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Tuesday 19 March


UKAIS
2013
Conference
Programme

Worcester
College
,

University of
Oxford


09:00


10:00


Registration



09:45


10:00


Welcome from Conference Chairs


Dr
Laurence Brooks,

Prof David

Wainwright & Prof David Wastell



10:00


11:00




Keynote Address

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Prof Wendy Currie

Audencia Nantes School of Management, France

The TEMPEST Model


Chair: Prof David Wastell

Linbury

Building



11:00


11:30


Morning refreshments break


Venues

Linbury


Chair:

Rachel McLean

Morley Fletcher Room


Chair:

Neil Doherty

Nuffield


Chair:

Liz Daniel

Memorial

Room


Chair:

Guy Fitzgerald

11:30


12:00



A Case Study of a Practitioner
Researcher in Information Systems
Development

Peter Wendorff



The
Implementation Of
IS
/
IT
Projects In Service
-
Centric
Organisations

Udechukwu Ojiako, Stuart
Maguire, Stamati Teta, Thanos
Papadopoulos, Alasdair
Marshall, Melanie Ashleigh and
Max Chipulu



The Impact Of Top Management
Support On The Perceived IS
Value


Should We Focus On The
Partnership?

Anton Manfreda and Mojca
Indihar Štemberger



Is Capabilities For Supporting Post
Crisis Regulatory Compliance

Daniel Gozman and Wendy Currie


12:00


12:30


Raising Awareness In Distributed
Agile Development
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A Case
Study
Perspective

Sunila Modi, Pamela Abbott and
Steve Counsell



A Social Capital Dimensional
Approach To Business
-
IT Alignment

Siân Miller, Yogesh Dwivedi and
Mike Williams



Examining Factors Affecting
Adoption Of Online Public
Grievance Redressal Syste
m: A
Case Of India

Nripendra Rana, Michael
Williams and Yogesh Dwivedi



Implications of Internet Governance
Issues for the end Users

Brian Cusack and Fuad Baloch



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13:00



A Tale Of Two Agile
Implementations: A Cross
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Case
Exploratory Analysis

Nancy Russo, Siamak Shams
and Guy Fitzgerald



Strategic Alignment: Exploring The
Role Of National Culture

Godfried B. Adaba and David W.
Wilson



Systematic Literature Review:
Taxonomy of Services In E
-
Government

Muneer Nasir



The Relevance Of Specific C
SFs For
Stakeholders During ERP

Implementation: An Empirical Study
From Oman

Hamed Al
-
Hinai, Helen Edwards
and Lynne Humphries



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14:00


Lunch to be served in the dining hall


14:00


15:00


Keynote Address 2



Prof Terry Young

Department of
Information Systems and Computing, Brunel University

A role for modelling in changing care delivery


Chair: Prof David Wainwright

Linbury

Building



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5
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Afternoon Refreshment Break


Venues

Linbury


Chair
: Yogesh Dwivedi

Morley Fletcher Room


Chair:

Helen Edwards

Nuffield


Chair:

David Wastell

Memorial Room


Chair:

Gelareh Roushan


15:30


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ICTs and Social Movements
U
nder
Authoritarian Regimes: An Actor
-
Network Perspective

Richard Heeks and Ryoung
Seo
-
Zindy



Extending UTAUT2 To Explore

Consu
mer Adoption Of Mobile
Payments

Emma L Slade, Michael Williams
and Yogesh Dwivedi



Theorizing Data, Information and
Knowledge
Constructs And Their
Inter
-
Relationship For Effective
Data Analytics

Martin Douglas and Joe
Peppard



Identifying E
-
Learning
C
apabilities
and
C
ompetences

Julian Sims, Philip Powell and
Richard Vidgen

Fiz

16:00


16
:30




Examining Role of Usefulness,
Ease of Use and Social Influence
on Jordanian Citizen’s Intention
to Adopt E
-
Government

