The IRIS papers and authors are divided into the following groups. All participants are strongly adviced to download the other papers in his/her group to prepare for the group discussions during the conference. There will not be a formal pre-conference review process.
Please follow the IRIS group guidelines.
Group 1 – Health information systems
Group leader: Susanne Lindberg, Högskolan i Halmstad. Room: 1.
#4: Coaching self-management through analytic textualization
Authors: Alexander Kempton, Miria Grisot and Margunn Aanestad
#12: The Co-Adaptation in National ICT Ecosystems
Authors: Simon Pettersen Nguyen and Masoud Hussein Mahundi
#15: Health Information Systems in Developing Countries: ‘Smart’ for whom?
Authors: Grace Kobusinge and Dina Koutsikouri
#20: Situated Generativity in Value-Guided Digital Infrastructures: A Case from the Norwegian Healthcare Sector
Author: Kristoffer Fossum
#46: Active Ageing with the use of Social Media – a reflective design approach
Author: Klaudia Carcani and Christina Mörtberg
Group 2 – Digital economy
Group leader: Frida Magnusdotter Ivarsson, Göteborgs Universitet. Room: 2a.
#8: An Evaluation Tool for Distributed Work in Professional Service Firms.
Author: Katriina Vartiainen
#10: Survival of the collaborator – A case study of AstraZeneca’s BioVentureHub – the story of the creation of an innovation ecosystem
Author: Frida Magnusdotter Ivarsson
#21: Bitcoin –a social movement maintained currency under attack
Authors: Venkata Marella, Matti Rossi, Tuunainen Virpi and Juho Lindman
#24: Beyond ticketing digitalization? An analysis of a money and ticket passing practice in Ukrainian public transport with learning points from past to future
Author: Bjarne Rerup Schlichter, Laryssa Verhun, Lars Haahr and Ulla Haahr
#41: The Use of Business Intelligence in a Sales Process: Looking at Critical Situations in the Purchase with an Accounting Model
Author: Tobias Christian Fischer
Group 3 – Methodology
Group leader: Mikko Ahonen, Mid Sweden University. Room: 3.
#5: A Two-Dimensional Framework for Classifying Project Management Literature
Authors: Anna Le Gerstrøm Rode, Lise Tordrup Heeager, Peter Andersen and Per Svejvig
#7: Information privacy principles for egovernment in Rwanda: the link between privacy concerns and privacy practices
Author: Mutimukwe Chantal
#33: Designing to archive open data – Case: ISERV e-services project
Authors: Mikko Ahonen
#35: Identification of a need for data representations in Service Design
Author: Cathrine Seidelin, Yvonne Dittrich and Erik Grönvall
#36: The Empire Strikes Back: The end of Agile as we know it?
Author: Jeffry Babb, Jacob Nørbjerg, David Yates and Les Waguespack
#37: Complexions of Iterative Information Systems Development Approaches: Mediation in Chaotic Practices
Author: Magnus Rotvit Perlt Hansen
Group 4 – Technology acceptance
Group leader: Johan Lundin, Göteborgs Universitet. Room: 4.
#16: Digital Didactic Design
Authors: Sara Willermark
#18: Digital participation tools in smart city development – a thesis proposal on the topic of how can citizen participation can be included in digital strategies
Author: Troy Vallé
#27: MAKING SENSE OF SOCIAL MEDIA IMPLEMENTATION – a longitudinal case study of the technological frames of hotel employees
Authors: Karin Högberg and Anna Karin Olsson
#28: In Becoming Smart Museums and Science Centers: Views on the Ongoing Digitalization
Author: Karin Ekman, Jonas Karlén and Alexandra Weilenmann
#30: Why does the expected activity not occur? Mathematics teachers who choose not to digitize their teaching
Author: Marie Utterberg and Johan Lundin
#45: Motivational Factors for IT Compliance with a Mandated IS: the Case of a University
Author: Lise Tordrup Heeager, Anna Boe Eldridge, Camilla Møller Toft and Andrea Carugati
Group 5 – PD/SelfCare
Group leader: Petter Nielsen, University of Oslo. Room: 5 (downstairs).
#19: Utilizing the Space for User Participation: Experiences from a Public Health Project in Uganda
Author: Magnus Li
#22: Factors influencing senior citizens’ acceptance of home assistive technologies in the post-implementation stage: A systematic review of the literature
Authors: Antonios Tsertsidis and Ella Kolkowska
#25: Tool Support for Participant Directed Clinical Work Practice Evaluation
Author: Morten Brandrup
#31: Standardising through software
Author: Olav Poppe, Johan Ivar Sæbø, Petter Nielsen and Terje Aksel Sanner
#32: Routine Health Data: Reflections on Public Availability in Selected Developing Countries
Author: Eric Adu-Gyamfi and Petter Nielsen
#40: Design challenges in clinical practice
Author: Anna Sigridur Islind, Tomas Lindroth and Johan Lundin
Group 6 – Digital Work/Competence/Learning
Group leader: Christina Mörtberg, Linnæus University. Room: Plenary room.
#11: Design-based research as a “smart” methodology for studying learning in the context of work
Authors: Ditte Kolbæk
#13: Exploring information management in academic libraries
Author: Niki Chatzipanagiotou
#34: Competence and Digitalization: A Multimodal Study of Communicators’ Work
Authors: Masood Rangraz, Charlotte Arghavan Shahaei and Dick Stenmark
#38: Seeds of Workplace Learning in Information Systems: A Literature Review
Author: Helena Vallo Hult, Anna Sigridur Islind, Lars-Olof Johansson and Ulrika Lundh Snis
#43: From Digital Fight to Digital Pride in Public Sector: Redefining Professionals’ Roles and Work in Public Sector
Author: Anna Sigridur Islind, Livia Norström and Helena Vallo Hult
#44: Liquid Workplace: The Potential Effect of Virtual Reality on the Nature of Work
Author: Christian Hofma, Michel Avital and Tina Blegind Jensen
Group 7 – Digital Governance
Group leader: Helle Zinner Henriksen, Copenhagen Business School. Room: Plenary room.
#3: A Comprehensive Review of Data Governance Literature
Authors: Olivia Benfeldt
#14: Ambidextrous IT Governance
Author: Peter Andersen, Per Svejvig and Lise Tordrup Heeager
#17: Governing Infrastructures in a Local – Global Perspective – Establishing a Regional Governance Organization for openEHR Archetypes
Authors: Gro-Hilde Ulriksen and Gunnar Ellingsen
#26: Enterprise Architecture in public sector: A systematic literature review focusing on hospitals and governance
Author: Anne Kristin Ajer
#29: Artificial Intelligence and Public Healthcare Service Innovation: A Service Ecosystem Perspective
Author: Tara Qian Sun and Rony Medaglia
Group 8 – Interaction
Group leader: Susanne Stigberg, Østfold University College. Room: 2b.
#6: A Literature Review of Animation in Robot Motion
Authors: Trenton Schulz
#23: Making sense of human-robot encounters
Author: Rebekka Soma
#39: Research on the Use of Scenarios for Mobility Requirements Analysis
Author: Xiaozhou Li, Zheying Zhang and Timo Poranen
#47: (Re-)Framing my research
Author: Diana Saplacan