Conference Schedule

Date

Time

Activity

26th (Wed)

7:00-9:00 pm

Conference Reception; Registration

[Venue : MDC IIMB]

27th (Thu)

8:00 am -

Registration

8:30-9:00

Welcome Address: Dean, IIMB and Conference Team

[Session Chair: Prof. Rahul De; Venue: Auditorium]

09:00-10:00

Academic Keynote Address - Professor Geoff Walsham, Emeritus, Judge Institute, Cambridge University

[Session Chair: Prof. Dave Wastell; Venue: Auditorium]

10:00-10:30

Coffee/Tea/Networking

10:30-12:00

Session 1:

Track 1: IS Success and Failure I

[Session Chair: Dr. Shankar Venkatagiri; Venue: Auditorium]
- Deborah Bunker, Linda Levine and C Woody: Repertoires of Collaboration for Disaster Management: Negotiating Emergent and Dynamic Systems Success

- Elayne Coakes, A.D. Amar and Maria L. Granados: Success or Failure in Knowledge Management Systems: A Universal Issue
- Jan Devos, Hendrik Van Landeghem and Dirk Deschoolmeester: Narratives of an Outsourced Information Systems Failure in a Small Enterprise

Track 2: Software Development

[Session Chair: Dr. Amany Elbanna; Venue: C. Pergola]

- Richard Baskerville and Jan Pries-Heje: Discursive Co-Development of Agile Systems and Agile Methods

- Rosa Michaelson: “Is Agile the answer?” the case of UK Universal Credit

- John S. Persson: The Cross-Cultural Knowledge Sharing Challenge: An Investigation of the Collocation Strategy in Software Development Offshoring

12:00-12:30

Coffee/Tea/Networking

12:30-1:30

Session 2:

Track 1:Short Papers

[Session Chair: Dr. Ravishankar Mayasandra-Nagaraja; Venue: Auditorium]

- Paul Ambrose and David Munro: Why Not Let IT Fail? The IT Project Success Paradox

- Darshan Desai : Social Software: Silver Bullet or an Enabler of Competitive Advantage?

- Igor Hawryszkiewycz: A System of Systems approach to managing emergence in complex environments

Track 2: Short Papers

[Session Chair: Dr. Laurence Brooks; Venue: C. Pergola]

- Tiko Iyamu, Tefo Sekgweleo and Sharol Sibongile Mkhomazi : Actor Network Theory In Interpretative Research Approach

- Marya Wani, Vishnupriya Raghavan, Dolphy Abraham and Madhumita Majumder : Quality Improvement for Ensuring e-Retailing Success in India: Constructs and Frameworks

- Rajeev Mukundan and Sam Thomas: Indian IT Industry firms: Moving towards an Active Innovation Strategy

1:30-2:30

Lunch [Venue: MDC]

2:30-4:00

Session 3:

Track 1: IS Success and Failure II

[Session Chair: Dr. Deb Bunker; Venue: Auditorium]

- Marijn Janssen, Anne Fleur Van Veenstra and Haiko Van der Voort : Management of large transformation projects : factors affecting user adoption

- Anastasia Papazafeiropoulou, Georgios Gerostergioudis, Hsin Chen and Laurence Brooks: Green IT logistics in a Greek retailer: Grand Successes and minor failures

- Teresa Waring, Martin Alexander and Rebecca Casey: Bringing about Innovative Change: The case of a Patient Flow Management System in an NHS Trust

Track 2: Studies of IT Adoption I

[Session Chair: Dr. Yogesh K. Dwivedi; Venue: C. Pergola]

- Marcel Landeweerd, Ton Spil and Rich Klein: The success of Google Search, the failure of Google Health and the future of Google Plus

- Kawal Kapoor, Yogesh Dwivedi and Michael Williams: Role of Innovation Attributes in Explaining the Adoption Intention for the Interbank Mobile Payment Service in an Indian context

- Nikhil Srinivasan and Jan Damsgaard: Tensions between Individual Use and Network Adoption of Social media platforms

4:00-4:30

Coffee/Tea/Networking

4:30-6:00

Session 4:

Track 1: IS Success and Failure III

[Session Chair: Dr. Dolphy Abraham; Venue: Auditorium]

- Amany Elbanna and Henrik C J Linderoth: Tracing success in the Voluntary Use of Open Technology

- Laxmi Gunupudi and Rahul De’: Market Separations Perspective of Agricultural Markets and Successful AMIS: Beyond Technical Rationality

