AIS SIGDSS Workshop Program, December 15, 2013, Bocconi University, Velodromo Room #25

A Pre-ICIS SIGDSS Workshop on
“Reshaping Society through Analytics, Collaboration,
And Decision Support: Role of BI and Social Media”

Sunday, December 15, 2013
Advance Program
Location: Bocconi University, Velodromo Room #25

8.00 am to 8. 25 am - Workshop Check-in for pre-registrants 
8.30 to 9.30 am –  Welcome and Keynote
Welcome remarks -  Ramesh Sharda, Oklahoma State University.
Keynote Speaker Introduction:  Barbara Dinter, Chemnitz University of Technology, Germany.
Title: "The business intelligence journey at Credito Emiliano S.p.A. and its impact on reshaping 
the bank-customer relationship"
Speaker: Davide Artioli from Credito Emiliano.
9.30 am to 9.45 am – Short Break
9.45 to 10.45  - Session 2 – Completed Research – 1
Session Chair - David Douglas, University of Arkansas
1.	Creating a Data-Driven Global Society, Daniel J. Power, University of Northern Iowa
2.	Agile Supply Chain Decision Support System
Jaehun Lee, Hyunbo Cho, Pohang U of Science and Technology and Yong Seog Kim, Utah State U
3.	A point process framework for predicting popularity of content in online social networks
Amir Hassan Zadeh and Ramesh Sharda, Oklahoma State U
10.45 am to 11.00 am – Short Break
11 to 12 noon - Session 3 – Teaching Track Location: Velodromo - 2nd floor, Room #25
Session Chair - Babita Gupta, California State University, Monterey Bay
1.	TUN Teaching Award Winner presentation - Effective use of Data and Decision Analytics 
to Improve Order Distribution in a Supply Chain, Michelle L.F. Cheong and Murphy Choy, Singapore Management U.
2.	An Online Graduate Certificate Credential Program at the University of Arkansas
Paul Cronan, David Douglas, and Jell Mullins, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, USA
3.	Business Intelligence at Bharti Airtel Ltd – A Case Study
Prabin K. Panigrahi, Indian Institute of Management, Indore, India

12 noon – 1.00 pm – Boxed lunch
1.15 to 2.15 pm – Session 4 – Panel Location: Velodromo - 2nd floor, Room #25
Title: A Swiss-Army Knife? The Profile of a Data Scientist
Moderator: Barbara Dinter, Chemnitz U of Technology, Germany and David Douglas, U of Arkansas, U.S.A
•	Sudha Ram, Eller College of Management at the U of Arizona 
•	Roger Chiang, Carl H. Lindner College of Business, U of Cincinnati. 
•	Detlef Schoder, U of Cologne
•	Francesco Mari, Vice President, Global Head SAP HANA Program – SAP Custom Development 
2.15 pm to 2.30 pm – Short Break
2.30 to 3.30 pm – Session 5 – Completed Research – 2
Session Chair - Lakshmi Iyer, University of North Carolina Greensboro
1.	Membership Reconfiguration in Knowledge Sharing Network: A Simulation Study
Suchul Lee, Pohang U of Science and Technology, Yong Seog Kim, Utah State U and Euiho Suh, Pohang U 
2.	Towards Enhanced Accuracy in Medical Diagnostics - a Technique Utilizing 
Statistical and Clinical Data Analysis in the Context of Ultrasound Images
 Sweta Sneha, Kennesaw State U and Rajeev Agrawal, G.L. Bajaj Institute of Technology and Management
3.	On the Role of Ontologies in Information Extraction: Review and Research Agenda 
Sagnika Sen, Pennsylvania State U, Jie Tao and Amit Deokar, Dakota State University
4.	A Quantitative Approach to Identify Synergistic IT Portfolios
  Ken Pinaire and Surendra Sarnikar, Dakota State U
3.30 pm to 3.45 pm – Short Break
3.45 to 5.00 pm – Session 6 - Research in Progress -  2 Parallel Groups
Group 1.  Session Chair:  Babita Gupta, California State University, Monterey Bay
Location: Velodromo - 2nd floor, Room #25
1.	Towards Attentive In-Store Recommender Systems: Detecting Explorative vs. Goal-oriented Decisions
Jella Pfeiffer, Johannes Gutenberg-U Mainz, Thies Pfeiffer and Martin Meißner, U of Southern Denmark
2.	Market Surveillance DSS: Towards an Explanatory Design Theory
Irina Alic, Georg-August-University
3.	Engaging with Online Crowd: A Flow Theory Approach
C Nguyen, UNO, Onook Oh, U of Warwick, A Alothaim, T de Vreede and Gert Jan de Vreede, UNO
4.	Reconciliation of BI principles and enterprise agility: First Insights into An Empirical Study
Tobias Knabke and Sebastian Olbrich, U of Duisburg-Essen
5.	Revisiting Intelligence for Technology and Innovation Management: An Integrative Review 
and Assessment Model
Giacomo Cattaneo, Boris Battistini and Fredrik Hacklin, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology
Group 2. Session Chair:  Daniel J. Power, U of Northern Iowa
Location: Velodromo - 2nd floor, Room #24
1.	The Impact of Practice Size and Meaningful Use Engagement on the Usage of 
Clinical Decision Support Systems and Practice Productivity
Wencui Han, Raj Sharman, Hina Sidiqqi, Ranjit Singh and Gurdev Singh, State U of New York at Buffalo
2.	Evaluating the Performance of Virtual Worlds for Collaborative Time-Critical Medical Training
Prabal Khanal, Arizona State U, Sainath Parab, Salesforce, Ashish Gupta, U of Tennessee Chattanooga, 
Kanav Kahol, Public Health Foundation of India and Marshall Smith, Banner Health
3.	Design of an Intelligent Patient Decision Aid Based on Individual Decision Making Styles 
and Information Need Preferences
Sergey Motorny and Surendra Sarnikar, Dakota State U 
4.	Modeling Dynamic Organizational Network Structure
Seokwoo Song, Weber State U, and Seong-Hoon Choi, Sangmyung U

5 pm to 5.30 pm – Closing Remarks and Recognitions 
Location: Velodromo - 2nd floor, Room #25 
Lakshmi Iyer, University of North Carolina Greensboro
Daniel J. Power, University of Northern Iowa
Brief SIGDSS Meeting

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