Conference name: International Conference on IT-enabled Innovation in Enterprise (ICITIE)
Venue: Athens, Greece
Event Date: 29 - 31, July 2010
The new International Conference on IT-enabled Innovation in Enterprise aims to provide a premier forum for the presentation and discussion of business and organisational innovation associated with Information Technology (IT).
In a global and interconnected economy of the 21st century innovation management is an important aspect for enterprise sustainability and survival. Over the last years the topic has attracted large interest from research and practitioners alike. An organisations competitive advantage depends on the ability of its people, processes, and systems to manage innovation and seek sustainability. Innovation Management has been discussed and examined from a variety of perspectives, including behavioural, managerial, strategic and technological. In this regard, information technology and technology innovation are frequently referred as enablers and facilitators of innovation.
With this conference we intend to complement the mostly behavioural and technology centred discussion on innovation. The aim of this conference is to examine how information technology enables and generates innovation and thus provides value to enterprises. The goal of this conference is to discuss and share best practices, experiences, models, methods and tools for innovation and enterprise renewal.
The conference seeks contributions on real-world business and organisational applications, management concepts, models, methods and tools associated with information technology enabled innovation. In this regard, we encourage the submission of design science research for innovation management in the form of constructs, models, methods and instantiations. In-line with the aim of this conference, contributions must highlight the value and innovation driven by information technology in enterprise.
The idea of the conference is to provide a forum and platform for both researchers and practitioners to exchange knowledge, ideas and to learn from each other. Practitioners and researchers present findings and experience. In addition to the official program, there is plenty of opportunity for informal discussions and networking.
We invite contributions from industry, academia and collaborative research as well as encourage postgraduate researchers to submit their work. Submissions may be any of the following: research papers, short papers, research in progress, case studies, teaching cases or experience reports.
The conference focuses on management concepts, models, methods and tools. The conference topics may include, but are not limited to:
Innovative Business Models
Innovative Solutions for E-Government
Supply Chain Innovations
Innovative Business Process and Enterprise Architecture
Business process re-design and innovation
Innovative Enterprise Architecture
Innovation process and methods
Systems, tools and platforms for innovation management
Barriers and success factors to innovation
Innovation culture and environment
Innovation Maturity and capabilities
Quality and performance management
Conference date: 29-31 July, 2010
Regular Paper Submission: February 12, 2010
Authors Notification (regular papers): April 27, 2010
Final Regular Paper Submission and Registration: May 11, 2010
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