- Ann Seror: Designing Sustainable Open Source Systems: The Cuban National Health Care Network and Portal (INFOMED)

Track 2: Studies of IT Adoption II

[Session Chair: Dr. Yogesh K. Dwivedi; Venue: C. Pergola]

- Sam Thomas and Bhasi Marath: An Integrative Model Linking Risk, Risk Management and Project Performance: Support from Indian Software Projects

- Mohamamd Hossain and Mohammed Quaddus: Does mandatory pressure increases RFID adoption? A case study of Western Australian livestock industry

- Nripendra Rana, Yogesh Dwivedi and Michael Williams: Examining the Factors Affecting Intention to Use of, and User Satisfaction with Online Public Grievance Redressal System (OPGRS) in India

6:00-7:00

IFIP WG 8.6 Business Meeting

28th (Fri)

9:00-10:00

Academic Keynote AddressKarlheinz Kautz: Sociomateriality and Information Systems Success and Failure

[Session Chair: Prof. Richard Baskerville; Venue: Auditorium]

10:00-10:30

Coffee/Tea/Networking / Poster I: Anand Jeyaraj

10:30-12:20

Session 5:

Track 1: IT in the Public Sector

[Session Chair: Dr. Rajendra K. Bandi; Venue: Auditorium]

- Jyoti Bhat: Legitimation of E-government Initiatives: A Study of India’s Identity Project

- Laurence Brooks and M. Shahanoor Alam: Designing an Information System for Updating Land Records in Bangladesh: Action Design Ethnographic Research (ADER)

- Akhlaque Haque and Kamna Mantode: Governance in the Technology Era:

Implications of Actor Network Theory in Social Empowerment in South Asia

- JD. Mahadeo [Short Paper]: Predictors of E-Government Adoption in Mauritius: An extended version of the Technology Adoption Model (TAM)

Track 2: Theory and Methods I

[Session Chair: Prof. David Wainwright; Venue: C. Pergola]

- Gangadharan G.R., Norien Kuiper, Marijn Janssen and Paul Oude Luttighuis: IT Innovation Squeeze: Propositions and a Methodology for Deciding to Continue or Decommission Legacy Systems

- Tor J Larsen and Linda Levine: Learning from Failure: Myths and Misguided Assumptions About IS Disciplinary Knowledge

- Sabine Madsen, Keld Bødker and Thomas Tøth: From Research to Practical Application: Knowledge Transfer Planning and Execution in Outsourcing

- Subhasish Dasgupta and Babita Gupta [Short Paper]: Organisation Culture Dimensions as Antecedents of Internet Technology Adoption

12:20-12:30

Break

12:30 -1:30

INDUSTRY PANEL

[Session Chair: Prof. Sourav Mukherji; Venue: Auditorium]

1:30-2:30

Lunch [Venue: MDC]

2:30-4:00

Session 6:

Track 1: IT in the Public Sector

[Session Chair: Dr. Anand Jeyaraj; Venue: Auditorium]

- Ranjini CR [Short Paper] : Participatory Approach versus Bureaucratic ‘Pressure’: The Case of Health Information Systems Programme

- Zhenbin Yang and Atreyi Kankanhalli [Short Paper] : Innovation in Government Services: The Case of Open Data

- Lewin Sivamalai [Short Paper] : Using the lens of “Social Shaping of Technology” to understand the design and implementation of Aadhaar (UID) Project

- Ruth McDonald, Sudeh Cheraghi-Sohi, Sara Bayes, Richard Morriss and Joe Kai [Full Paper]: Grand success or partial failure? Changing institutional logics and information technology in English Primary Medical Care

Track 2: IT in the Public Sector

[Session Chair: Prof. Dave Wastell; Venue: C. Pergola]

- Briony Oates, David Wainwright and Helen Edwards [Short Papers] : Endless Bad Projects or Evidence-Based Practice? An agenda for action

- Md. Jahangir Alam Zahid, Md. Mahfuz Ashraf, Bushra Tahseen Malik, Rakibul Hoque [Short Papers] : Information Communication Technology (ICT) for disabled persons in Bangladesh: preliminary study of impact/outcome

- Ahmed Imran, Shirley Gregor and Tim Turner [Short Papers] : Curriculum Design and Delivery for E-government Knowledge Transfer in a Cross Cultural Environment: The Bangladesh Experience