Mohammad Alryalat,

Yogesh
Dwivedi, Michael Williams and
Nripendra Rana



Conceptual Model For Examining The
Adoption And Success Of Human
Resource Information Systems In
Public Sector Organisations In Saudi
Arabia

Wassan Al
-
Khowaiter, Yogesh
Dwivedi and Michael Williams



C
loud
C
omputing
A
doption in
Greece

Yazn Alshamaila, Savvas
Papagiannidis and Teta Stamati



Vision and Strategic Information
Systems Planning in the UK HE
Sector

James Hayward



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Power and the Purpose of
Information Systems: Lessons
from
Lost Civilisations

Neil McBride



Evaluation Of Online Competitor
Performance In The Mexican Bank
Market Using Panel Data

Christopher Holland and M
aria
Manuela Gutierrez
-
Leefmans



Five Paradigms Of Information
System Use: Affirmation, Critique
And
Enrichment

Sina Joneidy and Andrew
Basden


[Short Paper]

Investigating Barriers to Trust in
Mobile Devices

Jiten Makan, Maria Kutar and
Hussain Azham


[Short Paper]

Facts, Myths And Thought
-
Styles: A
Rant

David Wastell


17:30
-

18:00


CPIS/HEA Report

on the State of IS in Higher Education

Prof Frank Stowell
and

Steve Probert


Chair: Prof David Wastell

Linbury

Building



18:00


19:00


UKAIS Annual General Meeting

All current and new UKAIS members are welcome to attend.

Linbury Building



19:00


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Free time for delegates to prepare for dinner



20:00


01:00


Conference Dinner followed by entertainment in the Bar





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Wednesday 20
March


UKAIS 2013 Conference Programme

Worcester College Oxford


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09:00



Breakfast served in the Hall for Residential Delegates


09:00


10:30



Registration

09:00


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Keynote Address

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Martin
Gollogly

Global
Manager, Branding, Social Media, Apps and

Partner Engagement, University Alliances Director, SAP AG

SAP
Social Media Strategy
a
nd Community Engagement


Chair: Prof Ray Paul

Linbury

Building


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Morning refreshments


Venues

Linbury


Chair:

Chris Holland

Morley Fletcher Room


Chair:

Mike Chiasson

Nuffield


Chair:

Ann Latham

Memorial Room


Chair:

Yogesh Dwivedi

10:
30



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Engineering And Pilot Proxy
Evaluation Of A Spoken Web
Enabled Care Management
Platform

Rema Padman, Erika Beam,
Rachel Szewczyk, Arun Kumar,
Sheetal Agarwal, Monia Puri,
Meghna Singh, Amit Nanavati
and Pawan Khera



The Earning Power Of Likes And
Tweets: An Evaluation Of The Use Of
Social Media In Marketing In The
UAE

Swapna Koshy



Isomorphic Processes in ERP
Adopt
ion by Indian Medium
-
sized
Firms

Seema Sharma and Elizabeth
Daniel



[Short Paper]

Aligning Teaching Strategies With
Available Resources

Frank Ulbrich and Thuyuyen H.
Nguyen


[Short Paper]

Academic Analytics In Quality
Assurance Using Organisational
Analytical Capabilities

Phelim Murnion and Markus
Helfert



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Wednesday 20
March

1
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Physician’s Usage Of Mobile
Clinical Applications In A
Community Hospital: A
Longitudinal Analysis Of Adoption
Behavior

Haijing Hao, Rema Padman
and Rahul Telang



Understanding
Why Youths Love
Facebook: Integrating Maslow’s
Hierarchy Of Needs And Uses And
Gratifications

Mathupayas Thongmak



Dynamic Capabilities Approach To
Information Communication
Technology Adoption In
SMEs

Sunday Eze


[Short Paper]

An Investigation of the
Effect of
Malicious Manipulations on Prediction
Market Performance

Patrick Buckley, Fergal O Brien
and Fergal McGrath


[Short Paper]

A Technique For Timeliness
Measurement In Information
Manufacturing System (IMS)

Mohammad Shamsul Islam and
Markus
Helfert


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:
30



12:
00



Bu
siness Intelligence in NHS
Wales

Said Akhtar Shadi and Navonil
Mustafee



Combating Social Exclusion Of Young
People With I
CT

Applications

Hannakaisa Isomaki and Marjo
Kuronen



IT strategy in Singapore: the
Case of Small and
Medium Sized
Enterprises in Singapore.

