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26-29 May 2015
Fürstenberghaus
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Poster Session

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Location: Fürstenberghaus
Address: Domplatz 20-22 48143 Münster Germany
Room: Foyer 1st floor
Date: 27 May 17:00 - 19:30

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Displaying 69 contributions out of 69
Type: Research-in-Progress Paper Session: Poster Session
Track: 01 - The Networked Society
The emerging digital cryptocurrency Bitcoin has made waves in mainstream media across the globe, as have the numerous extreme events that have rocked it. One such event, the bankruptcy of a prominent Bitcoin exchange called Mt.Gox, particularly shocked the emerging sociotechnical field. However, it is not clear how the numerous entrepreneurial firms operating in this field survived this shock. ... More
Presented by Marcel MORISSE on 27/5/2015 at 15:00
Type: Research-in-Progress Paper Session: Poster Session
Track: 07 - Social Media Research Analytics
Social networks are becoming increasingly popular and also increasingly valuable platforms. However, since their value is strongly influenced by the information quality of user profiles, assuring the correctness, currency and completeness (3C) of profile information is important for their success. In this paper we present an integrated approach for improving the 3C in social networks. Our approach ... More
Presented by Jian MA on 27/5/2015 at 15:00
Type: Research-in-Progress Paper Session: Poster Session
Track: 12 - Enterprise Transformation – Purposeful design or organic emergence?
Recent research shows that gamification is a valuable tool to improve students’ learning effectiveness. However, its application continues to be limited. Educators remain reluctant to use games due to factors like limited resources, game complexity, inadaptability to various learning-outcomes, weak student involvement, and difficulty to integrate in course structures. In this article we argue th ... More
Presented by Mazen EL-MASRI on 27/5/2015 at 15:00
Type: Research-in-Progress Paper Session: Poster Session
Track: 17 - Service Innovation, Engineering and Management
Information and Communication Technology (ICT) is often considered the main enabler of service innovation. The unique role of ICT in service innovation, however, is not fully understood and advancing knowledge in this area emerged as the top research priority in the fields of service science and information systems research. To date, substantial insights regarding the role of ICT in service innova ... More
Presented by Christoph BREIDBACH on 27/5/2015 at 15:00
Type: Research-in-Progress Paper Session: Poster Session
Track: 13 - Sociotechnical Approaches to Organizational Learning and Change
This research proposes a systemic framework for the understanding of client requirements in Information System development that is particularly relevant for project contexts characterized by diversity of stakeholder values and significant complexity. In spite of the strong research tradition associated with Soft Systems Methodology and the growing interest in the Work System Method, the level of u ... More
Presented by Jeanette WING on 27/5/2015 at 15:00
Type: Research-in-Progress Paper Session: Poster Session
Track: 31 - Security and Privacy of Information and IS
In this study, we consider the question of adoption of information security technologies at individual level as a problem of decision-making under uncertainty and analyse it using a behavioural economics approach. We highlight the importance of the security adoption question for individuals outside of the organizational setting. In our model, we assume that an individual faces two sources of uncer ... More
Presented by Kristina EGOROVA on 27/5/2015 at 15:00
Type: Research-in-Progress Paper Session: Poster Session
Track: 07 - Social Media Research Analytics
Digital trace data from social media provide large amounts of information on individuals, their behavior, and their interactions with each other. Social media data have been employed to study personality, social networks, and other phenomena. However, employing social media data for research causes some issues: for example, data have to be transformed to fit analytical methods, and data may have b ... More
Presented by Roman TILLY on 27/5/2015 at 15:00
Type: Research-in-Progress Paper Session: Poster Session
Track: 03 - Decision Support
Getting the right data to the right decision-maker is a significant problem for many industrial companies. One of the main reasons is an overload of data. With the increasing amounts of industrial data this problem is becoming a bigger problem in the future. In order to address this challenge we propose the use of an Industrial Data Recommender System (IDRS). An IDRS recommends additional data to ... More
