HICSS; Smolnik, Stefan: HICSS-38 - January 3-6, 2005 - Hawaii: October 01, 2004: Registration deadline for accepted authors 2005.

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Collaboration & Modeling
Call for Papers 2005.pdf


          "Hengst-Bruggeling, Marielle" <m.denhengst@tbm.tudelft.nl>

          03.03.2004 16:27


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HICSS 2005

Dear Author,

Your work has been identified as innovative and highly relevant to the HICSS track:

Design of (Inter-) Organizational Systems: Collaboration and Modeling



This minitrack discusses different forms of support for groups that jointly design (inter-) organizational systems.  It provides one of the key international platforms on which collaborative engineering issues can be discussed. There is an explicit focus to integrate insights from the acadenic fields of  modelling, simulation & gaming and collaboration engineering.

We think that you can make a noteworthy contribution and would be very pleased if you would submit an abstract. We kindly request that you seriously consider submitting  a paper (based on the abstract) to this track that aims to inform practice and science.  Hiccs-papers are reviewed by four anonymous reviewers; the acceptance rate hovers between 30 to 50% acceptance of all submissions. Hicss acceptance is usually a good indication that your ideas and research results will be accepted by highly-rated journals in your field of expertise.


Topics of this mini-track include but are not limited to:
A.  Collaborative approaches to (inter-) organizational design
∑        joint modeling sessions
∑        group communication, facilitation and coordination
∑        analyst and stakeholder interaction, responsibilities, and roles
∑        gaming
∑        theories and guidelines for organizational design and development
∑        change management
∑        integrated information technology and business process approaches
B.  Modeling techniques used in collaborative settings
∑        modeling techniques ( (dynamic) enterprise and process modeling, system dynamics, object-oriented  modeling, diagramming techniques to capture time-related aspects, and simulation/animation models)
∑        incorporation of external factors and influences, uncertainty, flexibility, and longevity
∑        information visualization techniques
∑        evaluation of various modeling methods
∑        combining simulation and knowledge management for organizational design
∑        combining information systems and business process modeling
∑        Integration of simulation and group support tools and techniques
C.  Supporting tools for collaborative modeling
∑        interactive modeling workbenches and CASE tools
∑        modeling support for (stakeholder) groups
∑        simulation/animation tools
∑        data collection tools
∑        knowledge management tools
∑        electronic meeting tools for organizational design
∑        use of design tools applied in organizational contexts

For more information about the conference, see:
http://www.hicss.hawaii.edu/

Best regards
MariŽlle den Hengst

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