Kaushik Pandya


[Short Paper]

Value Creation And Capture With
Cloud Computing: A Theoretical
Framework

Trevor Clohessy and Thomas Acton


[Short Paper]

(Re)Negotiating Fictions, Promises and
Realities during
Information Systems
Projects

Mike Chiasson


12:00

-

12:30


Using Mobile Technology to
Facilitate the Health Agenda in
Nigeria: Issues and Opportunities

Chioma Ezenwa and Laurence
Brooks



Older People and Online Social
Interactions: An Empirical
Investigation

Elizabeth Hartnett, Shailey
Minocha, Jane Palmer, Marian
Petre, Shirley Evans, Christopher
Paul Middup, Kathryn Dunn,
Brendan Murphy, Tania Heap and
Dave Roberts



Impact Of Changing
Business
Processes And Implementing
Computerised Systems On A
Small Business’ Customer
Relationships


A 2 Year Case
Study On A Micro
-
Organisation

Emma
-
Jane Phillips


[Short Paper]

Dubai Police: Strategic Ontological
Police Force Knowledge Management
Framework (SOPFKMf)

Khamis Almuhairi


[Short Paper]

The Information Management and
Technology Strategy of the UK
National Health Service: Quo Vadis?

David Wainwright and Teresa
Waring


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Lunch to be served in the dining hall



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13:30



14:30


Plenary


Prof Mike Pidd

Lancaster University Management School
/

Chair
of
REF 2014 Business and Management

Studies

Panel

REF
2014


Chair Prof Ray Paul

Linbury

Building




14:30
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14:45


Afternoon Refreshment Break



Venues

Linbury


Chair:

Laurence Brooks

Morley Fletcher Room


Chair:

Dave Hagan

Nuffield


Chair:

David Wainwright

Memorial Room


Chair:

Gill Green

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Initial trust formation in a SaaS
context

James Stacey, Andreas
Schroeder and Deba Bardhan
Correia



Case Study On
The Innovative
Change To Business Processes
Within The Police And Private
Insurance Sector In Relation To
Impounded Vehicles.

Emma
-
Jane Phillips, Peter
Phillips and Mark Hurrell



Towards a Mech
-
Organic
Perspective for Knowledge
Sharing Networks in
Organiz
ations

Liaquat Hossain, Simon Reay
Atkinson, Michael D’eredita,
Rolf T. Wigand and Sven
Carlsson


[Short Paper]

IT


Driven Organizational
Transformation Of Traditional Banks In
India


A Case Study

Roy Joshua and Radhakrishna
Pillai


[Short Paper]

The Use of Social Media to Attract
Generation Y in Organisations

Hanan Faour and Aleksej Heinze


1
5
:
15



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:
45



Organising Visions And The
Dynamics Of Community
Stakeholder Groups In The NPfIT

Miria Koshy, Gerry McGivern
and Jonathan Tritter



Role Of
Innovation Attributes In
Explaining Intention And Adoption:
A Case Of The IRCTC Mobile
Ticketing Application In The Indian
Context

Kawal Kapoor, Yogesh Dwivedi
and Michael Williams



Knowledge Diffusion via
AUTomated Organizational
CARTography [AUTOCART]

Mounir Kehal


[Short Paper]

Social Media In Europe: Lessons From
An Online Survey

Satu Aaltonen, Christina Kakderi,
Ver
ena Hausmann and Aleksej
Heinze


[Short Paper]

Social Media Monitoring Visualisatio
n:
What Do We Have To Look For?