Presented by Torben JESS on 27/5/2015 at 15:00
Type: Research-in-Progress Paper Session: Poster Session
Track: 30 - IS Strategy and Governance
IT consumerization or bring-your-own-device (BYOD) behavior, i.e., the use of private devices within organizational boundaries, is steadily increasing. Despite potential benefits, organizations are struggling to keep up with this development since a variety of risks, uncertainties, and potential costs are related to the use of private devices within the enterprise. Potential negative consequences ... More
Presented by Kevin ORTBACH, Nicolai WALTER, Ayten ÖKSÜZ on 27/5/2015 at 15:00
Type: Research-in-Progress Paper Session: Poster Session
Track: 04 - Business Analytics and Knowledge Management
Business intelligence and analytics enjoy a great deal of attention today. However, there is a lack of studies considering the full data value chain from (raw) data through business analytics to valuable decisions, i.e. also scrutinizing the latter stages of the data value chain, namely timely deployment and operational usage of valuable insights as demanded by practice. Following a design science ... More
Presented by Daniel A. DÖPPNER, Honorata SIEJKA on 27/5/2015 at 15:00
Type: Research-in-Progress Paper Session: Poster Session
Track: 03 - Decision Support
This work explores the implications of product quality and network effect on the decision of a firm to enter a market with the goal of displacing an already entrenched incumbent. A conceptual model is developed to simulate a market of buyers and sellers. Simulations are carried out considering buying preferences based on product quality and network effects in conjunction with market characteristic ... More
Presented by Divya SHARMA on 27/5/2015 at 15:00
Type: Research-in-Progress Paper Session: Poster Session
Track: 22 - Digital Health Initiatives
The increasing prevalence of ICTs in healthcare is transforming the health services received by patients. This transformation is in part facilitated by healthcare providers’ utilization of eHealth technologies, which provide physicians with access to the health data required to treat patients. The recent emergence of mobile health (mHealth) technologies such as mHealth applications and personal ... More
Presented by Grace KENNY on 27/5/2015 at 15:00
Type: Research-in-Progress Paper Session: Poster Session
Track: 16 - Methods, Tools and Human Factors in IS/IT Management
The subject of control is a major stream in information systems development (ISD) studies. It is a process in which controllers specify performance goals, evaluate the current performance of those over whom they have control, and initiate improvements when they observe a gap between the predefined goals and the actual performance level. Researchers have classified control into different types and ... More
Presented by YuWen HUNG, Shih-Chieh HSU on 27/5/2015 at 15:00
Type: Research-in-Progress Paper Session: Poster Session
Track: 14 - Adoption and Diffusion
Post-adoption system use is an important factor for realization of the full benefits of information systems. It is thus important to understand users’ innovation with IT. This research attempts to explain how an IT end user’s “moving against people” personality influences innovation in system use in the work system context. Dark side of personality traits research remains understudied and ... More
Presented by Lianlian JIANG on 27/5/2015 at 15:00
Type: Research-in-Progress Paper Session: Poster Session
Track: 02 - Big Data
Data journalism includes three dimensions and requires three different types of journalism skills: computer assisted reporting, news applications development and data visualization. Computer assisted reporting represents an expertise in obtaining, analyzing and finding newsworthy angles in data. News reporters with this skill are able to discover interesting and relevant findings by analyzing data ... More
on 27/5/2015 at 15:00
Type: Research-in-Progress Paper Session: Poster Session
Track: 02 - Big Data
Industry 4.0 stands for the 4th Industrial revolution and the new paradigm of autonomous and de¬centralized control in production. Products and production systems are enhanced to Cyber Physical Systems which have the capability to communicate with each other, to build ad-hoc networks and for self-control and self-optimization. From the IT-perspective this involves a new level of networking, data ... More
Presented by Philipp GÖLZER, Patrick CATO on 27/5/2015 at 15:00
Type: Research-in-Progress Paper Session: Poster Session
Track: 16 - Methods, Tools and Human Factors in IS/IT Management
