Program

Information Management Research Practice Seminar

Period:                    Fall 2010 + Spring 2011
Facilitator:            Michel Avital
Language:              English
Location/Time:  University of Amsterdam – M 1.12 (13:00-18:00)
Program:               BENAIS – Doctorate Program in Information Management

Residency. Date*:

  1. 03/09/2010
    Part 1: Orientation and Setting Course
    Part 2: Doctoral Dissertation Development Workshop
  2. 15/10/2010
    Part 1: Knowledge Work
    Part 2: Theory Development and My Next Paper
  3. 12/11/2010
    Part 1: Advances in Decision Support (with Henk Sol)
    Part 2: Article Review
  4. 02/12/2010
    Midyear Symposium:
    Student Presentations
  5. 28/01/2011
    Part 1: Managing Knowledge across Boundaries (with Frantz Rowe)
    Part 2: Developing a Long-Term Research Strategy–The Case of E-government Research (with Chee-Wee Tan)
  6. 18/02/2011
    Part 1: Organizational Development in the Information Age
    Part 2: The state of affairs
  7. 11/03/2011
    Part 1: Generating Meaning and Knowledge with Qualitative Research
    Part 2: Concept Formation in Interpretive Studies (with Sjaak Brinkkemper)
  8. 08/04/2011
    Part 1: Action Research and Design Science: A Janus-Faced View of Action or Siamese Twins?
    Part 2: Research Practice in Action (with Jos van Hillegersberg)
  9. 29/04/2011
    Part 1: Out of the box design
    Part 2: Oh it’s the cows! A new (sociomaterial) perspective on technology, organization and work (with Ard Huizing)
  10. 27/05/2011
    Grand Finale & Ideas Bazaar (location: IJ-kantine)

* Tentative program


Information Management Advanced Research Seminar
Period:                    Fall 2009 + Spring 2010
Facilitator:            Michel Avital
Language:              English
Location/Time:  University of Amsterdam – M 1.12 (13:00-18:00)
Program:               BENAIS – Doctorate Program in Information Management

Residency. Date*:

  1. 08/09/2009
    Part 1: Toward Open-Ended Design (with Matt Germonprez)
    Part 2: Orientation and Setting Course
  2. 16/10/2009:
    Part 1: Writing the Doctoral Dissertation – Panel
    Part 2: Writing the Doctoral Dissertation – Workshop
  3. 13/11/2009
    Part 1: Interactions and interface (with Dov Te’eni)
    Part 2: Design Science Research in Information Systems (with Henk Sol)
  4. 04/12/2009
    Part 1: Open Economy (with Tony Bryant)
    Part 2: Getting your Paper Published (with Philip Powell)
  5. 29/01/2010
    Part 1: Data Matters (with John Wilson)
    Part 2: Paper Development workshop
  6. 19/02/2010
    Part 1:
    A Critical View on Action Research, Design Science, and Participatory Design  (with Claudia Loebbecke)
    Part 2: IS design and Research (with Fons Wijnhoven)
  7. 12/03/2010
    Part 1: Developing and Publishing IS Theory Papers (with Kalle Lyytinen)
    Part 2: Theory Building and Causal Modeling (with Roland Mueller)
  8. 09/04/2010
    Part 1: Success and Failure in Innovation Projects (E0.20)
    Part 2: Research Streams on Innovation Processes: Engineering, Management and Design (with Carlos Osorio)
  9. 21/05/2010
    Part 1: Networks, Collaboration and Innovation (with Peter Gloor)
    Part 2: Social Network Analysis (with Matthias Trier)
  10. 04/06/2010
    Grand Finale (Wilhelmina Dok)


Information Management Fundamentals Seminar

Period:             Spring 2009
Facilitator:     Michel Avital
Language:       English
Location:        University of Amsterdam
Program:         BENAIS – Doctorate Program in Information Management

Residency. Date: Topic

  1. 23/01/09:  Foundations of IS Research
  2. 13/02/09:  Theoretical Foundations of IS Research
    Part 1:  IS Research Approaches
    Part 2:  Theory Building
  3. 27/02/09:  IS Research in Action
    Part 1:  Modeling, Measurement and Operationalizations
    Part 2:  Article Review
  4. 13/03/09:  Systems
    Part 1:  Systems Thinking as a Reference Discipline
    Part 2:  Systems Development
  5. 20/03/09:  IT and Individuals
    Part 1:  User Satisfaction,  Technology Acceptance, and Decision Support
    Part 2:  Computer-Mediated Work and Human-Computer Interaction
  6. 17/04/09:  IT and Organizations
    Part 1:  Strategic and Resource-Based Views
    Part 2:  Constructionist Views
  7. 24/04/09:  Knowledge and Information
    Part 1:  Knowledge Management
    Part 2:  Knowledge Generation and Learning
  8. 15/05/09:  Technological Innovation
    Part 1:  The Source of Innovation
    Part 2:  IT Innovation
  9. 29/05/09:  The New Frontiers
  10. 19/06/09:  Taking Stock and Setting Course
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