Christopher
Hackett, Gordon
Fletcher and Aleksej Heinze



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Wednesday 20
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45

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UKAIS/IMIS
Accreditation

of
Degree Programmes

Aleksej Heinze, Dave
Wainwright



[Short Paper]

Cradle to Cradle for End
-
user
Computing Devices in Business

Sean Cullinan and Hilary
Berger


[Short
Paper]

An Extension Of The UTAUT 2 In A
Healthcare Context

Danny Sudbury, Asad Saeed,
Uzoma Nnajiuba, Abirami
Murugesh
-
Warren, Soudeh
Mashayekhi, Sandeep Dubb, Shadi
Abdel
-
Gadir, Jochem Caris and
Benita Cox


[Short Paper]

From IT Development to IT
Expl
oitation



Shifting the
Research Agenda

Neil Doherty and Crispin
Coombs


[Short Paper]

Understanding Physicians’ Adoption of
EMR: An Extended Technology
Acceptance Model the Case of: Jordan

Ahmad Al
-
Adwan and Hilary
Berger


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Panel

eGovPoliNet
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The IS
Community in Policy
-
Making (a
nd Government)

Laurence Brooks, Marijn Janssen, Panos Panagiotopoulos, Natasha Papazafeiropoulou

Linbury Building


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Closing Remarks

Linbury Building




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Useful Information



Worcester College


Worcester is one of the 38 constituent colleges of the University of Oxford. Founded in 1714, it
occupies a 26 acre site on the western side of the city where the Benedictines first founded
Gloucester Col
lege in 1283.


SECURITY

The Porter’s Lodge is manned 24 hours a day.

The Duty Porter should be contacted immediately
in the case of any security problems. In any emergency please contact the Lodge (telephone
number (2)78300).

If for any reason this is not
possible, please note that the emergency number
in the United Kingdom is 999.


FIRE PROCEDURES

Each room has a notice showing the nearest fire exit. Worcester College Security Staff are
familiar with our fire procedures.

IN THE EVENT OF ANY INCIDENT PLEASE

INFORM THE LODGE
IMMEDIATELY


INTERNET ACCESS

On arrival you will be given your own user name, instructio
ns and password for logging on.
Your
room is fitted with an ethernet point and you may use the connection in your room to

connect to
the University
visitor network, internet, email and other services. Please note, WIFI is no
t
available in your bedroom.
Ethernet cables are available from your

programme office for a small
fee.


ACCESS CARDS

In order to gain access to the College and its accommodation bl
ocks you have been supplied with
an access card. Please be aware that if you lose your card a replacement fee of GBP 5.00 will be
required.


SPORTS FACILITIES

You are welcome to use the sports facilities available at Worcester College (playing fields and
tennis courts).

Please note the tennis courts have to be booked; this is done in the Porter’s Lodge
and you will require your own tennis racquet.

If you would like to use the gym you will need to
sign a liability disclaimer form which you can do at the Por
ter’s Lodge.


COLD DRINKS MACHINE

This is situated by the entrance to the Cellar Bar.

It offers a variety of cold drinks, priced at 60p
each.


SMOKING

Smoking is not prohibited inside Worcester College. This includes all College rooms, teaching
rooms, stud
y
-
bedrooms, corridors, Cellar Bar and Cloisters. Smoking is only permitted outside of
the College buildings.

Ashtrays are provided for the disposal of cigarette stubs.


WORCESTER COLLEGE GARDENS AND LAKE

Worcester College is set in magnificent gardens whic
h we hope you will enjoy during your stay
with us.

If you get the time, do take a look at the newly built bridge and weir which is located at
the edge of the lake at the bottom of the gardens.

Please be aware that the lake is of varying
depths so please be

cautious when walking around.