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Global Information Systems Processes

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Global Information Systems (IS) Processes (GISP) covers the interests of all TC8 Working Groups. Global IS Processes can be modelled (8.1) and they will help change organizations in becoming virtual and individualized (8.2). Changes in decision-making (8.3) and e-business systems (8.4) are some of the most prominent examples of global processes. Further, public (8.5) processes are becoming more global, and diffusion, adoption and implementation issues (8.6) are intensified by the globalization of processes. Smart Cards (8.8) are global as are Enterprise Information Systems (8.9). This conference is dedicated to the exploration and improved understanding of forms and impact of globalized IS processes. A one day Doctoral Consortium will precede this conference. Papers may present theory, applications, or practical experiences on global IS processes including but not limited to:

Adoption of Global IS Processes
Global Decision Support Systems
Global Enterprise Systems (GES)
Global IS Process Architectures
Global IS Process Management (GPM)
Governance in Global IS Processes
Impact of Regional Culture of Global IS Processes
Global IS Process Models
Roll-out Models for Global IS Processes
Success Factors and Models
Trust Management in Global IS Processes
Variant Management in Global IS Processes
Virtualization of Global IS Processes

Programme Committee Chairs

Jan Pries-Heje, Roskilde University, Denmark
Michael Rosemann, QUT, Brisbane, Australia

Programme Committee Members

David Avison, ESSEC, Paris, France
Richard Baskerville, Georgia State Univ., USA
Josef Basl, Charles University Prague, Czech Republic
Irwin Brown, University of Cape Town, South Africa
Sven Carlsson, University of Lund, Sweden
Kevin Crowston, Syracuse University, USA
Dirk Deschoolmeester, Vlerick Management School, Gent, Belgium
Steve Elliot, University of Sydney, Australia
Theo Härder, University of Kaiserslautern, Germany
Juhani Iivari, University of Oulu, Finland
Anders G. Nilsson, Karlstad University, Sweden
George M. Kasper, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, USA
Karlheinz Kautz, Copenhagen Business School, Denmark
Tor J. Larsen, Norwegian School of Mgmt.
Michael Myers, University of Auckland, New Zealand
Bill Olle, representing British Computer Society in IFIP TC 8
Barbara Pernici, Politecnico di Milano, Italy
Yves Pigneur, University of Lausanne, Switzerland
Maria Raffai, Szechenyi Istvan University, Hungary
Jolita Ralyte, University of Geneva, Switzerland
Isabel Ramos, University of Minho, Portugal
Hans J. Scholl, University of Washington, Seattle, USA
Krassen Stefanov, University of Sofia, Bulgaria
A Min Tjoa, Vienna University of Technology, Austria
Maria Wimmer, Koblens University, Germany
Doug Vogel, City University, Hong Kong

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Important Dates
Submission of papers: January 31, 2010
Notification to authors: April 23, 2010
Camera-ready copies: May 15, 2010

Instructions for paper submission

  • Papers must not substantially overlap with papers that have been published or are simultaneously submitted to a journal or another conference with proceedings.
  • Papers must be written in English; they should be at most 12 pages in total, including bibliography and well-marked appendices. Papers should be intelligible without appendices, if any.
  • Accepted papers will be presented at the conference and published in the IFIP AICT (Advances in Information and Communication Technology) Series by Springer.
  • Submitted and accepted papers must follow the publisher’s guidelines for the IFIP AICT Series (www.springer.com/series/6102, Author templates, Manuscript preparation in Word).
  • At least one author of each accepted paper must register for the conference and present the paper. Inclusion of the paper will be dependent upon one registration for the paper.
  • All papers must be submitted in electronic form through the web via www.wcc2010.org by January 31, 2010.

The Congress

The World Computer Congress (WCC2010) will bring together IT research and industry sectors in one event. The congress will combine 18 IFIP conferences with partner conferences from other international and regional, specialist IT organisations.

The conference content will be presented in eight program streams. Delegates may attend any of the participating conference, industry or partner events as well as networking, social, technical tours and certification courses offered at the congress.

Trust IT
  • Wireless Communications and Information Technology in Developing Countries (WCITD 2010)
  • Biologically-Inspired Collaborative Computing (BICC 2010)
  • Distributed and Parallel Embedded Systems (DIPES 2010)
  • Artificial Intelligence in Theory and Practice (IFIP AI 2010)
  • Network of the Future (NF)
  • Enterprise Architecture, Integration, Interoperability and Networking (EAI2N)
  • Human Choice and Computers International Conference (HCC9 2010)
    Track 2: Virtual Technologies and Social Shaping
Trust IT
  • International Information Security Conference 2010 (SEC 2010)
  • Critical Information Infrastructure Protection (CIP)
  • Human Choice and Computers International Conference (HCC9 2010)
    Track 3: Surveillance and Privacy
Value IT
  • Theoretical Computer Science (TCS 2010)
  • Human Computer Interaction (HCI 2010)
Learn IT
  • Key Competencies in the Knowledge Society (KCKS 2010)
  • History of Computing (HC)
Govern IT
  • Global Information Systems Processes (GISP)
  • E-Government and E-Services (EGES)
  • Human Choice and Computers conference (HCC9 2010)
    Track 1: Ethics and ICT Governance
Vitalise IT
  • E-Health (EHEALTH)
Sustain IT
  • Human Choice and Computers International Conference (HCC9 2010)
    Track 4: ICT and Sustainable Development
Play IT
  • Entertainment Computing Symposium (ECS 2010)