[AISWorld] Final Call for Abstracts MISQE Blockchain Academic Workshops

Md Hoque rakibulmisdu at gmail.com
Sun Sep 9 22:52:02 EDT 2018

Could you please extend the deadline one more week?
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On Tue, Sep 4, 2018 at 9:29 PM Mary Lacity <MLacity at walton.uark.edu> wrote:

> MIS Quarterly Executive Academic Workshops
> In preparation for the December 2019 Special Issue on:  Delivering
> Business Value through Enterprise Blockchain Applications
> http://misqe.org/ojs2/templates/common/CFPMISQESblockchainfinal.pdf
> Sponsored by: The Society for Information Management (SIM) and MIS
> Quarterly Executive
> You may submit to one of two workshops:
> ICIS 2018 in San Francisco, USA on Wednesday, December 12, 2018 from 1 to
> 5pm
> HICSS 2019 in Hawaii, USA on Tuesday, January 8, 2019 1 to 4 pm
> In preparation for MIS Quarterly Executive’s Special Issue on Delivering
> Business Value through Enterprise Blockchain Applications, we invite you to
> submit an abstract for presentation at one of two pre-conference SIM
> Academic Workshops.  We will hold one workshop just before ICIS in San
> Francisco and one just before HICSS in Hawaii.  The purpose of these
> pre-conference workshops is to help develop papers for possible
> consideration for the special issue.
> The special issue aims to examine the strategic opportunities, management
> challenges, and emerging practices to realize the promised value from
> enterprise blockchain applications. We encourage submissions based on
> original in-depth case studies or other field-based research that provide
> practical frameworks, proven best practices, and rich descriptions of
> clearly valuable blockchain applications. Our aim is to attract papers that
> highlight what is real, live, and being used rather than what is merely
> aspirational.
> The CfP for the special issue is here:
> http://misqe.org/ojs2/templates/common/CFPMISQESblockchainfinal.pdf
> Workshop Deadlines:
> Sept. 10, 2018: Submit an abstract
> Oct. 22, 2018: Notification of workshop acceptance with preliminary
> editorial feedback
> Abstract requirements:
> Please list all authors, their affiliations, contact information.
> Please indicate which pre-conference workshop  (ICIS or HICSS)
> Please be specific as to the status of the research, the access to data
> (field studies, case studies, etc.), project funding, and plan for
> completing the study.
> Page limitation: No more than 2 single-spaced pages of text and up to 2
> figures.  We will not count figures, contact information or references in
> the 2-page limit.
> Please submit your abstract to: Rajiv Sabherwal, University of Arkansas,
> RSabherwal at walton.uark.edu<mailto:RSabherwal at walton.uark.edu>
> The Special Issue co-editors are:
> Mary Lacity, University of Arkansas, mlacity at walton.uark.edu<mailto:
> mlacity at walton.uark.edu>
> Rajiv Sabherwal, University of Arkansas, RSabherwal at walton.uark.edu
> <mailto:RSabherwal at walton.uark.edu>
> Carsten Sorensen, London School of Economics, c.sorensen at lse.ac.uk<mailto:
> c.sorensen at lse.ac.uk>
> Dr. Mary C. Lacity
> Walton Professor of Information Systems and Director of the Blockchain
> Center of Excellence
> Sam M. Walton College of Business
> 1 University of Arkansas
> Fayetteville, AR 72701
> Author of A Manager’s Guide to Blockchains for Business<
> https://sbpublishing.org/blockchain.html>, SB Publishing.
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Md. Rakibul Hoque, MBA, Ph.D., ITIL, COBIT
Associate Professor
Department of Management Information Systems
Faculty of Business Studies, University of Dhaka
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