Project Portfolio Management (PPM) has emerged as an effective technique to manoeuvre and align projects and programs with business strategy. Strategic alignment empowers the Information Systems (IS) function and Information Technology (IT) enabled initiatives to support business development. To this end, organisations are using more IS projects and programs to enable them to compete. The literatu ... More
Presented by Jenny YANG on 27/5/2015 at 15:00
Type: Research-in-Progress Paper Session: Poster Session
Track: 20 - Human-centred Information Systems
Attitudes are one of the three most-frequently studied independent variables to explain user behavior. However, although psychological literature distinguishes between explicit and implicit attitudes, most of the investigations in the research stream of IS acceptance and usage have a pure focus on explicit attitudes and do not consider implicit attitudes. Explicit and implicit attitudes can be con ... More
Presented by Sven LAUMER, Christian MAIER on 27/5/2015 at 15:00
Type: Research-in-Progress Paper Session: Poster Session
Track: 20 - Human-centred Information Systems
HCI research has acknowledged the importance of aesthetics for user interfaces by examining its ef-fects on users’ attitudes and reactions. However, evidence for effects on task performance is mixed. By manipulating chat background colour in a within-subjects design, this study investigates the effects of a less attractive vs. attractive chat interface in a collaborative setting. Participants pe ... More
Presented by Vicky CURTIS, Maria DOUNEVA, Meinald THIELSCH on 27/5/2015 at 15:00
Type: Research-in-Progress Paper Session: Poster Session
Track: 23 - Openness and IT
Over the last decades, the interest in open data has increased dramatically in line with the improvements of information and communication technologies. Attention of institutions and private organizations focused on the value of the public sector information. Scholars and practitioners state that open data might have a huge impact in terms of efficiency within the public sector, social and economi ... More
Presented by Diego PONTE on 27/5/2015 at 15:00
Type: Research-in-Progress Paper Session: Poster Session
Track: 17 - Service Innovation, Engineering and Management
Technology in the learning process is a key success factor for innovative learning services such as massive open online courses (MOOCs). Prerequisite for the success of both service provider and recipient is the faithful appropriation of the provided learning methods in technology-mediated learning services (TMLS). However, information systems research lacks insights how to systematically support ... More
Presented by Andreas JANSON on 27/5/2015 at 15:00
Type: Research-in-Progress Paper Session: Poster Session
Track: 30 - IS Strategy and Governance
Enterprise architecture (EA) provides a blueprint of an organisation’s current and desirable future IT infrastructure, systems, data, processes and capabilities, together with a roadmap for achieving the desirable future state. Despite significant interest and investment in EA, organisations still have diffi-culty articulating the business benefits of EA. In this research in progress paper we co ... More
Presented by Graeme SHANKS, Keith FRAMPTON on 27/5/2015 at 15:00
Type: Research-in-Progress Paper Session: Poster Session
Track: 16 - Methods, Tools and Human Factors in IS/IT Management
Virtual teams play an increasingly important role in the modern economy, and many organizations struggle to overcome the weaknesses inherent in technology-mediated work. Identity communication has been shown to greatly improve individual- and group-level outcomes in offline settings, but these benefits have not been investigated in the context of virtual teams, where mediated interaction can affec ... More
Presented by Susan BROWN on 27/5/2015 at 15:00
Type: Research-in-Progress Paper Session: Poster Session
Track: 13 - Sociotechnical Approaches to Organizational Learning and Change
Despite huge global spend on IS/IT, empirical evidence shows many of these investments do not deliver expected benefits. Benefits are realized when organizations attend to contextual factors surrounding the implementation of IT and not just its technical implementation. Culture, as a contextual factor, has been shown to have a strong influence on the way IS/IT is adopted, used and exploited. We dr ... More
Presented by Crispin COOMBS, Kayode ODUSANYA on 27/5/2015 at 15:00
Type: Research-in-Progress Paper Session: Poster Session
Track: 26 - Digitization in the Public Sector
Transparency is a well-articulated requirement in policy and project development processes. To the present time, we mostly see approaches documenting the workflow or the results of these processes, but lack a representation of the discourse which produced the results. However, the arguments which have been put forward in the development of a policy document the reasoning for the details of the pol ... More
