the conference,
visit the AMCIS 2018 website at http://amcis2018.aisnet.org


Maria Madlberger, Webster Vienna Private University,
maria.madlberger at webster.ac.at


Univ.-Prof. Dr. Maria Madlberger

Department of Business and Management

Webster Vienna Private University

Praterstrasse 23, 1020 Vienna, AUSTRIA


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