More than 250 participants attended the first Swiss Data Day on November 9, 2017 at EPFL in Lausanne. Professor Christine Legner held a keynote presentation on “Managing Data as a Strategic Resource – Foundation of the Digital and Data-Driven Enterprise”. She addressed the need for organisations to think about data and its management in new ways, as they engage in the digital and data-driven transformation of their business. The presentation concludes with three recommendations: (1) assess data’s business value and impact, (2) measure and improve data quality, and (3) democratize data and support data citizenship.
The presentation is available for download on Slideshare.
Dana Naous, Kenny Lienhard, Johannes Schwarz and Christine Legner attended the European Conference on Information Systems (ECIS) which was held from June 5th to 10th in Guimarães, Portugal.
They presented three full papers co-authored by BISA team members:
- Naous, Dana; Schwarz, Johannes; and Legner, Christine. Analytics As A Service: Cloud Computing and the Transformation of Business Analytics Business Models and Ecosystems
- Lienhard, Kenny; Job, Oliver; Bachmann, Lucas; Bodmer, Nicolas; and Legner, Christine. A Framework to Advance Electronic Health Record System Use in Routine Patient Care
- Schwarz, Johannes; Terrenghi, Nicola; and Legner, Christine. From One to Many Business Models: Uncovering Characteristics of Business Model Portfolios
ECIS is the most prestigious European conference in the Information Systems discipline, and provides a forum for networking and sharing of latest ideas and highest calibre scientific work amongst the IS profession. The ECIS Conference Proceedings are available for download in the AIS Electronic Library.
Kenny Lienhard and Christine Legner attended the International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS) which was held from December 13 to 16 in Fort Worth, Texas, with more than 1,500 participants. They presented two full papers co-authored by BISA team members:
ICIS is the most prestigious academic conference in the Information Systems discipline, and provides a forum for networking and sharing of latest ideas and highest calibre scientific work amongst the IS profession. The ICIS Conference Proceedings are available for download in the AIS Electronic Library.
More than 50 European professors and lecturers participated in two ERPsim workshops co-organized by Jean-François Michon (HEC Montréal), Prof. Christine Legner (HEC Lausanne) and Dr. Sonja Hecht (TU Munich) at SAP’s Academic Conference in Berlin. The workshops’ goal was to introduce professors to game-based learning with ERPsim. ERPsim comprises a set of business simulations, developped by HEC Montréal, and runs on live SAP ERP systems. Participants make on the spot decisions regarding sales, pricing, product components, marketing investments, cash management, production sequencing and more, all by using the reports and transactions found in SAP. The workshop in Berlin covered a “hands-on” ERPsim session as well as the discussion of teaching experiences and pedagogical strategies for using ERPsim in class.
The BISA research team was present with three papers at the International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS): In the regular track, Professor Christine Legner gave a talk about a “design theory for end-to-end IT demand management” and Andrea Giessmann, doctoral student, presented her empirical study on consumer preferences for platform-as-a-service. Kazem Haki participated in the doctoral consortium with a paper on enterprise architecture management.
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Kazem Haki has been selected to participate in the Doctoral Consortium of the International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS), Orlando 2012, Florida, USA.
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