Presented by Mathias RIECHERT on 27/5/2015 at 15:00
Type: Research-in-Progress Paper Session: Poster Session
Track: 23 - Openness and IT
The objective of this study is to investigate gamification as an architecture of participation in an online innovation community. Gamification is a phenomenon that aims to motivate people through the use of game elements and dynamics in non-game contexts. An architecture of participation (AoP) can be understood as any system that helps transform individual activities into communal resources. The r ... More
Presented by Steffen HOFFERBERT, Patrick FINNEGAN on 27/5/2015 at 15:00
Type: Research-in-Progress Paper Session: Poster Session
Track: 26 - Digitization in the Public Sector
In the context of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) for development (ICT4D), the capabilities approach raises questions about the best way to generate human development outcomes through the government’s implementation of ICT, responding to specific demands of the people. The capability approach relates development to the improvement of life that people lead and the freedoms they enj ... More
Presented by Gabriela VIALE PEREIRA on 27/5/2015 at 15:00
Type: Research-in-Progress Paper Session: Poster Session
Track: 11 - Enterprise Systems Crossing Organizational Boundaries
In recent years, a growing number of B2B e-businesses are adopting inter-organizational information systems (IOS). IOS enable and facilitate sharing of IT resources and capabilities between two or more organizations. Scholars also agree that information technology (IT) recourses and capabilities are critical for delivering business value of IT. Although, extant literature has mainly focused on the ... More
on 27/5/2015 at 15:00
Type: Research-in-Progress Paper Session: Poster Session
Track: 07 - Social Media Research Analytics
An increasing number of organizations have installed enterprise social media (ESM) platforms to allow employees to collaborate, work independently, and to innovate more easily. While research has started to explain how such technologies can lead to improved collaboration and productivity, their role in assisting employees in innovation processes remains unclear. In our research-in-progress we exam ... More
Presented by Joanne PATRONI, Jan RECKER on 27/5/2015 at 15:00
Type: Research-in-Progress Paper Session: Poster Session
Track: 03 - Decision Support
We present ongoing work on a model-driven decision support system (DSS) that is aimed at providing guidance on reflecting and adjusting judgmental forecasts. We consider judgmental forecasts of cash flows generated by local experts in numerous subsidiaries of an international corporation. Forecasts are generated in a decentralized, non-standardized fashion, and corporate managers and controllers t ... More
Presented by Sebastian M. BLANC on 27/5/2015 at 15:00
Type: Research-in-Progress Paper Session: Poster Session
Track: 02 - Big Data
The paper positions Big Data as a challenge of information integration into existing analytical infrastructures. The presented arguments have been derived by means of a case study. The case is selected from the domain of insurance industry that intends to leverage the potential of Big Data for the purpose of increased customer orientation. Particularly the application of advanced analytics on a br ... More
Presented by Sebastian OLBRICH, Katja TIEFENBACHER on 27/5/2015 at 15:00
Type: Research-in-Progress Paper Session: Poster Session
Track: 04 - Business Analytics and Knowledge Management
In recent years, social media has entered enterprises as a tool for internal communication, collaboration, and knowledge management. However, it has been reported that knowledge contribution rates are low which raises questions on the reasons for it and how to improve the situation. To address these questions, we take a deep look into the individual knowledge contribution process using an integrat ... More
Presented by Tobias Hans ENGLER on 27/5/2015 at 15:00
Type: Research-in-Progress Paper Session: Poster Session
Track: 01 - The Networked Society
The frequencies of collective behavior are getting higher in virtual communities. Most studies regard-ing collective behavior on Internet focuses on investigating the behavior per se, and few are addressing the contributing factors and the moderating effects of the community platforms. Even if a swarm of people gathering and interacting on virtual communities, they are just one single person sitti ... More
Presented by Sheng-cheng LIN on 27/5/2015 at 15:00
Type: Research-in-Progress Paper Session: Poster Session
Track: 12 - Enterprise Transformation – Purposeful design or organic emergence?
