MIS Quarterly Executive

An official sister publication of MIS Quarterly, MISQE invites authors to submit papers based on in-depth research that provide rich stories, unique insights, and useful conceptual frameworks for information systems practice. Our target audience includes both practitioners and researchers - so that MISQE can stimulate ongoing discussions at the intersection of research and practice - but our primary focus is research that is immediately relevant and useful for practice.


  • Submit your work to the Special Issue on The Rise of Low-Code/No-Code: Accelerating Digital Transformation, chaired by Noell Carroll, Johnny Holmström and Sabine Matook. Abstracts are due by the end of July 2023; full papers in September 2023. Further information can be found Information can be downloaded here .

  • Submit your work to the SIM/MISQE pre-ICIS 2023 workshop and Special Issue on Managing Cybersecurity to Address Increasing Digital Risk, chaired by Stuart Madnick, Jeff Proudfoot and Mary Sumner. Detailed information about the CfP can be downloaded here . Abstracts for the workshop are due September 2023; full papers are due in March 2024.

  • Awards and Honors

    MISQE paper is one of three to receive a 2020 AIS Senior Scholars Best Paper Award. Congratulations to authors Rebekah Eden, Andrew Burton Jones, Veronica Casey, and Michael Draheim for their article "Digital Transformation Requires Workforce Transformation" published in the March 2019 issue. This is the fifth time an MISQE paper has received this prestigious award. The previous winners were Mary Lacity for the article "Addressing key challenges to making enterprise Blockchain applications a reality" (September 2018). Oliver Muller, Stefan Debortoli, Iris Junglas, and Jan vom Brocke in 2017 for their article “Using Text Analytics to Derive Customer Service Management Benefits from Unstructured Data” (December 2016). Gabriele Piccoli and Myle Ott in 2015 for their article “Impact of Mobility and Timing on User-generated Content” (September 2014) and Dorothy Leidner and Jane Mackay in 2007 for their article “How Incoming CIOs Transition into Their New Jobs” (January 2006). The awards were established by the Senior Scholars of AIS in 2006 to recognize the five best papers published in the field of Information Systems in the preceding year.

    Current Issue: Volume 22, Issue 3 (2023)



    Message from SIM
    Mark Taylor and Mary Sumner



    How WashTec Explored Digital Business Models
    Christian Ritter, Anna Maria Oberländer, Bastian Stahl, Björn Häckel, Carsten Klees, Ralf Koeppe, and Maximilian Röglinger


    Managing IT Challenges When Scaling Digital Innovations
    Sara Schiffer, Martin Mocker, and Alexander Teubner