- Michel Thomsen and Maria Åkesson [Full Paper]: Understanding ISD And Innovation Through The Lens Of Fragmentation

4:00-4:30

Coffee/Tea/Networking / Poster III: Anuragini Shirish, Shalini Chandra and Shirish C. Srivastava

4:30-6:00

Session 7:

Track 1: IT in the Public Sector

[Session Chair: Dr. Shirish C. Srivastava; Venue: Auditorium]

- Vincent Homburg and Andres Dijkshoorn: Persuasive pressures in the adoption of E-government

- Vyakaranam Kameswari: Information as “commons”: Applying design principles to ICTD projects

- Satish Krishnan, Thompson Teo, Lim J: E-Participation and E-Government Maturity: A Global Perspective

Track 2: Theory and Methods II

[Session Chair: Prof. Babita Gupta; Venue: C. Pergola]

- Ravi Rao and Rahul De’: Organizational assimilation of technology in a sunrise industry – A story of successes and failures

- Sharol Mkhomazi and Tiko Iyamu: A Guide to Selecting Theory to underpin Information Systems studies

- Gautam Sarkar: Business Model change in the Indian Cable Industry

29th (Sat)

9:00-9:30

Opening Plenary by Prof. H Raghav Rao – ISF Editor

[Session Chair: Prof. Michael Myers; Venue: Auditorium]

9:30-10:30

Session 8 :

[Session Chair: Prof.H. Raghav Rao; Venue: Auditorium]

- David Wastell : In praise of abundance: why individuals matter in Design Science

- Ranjan Vaidya, Michael Myers and Lesley Gardner: Major Issues in the successful implementation of information systems in developing countries

10:30-11:00

Coffee/Tea/Networking

11:00-12:00

Session 9: Academic Panel

[Session Co-Chairs: Prof. Dave Wastell and Dr Yogesh K. Dwivedi; Venue: Auditorium]

12:00-1:00

Industry Keynote: Nandan M. Nilekani, Chairman of the Unique Identification Authority of India

[Session Co-Chairs: Prof. Rahul De and Prof. Dave Wastell; Venue: Auditorium]

1:00-1:15

Session 11: Closing Note

[Venue: Auditorium]

1:15-2:30

Lunch [Venue: MDC]

The details of the Academic panel can be found here

Date

Time

Activity

26th (Wed)

7:00-9:00 pm

Conference Reception; Registration [Venue : MDC IIMB]

27th (Thu)

8:00 am -

Registration

8:30-9:00

Welcome Address: Dean, IIMB and Conference Team [Venue: Auditorium]

09:00-10:00

Academic Keynote Address - Professor Geoff Walsham, Emeritus, Judge Institute, Cambridge University [Venue: Auditorium]

10:00-10:30

Coffee/Tea/Networking

10:30-12:00

Session 1:

Track 1: IS Success and Failure I [Venue: Auditorium]
- Deborah Bunker, Linda Levine and C Woody: Repertoires of Collaboration for Disaster Management: Negotiating Emergent and Dynamic Systems Success

- Elayne Coakes, A.D. Amar and Maria L. Granados: Success or Failure in Knowledge Management Systems: A Universal Issue
- Jan Devos, Hendrik Van Landeghem and Dirk Deschoolmeester: Narratives of an Outsourced Information Systems Failure in a Small Enterprise

Track 2: Software Development [Venue: C. Pergola]

- Richard Baskerville and Jan Pries-Heje: Discursive Co-Development of Agile Systems and Agile Methods

- Rosa Michaelson: “Is Agile the answer?” the case of UK Universal Credit

- John S. Persson: The Cross-Cultural Knowledge Sharing Challenge: An Investigation of the Collocation Strategy in Software Development Offshoring

12:00-12:30

Coffee/Tea/Networking

12:30-1:30

Session 2:

Track 1:Short Papers [Venue: Auditorium]

- Paul Ambrose and David Munro: Why Not Let IT Fail? The IT Project Success Paradox

- Darshan Desai : Social Software: Silver Bullet or an Enabler of Competitive Advantage?