Enterprise architecture (EA) is a description of an enterprise from an integrated business and IT perspective intended to improve business and IT alignment. EA literature describes many detailed EA methodologies, artifacts and frameworks to organize them. However, establishing EA practice still remains a challenging endeavor with a low success rate. On the other hand, this is not surprising since ... More
Presented by Mohini SINGH on 27/5/2015 at 15:00
Type: Prototype Session: Poster Session
Track: 15 - Information System Development
A rigorous and systematic search that uncovers relevant literature is a crucial part of any research project. However, finding literature in the information systems (IS) field is a complex, time-consuming and error-prone task. Due to the interdisciplinary nature of the IS field, research contributions are published in a wide variety of outlets (i.e., journals and conference proceedings) from a div ... More
Presented by Benjamin STURM, Ali SUNYAEV on 27/5/2015 at 15:00
Type: Research-in-Progress Paper Session: Poster Session
Track: 23 - Openness and IT
The remarkable growth of crowdfunding has sparked academic interest. By collecting small contributions from a large number of individuals, entrepreneurs, artists and other individuals and organizations can raise considerable amounts of money. Despite the increasing academic interest in this topic, there still appears to be a lack of understanding regarding the factors that determine individuals’ ... More
Presented by Michael GIERCZAK on 27/5/2015 at 15:00
Type: Research-in-Progress Paper Session: Poster Session
Track: 31 - Security and Privacy of Information and IS
This research-in-progress paper reports on a project that seeks to develop a new process perspective on incentive mechanisms in cybercrime prevention networks. Adopting such a view is of great importance given the continuous innovations in cybercrime that makes fighting it a constant endeavour, involving actors from multiple networks. To this end, we zoom in on specific prevention encounters occur ... More
Presented by Laila DAHABIYEH on 27/5/2015 at 15:00
Type: Research-in-Progress Paper Session: Poster Session
Track: 07 - Social Media Research Analytics
Crowdsourcing refers to the use of technologies to gather the collective effort and wisdom from an undefined group of online users for organizational innovation and/or problem solving. A critical chal-lenge for crowdsourcing users and providers is to engage online participants to make sustained con-tributions. This research in progress paper proposes a behavioural perspective on the definition and ... More
on 27/5/2015 at 15:00
Type: Research-in-Progress Paper Session: Poster Session
Track: 23 - Openness and IT
The conjecture that all innovations are radical new ideas is flawed. In fact, for the most part in-novations are recombinations of existing concepts, that is, so-called ‘remixes’. However, creators, inventors, artists, and companies are usually reluctant to disclose their sources of inspiration for fear of possible copyright infringements. As a consequence, it has traditionally been al-most im ... More
Presented by Marco WIRTH, Christoph Michael FLATH, Frédéric THIESSE on 27/5/2015 at 15:00
Type: Research-in-Progress Paper Session: Poster Session
Track: 17 - Service Innovation, Engineering and Management
Product developing organizations rapidly increase their investments in digital platforms to capture value from external ecosystems. This enforces a shift in attention from up-front development of end-user functions to generic resources, providing design capability in those ecosystems. However, to cultivate a prosperous ecosystem around its platform firms also need to invest in building an initial ... More
Presented by Amir MOHAGHEGHZADEH on 27/5/2015 at 15:00
Type: Prototype Session: Poster Session
Track: 22 - Digital Health Initiatives
The chronic use of multiple medicinal drugs is growing, partly because individual patients’ drugs have not been adequately prescribed by primary care physicians. In order to reduce these polypharmacy problems, the Systematic Tool to Reduce Inappropriate Prescribing (STRIP) has been created. To facilitate physicians’ use of the STRIP method, the STRIP Assistant (STRIPA) has been developed. STRI ... More
Presented by Michiel MEULENDIJK on 27/5/2015 at 15:00
Type: Research-in-Progress Paper Session: Poster Session
Track: 08 - Economics and Value of IS
We empirically investigate how hosts on Airbnb, a popular peer-to-peer website for fee-based sharing of under-utilized space, adjust their prices once their offering gets a visible star rating for the first time. We use data for over 14,000 offerings from Airbnb which we collected for New York City. Our findings indicate that hosts whose offerings achieve star rating visibility significantly incre ... More
Presented by Dominik GUTT on 27/5/2015 at 15:00
Type: Research-in-Progress Paper Session: Poster Session
Track: 14 - Adoption and Diffusion
