Welcome from the 2014 ECIS Program Chairs

Welcome to ECIS 2014, the 22nd European Conference on Information Systems. The conference theme –“Digital Work, Digital Life”– reflects the increasing digitization of artifacts that is affecting all areas of our lives. The way we work, how we live and socialize, how the digital economy operates and how value is created are evolving continuously, driving future waves of digitalization. These are themes that many of the papers in the ECIS 2014 program explore and contribute to. As a hub of digital innovation, Tel Aviv is a perfect venue to host this conference.

For more information about the ECIS 2014 program, please click here.

Please use the following citation format for papers in the ECIS 2014 proceedings:
Authors, Year, "PaperTitle," Proceedings of the European Conference on Information Systems (ECIS) 2014, Tel Aviv, Israel, June 9-11, 2014, ISBN 978-0-9915567-0-0.

Michel Avital, Cophenhagen Business School
Michel Avital
Copenhagen Business School
Jan Marco Leimeister, Kassel University & University of St. Gallen
Jan Marco Leimeister
Kassel University
University of St. Gallen
Ulrike Schultze, Southern Methodist University & Lund University
Ulrike Schultze
Southern Methodist University
Lund University

Browse the contents of ECIS 2014 Proceedings:

24 - Panels
23 - The Digital Public Sector
22 - Sustainably Digital
21 - Social Media Research and Analytics within and between Organizations
20 - Service Innovation, Engineering, and Management
19 - Research Methods and Philosophy
18 - IS Teaching Cases
17 - Openness and IT
16 - Mobile Life and Mobile Technologies
15 - IT Strategy and Governance
14 - IS Security and Privacy
13 - IT Project Management
12 - Human-Computer Interaction
11 - General IS Topics and Breakthrough Ideas
10 - Economics and Value of IS
09 - Digital Health Initiatives
08 - Decision Support and Big Data
07 - Designing Collaboration
06 - Business Process Management
05 - Business Model and Entrepreneurship Research in IS
04 - Business Intelligence and Knowledge Management
03 - Alternative Genres
02 - Advancing Theories and Theorizing in IS Research
01 - Digital Work, Digital Life (conference theme)