- Igor Hawryszkiewycz: A System of Systems approach to managing emergence in complex environments

Track 2: Short Papers [Venue: C. Pergola]

- Tiko Iyamu, Tefo Sekgweleo and Sharol Sibongile Mkhomazi : Actor Network Theory In Interpretative Research Approach

- Marya Wani, Vishnupriya Raghavan, Dolphy Abraham and Madhumita Majumder : Quality Improvement for Ensuring e-Retailing Success in India: Constructs and Frameworks

- Rajeev Mukundan and Sam Thomas: Indian IT Industry firms: Moving towards an Active Innovation Strategy

1:30-2:30

Lunch [Venue : MDC]

2:30-4:00

Session 3:

Track 1: IS Success and Failure II [Venue: Auditorium]

- Marijn Janssen, Anne Fleur Van Veenstra and Haiko Van der Voort : Management of large transformation projects : factors affecting user adoption

- Anastasia Papazafeiropoulou, Georgios Gerostergioudis, Hsin Chen and Laurence Brooks: Green IT logistics in a Greek retailer: Grand Successes and minor failures

- Teresa Waring, Martin Alexander and Rebecca Casey: Bringing about Innovative Change: The case of a Patient Flow Management System in an NHS Trust

Track 2: Studies of IT Adoption I [Venue: C. Pergola]

- Marcel Landeweerd, Ton Spil and Rich Klein: The success of Google Search, the failure of Google Health and the future of Google Plus

- Kawal Kapoor, Yogesh Dwivedi and Michael Williams: Role of Innovation Attributes in Explaining the Adoption Intention for the Interbank Mobile Payment Service in an Indian context

- Nikhil Srinivasan and Jan Damsgaard: Tensions between Individual Use and Network Adoption of Social media platforms

4:00-4:30

Coffee/Tea/Networking

4:30-6:00

Session 4:

Track 1: IS Success and Failure III [Venue: Auditorium]

- Amany Elbanna and Henrik C J Linderoth: Tracing success in the Voluntary Use of Open Technology

- Laxmi Gunupudi and Rahul De’: Market Separations Perspective of Agricultural Markets and Successful AMIS: Beyond Technical Rationality

- Ann Seror: Designing Sustainable Open Source Systems: The Cuban National Health Care Network and Portal (INFOMED)

Track 2: Studies of IT Adoption II [Venue: C. Pergola]

- Sam Thomas and Bhasi Marath: An Integrative Model Linking Risk, Risk Management and Project Performance: Support from Indian Software Projects

- Mohamamd Hossain and Mohammed Quaddus: Does mandatory pressure increases RFID adoption? A case study of Western Australian livestock industry

- Nripendra Rana, Yogesh Dwivedi and Michael Williams: Examining the Factors Affecting Intention to Use of, and User Satisfaction with Online Public Grievance Redressal System (OPGRS) in India

6:00-7:00

IFIP WG 8.6 Business Meeting

28th (Fri)

9:00-10:00

Academic Keynote AddressKarlheinz Kautz: Sociomateriality and Information Systems Success and Failure [Venue: Auditorium]

10:00-10:30

Coffee/Tea/Networking / Poster I: Anand Jeyaraj

10:30-12:20

Session 5:

Track 1: IT in the Public Sector [Venue: Auditorium]

- Jyoti Bhat: Legitimation of E-government Initiatives: A Study of India’s Identity Project

- Laurence Brooks and M. Shahanoor Alam: Designing an Information System for Updating Land Records in Bangladesh: Action Design Ethnographic Research (ADER)

- Akhlaque Haque and Kamna Mantode: Governance in the Technology Era:

Implications of Actor Network Theory in Social Empowerment in South Asia

- JD. Mahadeo: Predictors of E-Government Adoption in Mauritius: An extended version of the Technology Adoption Model (TAM)

Track 2: Theory and Methods I [Venue: C. Pergola]

- Gangadharan G.R., Norien Kuiper, Marijn Janssen and Paul Oude Luttighuis: IT Innovation Squeeze: Propositions and a Methodology for Deciding to Continue or Decommission Legacy Systems

- Tor J Larsen and Linda Levine: Learning from Failure: Myths and Misguided Assumptions About IS Disciplinary Knowledge

- Sabine Madsen, Keld Bødker and Thomas Tøth: From Research to Practical Application: Knowledge Transfer Planning and Execution in Outsourcing

- Subhasish Dasgupta and Babita Gupta: Organisation Culture Dimensions as Antecedents of Internet Technology Adoption

12:20-12:30

Coffee/Tea/Networking

12:30-1:30

Industry Keynote: Nandan M. Nilekani, Chairman of the Unique Identification Authority of India [Auditorium]

