Systems analysis involves examining business problems (opportunities) and identifying possible solutions, whereas systems design includes the identification, specification, and implementation of an information technology solution. The combined field of Systems Analysis and Design (SAND) deals with all issues related to the development of systems and is of central importance to the Information Systems discipline, including understanding how businesses can create value with new digital technologies. The SAND track provides a forum for discussing research related to systems development tools, methodologies, and other activities throughout the systems development life cycle (SDLC). This includes requirements determination, modeling techniques and languages, agile systems development practices, empirical evaluation of analysis and design methods, user involvement in systems development, open-source development, design of systems architecture, and other technical and organizational issues in systems development.

Track Chairs
Arturo Castellanos, William & Mary,
Jon Beard, Iowa State University,
Dominik Bork, TU Wien,

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Thursday, August 10th
12:00 AM

Fostering Scalable Citizen Development in Organizations: Towards a Guiding Framework

Altus Viljoen, Technical University of Munich
John Nguyen, Technical University of Munich
Martin Kauschinger, Technical University of Munich
Andreas Hein, Technical University of Munich

12:00 AM