Track Chairs;
Johann Kranz, Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich, kranz@lmu.de
Hanna Krasnova, University of Potsdam, krasnova@uni-potsdam.de
Rickard Lindgren, University of Gothenburg, rikard.lindgren@ait.gu.se
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2024
Friday, June 14th

A Digital Twin Decision Support Framework for Management in Critical Infrastructure Organizations

Niamh Daly, University College Cork
Karen Neville, University College Cork
Frédéric Adam, University College Cork

A Theoretical Framework for Personal Task Management

Peder Bergan, University of Duisburg-Essen

Assuring or Enabling Privacy? — How Different Types of Regulatory Measures for Data Privacy Affect Individual Disclosure Behavior

Martin Richthammer, University of Passau
Thomas Widjaja, University of Passau

Automatic Classification of IS Research Papers: A Design Science Approach

Jan-Hendrik Schmidt, Technical University of Darmstadt
Marc Goutier, Technical University of Darmstadt
Ludwig Koch, Technical University of Darmstadt
Ronja Schwinghammer, Ludwig Maximilian University
Alexander Benlian, Technical University of Darmstadt

Blockchain Tension-Resolving Workarounds: Analysis of Post-Adoption Behavior

Jakia Sultana, RMIT University
Sayyen Teoh, RMIT University
Stan Karanasios, University of Queensland

Conceptualising Scaling Agile as a Wicked Problem

Alicia Roschnik, University of Lausanne
Stephanie Missonier, University of Lausanne

Critical Success Factors for IT Project Portfolio Management: What Do We Know, What Can We Learn?

Fenja Schulte, Leibniz University
Christin Karrenbauer, Leibniz University
Michael H. Breitner, Leibniz University

Evaluating Digital Sustainability-Oriented Innovations: Criteria for the Frontend of Innovation

Leah Wormeck, Münster University of Applied Sciences
Carlotta Crome, University of Applied Sciences Augsburg
Tim Meyer-Hollatz, Fraunhofer Institute for Applied Information Technology FIT
Silvana Hinsen, University of Bayreuth
Michael E. Wasserman, Münster University of Applied Sciences

Exploring Hybrid Project Management: A Qualitative Inquiry of Organizational Adoption

Miroslav Krupa, Prague University of Economics and Business
Jiří Hájek, Prague University of Economics and Business
Dennis Schlegel, Reutlingen University

From Dyadic to Triadic Mentoring Relationships: A Holistic View of Expectations and Goals to Enhance the Effectiveness of Formal Mentoring Programs in IT

Rizana Joers, University of Hagen
Kristina Kusanke, University of Hagen
Jennifer Kendziorra, University of Hagen
Till J. Winkler, University of Hagen

From Text to Model to Execution: A Literature Review on Methods for Creating Conceptual Models from Legal Regulations

Binh An Patrick Nguyen, University of Münster
Hendrik Scholta, German University of Administrative Sciences Speyer

Implications of Organizational Governance on Cybersecurity Management: A Qualitative Study in Higher Education

Burcu Bulgurcu, Toronto Metropolitan University
Nadege Levallet, University of Maine
Atefeh Mashatan, Toronto Metropolitan University

Investigating Potentials of Virtual Reality Medium for Collaborative Work

Elahe Javadi, Illinois State University
Judith Gebauer, University of North Carolina Wilmington
Shukri Aboteem, Illinois State University
Kahri Jung, State Farm
Season Tanner, State Farm

Moo-Ving the Dairy Industry — The Building Blocks of Resource-Based Digital Innovation

Tobias Kranz, Fraunhofer Institute for Applied Information Technology FIT
Thomas Kreuzer, Fraunhofer Institute for Applied Information Technology FIT
Anna Maria Oberländer, University of Bayreuth
Alexander Rex, Fraunhofer Institute for Applied Information Technology FIT
David Ketenidis, University of Bayreuth

Reconceptualizing the Human in the Loop: A Problematization of Taken-for-Granted Metaphors in Cybersecurity Research

Wael Soliman, University of Agder
Jonna Järveläinen, University of Jyväskylä

Revolutionising Business Education Through Strategic Industry Partnerships: A Stakeholders Perspective

Kolawole Ewedairo, RMIT University
Professor Mathews Nkhoma, RMIT University

Socio-Technical Challenges Inhibiting Effective Knowledge Sharing Among ICT Workers in Under-Resourced E-Government Project Teams

Katazo Natasha Amunkete, University of Cape Town
Lisa F. Seymour, University of Cape Town

The Lower the Risk, the Lower the Premium? Conceptualizing an Artifact for Usage-Based Pricing of Personal Cyber Insurance Policies

Florian Schütz, University of Göttingen
Alexander Lukowitsch, University of Göttingen
Gilbert Georg Hoevel, Paderborn University
Simon Trang, Paderborn University

Unraveling Learning on Winner Strategies and Bidding Competitiveness: Evidence from a Crowdsourcing Platform

Chaofan Yang, Xi'an Jiaotong University
Bingqing Xiong, Deakin University
Eric Lim, University of New South Wales
Yongqiang Sun, Wuhan University
Chee-Wee Tan, Hong Kong Polytechnic University

Unveiling Everyday Challenges: A Dooyeweerdian Exploration of Teachers' ICT Integration

Opeoluwa Aiyenitaju, Manchester Metropolitan University
Cathy Urquhart, Manchester Metropolitan University

Voice Analytics Applications and Corporate Communication: Current State and Future Research Directions

Tim Scheerschmidt, University of Augsburg
Dennis Renee Metzler, University of Augsburg

When Empirical Contributions Are More Important than Theoretical Contributions

Mikko Siponen, University of Alabama
Hemin Jiang, University of Science and Technology of China
Tuula Klaavuniemi, University of Eastern Finland