1:30-2:30

Lunch [Venue : MDC]

2:30-4:00

Session 6:

Track 1: IT in the Public Sector [Venue: Auditorium]

- Ranjini CR [Short Paper] : Participatory Approach versus Bureaucratic ‘Pressure’: The Case of Health Information Systems Programme

- Zhenbin Yang and Atreyi Kankanhalli [Short Paper] : Innovation in Government Services: The Case of Open Data

- Lewin Sivamalai [Short Paper] : Using the lens of “Social Shaping of Technology” to understand the design and implementation of Aadhaar (UID) Project

- Ruth McDonald, Sudeh Cheraghi-Sohi, Sara Bayes, Richard Morriss and Joe Kai [Full Paper]: Grand success or partial failure? Changing institutional logics and information technology in English Primary Medical Care

Track 2: IT in the Public Sector [Venue: C. Pergola]

- Briony Oates, David Wainwright and Helen Edwards [Short Papers] : Endless Bad Projects or Evidence-Based Practice? An agenda for action

- Md. Jahangir Alam Zahid, Md. Mahfuz Ashraf, Bushra Tahseen Malik, Rakibul Hoque [Short Papers] : Information Communication Technology (ICT) for disabled persons in Bangladesh: preliminary study of impact/outcome

- Ahmed Imran, Shirley Gregor and Tim Turner [Short Papers] : Curriculum Design and Delivery for E-government Knowledge Transfer in a Cross Cultural Environment: The Bangladesh Experience

- Michel Thomsen and Maria Åkesson [Full Paper]: Understanding ISD And Innovation Through The Lens Of Fragmentation

4:00-4:30

Coffee/Tea/Networking / Poster III: Anuragini Shirish, Shalini Chandra and Shirish C. Srivastava

4:30-6:00

Session 7:

Track 1: IT in the Public Sector [Venue: Auditorium]

- Vincent Homburg and Andres Dijkshoorn: Persuasive pressures in the adoption of E-government

- Vyakaranam Kameswari: Information as “commons”: Applying design principles to ICTD projects

- Satish Krishnan, Thompson Teo, Lim J: E-Participation and E-Government Maturity: A Global Perspective

Track 2: Theory and Methods II [Venue: C. Pergola]

- Ravi Rao and Rahul De’: Organizational assimilation of technology in a sunrise industry – A story of successes and failures

- Sharol Mkhomazi and Tiko Iyamu: A Guide to Selecting Theory to underpin Information Systems studies

- Daryoush Vaziri and Argang Ghadiri: Improving Human Cognitive Processing by Applying Accessibility Standards for Information and Communication Technology

29th (Sat)

9:00-9:30

Opening Plenary by Prof. H Raghav Rao – ISF Editor [Venue: Auditorium]

9:30-10:30

Session 8 : [Venue: Auditorium]

- David Wastell : In praise of abundance: why individuals matter in Design Science

- Ranjan Vaidya, Michael Myers and Lesley Gardner: Major Issues in the successful implementation of information systems in developing countries

10:30-11:0

Coffee/Tea/Networking

11:00 -12:00

Session 9: INDUSTRY PANEL [Venue: Auditorium]

12:00-1:00

Session 10: Academic Panel [Venue: Auditorium]

1:00-1:15

Session 11: Closing Note [Venue: Auditorium]

1:15-2:30

Lunch [Venue : MDC]

Date

Time

Activity

26th (Wed)

7:00-9:00 pm

Conference Reception; Registration [Venue : MDC IIMB]

27th (Thu)

8:00 am -

Registration

8:30-9:00

Welcome Address: Dean, IIMB and Conference Team [Venue: Auditorium]

09:00-10:00

Academic Keynote Address - Professor Geoff Walsham, Emeritus, Judge Institute, Cambridge University [Venue: Auditorium]

10:00-10:30

Coffee/Tea/Networking

10:30-12:00

Session 1:

Track 1: IS Success and Failure I [Venue: Auditorium]
- Deborah Bunker, Linda Levine and C Woody: Repertoires of Collaboration for Disaster Management: Negotiating Emergent and Dynamic Systems Success

- Elayne Coakes, A.D. Amar and Maria L. Granados: Success or Failure in Knowledge Management Systems: A Universal Issue
- Jan Devos, Hendrik Van Landeghem and Dirk Deschoolmeester: Narratives of an Outsourced Information Systems Failure in a Small Enterprise

