Track 12: Visionary and interdisciplinary Topics


This track focuses on novel, cutting-edge, interesting ideas that come through diverse intellectual approaches, expertise, and perspectives. The track’s objective is to challenge tired orthodoxy and open new inquiry through innovative theory and findings. It welcomes papers that revisit familiar topics in a new way, provide alternative interpretations of prevailing thought, or question fundamental but established assumptions including new or unconventional ways of thinking, doing, and communicating scholarly work. It also relates to novelty with respect to epistemological perspectives, research methods, semantic framing, and literary styles.

Genuine visionary ideas and interdisciplinary contributions are only evident if carefully argued. Papers submitted to this track should get the attention of readers, be clear in their exposition and implications, and stand a good chance of getting readers to say, "Wow, that's interesting; I would never have thought of that!". The novelty of the ideas and contributions is important, of course, but submissions should inspire further research. Visionary ideas and interdisciplinary contributions must be described clearly, logically, and in sufficient depth for their breakthrough impact to be clear. Authors should explicate their ideas, the importance of those ideas, and the value of those ideas for future research as well as for enterprise and society.

Topics
  • Grand Challenges and Cross-Disciplinary Issues
  • Management of large projects and Failure Analysis
  • Digital Technologies and their Acceptance in Education and Training
  • Economic Impact of Business and Information Systems Engineering for Geographical Regions
  • Cultural Aspects of Information Technology Usage
  • Value Creation, Economics and Benefits of Information Technology
  • Introduction, Management and Maturity of Information Technology
  • Smart Information Technology Architectures
  • New Legal Challenges for Information Technology
  • Digital Scenarios for Third-Party Participation in Politics and Public Administration
  • Social Influence of Business and Information Systems Engineering
  • Complexity and Usability as Key Success Factors
  • Agenda Setting, Fashion Waves, Trends and Futurology
Track Chairs
Prof. Dr. Karlheinz Kautz, University of Wollongong, Australia
Prof. Dr. Markus Nüttgens, Universität Hamburg, Germany

Program Committee
Prof. Dr. Werner Esswein, Technische Universität Dresden, Germany
Dr. Michael Fellmann, Osnabrück University, Germany
Fernand Feltz, CRP - Gabriel Lippmann, Luxemburg
Prof. Dr. Rony Flatscher , Vienna University of Economics and Business, Austria
Prof. Dr. Gilbert Fridgen, University of Bayreuth, Germany
Prof. Dr. Andreas Gadatsch, Bonn-Rhein-Sieg University of Applied Sciences, Germany
Prof. Dr. Felix Hampe, University of Koblenz-Landau, Germany
Prof. Dr. Erik G. Hansen, Leuphana University Lüneburg, Germany
Prof. Dr. Frank Hogrebe , Hessische Hochschule für Polizei und Verwaltung, Germany
Dr. Agnes Koschmider, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany
Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Maaß, Saarland University, Germany
Prof. Dr. Peter Mertens, Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany
Prof. Dr. Jürgen Moormann, Frankfurt School of Finance and Management, Germany
Prof. Dr. Volker Nissen, Technische Universität Ilmenau, Germany
Prof. Dr. Manfred Reichert, Ulm University, Germany
Prof. Dr. Christoph Rosenkranz, University of Cologne, Germany
Dr. Nadine Rosenkranz, Jungheinrich AG, Germany
Prof. Dr. Frank Rump, University of Applied Sciences Emden-Leer, Germany
Jun.-Prof. Dr. Mario Schaarschmidt, University of Koblenz-Landau, Germany
Prof. Dr. Gottfried Vossen, University of Münster, Germany
 
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