HICSS; Smolnik, Stefan: HICSS-37 - January 5-8, 2004 - Hawaii 2004.

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CALL FOR PAPERS FOR THE "VALUE WEBS IN THE DIGITAL ECONOMY" MINI-TRACK
Part of the Internet and the Digital Economy Track
at the Thirty-seventh Annual
HAWAI'I INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON SYSTEM SCIENCES
on the Big Island of Hawaii
January 5 - 8, 2004


MINI-TRACK CHAIR
Prof. Dr. Helmut A.O. Krcmar
Chair for Information Systems
Technical University Munich
Email: krcmar@in.tum.de

CALL FOR PAPERS
Diffusion of internet technologies will result in further far reaching
micro- and macro economic effects. It is based on innovative ICT
infrastructures, products and services and in itself induces new product-
and process-innovations. Recent trends in science and practice such as Zero
Latency Businesses, Mass Customisation and Modularisation of products and
services, Enterprise Application Integration, Supply Chain Management,
Customer Integration in product development and distribution make obvious
the changes the Internet is causing. These new circumstances caused through
Internet technologies affect production, distribution and usage of
information goods. In addition they affect also development-, production-
and distribution of physical goods in traditional, 'Old-Economy'
industries.

Therefore the application of Internet technologies has high impact on
corporate strategies and leads to new competitive challenges of companies
within existing or newly emerging or dissolving or reassembling value
chains. Competition is shifting from an inter-company level to a
competition of strategic partners, thus towards a competition of new Value
Webs. Value Webs are networks of partners who collaborate within different
stages of interlinked value chains enabled by ICT.

Information Systems researchers have recently directed their attention to
some examples of these Net-Enabled Value Webs (see e.g. 2002 volumes 2 & 3
of Information Systems Research). Net Enabled Value Webs can execute
transactions, rapidly exchange information, and innovate through new
business processes and at an unprecedented pace. Given a new dimension of
the use of electronic networks, inter-organizational cooperation is
nowadays often discussed in terms of B2B-Marketplaces, Supply Chain
Management, Virtual Organizations or Strategic Alliances etc. But also new
types of collaborative communities, e.g. on-line communities or communities
of practice, might change the relationships between producer and consumer
throughout value chains. Information and Communication Technologies may
support or hinder these and other types of Value Webs. All these aspects
and research topics have to be put in a wider context in order to be able
to describe and analyse the new paradigm shift of the internet economy.

Since the nature of the research object requires multidisciplinary research
efforts involving applied computer and information sciences (such as
Computer Supported Cooperative Work, Artificial Intelligence, Information
Retrieval, Human Computer Interaction, Information Systems, Ontologies) and
social sciences (such as Economics, Management Science), the Mini-track
addresses empirical and conceptual research. The topics covered by the
Mini-Track include, but are not restricted to the following subjects:

- Architectures for Value Webs
- Infrastructures for Value Webs
- Application Integration within Value Webs
- New Technologies Enabling Value Webs
- Standards and Ontologies for Inter- and Intra-organizational
Collaboration in Value Webs
- Customer Integration in Value Webs
- Case Studies of Value Webs
- Methods for Supporting Creation and Adaptation of Value Webs
- Methods for Supporting Product Development in Value Webs
- Reference Models for Value Webs in Different Industries
- Supply Chain Managements and Value Webs
- Marketplaces and Value Webs
- Social Aspects of Collaboration in Value Webs
- Business Models for Value Webs
- Interface, Product and Service Design for Collaboration in Value Webs
- Social, Political and Economic Impact of Value Webs
- New IT-enabled Services and Service Architectures in and for Value
Webs in the Digital Economy

For further Information please visit the Mini-track website

http://www.value-webs.org.

IMPORTANT DEADLINES
April 15, 2003 Abstracts submitted for guidance and indication of
appropriate content.
June 1, 2003 Full papers submitted to Mini-track Chair. Contact
Mini-Track chair for submission instructions.
August 31, 2003 Notice of accepted papers sent to authors.
October 1, 2003 Accepted manuscripts sent electronically to the
publisher.


INSTRUCTIONS FOR PAPER SUBMISSION
1. Manuscripts should be 22-26 double-spaced pages, including diagrams,
in Microsoft Word or Adobe Acrobat format. The final paper will be 10
pages, double-column, single-spaced.
2. Each paper must have a title page that includes the title of the
paper, full name of all authors, and complete addresses including
affiliation(s), telephone number(s), and e-mail address(es).
3. The first page of the manuscript should include the title and a
300-word abstract of the paper.
4. Papers should contain original material and not be previously
published, or currently submitted for consideration elsewhere.
5. Do not submit the same manuscript to more than one Mini-track.
6. Papers should be submitted by email, to both Helmut Krcmar
<krcmar@in.tum.de> and Jan Marco Leimeister <leimeister@in.tum.de> by the
deadline noted above.


Mini-Track Chair:
Prof. Dr. Helmut A.O. Krcmar (Primary Contact)
Chair for Information Systems (I 17)
Technical University Munich
Boltzmannstr. 3
85748 Garching / Germany
Email: krcmar@in.tum.de
url: www.winfobase.de

Jan Marco Leimeister (Assistant)
Chair for Information Systems (I 17)
Technical University Munich
Boltzmannstr. 3
85748 Garching / Germany
Email: leimeister@in.tum.de
url: www.winfobase.de




TRACKS AT HICSS-37

* Collaboration Systems; Co-Chair: Jay Nunamaker; E-mail:
nunamaker@cmi.arizona.edu
Co-Chair: Robert O. Briggs; E-mail: bob@GroupSystems.com
* Complex Systems; Chair: Robert Thomas; E-mail: rjt1@cornell.edu
* Decision Tech. for Management; Chair: Dan Dolk; E-mail:
drdolk@nps.navy.mil
* Digital Documents; Chair: Michael Shepherd; E-mail: shepherd@cs.cal.ca
* Emerging Technologies; Chair: Ralph H. Sprague; E-mail:
sprague@hawaii.edu
* Information Technology in Health Care; Chair: William Chismar
E-mail: chismar@cba.hawaii.edu
* Internet & the Digital Economy; Co-Chair: David King; E-mail:
dave@comshare.com
Co-Chair: Alan Dennis; E-mail: ardennis@indiana.edu
* Organizational Systems & Tech.; Chair: Hugh Watson; Email:
hwatson@terry.uga.edu
* Software Technology; Gul Agha; E-mail: agha@cs.uiuc.edu

For the latest information; visit the HICSS web site at:
http://www.hicss.hawaii.edu

HICSS conferences are devoted to advances in the information, computer, and
system sciences, and encompass developments in both theory and practice.
Invited papers may be theoretical, conceptual, tutorial or descriptive in
nature. Submissions undergo a peer referee process and those selected for
presentation will be published in the Conference Proceedings. Submissions
must not have been previously published.

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