Track 2: Software Development [Venue: C. Pergola]

- Richard Baskerville and Jan Pries-Heje: Discursive Co-Development of Agile Systems and Agile Methods

- Rosa Michaelson: “Is Agile the answer?” the case of UK Universal Credit

- John S. Persson: The Cross-Cultural Knowledge Sharing Challenge: An Investigation of the Collocation Strategy in Software Development Offshoring

12:00-12:30

Coffee/Tea/Networking

12:30-1:30

Session 2:

Track 1:Short Papers [Venue: Auditorium]

- Paul Ambrose and David Munro: Why Not Let IT Fail? The IT Project Success Paradox

- Darshan Desai : Social Software: Silver Bullet or an Enabler of Competitive Advantage?

- Igor Hawryszkiewycz: A System of Systems approach to managing emergence in complex environments

Track 2: Short Papers [Venue: C. Pergola]

- Tiko Iyamu, Tefo Sekgweleo and Sharol Sibongile Mkhomazi : Actor Network Theory In Interpretative Research Approach

- Marya Wani, Vishnupriya Raghavan, Dolphy Abraham and Madhumita Majumder : Quality Improvement for Ensuring e-Retailing Success in India: Constructs and Frameworks

- Rajeev Mukundan and Sam Thomas: Indian IT Industry firms: Moving towards an Active Innovation Strategy

1:30-2:30

Lunch [Venue : MDC]

2:30-4:00

Session 3:

Track 1: IS Success and Failure II [Venue: Auditorium]

- Marijn Janssen, Anne Fleur Van Veenstra and Haiko Van der Voort : Management of large transformation projects : factors affecting user adoption

- Anastasia Papazafeiropoulou, Georgios Gerostergioudis, Hsin Chen and Laurence Brooks: Green IT logistics in a Greek retailer: Grand Successes and minor failures

- Teresa Waring, Martin Alexander and Rebecca Casey: Bringing about Innovative Change: The case of a Patient Flow Management System in an NHS Trust

Track 2: Studies of IT Adoption I [Venue: C. Pergola]

- Marcel Landeweerd, Ton Spil and Rich Klein: The success of Google Search, the failure of Google Health and the future of Google Plus

- Kawal Kapoor, Yogesh Dwivedi and Michael Williams: Role of Innovation Attributes in Explaining the Adoption Intention for the Interbank Mobile Payment Service in an Indian context

- Nikhil Srinivasan and Jan Damsgaard: Tensions between Individual Use and Network Adoption of Social media platforms

4:00-4:30

Coffee/Tea/Networking

4:30-6:00

Session 4:

Track 1: IS Success and Failure III [Venue: Auditorium]

- Amany Elbanna and Henrik C J Linderoth: Tracing success in the Voluntary Use of Open Technology

- Laxmi Gunupudi and Rahul De’: Market Separations Perspective of Agricultural Markets and Successful AMIS: Beyond Technical Rationality

- Ann Seror: Designing Sustainable Open Source Systems: The Cuban National Health Care Network and Portal (INFOMED)

Track 2: Studies of IT Adoption II [Venue: C. Pergola]

- Sam Thomas and Bhasi Marath: An Integrative Model Linking Risk, Risk Management and Project Performance: Support from Indian Software Projects

- Mohamamd Hossain and Mohammed Quaddus: Does mandatory pressure increases RFID adoption? A case study of Western Australian livestock industry

- Nripendra Rana, Yogesh Dwivedi and Michael Williams: Examining the Factors Affecting Intention to Use of, and User Satisfaction with Online Public Grievance Redressal System (OPGRS) in India

6:00-7:00

IFIP WG 8.6 Business Meeting

28th (Fri)

9:00-10:00

Academic Keynote AddressKarlheinz Kautz: Sociomateriality and Information Systems Success and Failure [Venue: Auditorium]

10:00-10:30

Coffee/Tea/Networking / Poster I: Anand Jeyaraj

10:30-12:20

Session 5:

Track 1: IT in the Public Sector [Venue: Auditorium]

- Jyoti Bhat: Legitimation of E-government Initiatives: A Study of India’s Identity Project

- Laurence Brooks and M. Shahanoor Alam: Designing an Information System for Updating Land Records in Bangladesh: Action Design Ethnographic Research (ADER)

- Akhlaque Haque and Kamna Mantode: Governance in the Technology Era:

