Thursday 23 October 2008

16:00 Registration
19:00 Welcome Reception to MCIS 2008 participants

Friday 24 October 2008

8:00 Welcome & Registration

9:00 - 9:45 Welcome from Chairs - Great Room

9:45 - 10:45 Invited Guest Speaker - Great Room
David Avison, ESSEC Business School
Theme: “Reflections on a Personal Journey into the Practice, Teaching and Research in Information Systems: An Egocentric Story”.

10:45 - 11:15 Coffee Break

11:15 - 12:45 Parallel Sessions S11,12,13

S11 Creativity & Innovation
Room: Le Bardo
Session Chair: Khaled Mellouli (IHEC, Carthage)

1. “Understanding Information Systems Development: The Agora of Techno-Organisational Change“ by Kaniadakis, Antonios
2. “Making People Aware of Deviations From Standards In Health Care: A Case Study” by Sarini, Marcello; Cabitza, Federico; Viscusi, Gianluigi
3. “A model adapting dynamically an online hypermedia learning” by Daouas, Thouraya; Marouani, Bessem

S12 IS Diversity
Room: Tozeur
Session Chair: Chaher Mehrez (ISG, Tunis)

1. “Hospitality’ and innovation. How an innovation in the IS human resources management and communication approach can help change the ICT management approach: the BAnCO case in the outsourcing supply services business” by Depaoli, Paolo; De Marco, Marco
2. “The role of cultural values in the individual intention to accept administration's e-services (ITA e-ad): A two country study” by Harfouche, Antoine; Aoun, Georges
3. “Creating organizational participative innovation: exploiting the power of organizational dynamic-landscapes” by Rodighiero, Luca

S13 Software Development
Room: Sidi Bou Said
Session Chair: Vincenzo D'Andrea

1. “Language a phenomenon of culture and communication. Preserving the language through a phonetic map” by Ben Abdessalem, Wahiba
2. “Information Technology Outsourcing: A Case Study of Best Practices in Two Swedish Global Companies” by Hodosi, Georg; Rusu, Lazar
3. "Logiciels libres, logiciels propriétaires et facteurs favorisant l¹adoption : une revue de la littérature", by Leila, Ennajeh; Mokhtar, Amami
4. “Involving End-User in It-System Development: The Case of Online Announcement Configurator” by Ciro Mazzarella

13:00 – 14:30 Lunch

14:30 - 15:30 Invited Guest Speaker - Great Room
Mike Martin, Newcastle Business School
Title: “Coproduction and transformation processes and how they can be nurtured”.

15:30 - 16:00 Coffee Break

16:00 - 18:00 Parallel Sessions S21,S22,S23

S21 Creativity & Innovation
Room: Le Bardo
Session Chair: Henda Ben Ghezala (Rector, University of Manouba)

1. “Systems Analysts in Chaordic Organizations” by Kosaka, Takeshi
2. “Contextual Design in Information Systems - A participatory approach based on understanding practices, meanings and challenges?” by Törpel, Bettina
3. “Collaboration in Digitalized Environment: Multitouch as a Boundary Object” by Roberto Cricrì

S22 IS Diversity
Room: Tozeur
Session Chair: Jacucci, Gianni

1. “Digital Divides in the Mediterranean” by Ein-Dor, Phillip
2. “Multiple Logics at work in Information Infrastructure in Use: A Case Study on Hearth Transplantation” by Grisot, Miria
3. “Resources for configurability in the organizational projects of ERP systems implementation: a case from the italian Public Administration” by Ducati, Samantha; Campagnolo, Gian Marco

S23 Requirement engineering in eGovernment
Room: Sdi Bou Said 
Session Chair: Malek Ghenima

1. “Face to Face Between a Public and A Private CIO in Italy” by Martellucci, Margherita; Cavallo, Anna; Stilo, Francesco Maria
2. “Role on Requirements Engineering Process Model” by Jabloun, Marwen Mohsen; Belhassan, Amina Sayeb; Ben Ghezala, Henda Hajjami
3. “Adoption of Telehealth by Healthcare Professionals: An overview of Theoretical Models and Their Applications” by Haifa, Mezni

20:00 Gala Dinner

Saturday 25 October 2008

9:30 - 10:30 Invited Guest Speaker - Great Room
Jeremy Rose, Aalborg University
Title: Technology and Government: Crossing the Divide”.

10:30 - 11:00 Coffee Break

11:00 - 13:00 Parallel Sessions S31,32,33

S31 Creativity & Innovation
Room: Le Bardo
Chair: Mohamed Louadi (ISG, Tunis)

1. “Creativity and visions using Ciborra’s labyrinths of information: co-constructing spd paths towards a sustainable enterprise system” by Campagnolo, Gian Marco; Cattani, Claudia; Jacucci, Gianni
2. “Innovating Science: Open Access and the Situated Field of Physics” by Toccoli, Silvia; Teli, Maurizio
3. “Towards a better articulation between creativity, innovation and ICTs: the case of an environmental scanning CSCW project for a Tunisian administration context” by Kamoun Chouk, Souad

S32 IS Diversity
Room: Tozeur
Session Chair: Imed Abdeljaoued (IHEC, Carthage)

1. "Impact of security and control on the conduct of electronic business", by
Imen, Hilali; Mokhtar, Amami
2. “Which ‘Kind’ of Trust for Buying Online? An Intercultural Study” by Zaoui, Ishraf
3. “Importance of improved innovation capabilities as an ERP system selection criterion: A comparative analysis of Slovakia and Slovenia” by Sudzina, Frantisek; Pucihar, Andreja; Lenart, Gregor
4. “A comparative analysis of collective awareness building in virtual teams” by Jawadi, Nabila; Daassi, Mohamed