Crowdfunding (CF) is gaining much attention in theory and practice. Various platforms have emerged, offering the possibility to raise money from an undefined group of online users. Despite the growing interest, there appears to be little understanding of what influences backers funding behavior as well as their intention to return to a CF-platform. Due to the analogies of e-commerce and reward- ba ... More
Presented by Michael GIERCZAK on 27/5/2015 at 15:00
Type: Research-in-Progress Paper Session: Poster Session
Track: 21 - Sustainably Digital
In order to adopt sustainable practices and strategies, organizations and individuals need to understand the environmental impact of their behavior and the knowledge about successful re-source conservation strategies. Information Systems research and real-time feedback systems in particular can help to bridge this "environmental literacy gap”. In previous work, we presented an IS artifact that p ... More
Presented by Verena TIEFENBECK on 27/5/2015 at 15:00
Type: Research-in-Progress Paper Session: Poster Session
Track: 22 - Digital Health Initiatives
This paper explores the suitability of online social media (OSM) as a means of influencing the public’s decision-making process regarding vaccinations, specifically a vaccination to protect girls against HPV, a virus associated with cervical cancer. Using the Health Belief Model (HBM), we carry out an experimental study of the influence of cues to action, and of other’s opinions, via OSM, on t ... More
Presented by David LANGLEY on 27/5/2015 at 15:00
Type: Research-in-Progress Paper Session: Poster Session
Track: 21 - Sustainably Digital
To meet future mobility challenges, major original equipment manufacturers (OEM) are pushing forward various technical solutions. The electric drive is considered to be a particularly promising approach. Yet, the required battery technology brings new limitations: Besides long charging times and high costs, very limited range is seen as a major disadvantage. While most OEMs focus on charging the b ... More
Presented by David DAUER, Christoph Michael FLATH on 27/5/2015 at 15:00
Type: Prototype Session: Poster Session
Track: 06 - Cloud Computing Services
Standards impact interoperability, portability, and security of products or services. Standards con- tribute to open and flexible systems that, in turn, are a catalyst for the uptake of new technologies. The assessment of standards in disruptive innovation is, however, challenged by uncertainty over markets, technology evolution, and organizational change. The dynamics of technology progression, f ... More
Presented by Christian JANIESCH on 27/5/2015 at 15:00
Type: Research-in-Progress Paper Session: Poster Session
Track: 16 - Methods, Tools and Human Factors in IS/IT Management
As globalization increases, globally distributed projects have become more common and while organizations achieve a number of advantages in utilizing offshore labor, conducting such projects is not without risk as project failures are common. It has been identified that a majority of project failures are caused by a failure in communication. We investigate the cross-cultural communication process ... More
Type: Research-in-Progress Paper Session: Poster Session
Track: 21 - Sustainably Digital
It has been argued that information systems have the potential to support the pursuit of becoming more environmentally sustainable. The majority of studies in green IS has been focused on investigating the organizational level. Accordingly, the proportion of studies pertaining to green IS used by individuals in comparison has been neglected and only recently garnered more interest in research. Thu ... More
Presented by An BUI, Daniel VEIT on 27/5/2015 at 15:00
Type: Research-in-Progress Paper Session: Poster Session
Track: 04 - Business Analytics and Knowledge Management
In consumer and information systems research, it remains unclear how consumers consider smartphone app recommendations in the course of their decision making process that leads to product choices in the physical store. Moreover, it is unclear which type of information smartphone apps should transport to consumers and if there are any customer segmentation criteria for smartphone app design. With r ... More
Presented by Sandro SCHOPFER on 27/5/2015 at 15:00
Type: Research-in-Progress Paper Session: Poster Session
Track: 13 - Sociotechnical Approaches to Organizational Learning and Change
Many technological developments of the past two decades come with the promise of greater IT flexi-bility, i.e. greater capacity to adapt IT. These technologies are increasingly used to improve organiza-tional routines that are not affected by large, hard-to-change IT such as ERP. Yet, most findings on the interaction of routines and IT stem from contexts where IT is hard to change. Our research ex ... More
Presented by Jens DIBBERN, Tim LEHRIG, Oliver KRANCHER on 27/5/2015 at 15:00
Type: Research-in-Progress Paper Session: Poster Session
Track: 08 - Economics and Value of IS
