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Dawn Owens,
Maheshwar Boodraj,

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Friday, August 16th

A Principal-Agent Theory Perspective for Real-World MIS Projects

Mary Sumner, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville
Dr. David Norwood, University of Utah
Degan J. Kettles, Brigham Young University
Dan Mazzola, Arizona State
Dr. Wil Wu, University of Oklahoma
Rashmi Jain, Montclair State University
Mahesh Raisinghani, Texas Woman's University

Challenges in Data Science Project Management: A Case Study in a European OEM

Christian Haertel, Otto-von-Guericke University Magdeburg
Vincent Donat, Otto-von-Guericke University Magdeburg
Daniel Staegemann, Otto-von-Guericke University
Matthias Pohl, German Aerospace Center (DLR)
Klaus Turowski, Otto-von-Guericke-University Magdeburg


Flolet Geraldine Loney-Burnett, Ontario Public Service
Bangaly Kaba, Athabasca University
Thomas Thompson, Independent Project Management Consultant

Conceptualizing Software Development Project Risk

Marc Schmalz, Boise State University

Enabling AI Team Agility

Elaine Mosconi, Université de Sherbrooke
Elisa Gagnon, Bishop's University

Enterprise Systems implementation projects: waterfall, agile or hybrid?

Przemyslaw Lech, University of Gdańsk

Schedule Performance of IT-Megaprojects: A Case of European Railway Traffic Management System Projects

Kornpong Mahitthiburin, Copenhagen Business School
KIm Normann Andersen, Copenhagen Business School
Steven Harrod, Technical University of Denmark

Strategic Synergy at Swisscom: Insights from Role Theory on Merging Scaled Agile Frameworks with Enterprise Architecture Management

Ninja Leikert-Boehm, Institute of Business Information Technology
Simon Bärtschi, Zurich University of Applied Science
Anna Wiedemann, Institute of Business Information Technology
Philipp Matter, Zurich University of Applied Sciences

The Diversified Roles of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in Software Development Processes: Productivity and Consistency

Yorick Sanders, Texas Tech University
Dipu Shaha, Texas Tech Universiy
Youngsoo Kim, Texas Tech University

The Effectiveness of Project Management Credentials and Integrated Project Management Implementation on IT Project Management Success

Carl Canlas, Utah Valley University