Track Description

Information Systems Development (ISD) evolves and creates new socio-technical Information Systems (IS) comprising processes, people and technologies. ISD is much more than software development, including analysis, design, development, implementation (adoption) and evaluation of information systems. Managing IS development includes managing strategy, demand, innovation, projects, software, security, customers, finance, change, and so on. The “Managing IS Development” track presents research proposals and share practical experiences about solutions to the increasing systemic socio-economic, political and environmental problems related to the management of IS development.

Track Chairs

Emilio Insfran, Universitat Politècnica de València, Spain
Alberto Rodrigues da Silva, University of Lisbon, Portugal

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