In the age of multi-channel advertisements, it is imperative for businesses to understand how advertisements are perceived by the consumer. While several studies in marketing and information systems have studied ad design, ad effectiveness, and potential outcomes like satisfaction and sales, few have studied the effect of advertisements on a dyadic level. In this study, we point out that ads are r ... More
Presented by Tianhui TAN, Prasanta BHATTACHARYA on 27/5/2015 at 15:00
Type: Research-in-Progress Paper Session: Poster Session
Track: 05 - Business Process Management
In todays digitized and globalized economy, many industries simultaneously face increasing competi-tive pressures and unprecedented speed of change in business conditions. As IT budgets are limited, process owners and IT departments need to decide how to divide their spending on efficiency-enhancing and flexibility-enhancing IT capabilities to optimally support the execution of business pro-cesses ... More
Presented by Carl HECKMANN on 27/5/2015 at 15:00
Type: Research-in-Progress Paper Session: Poster Session
Track: 14 - Adoption and Diffusion
Organisations continue to invest substantially in enterprise systems with the planned expectations that employees will utilise these technologies to enhance organisational competitive advantages in a progressive global marketplace. However, researchers have found that the functional potential of many of these systems are underutilised and rarely infused into individuals’ work practices. Much of ... More
Presented by Farkhondeh HASSANDOUST on 27/5/2015 at 15:00
Type: Research-in-Progress Paper Session: Poster Session
Track: 31 - Security and Privacy of Information and IS
A deficiency exists in the Information Systems Security literature because of the paucity of research aimed at understanding the mind of the ‘insider criminal’. Much of the academic and popular press focuses on external breaches but the greatest danger to an organisation lurks within. Whatever the motivation, the ‘trusted agent’ inside the organisation has the potential to do more damage t ... More
Presented by Sean BROWNE on 27/5/2015 at 15:00
Type: Research-in-Progress Paper Session: Poster Session
Track: 18 - Business Models
The “Lean Start-up” Methodology challenges preconceived notions of business model rigidity which have been associated with establishing “brick and mortar” firms, enabling entrepreneurs to adopt a prototyping approach to business model development. This research in progress paper explores the challenges inherent in developing the business model for a social media app; “HuddleMe” through ... More
Presented by Bradley KALGOVAS on 27/5/2015 at 15:00
Type: Research-in-Progress Paper Session: Poster Session
Track: 20 - Human-centred Information Systems
IT devices connected to Internet, such as computers, tablets and smartphones, are commonly used in organizations. At the same time, organizational employees increasingly perform non-work related activities at work by using the IT resources, which is defined as personal Internet use (PIU) in workplace. Multiple models have been developed by previous studies to investigate why employees perform PIU. ... More
Presented by Hemin JIANG on 27/5/2015 at 15:00
Type: Research-in-Progress Paper Session: Poster Session
Track: 17 - Service Innovation, Engineering and Management
Due to increasing numbers of students at German universities large-scale learning services are still a common default. These learning services lack interaction as well as feedback to assess learners’ knowledge on the cognitive levels of educational objectives. This situation is alarming, since interaction and feedback in order to assess the own learning progress are important factors for individ ... More
Presented by Katja LEHMANN, Jan Marco LEIMEISTER on 27/5/2015 at 15:00
Type: Research-in-Progress Paper Session: Poster Session
Track: 14 - Adoption and Diffusion
The search for strategies to mitigate undesirable economic, ecological, and social effects of harmful resource consumption has become an important, socially relevant topic. An obvious starting point for businesses that wish to make value creation more sustainable is to increase the utilization rates of existing resources. Modern social Internet technology is an effective means by which to achieve ... More
Presented by Martin MATZNER, Friedrich CHASIN, Lydia TODENHÖFER on 27/5/2015 at 15:00
Type: Research-in-Progress Paper Session: Poster Session
Track: 19 - Advancing Theories and Theorizing in IS Research
This paper presents a research design to develop a general theory of agile project management to describe and explain the effects of adopting agile methodologies in a comprehensive and integrative way. The theory is to contain the key constructs and their relations responsible for the effects and success of agile methodologies in current practice. This theory’s scope is grander than existing the ... More
Presented by Andreas DRECHSLER, Frederik AHLEMANN on 27/5/2015 at 15:00
Type: Research-in-Progress Paper Session: Poster Session
Track: 22 - Digital Health Initiatives
