Program

Note:

Regular research paper presentation is scheduled to max. 20 minutes per paper, all other papers are scheduled to max. 15 minutes per paper. The above limit  does not include discussion which will be organized separately for all papers in the session.

Wednesday, September 11, 2013

11:30 - 13:00 Registration

WED afternoon 13:00-15:00 (conference room RB 212)

  • Official opening 
    Welcome from  university vice rector & conferences chairs
  • Keynote speech: Christian Loesch.
    ICT TODAY AND TOMORROW – SOME ECO-TECHNOLOGICAL ASPECTS AND TRENDS
  • Keynote speech: Pavel Hrabě.
    SERVICE ARCHITECTURE, CLOUD, MOBILITY, CONSUMERIZED IT, ILLNESS AND ADDICTION, HOW MUCH FURTHER WE CAN GO?

Coffee Break 15:00-15:30

WED afternoon 15:30 - 18:00 (conference room RB 213)

  • Nicklas Holmberg, Björn Johansson and Rogerio Atem De Carvalho.
    HOW TO GAIN SYNCHRONIZATION BETWEEN BUSINESS PROCESSES AND ENTERPRISE RESOURCE PLANNING SYSTEMS: A SOA BASED PERSPECTIVE ON ERP IMPLEMENTATION
  • Jie Gong and Charles Møller.
    EXPLORING IT ROLES IN BUSINESS PROCESS INNOVATION – AS A DRIVER OR BARRIER?
  • Oleg Svatoš.
    REGULATED BUSINESS PROCESS MODELING
  • Discussion.
  • Pavel Jašek and Ota Novotný.
    ENHANCING CUSTOMER LIFETIME VALUE WITH PERCEPTUAL MEASURES CONTAINED IN ENTERPRISE INFORMATION SYSTEMS
  • Radek Tahal and Václav Stříteský. 
    BUILDING THE EFFECTIVE LOYALTY PROGRAM
  • Discussion

WED evening 19:00

DINNER AT RESTAURANT ACADEMIC CLUB UNIVERSITY OF ECONOMICS (detail)

Thursday, September 12, 2013 (conference room RB 213)

THU morning 9:00-10:35

  • Debbie Tarenskeen, Stef Joosten and René Bakker. 
    USING AMPERSAND IN IT ARCHITECTURE
  • Martin Hladik.
    THE ROLE OF ENTERPRISE ARCHITECTURE IN ORGANIZATION CHANGE
  • Pavel Hrabe. 
    THE PROPOSAL OF CZECH GEA IMPLEMENTATION
  • Roman Hauptvogel. 
    LIFE-CYCLE MODEL OF DELIVERING IS IN SOA
  • Discussion

Coffee Break 10:35-10:55

THU morning  10:55-12:30

  • Jan Kučera, Dušan Chlapek and Martin Nečaský. 
    LINKED OPEN DATA STAKEHOLDER ROLES
  • Nazli Shahim and Charles Møller. 
    A BETTER INSIGHT INTO IT CONTRIBUTION BY PROCESS LEVEL STRUCTURE A CASE OF STUDY IN ROYAL GREENLAND
  • George Feuerlicht and Eapen George. 
    CLOUD COMPUTING ADOPTION FRAMEWORK
  • Milan Rubeš. 
    COOPERATION MODEL FOR ARCHITECTURE AND INTEGRATION TEAMS
  • Discussion

Lunch 12:30-13:30 (detail)

THU afternoon  13:30-15:30

  • Jan Pour, Jiri Vorisek and Jiri Feuerlicht. 
    MODEL FOR MANAGEMENT OF ENTERPRISE IT: CONSIDERATIONS OF THE IMPACT OF CLOUD COMPUTING
  • Maisa Silva, Ana Paula Costa and Ana Paula Gusmão. 
    COOPERATION ON EIS DEVELOPMENT: THE ROLE OF SOCIAL ASPECTS
  • Christian Leyh, Mario Demez, Matteo Rossetto, Susanne Strahringer and Andre Krischke. 
    SUSTAINABILITY MANAGEMENT AND ITS SOFTWARE SUPPORT IN GERMAN AND ITALIAN LARGE-SCALE ENTERPRISES
  • Andreas Thöni, Lisa Madlberger and Alexander Schatten. 
    TOWARDS A DATA-INTEGRATION APPROACH FOR ENTERPRISE SUSTAINABILITY RISK INFORMATION SYSTEMS
  • David Raber. 
    EVALUATION OF A BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE MATURITY MODEL: THE RELIABILITY PERSPECTIVE
  • Discussion

Coffee Break 15:30-15:50

THU evening 19:00

SOCIAL EVENT AT PRAGUE CITY CENTRE (DINNER IN CHARLES BRIDGE MUSEUM  & BOAT TRIP) (detail)
The Charles Bridge Museum (Muzeum Karlova mostu), Křižovnické náměstí 3, 110 00 Praha 1-Staré Město (Old Town)

Friday, September 13, 2013 (conference room RB 213)

FRI morning 9:00-10:30

  • Tomáš Feige and Martin Potančok. 
    ENTERPRISE SOCIAL NETWORKS AS A TOOL FOR EFFECTIVE COLLABORATION IN HEALTH CARE FACILITIES
  • Klara Antlova. 
    EXPLORING INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION MANAGEMENT IN CZECH HOSPITALS
  • Christian Leyh and Christian Hennig. 
    ERP- AND CAMPUS MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS IN GERMAN HIGHER-EDUCATION INSTITUTES
  • Satish Krishnan and John Lim. 
    BOUNDARY MANAGEMENT IN HRMS REGIONAL (APAC/JAPAN) IMPLEMENTATION
  • Discussion

Coffee Break 10:30-10:50

FRI morning 10:50-13:10

  • Luay Anaya. 
    TOWARDS AN IMPROVED UNDERSTANDING FOR THE BENEFITS REALIZATION FROM ENTERPRISE INFORMATION SYSTEMS
  • Andrey Koryakovskiy and Romanov Victor. 
    USING THE SHORT TIME FORECASTS IN A COMPANY OPERATIONAL ACTIVITY
  • Satish Krishnan and John Lim.
    SIX-FACTOR MODEL FOR SUCCESSFUL ERP PROJECT IMPLEMENTATION FOR DIVERSIFIED INDUSTRIES
  • Martin Dalihod, Stanislava Mildeová and Miroslav Král. 
    SYSTEMS THINKING IN INFORMATICS: A CASE OF COBIT
  • Jan Ministr, Petr Doucek and Lea Nedomova. 
    ADDITION TO CRM OF THE INTERNET DATA SOURCES PROCESSING MODULE IN CORPORATE INFORMATION SYSTEMS FOR SMES
  • Discussion

FRI afternoon 13:10-13:20

Conference closing

Lunch 13:30-14:30 (detail)