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GITMA 2011 - 12th Global Information Technology Management



VenueLas Vegas, USA - United States USA - United States



Topics/Call fo Papers

GITMA Conference
" The GITMA conference started with a strong focus that continues today. It brings researchers, educators and practitioners together from around the world and fosters an atmosphere conducive to the supportive presentation of emerging and mature research ideas." (Barry Shore, Previous Program Chair)

This conference provides a unique opportunity to all IT educators, researchers, and practitioners from all countries to get together to network, develop lasting relationships, and exchange ideas. The clear strength is the international participation and the following people should attend:

- Educators, researchers, and practitioners from North America (including US, Mexico, and Canada.
- Educators, researchers, and practitioners from all other parts of the world, including developed, developing, and under-developed nations.
- Educators, researchers, and practitioners doing work in all areas of Global IT Management.

Track Chair

Brief Track Description

Track Title
CEO and CIO interaction in international IT
CEO/CIO issues in IT
K. Lowe
The role of culture in development, adoption, diffusion, deployment and use of international IT
Cross-cultural Issues in IT
L. Iandoli
Decision support systems and knowledge management
DSS and KM
A. and P. Kumar
The use of the internet and similar networks to support learning and education
L. Iyer
Development, adoptino, diffusion, deployment and use of electrnoic medical and health records
Electronic Medical and Health Records
K. Patten
Advanced inter- and intra-net applications to support the extended and enhanced organization
Enterprise 2.0
C. Romm-Livermore and P. Rippa
Issues around the use of electronic media and digital technologies in various political systems.
V. Kleist
How gender interacts with IT development, deployment and use.
Gender Issues in IT
P. Praveen
The use of the Internet and similar networks to support global business
Global Electronic Commerce
P. Licker
Developing measures for the diffusion and penetration of information systems globally
Global IT Index
Issues around the use of information to confuse or distract; information as a weapon
"Grey" Information and Disinformation
L. Zhu
The development, deployment and use of ICTs in third-world, developing economies
ICT in Emerging Economies
Implications of cloud computing for management and users of IT
Implications of the Cloud
V. Kleist
Developing and using measures to improve information security
Information Security Assurance Management
A. Sulaiman
The adoption, diffusion and implementation of global information technology solutions
IT adoption, diffusion and implementation
G. Capaldo and P. Rippa
Issues around how IT changes organizational activities and how to manage that change
IT and Change Management
N. Baqir
The effects of ICT on democratic institutions and values globally and nationally
IT and Democracy
C. Basu
The development and deployment of IT to advance social causes
IT for Social Causes
N. Baqir
How IT can be developed and deployed to achieve sustainable ends and how IT itself can be sustained
IT for sustainability
Berhan, Dino, Medlin
The development, adoption, diffusion, and use of IT in Africa
IT in Africa
X. Zhao and
L. Xue
The development, adoption, diffusion and use of IT in China
IT in China
H.A. Seyal
The development, adoption, diffusion and use of IT in Asia, particularly Southeast and southern Asia
IT in Asia
E. Winston
The development, adoption, diffusion, deployment and use of IT to support health care initiatives and businesses
IT in Health Care
N. Baqir
The development, adoption, diffusion, deployment and use of IT to support the hospitality industry
IT in the Hospitality Industry
H.A. Seyal
The development, adoption, diffusion and use of IT in South America
IT in South America
J. Ghosh
Issues around outsourcing and more particularly offshoring of IT activities
V. Maracine, E. Scarlat
Issues and theory around knowledge deployment in business, education and healthcare
Knowledge Ecology
A. Cater-Steel
Issues around the post-implementation deployment and use of IT among users
Post-Implementation Issues
K. Patten
Examination of effects and causes of social networks built on Web 2.0 and other technologies
Social Networking
M. Raisinghani
Developing and deploying strategic applications of IT globally
Strategic Apps of Global IT

In addition, there will be several panels, workshops, and keynote speakers.

Journal Publication
Papers judged as high quality by the reviewers will be further considered for publication on an expedited basis in the Journal of Global Information Technology Management (JGITM), Journal of Information Technology Cases & Applications Research (JITCAR), and Journal of Information Privacy and Security (JIPS).

November 15, 2010.

Please set your Word file as follows: A4 page (alternatively US Letter) with 2,54 cm margins (top, bottom, right, left); main text should be Times New Roman 12 pt, double spaced.

Proposals should be as long as follows:
- Full paper
approx 20-25 pages

- Extended abstracts
approx 2-4 pages

- Panel & Workshop
approx 1-2 pages
REVIEWING Papers will be peer-reviewed by a double-blind system (where authors do not know the reviewers).

Last modified: 2011-02-13 18:55:18