The mutual influences between information systems and organizational structures, processes and people, technologies and development teams promote the natural evolution of needs and opportunities for the digital transformation of companies and wider society. New approaches for the design, development, assessment, and management of information technology and systems within organizations, businesses, and societies are needed to handle the growing complexity in data management and processing of information systems. The “Managing IS Development” track at ISD 2018 will aim at promoting research directions and share practical experiences on managing IS development by providing a forum where academic and industrial researchers on different areas can share and disseminate ideas and experiences related to innovative practices, methods, and technologies. Authors are invited to submit papers describing original research in all areas related to managing IS development.

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A Modeling Language for Agile Requirements Engineering

Eva-Maria Schön
Jörg Thomaschewski
María José Escalona
Nora Koch

A Tool for Supporting the Co-Evolution of Enterprise Architecture Meta-models and Models

Nuno Silva, University of Lisbon
Miguel Mira da Silva
Pedro Sousa, University of Lisbon

Bonus Computing: An Evolution from and a Supplement to Volunteer Computing

Zheng Li
Yiqun Cheng
María Andrea Rodríguez
Lu Deng

Enterprise Composition Architecture for Micro-Granular Digital Services and Products

Alfred Zimmermann
Rainer Schmidt, Munich University of Applied Sciences
Kurt Sandkuhl, University of Rostock

Enterprise IT Governance impact on Agile Software Development Project Success

Muhammad Awais
Julia Prior
Samuel Ferguson
John Leaney

How do Practitioners Understand External Platforms and Services? A Grounded Theory Investigation

Anar Bazarhanova, Aalto University
Jesse Yli-Huumo, Aalto University
Kari Smolander, Lappeenranta University of Technology

Practices for Vertical and Horizontal Coordination in the Scaled Agile Framework

Tomas Gustavsson

Productivity Gains of DevOps Adoption in an IT Team: A Case Study

Miguel Angelo Silva
João Pedro Faustino
Rúben Pereira
Miguel Mira da Silva, mms

Selecting a Software Tool for ITIL using a Multiple Criteria Decision Analysis Approach

Nuno Encantado Faria
Miguel Mira da Silva

The Impact of Knowledge Creation on Organizational Resilience towards Organizational Performance

Ali Alharthy
Osama Sohaib, University of Technology
Igor Hawryszkiewycz, University of Technology, Sydney

Towards a NoSQL security map

Wilhelm Zugaj
Anita Stefanie Beichler

Towards a Systematic Approach of Relational Database Watermarking

Monica Vladiou, UPG University of Ploiesti
Gabriela Moise, UPG University of Ploiesti
Zoran Constantinescu, UPG University of Ploiesti

Towards Effective and Efficient Data Management in Embedded Systems and Internet of Things

Zoran Constantinescu, UPG University of Ploiesti
Monica Vladiou, UPG University of Ploiesti

User Participation in Information System Development for Emerging Public Sector Initiatives

Kayvan Yousefi Mojir
Sofie Pilemalm
Tobias Andersson Granberg

Using Contextual Features for Online Recruitment Fraud Detection

Syed Mahbub
Eric Pardede, La Trobe University

Using Gamification for Adopting Scrum

Rita Marques, IST/INOV, Avenida Rovisco Pais 1, 1049 Lisboa, Portugal
Gonçalo Costa, IST/INOV, Avenida Rovisco Pais 1, 1049 Lisboa, Portugal
Miguel Mira da Silva
Daniel Gonçalves, INESC-ID/IST
Pedro Gonçalves, Xpand IT, Rua de Fornelos 77, 4900-709 Viana do Castelo, Portugal