S33 Software Development & IS Development
Room: Sdi Bou Said
Session Chair: Faiz Gargouri (University of Sfax)

1. “Construction of a global index for data integration in a large scale system” by Hajjej, Fahima; Barkallah, Bassem; Moalla, Samir
2. “Requirement Analysis For Process-Centric Continuous Monitoring” by Majdalawieh, Munir; Sahraoui, Sofiane; Barkhi, Reza
3. “On the Challenge of a Semi-automatic Transformation Process in Model Driven Enterprise Information Systems” by Hammoudi, Slimane; Alouini, Wajih; Gammoudi, Mohammed Mohsen

13:00 – 14 :30 Lunch

14:30 - 15:15 Invited Guest Speaker - Great Room
Antonio Cordella, London School of Economics and Political Science
Title: “A new approach to e-Government”.

15:15 - 16:00 Panel - Great Room

Panel Chairs: Gianni Jacucci and Mike Martin
Title: A Second Step Back For Making Sense of Interventions, Mirrors and Windows for Partnering, Social Practice Design to Facilitate Change
Panel Members: Gianni Jacucci, Mike Martin, David Avison & Jeremy Rose

16:00 - 16:30 Coffee Break

16:30 - 18:00 Parallel Sessions 41,42,43

S41 IS Design
Room: Le Bardo 
Session Chair: Rim Faiz

1. “Harding cats: or model based alignment of heterogeneous practices” by Wagner, Ina; Schmidt, Kjeld; Jacucci, Gianni
2. “Facilitating Co-construction by Social Practice Design: A Case of Geodistributed Employees Facing the Design of Model-Based Enterprise Systems” by Jacucci, Gianni; Cattani, Claudia; Campagnolo, Gian Marco; Wagner, Ina; Tellioglu, Hilda
3. “Socio-Instrumental Design Patterns” by Sjöström, Jonas; Ågerfalk, Pär J.
4. "An information system design framework for environmental risk and emergency management", by Mejri Ouejdane

S42 IS Diversity
Room: Tozeur
Session Chair: Hafedh Benabdennebi (ESCT, University Manouba)

1. "L'intégration des TIC à l'éducation et l¹enseignement en Tunisie : Les opportunités et les défis?", by  Bou Syoud, Mohamed; Amami, Mokhtar; Malek, Adnane
2. “Information Technology Payback and Effectiveness in Developing Countries” by Mahfoudhi, Sami; Faiz,Rim
3. “Information Systems Outsourcing Success Factors in Spain” by Gonzalez, Reyes; Gasco, Jose; Llopis, Juan
4. “The influence of the financial and accounting adjustments on the decisions of Rating agencies” By Henchiri, Jamel; Ben Hmiden, Oussama

S43 Networks of SMEs
Room: Sdi Bou Said
Session Chair: Carlo Batini

1. “Grid Computing and Collaborative Networks: A Literature Review” by Albano, Valentina; Contenti, Mariangela; D'Atri, Alessandro
2. “Social Information Systems Engineering: From data to knowledge networks” by Snene, Mehdi
3. “Firms's Involvement in Open Source Projects: a Controversial Role” by Merlo, Francesco; Capra, Eugenio; Francalanci, Chiara; Rossi Lamastra, Cristina; Lorenzi, Dario

18:30 - 19:30 MCIS 2009 Meeting
Room: Sidi Bou Said
1. Next conference (Location ?)
2. Themes?
3. Organizers?

Sunday 26 October 2008

9:30 - 10:30 Invited Guest Speaker - Great Room
Claudia Loebbecke, University of Cologne
Title:“Action Research, Design Science, and Participatory Design: Three Approaches in Collaborative IS Projects and IS Publications”

10:30 - 11:00 Coffee Break

11:00 - 12:30 Parallel Sessions 51,52,53

S51 IS Development
Room: Le Bardo
Session Chair: Gianluigi Viscusi

1. “The Knowledge-Gap Reduction in Software Engineering” by Dakhli, Salem; Be Chouikha, Mouna.
2. “License Compliance Issues in Free and Open Source Software” by Gangadharan, G.R.; De Paoli, Stefano; D'Andrea, Vincenzo; Weiss, Michael
3. “Prospective Strategic Behaviour and IS co-alignment: Impact on Performance, an Alternative Perspective” by Renaud, Alexandre; Kalika, Michel

S52 IS Diversity
Room: Tozeur
Session Chair: Boutheina Ben Yaghlene

1. “Understanding modeling practices in manufacturing” by Tellioglu, Hilda; Campagnolo, Gian Marco
2. “ERP impact on strategic flexibility of the firm: the case of Tunisian SME’s” by Khlif, Wafa; Hermi, Wafa
3. “Knowledge Sharing Systems in a Historical Heritage Context: an exploratory Study” by Braccini, Alessio Maria, Federici, Tommaso

S53 Strategic Planning in eGovernment
Room: Sdi Bou Said 
Session Chair: Mokhtar Amami

1. “MAP Requirement Engineering Model (Shipping Domain)” by Jabloun, Marwen mohsen; Belhassan, Amina Sayeb; Ben Ghezala, Henda Hajjami
2. “Applying Lesson Learned From Counselling: On Nurturing Relations in e-Government Projects” by Cattani, Claudia; Jacucci, Gianni; Calzà, Diego.
3. “Ambiguity vs. Uncertainty: Taking a Second Step Back, to Balance Task and Relation, in Co-constructing Sustainable Use of Socio-Technical Solutions” by Mike, Martin; Jacucci, Gianni

13:00 – 14:30 Lunch