IADIS International Conference Information Systems Post-implementation and Change Management 2012 (part of the MCCSIS 2012)

The IADIS International Conference Information Systems Post-implementation and Change Management 2012 was held in Lisbon, Portugal, 17-19 July, 2012.

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The IADIS Information Systems Post-implementation and Change Management (ISPCM) 2012 conference provided a forum for the discussion of IS in such a socio-technological perspective. It covered the issues related to use, exploitation, maintenance of IS in organizations, focusing on the post-implementation phase of the IS life-cycle. Discussed the impacts and effects of the introduction of new technological artefacts' in human activity systems and exploring the much need management of these processes. The conference discussed these issues in the context of IS professional practice, research and teaching.

This year Conference received 42 submissions from more than 21 countries. Each submission had been anonymously reviewed by an average of five independent reviewers, to ensure that accepted submissions were of a high standard. Consequently only 8 full papers were approved which meant an acceptance rate of 19 %. A few more papers were accepted as short papers and reflection paper. An extended version of the best papers was published in the IADIS International Journal on Computer Science and Information Systems (ISSN:1646-3692).

Submissions were accepted under the following 6 main topics:
- IS Change Management in Practice and Organisational Processes
- Post-implementation Change Management and Risk Thinking
- IS Professional Issues
- Change Management Processes
- IS Development Cycle and Change Management
- Research Methods and Methodologies in Post-Implementation and Change Management

The Conference included the presentation of full papers, short papers and reflection paper and also one keynote presentation by Professor Frantz Rowe, University of Nantes, France.

 

Keynote Presentation:

Is IS-enabled organizational transformation still a new frontier for strategic information systems research? by

ispcm2012a Professor Frantz Rowe, University of Nantes, France

Abstract:
Twenty years after the promise of Information Systems – enabled Organizational Transformation (IS-enabled OT), what have we learnt? In order to understand better this phenomenon this communication reviews the literature. We analyze the discourse on OT from the strategy, organization theory and IS literatures and identify four structuring themes: organizational inertia, process, agency and performance. Deriving a coding from these themes we apply it to a set of empirical papers and comment the results. Ten research avenues are then identified. They show that IS-enabled OT is still a new frontier for strategic information systems research.

 

Conference Best Paper:

THE DYNAMICS OF A BPM IMPLEMENTATION: A MIXED METHOD STUDY ON IMPLEMENTATION EFFECTIVENESS AND SYSTEM SUCCESS by Benny M.E. De Waal, University of Applied Sciences and Ronald Batenburg, Utrecht University, The Netherlands

Abstract:
What has happened during the implementation of a business process management (BPM) system? This paper describes how system success has changed after the implementation of a BPM system, and explains how events and behavior during the BPM implementation have influenced this. Using a mixed method approach, survey data was collected from end-users before and after the implementation of a BPM system in a large Dutch social insurance organisation, and by 52 additional semi-structured interviews. The results show that system success after the BPM implementation was dramatically declined. Analysis based on the Klein-Sorra model of implementation effectiveness shows that implementation climate and innovation-values fit were very weak and can be considered as explanations of the decline in system success. For practitioners, this research offers four practices to be considered during BPM implementation.

The IADIS International Conference Information Systems Post-implementation and Change Management 2012 was published both in Book (ISBN: 978-972-8939-73-1) and CD-ROM (ISBN: 978-989-8533-08-1).

 

Program Committee:

Program Co-Chairs:
Miguel Baptista Nunes, University of Sheffield, United Kingdom
Guo Chao (Alex) Peng, University of Sheffield, United Kingdom

General Conference Co-Chairs:
Piet Kommers, University of Twente, The Netherlands
Pedro Isaías, Universidade Aberta (Portuguese Open University), Portugal

Committee Members:
Paul Johannesson, Stockholm University, Sweden
Andreas Gadatsch, Bonn-rhein-sieg University Of Applied Sciences, Germany
Ari Heiskanen, University Of Oulu, Finland
Asma Sellami, Université De Sfax, Tunisia
Chenghua Lin, The Open University, United Kingdom
Ciara Heavin, University College Cork, Ireland
Constantinos Stefanou, Alexander Tei Of Thessaloniki, Greece
Danilo Piaggesi, Fondazione Rosselli Americas, USA
Darijus Strasunskas, Norwegian University Of Science And Technology, Norway
Elena Serova, St. Petersburg State University Of Economics And , Russia
Faiez Gargouri, Isims, Tunisia
Farhad Daneshgar, University Of New South Wales, Australia
Gianluigi Viscusi, University Of Milan Bicocca, Italy
Gunilla Myreteg, Uppsala University, Sweden
Hong Qing Yu, The Open University, United Kingdom
Hugo Rehesaar, Griffith University, Australia
Hui Ma, Victoria University Of Wellington, New Zealand
Ian Owens, Cranfield University, United Kingdom
Ilaria Lombardi, Universita Degli Studi Di Torino, Italy
Jaziri Wassim, Isim Sfax, Tunisia
Juergen Sauer, University Of Oldenburg, Germany
Juha Kontio, Turku University Of Applied Sciences, Finland
Jussi Koskinen, University of Jyvaskyla, Finland
Karen Neville, University College Cork, Ireland
Lamia Hadrich Belguith, Fsegs, Tunisia
Lena-maria Oberg, Mid Sweden University, Sweden
Llewellyn Tang, University Of Reading, United Kingdom
Mahdiyeh Khalilinezhad, University Of Computer Science Of Qom, Iran
Marco Marabelli, Bentley University, USA
Michael Gurstein, Ccirdt, Canada
Milan Radosavljevic, University Of Reading, United Kingdom
Mohamed Sellami, Telecom Sudparis, France
Mokhtar Amami, Royal Military College Of Canada, Canada
Nomusa Dlodlo, CSIR, South Africa
Petri Hallikainen, University Of Sydney, Australia
Pouria Goldasteh, University of Tehran, Iran
Renata Paola Dameri, University Of Genoa, Italy
Rene Pegoraro, Unesp, Brazil
Riadh Ben Halima, Redcad, Tunisia
Riccardo Spinelli, Universita Di Genova, Italy
Rim Faiz, University Of Carthage - Ihec, Tunisia
Roberto Furnari, University Of Torino, Italy
Samuel Fossa Wamba, University Of Wollongong, Australia
Severin Grabski, Michigan State University, USA
Shen Xu, University Of Reading, United Kingdom
Sidnei Bergamaschi, Unesp, Brazil
Slim Kallel, Redcad, Tunisia
Stefano Bocconi, Vrij University and Cyntelix, Netherlands
Stefano Travelli, Cyntelix, Netherlands
Stephanie Watts, Boston University, USA
Sunil Choenni, University Of Twente And Ministry Of Justice, Netherlands
Sven Hartmann, Clausthal University Of Technology, Germany
Trevor Nesbit, University Of Canterbury, New Zealand
Tsai-hsin Chu, National Chiayi University, Taiwan
Valery Trofimov, St. Petersburg State University Of Economics And , Russia
Walter Castelnovo, University Of Insubria, Italy
Wim Laurier, Facultés Universitaires Saint-Louis, Belgium
Ygal Bendavid, Université Du Québec À Montréal, Canada
Yilun Shang, University Of Texas At San Antonio, USA
Zorn Steffen, Curtin Business School, Australia