Early detection and tailored treatment of job strain is important because it negatively affects the health condition of employees, the performance of organizations, and the overall costs of the health care system likewise. Although there exist several self-report instruments for measuring job strain, one major limitation is the low frequency of measurements and, related to it, high-effort and high ... More
Presented by Flavius KEHR on 27/5/2015 at 15:00
Type: Research-in-Progress Paper Session: Poster Session
Track: 14 - Adoption and Diffusion
Smartphones are the most personal devices. The kind of apps we install are therefore closely linked to our habits and personality. In this research-in-progress paper, we aim to provide two key contributions. First, we aim to advance the body of knowledge in technology adoption research by explaining adoption of specific mobile apps by using the Big Five personality traits. Second, we provide a sca ... More
Presented by Remo Manuel FREY, Alexander ILIC on 27/5/2015 at 15:00
Type: Research-in-Progress Paper Session: Poster Session
Track: 14 - Adoption and Diffusion
Drawing on the theory of consumption value, this research-in-progress strives to provide a theoretical explanation of payment technology use by investigating the relationship between consumers’ perceptions of different consumption values associated with a certain payment technology and their choice to use the technology. We conducted the study in the context of Denmark, a Northern European count ... More
Presented by Xiao XIAO, Jonas HEDMAN on 27/5/2015 at 15:00
Type: Research-in-Progress Paper Session: Poster Session
Track: 26 - Digitization in the Public Sector
In recent years, we have seen an ever increasing push for new public e-services. Such e-services must be useful and beneficial for governments but also for citizens. In order to develop e-services that are effective, efficient and satisfactory for the citizens, the citizens have to be kept in focus and be involved in the development process. However, municipalities face pressure to develop a wide ... More
Presented by Jesper HOLGERSSON on 27/5/2015 at 15:00
Type: Research-in-Progress Paper Session: Poster Session
Track: 03 - Decision Support
The influence of emotions on decision making is widely accepted, however, research investigat-ing emotions within decision support systems is scarce. Previous research showed that via emo-tion regulation decision makers can significantly improve their decisions. However, a sound perception of emotions is a foundation for beneficial emotion regulation. In this paper, we pro-pose the use of live bio ... More
Presented by Ewa LUX, Marc ADAM, Jella PFEIFFER, Florian HAWLITSCHEK on 27/5/2015 at 15:00
Type: Research-in-Progress Paper Session: Poster Session
Track: 16 - Methods, Tools and Human Factors in IS/IT Management
Invalid measurement of constructs in survey research often remains undetected and can lead to false conclusions. An important determinant of a construct’s measurement validity is how it is modeled. A construct can often be modeled in different ways, such as the sum of its parts or the cause of its effects. Since each of these models is associated with a unique set of errors, the common practice ... More
Presented by Sander Paul ZWANENBURG on 27/5/2015 at 15:00
Type: Research-in-Progress Paper Session: Poster Session
Track: 22 - Digital Health Initiatives
Healthcare workers continue to operate in challenging environments when assessing and treating patients in low and middle-income countries (LMIC). These difficulties are exacerbated when it comes to the assessment of infant vital signs e.g. pulse, blood pressures. As part of the EU funded Supporting LIFE project, our aim is to develop a Mobile Health (mHealth) Android application with Wearable Vit ... More
Presented by Yvonne O'CONNOR on 27/5/2015 at 15:00
Type: Research-in-Progress Paper Session: Poster Session
Track: 17 - Service Innovation, Engineering and Management
The diffusion of electric mobility suffers from an immature and expensive battery technology. Reusing electric vehicle batteries (EVBs) is a prospective opportunity for lowering the total costs of ownership of electric vehicles and using scarce natural resources more efficiently. However, to determine how to reuse a battery is a complex decision problem. In this study we set out to develop a desig ... More
Presented by Sebastian BRÄUER, Daniel BEVERUNGEN, Benjamin KLÖR, Markus MONHOF on 27/5/2015 at 15:00
Type: Research-in-Progress Paper Session: Poster Session
Track: 20 - Human-centred Information Systems
Life is becoming increasingly stressful in many aspects, e.g., due to technology-induced stress and stress in organizational context. The assessment of stress experienced by individuals enables stress management and prevention with the long-term aim to avoid psychological and physiological harm from excessive stress. Commonly this assessment is performed through questionnaires on perceived stress ... More
Presented by Christian REGAL, Marco SCHMIDT on 27/5/2015 at 15:00
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