PLAIS Bulletin 56
Drodzy PLAISowicze,
 
Miło mi powitać w PLAISie - nasżą nową koleżankę, członkinię AISu - P. Prorektor dr Jolantę Kowal, która rozpoczyna działanie w PLAISie od razu od wysokiego C. Zaprasza nas więc na:
zaproponowana na AMICS 2014
 
Minitrack: Leveraging Information Technology for Competitiveness in Emerging Markets, .
 
Dr Jolanta Kowal jest:
adiunktem  w Instytucie Psychologii Uniwersytetu Wrocłwskiego
prof. nadzw. Wyższej Szkoły Zarządzania "Edukacja" we Wrocławiu
Prorektorem d.s.Nauki i Współpracy z Zagranicą
Wyżśzej Szkoły Zarzązania "Edukacja" we Wrocławiu
 
Warmly welcome!
 
Amerykańska konferencja AMCIS odbędzie się w tym roku w Savannah, Georgia, gdzie będzie można przy okazji podziwiać: Pulaski Monument, Pulaski House, Pulaski Square i wiele innych...
 
Zapraszam do udziału,
 
S. Wrycza
 
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Dear Colleague,

this is the last reminder concerning call for papers - to the Conference: and to the Minitrack:   
Minitrack: Leveraging Information Technology for Competitiveness in Emerging Markets

 I recall once again and sincerely urge you to participate in interdisciplinary conferences AMCIS 2014 in the USA, related information systems

All papers must be submitted by 11:59 PM ET on March 1st, 2014!  (time in Savannah)


Website: http://amcis2014.aisnet.org/

Track website: http://amcis2014.aisnet.org/index.php/track-list/77-amcis-2014/99


         Below you can find details. 

In the event you have papers in progress regarding the Leveraging Information Technology for Competitiveness in Emerging Markets, I wanted to make you aware of new conference opportunity.  Please see the call for papers for AMCIS 2014 in Savannah, US.

 

Minitrack Co-chairs:

Jolanta Kowal, jolakowal@gmail.comUniversity of Wrocław, College of Management “Edukacja”

Ieva Meidute - Kavaliauskieneieva.meidute@gmail.comVilnius Gediminas Technical University

 

Minitrack Title

Leveraging Information Technology for Competitiveness in Emerging Markets

Minitrack description

This mini-track will focus on leveraging information technology for competitiveness in emerging markets. The current level of development of informationtechnology becomes a regular part of business development in emerging markets. The use of modern technologies that are not yet known to the public and competitors affect in a direct way to improve competitiveness and to raise the level of innovation in enterprises. It can be seen especially in the spheres of promoting, business and customer relationship management, enterprise resource planning, business intelligence, alternative trading system, innovativesystems, leverage Big Data capabilities for competitive advantage, e-government and education. Leveraging information technology may lead not only to economic growth, but also to the better quality of life of residents in emerging economies, knowledge-based society and social development. Particular importance and challenge in this process become strategy and implementation of information technology, information on demand, system platform, industry solutions, the infrastructure for leveraging information, data security, adequate legislation and educational programs.


 

Call for papers

AMCIS 2014 Minitrack Title: Leveraging Information Technology for Competitiveness in Emerging Markets

Details:

August 7 - 10, 2014

Savannah International Trade & Convention Center

Savannah, Georgia, USA 

Website: http://amcis2014.aisnet.org/

Track website: http://amcis2014.aisnet.org/index.php/track-list/77-amcis-2014/99

This minitrack covers issues relating to the leveraging information technology for competitiveness in emerging markets that may be examined from business, economic, organizational, managerial, political, legal, educational, psycho-social, or cultural perspective in emerging markets.

 

This minitrack has cutting-edge research on emerging issues facing IS-specialists (ie, the leaders of the IS at the project level, line staff and external professional service providers), such as affect in a direct way to improve competitiveness and to raise the level of innovations, promoting, business and customer relationship management, enterprise resource planning, business intelligence, alternative trading system, innovative systems, leverage Big Data capabilities for competitive advantage, e-government and education.

This minitrack shows the impact of strategy and implementation of information technology, cloud computing, information on demand, system platform, social networking, mobile technologies, industry solutions, the infrastructure for leveraging information, data security, adequate legislation, educational programs onhuman resource management computer, economic growth, but also on the better quality of life of residents in emerging economies, knowledge-based society and social development.

This minitrack welcomes papers, which are analysis at the level of workgroup, department, company, industry or individuals in emerging markets. Developing research and extension theory on issues such as the IT human resources to the behavioural and managerial implications of managing in emerging markets are welcome.

This minitrack also welcomes articles which propose insight into the education and professional development of contemporary and future generations of IT professionals in emerging markets.

This minitrack welcome all methods, research paradigms, practice and workshops learned to focus on the intersection of human resources and leveraginginformation technology in emerging markets.


 

The following are thematic suggestions (but not limited to) - topics for this minitrack:

·         The managerial, organizational, economic and political aspects of leveraging information technology for competitiveness in emerging markets.

·         The determinants influencing the internationalization of IT enterprises for competitiveness in emerging markets.

·         The IT methods of investigation and evaluation the business environment for competitiveness in emerging markets.

·         The innovation driving and business growth via leveraging information technology for competitiveness in emerging markets.

·         Leveraging emerging technology for sustainable social and economic growth for competitiveness in emerging markets.

·         The psycho-social, educational and cultural aspects of leveraging information technology in Knowledge-Based Society building for competitiveness in emerging markets.

·         The use of information and communication technologies ICT for economic development, competitiveness and the residents quality of life improving in emerging markets.

·         The use of information technology for customer relationship management, enterprise resource planning, business intelligence, alternative trading system and innovative systems competitiveness in emerging markets .

·         The use of information technology and research methods for competitiveness in the teaching of subjects and educational programs in emerging markets.

·         The use of information technology for competitiveness in business management in emerging markets.

·         The problems of E-Government for competitiveness in emerging markets.

·         The leverage Big Data capabilities for competitive advantage in emerging markets.

·         Competitive strategies for higher education including leveraging information technology for competitiveness in emerging markets.

·         Strategy and implementation of information technology for competitiveness in emerging markets.

·         The infrastructure for leveraging informationinformation on demand, system platform, industry solutions and cloud computing for competitiveness in emerging markets.

·         The methods of investigation and evaluation the business environment including leveraging information technology for competitiveness in emerging markets.

·         The examining the importance of developing and promoting entrepreneurship for competitiveness in emerging markets..

·         The leveraging information technology in the light of legal and ethical issues related to managing human computing resources for competitiveness in emerging markets.

 Important Dates:

Paper/Panel Proposal Submission Deadline: February 28, 2014

Minitrack Co-chairs:

Jolanta Kowal, jolakowal@gmail.comUniversity of Wrocław, College of Management “Edukacja”

Ieva Meidute - Kavaliauskieneieva.meidute@gmail.comVilnius Gediminas Technical University