Track Description
New and pervasive technologies like mobile apps and IoT (Internet of Things) systems mean the diversity of IS Development (ISD) types has exploded like never before. Today, when organizations are increasingly seeking to transform their business through innovative uses of technology to create new business models, products, and services, ISD has become ever more important to the success of virtually all businesses and organizations.

ISD practices continuously adapt and evolve to keep up with new technologies and changing requirements. Many transformational ISD projects are integrating various technologies such as IoT, open source, mobile development, blockchain and analytics which, in turn, requires organizations to adopt a repertoire of strategies, among them agile, lean methods, outsourcing, crowdsourcing and others. While opportunities these strategies offer to organization include increasing efficiency, improving effectiveness, and gaining competitive advantage, they pose numerous challenges and risks.

Track Chairs
Stacie Petter
Julia Kotlarsky
Sabine Matook
Schedule

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Affordance-Experimentation-Actualization Theory in Artificial Intelligence Research – A Predictive Maintenance Story

Robert Keller, University of Bayreuth
Alexander Stohr, University of Augsburg
Gilbert Fridgen, University of Bayreuth
Jannik Lockl, University of Bayreuth
Alexander Rieger, Project Group Business and Information System

Bridging the Vendor-User Gap in Enterprise Cloud Software Development through Data-Driven Requirements Engineering

Philipp Hoffmann, University of Mannheim
Deborah Mateja, University of Mannheim
Kai Spohrer, University of Mannheim
Armin Heinzl, University of Mannheim

Code Forking and Software Development Project Sustainability: Evidence from GitHub

Bogdan Negoita, HEC Montréal
Gregory Vial, HEC Montréal
Maha Shaikh, King's College London
Aurélie Labbe, HEC Montréal

Coexisting Plan-driven and Agile Methods: How Tensions Emerge and Are Resolved

Isabel Laux, Ludwig-Maximilians University

Conceptualizing the Role of IS Security Compliance in Projects of Digital Transformation: Tensions and Shifts Between Prevention and Response Modes

Hassan Raza, University of Warwick
Joao Baptista, University of Warwick
Panos Constantinides, University of Warwick

Control Portfolio Adaptation in Scrum: Initial Findings from a Practitioner Survey

Thomas Fischer, University of Applied Sciences Upper Austria
Alan Hevner, University of South Florida
René Riedl, University of Applied Sciences Upper Austria

DevOps: Walking the Shadowy Bridge from Development Success to Information Systems Success

Michael Hüttermann, University of Cologne
Christoph Rosenkranz, University of Cologne

Dialectic Tensions in the Context of Inter-organizational Integration

José Carlos Camposano, LUT University
Kari Smolander, LUT University

Diversity in Peer-Advice Networks and the Emergence of Collective Post-Adoptive Attitudes: A Multilevel Perspective

Tanner Skousen, University of Georgia
Elena Karahanna, University of Georgia

Enterprise Architecture Resources, Dynamic Capabilities, and their Pathways to Operational Value

Rogier Van de Wetering, Open University

Exploring the Dynamics of IT Implementers’ Responses to User Resistance

Suzanne Rivard, HEC Montreal
Mohammad Moeini Aghkariz, University of Sussex
Liette Lapointe, McGill University

How ill is your IT Portfolio? – Measuring Criticality in IT Portfolios Using Epidemiology

Florian Guggenmos, Project Group Business & Information Systems Engineering of the Fraunhofer FIT
Peter Hofmann, Project Group Business & Information Systems Engineering of the Fraunhofer FIT
Gilbert Fridgen, Project Group Business & Information Systems Engineering of the Fraunhofer FIT

Investigating the Performance Effects of Diversity Faultlines in IT Project Teams

Leonard Przybilla, Technical University of Munich
Manuel Wiesche, Technical University of Munich

Performing IS Development: Culture’s Emergent Influence

Sharon Geeling, University of Cape Town
Irwin Brown, University of Cape Town
Peter Weimann, University of Cape Town

Persistent Paradoxes in Pluralistic Organizations: A Case Study of Continued Use of Shadow-IT in a French Hospital

Roxana Ologeanu-Taddei, University of Montpellier
Lauri Wessel, University of Bremen
Isabelle Bourdon, University of Montpellier

Revealing the Vicious Circle of Disengaged User Acceptance: A SaaS Provider's Perspective

Sebastian Loss, IT University of Copenhagen
Raffaele Ciriello, IT University of Copenhagen
Jürgen Cito, MIT