Track Description

A major mission of the information systems discipline is to produce knowledge that is both academically rigorous and applicable to IS managers. The ICIS practice-oriented research track will contribute to this mission. The track welcomes submissions of practice-oriented IS research on any topics that are highly relevant and useful to practicing IS executives in the digital economy.

Criteria for acceptance of submissions will be similar to those adopted by MISQ Executive, MIT Sloan Management Review and Harvard Business Review. Authors are encouraged to submit in-depth research that provides rich stories, unique insights, and useful conceptual frameworks for managing digital capabilities. The target audience for MISQE is primarily practitioners, but it includes researchers, with a goal of stimulating ongoing discussions at the intersection of research and practice. MISQE also seeks to contribute to the development of future industry leaders. Papers submitted to this track will be specifically evaluated for relevance and usefulness to digital leaders. Submissions are also expected to demonstrate a rigor that makes the findings credible to a discriminating reader.

Track Chairs
Hind Benbya
Dorothy E. Leidner
Shan L. Pan
Schedule

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CC's for the CIO (Core Competencies for the Chief Information Officer)

Christine Van Toorn, UNSW Sydney
John D'Ambra, UNSW Sydney
Dubravka Cecez-Kecmanovic, UNSW Sydney
Michael Cahalane, UNSW Sydney

Fighting Fire with Fire: The Use of an Auxiliary Platform to Address the Inherent Weaknesses of a Platform-Based Business

Cheuk Hang Au, The University of Sydney
Barney Tan, The University of Sydney
Chunmian Ge, South China University of Technology

Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) Business Model Classification

Herbert Endres, University of Regensburg
Marta Indulska, The University of Queensland
Arunava Ghosh, Indian Institute of Management Indore
Abayomi Baiyere, Copenhagen Business School
Stefan Broser, University of Regensburg

Information Management Capabilities in the Digital Era: The Senior Manager’s Perspective

William Kettinger, Clemson University
He Li, Clemson University
Chen Zhang, University of Memphis

Leader Attributes for Successful Digital Transformation

Benjamin Pabst von Ohain, Technical University of Munich

Organizational Implementation of Intelligent Automation as Distributed Cognition: Six Recommendations for Managers

Aleksandre Asatiani, Aston University
Esko Penttinen, Aalto University
Tapani Rinta-Kahila, The University of Queensland
Antti Salovaara, Aalto University

Plate-Spinning for Success: CIOs, Embrace your Role Paradoxes!

NIKHIL MEHTA, University of North Carolina Greensboro
Vallabhajosyula Sambamurthy, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Lakshmi Iyer, Appalachian State University

Preparing for a Digital Future: Cloud Strategy at Continental AG

Frederik Wulf, TU Dresden
Markus Westner, OTH Regensburg
Maximilian Schön, Continental AG
Susanne Strahringer, TU Dresden
Claudia Loebbecke, University of Cologne

Producer-side Use Cases of Digitized Products: What’s Best for Your Company?

Ainara Novales, Erasmus University
Martin Mocker, Reutlingen University
Eric van Heck, Erasmus University

Robotic Process Automation – Process Optimization on Steroids?

Ralf Plattfaut, Fachhochschule Südwestfalen