Implications of Actor Network Theory in Social Empowerment in South Asia

- JD. Mahadeo: Predictors of E-Government Adoption in Mauritius: An extended version of the Technology Adoption Model (TAM)

Track 2: Theory and Methods I [Venue: C. Pergola]

- Gangadharan G.R., Norien Kuiper, Marijn Janssen and Paul Oude Luttighuis: IT Innovation Squeeze: Propositions and a Methodology for Deciding to Continue or Decommission Legacy Systems

- Tor J Larsen and Linda Levine: Learning from Failure: Myths and Misguided Assumptions About IS Disciplinary Knowledge

- Sabine Madsen, Keld Bødker and Thomas Tøth: From Research to Practical Application: Knowledge Transfer Planning and Execution in Outsourcing

- Subhasish Dasgupta and Babita Gupta: Organisation Culture Dimensions as Antecedents of Internet Technology Adoption

12:20-12:30

Coffee/Tea/Networking

12:30-1:30

Industry Keynote: Nandan M. Nilekani, Chairman of the Unique Identification Authority of India [Auditorium]

1:30-2:30

Lunch [Venue : MDC]

2:30-4:00

Session 6:

Track 1: IT in the Public Sector [Venue: Auditorium]

- Ranjini CR [Short Paper] : Participatory Approach versus Bureaucratic ‘Pressure’: The Case of Health Information Systems Programme

- Zhenbin Yang and Atreyi Kankanhalli [Short Paper] : Innovation in Government Services: The Case of Open Data

- Lewin Sivamalai [Short Paper] : Using the lens of “Social Shaping of Technology” to understand the design and implementation of Aadhaar (UID) Project

- Ruth McDonald, Sudeh Cheraghi-Sohi, Sara Bayes, Richard Morriss and Joe Kai [Full Paper]: Grand success or partial failure? Changing institutional logics and information technology in English Primary Medical Care

Track 2: IT in the Public Sector [Venue: C. Pergola]

- Briony Oates, David Wainwright and Helen Edwards [Short Papers] : Endless Bad Projects or Evidence-Based Practice? An agenda for action

- Md. Jahangir Alam Zahid, Md. Mahfuz Ashraf, Bushra Tahseen Malik, Rakibul Hoque [Short Papers] : Information Communication Technology (ICT) for disabled persons in Bangladesh: preliminary study of impact/outcome

- Ahmed Imran, Shirley Gregor and Tim Turner [Short Papers] : Curriculum Design and Delivery for E-government Knowledge Transfer in a Cross Cultural Environment: The Bangladesh Experience

- Michel Thomsen and Maria Åkesson [Full Paper]: Understanding ISD And Innovation Through The Lens Of Fragmentation

4:00-4:30

Coffee/Tea/Networking / Poster III: Anuragini Shirish, Shalini Chandra and Shirish C. Srivastava

4:30-6:00

Session 7:

Track 1: IT in the Public Sector [Venue: Auditorium]

- Vincent Homburg and Andres Dijkshoorn: Persuasive pressures in the adoption of E-government

- Vyakaranam Kameswari: Information as “commons”: Applying design principles to ICTD projects

- Satish Krishnan, Thompson Teo, Lim J: E-Participation and E-Government Maturity: A Global Perspective

Track 2: Theory and Methods II [Venue: C. Pergola]

- Ravi Rao and Rahul De’: Organizational assimilation of technology in a sunrise industry – A story of successes and failures

- Sharol Mkhomazi and Tiko Iyamu: A Guide to Selecting Theory to underpin Information Systems studies

- Daryoush Vaziri and Argang Ghadiri: Improving Human Cognitive Processing by Applying Accessibility Standards for Information and Communication Technology

29th (Sat)

9:00-9:30

Opening Plenary by Prof. H Raghav Rao – ISF Editor [Venue: Auditorium]

9:30-10:30

Session 8 : [Venue: Auditorium]

- David Wastell : In praise of abundance: why individuals matter in Design Science

- Ranjan Vaidya, Michael Myers and Lesley Gardner: Major Issues in the successful implementation of information systems in developing countries

10:30-11:0

Coffee/Tea/Networking

11:00 -12:00

Session 9: INDUSTRY PANEL [Venue: Auditorium]

12:00-1:00

Session 10: Academic Panel [Venue: Auditorium]

1:00-1:15

Session 11: Closing Note [Venue: Auditorium]

1:15-2:30

Lunch [Venue : MDC]

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