AHA-BUCH

Management of the Interconnected World

ItAIS: The Italian Association for Information Systems
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ISBN-13:
9783790824032
Einband:
Book
Erscheinungsdatum:
08.08.2010
Seiten:
534
Autor:
Alessandro D'Atri
Gewicht:
945 g
Format:
242x165x38 mm
Sprache:
Englisch
Beschreibung:

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Part I: E-Services in Public and Private Sector.- Open Innovation in Research Libraries-Myth or Reality?- News as a Service: Adoption of Web 2.0 by Online Newspapers.- Citizens Participation in Public Decisions: the Open Source Role.- A System Dynamics Model to Identify and Measure the Paper Digitization Advantages in Public Administration.- ICTs in an Ageing Society: an Overview of Emerging Research Streams .- Analyzing the structure and complexity of a service provision network: potential applications to network assessment.- Biometric Authentication and Authorization Infrastructures in Trusted Intra-organizational Relationships.- Reshaping eGovernment through Institutional Agents.- Patent Information System in R&D Strategies: Tasks, Techniques and On-line Search Tools. Part II: Organizational Change and Impact of IT.- ERP Acceptance: the Role of Affective Commitment.- Individual Readiness for Change in the Context of Enterprise Resource Planning System Implementation.- Changing Spaces for Social Learning in ERP Implementation: a Situational Analysis.- A Planning-oriented Approach for ERP Implementation in SMEs.- Motivators and Inhibitors to IT Infusion in Tourism SMEs.- The Utilization of Information Systems Security in SMEs in the South East of Ireland.- Influence of IT Service Management on Innovation Management: First Insights from Exploratory Studies.- Technological and Organizational Structures: A Case of Adaptation in the Archaeological Sector.- Organizational Readiness and Success of the EHR-S Adoption.- The Utilization of Information Systems Security in Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises in the South East of Ireland. Part III: Information and Knowledge Management.- Toward a Flexible Data Management Middleware for Wireless Sensor Networks.- Semantic-enriched Data Mining Techniques for Intensional Service Representation.- Semantic Search of Distributed Information and Knowledge.- Exploring Strategic Indexes by Semantic OLAP Operators.- Automatic Definition of KDD Prototype Processes by Composition.- Social Validation in the Ontology Evolution Process.- A Logical Approach to Context-Aware Databases.- Uncertainty in Data Integration Systems: Automatic Generation of Probabilistic Relationships.- The iCoord Knowledge Model for P2P Semantic Coordination. Part IV: e-Justice.- Measuring the Performance of Italian Courts: the Role of IS Success.- Part IX: Emerging Issues in a Globalized and Interconnected World.- Respecting the Deal: how to Manage Co-opetitive Actors in open Innovation.- The Role of ICT in Clinical Risk Management: First Evidence From an Italian Experience.- Information Systems and Service Research: a Co-Citation Analysis.- The cross-level antecedents of dynamic capabilities development: the case of Network Exploitation Capability.-
Joey F. George I was honored to be asked to open the VI Conference of the Italian Chapter of the Association for Information Systems (ItAIS), held in Olbia, on the Costa Smeralda of Sardinia, Italy, in October 2009. Over 90 research papers were presented over two days, and over 120 people attended the conference. Each day, five par- lel sessions featured papers on diverse information systems topics. Session themes included Information and Knowledge Management; Organizational Change and Impact of ICT; IS Quality, Metrics and Impact; E-Justice and Ethics of Information Systems; Information Systems Development and Design Methodo- gies; E-Services in Public and Private Sectors; Innovation Transfer of IT Research Projects; the Strategic Role of Information Systems; Accounting Management and Information Systems; Human Computer Interaction; and Emerging Issues in a Globalized and Interconnected World. The majority of attendees were from Italy, which would be expected for a meeting of the Italian Chapter of AIS. However, as much as 30% of participants came from elsewhere, from other parts of Europe to be sure, but also from as far away as Nigeria, Mexico and Australia. That the conference was so decidedly international provides support for the 2009 con- rence theme, "Achieving Fusion in the Interconnected World. " Amid lively d- cussion and intellectual exchanges, professional networks were extended well beyond the Costa Smeralda and new connections and friendships were made.