This track serves as the nexus of converging interests for researchers in the field who might have specific interests in topics not easily reconciled with existing mainstream SIG-based AMCIS Tracks. We will be specifically interested in research that might not find good fit with mainstream areas of information systems research, and we also welcome methodological plurality, with explicit interests in innovative, provocative, and experimental approaches to both topical and methodological coverage. To that end, this track serves as the primary point of contribution and subsequent publication of innovative research on information systems across a wide range of topic areas, particularly those topics not addressed by other tracks. This track showcases unique and leading edge regarding the state, practice, antecedents and consequences of management information systems as a field of practice, as an artifact of business and its processes, and as a scholarly field of endeavor. We welcome minitracks within this general track structure, welcoming any forward-thinking and unique views of information systems. We can also serve as a nexus for mini-tracks affiliated with emergent AIS Special Interest Groups that have not yet found specific conference affiliations for development and evolution. As a thematic notion, our proposed track title of “Advances in Information Systems” is consistent with the mission and focus of the IS journal to which we intend to provide journal publication opportunities.
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A Methodology for Developing Normalized Formative Indices Using Messy Data

Gary Templeton, Mississippi State University
Laurie Burney, Baylor University
Martin Kang, MSU

A Systematic Mapping Study on Business Ecosystem Types

Anne Faber, Technical University of Munich
Maximilian Riemhofer, Technical University of Munich
Sven-Volker Rehm, EM Stratsbourg Business School
Gloria Bondel, Technical University of Munich

Building an Information Security Awareness Program for a Bank: Case from Ethiopia

Milkyas Bogale, Addis Ababa university
Lemma Lessa, Addis Ababa university
Solomon Negash, Kennesaw State University

Creating Competitive Advantage for Air Freight Communities Using Cargo Community System: A Case Study in Schiphol Airport

Dissa Riandaso Chandra, Bandung Institute of Technology
Jos van Hillegersberg, Twente University

Cultivating Sociomaterial Transformations in Agriculture 4.0: The Case of Precision Viticulture

Carlos Bento, University of Coimbra
Paulo Rupino da Cunha, University of Coimbra
João Barata, University of Coimbra

Developing an Affordance-based Conceptualization of Social Media Interactions

Laszlo Sajtos, University of Auckland
Yean Shan Beh, Xiamen University
Gabrielle Peko, The University of Auckland
David Sundaram, University of Auckland

Exploring the Formation of IT Identity: A Technology-Value Fit Model

Qin Weng, University of Arkansas
Wendy Wang, Trident University International
Jignya Patel, Florida Institute of Technology

Factors Hindering Full-Fledged Information Security in Banking Sector in Ethiopia: Emphasis on Information Security Culture

Abiy Woretaw, Information Network Security Agency
Lemma Lessa, Addis Ababa university
Solomon Negash, Kennesaw State University

Five levels of Computer Self-Efficacy

Saurabh Gupta, Kennesaw State University
Clay Williams, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville

From Hierarchies to Markets: Transformation of Corporate Innovation at Ericsson

Ning Su, Ivey Business School, Western University
Mayur P. Joshi, Western University
Saeed Khanagha, Vrije Universiteit

Governança de TI em Cooperativas de Crédito – uma proposta de framework

Egidio Morsch, UNISC
Pietro Cunha Dolci, UNISC

How Emotional Self-Control Relates to IT Mindfulness and Technostress in Students

Amy J. Connolly, James Madison University
Daniel Rush, Boise State University

Information Security Compliance: A Complete Values View

Carlos Ivan Torres, Washington State University
Robert E. Crossler, Washington State University

Information Security Incident Response Management in an Ethiopian Bank: A Gap Analysis

Tsedale Yohannes, Addis Ababa university
Lemma Lessa, Addis Ababa university
Solomon Negash, Kennesaw State University

Innovating in IS: a Pharmaceutical Case Study into Modelling Creative Climate

Michael Meighu, University of Manchester
John Alver Dobson, Clark Univeristy

Network Value Co-Creation Goes Digital – a Case Study

Sarah Hönigsberg, TU Chemnitz
Barbara Dinter, Chemnitz University of Technology

Online Social Networks Decision Support Architecture: Spaces for Modelling and Conversations

Valeria Aleksandra Sadovykh, University of Auckland
David Sundaram, University of Auckland

Prerequisites for Value Co-Creation in Business Ecosystems

Christian Betz, University of St. Gallen
Marc Burkhalter, University of St. Gallen
Reinhard Jung, University of St. Gallen

Serious Games for Sustainable Development: A Decision-driven Transformative Approach

Khushbu Tilvawala, The University of Auckland
David Sundaram, University of Auckland
Michael David Myers, University of Auckland

Social Media Platform and Green IS Awareness: An Empirical Investigation

Carol Lee, University of Massachusetts Boston
Pratyush Bharati, University of Massachusetts

Towards a Process and Tool Support for Collaborative API Proposal Management

Gloria Bondel, Technical University of Munich
Duc Huy Bui, Technical University of Munich
Anne Faber, Technical University of Munich
Dennis Seidel, Allianz Deutschland AG
Matheus Hauder, Allianz Deutschland AG

Towards Integrating Blockchain and Digital Governance Structure in Supply Chain Collaboration (SCC)

Sarbottam Bhagat, University of North Texas
Kevin Kim, University of North Texas

Value Estimation of Software Functional Test Cases

Yao Shi, University of Memphis
Mark Gillenson, University of Memphis
Xihui Zhang, University of North Alabama

Why social media users share private images: Ignorance or Social Reward

Joseph Sebastian, Washington State University
Robert E. Crossler, Washington State University