SIG DITE: Designing Engaged Scholarship Publications into DITE Problems
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4/30/2020
When: 04/30/2020
2pm Eastern
Where: Online
United States
Contact: Robert W. Gregory
rg7cv@comm.virginia.edu

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The purpose of the webinar is to present a practical approach to designing publications into DITE real-world problems with higher likelihood of getting published in top journals. The approach is based on modular thinking about the core argument of the research and on relating the argument to the structuring of the publication text. The approach has been used extensively to coach other researchers and to publish own research into DITE problems. The approach is published in L. Mathiassen. Designing Engaged Scholarship: From Real-World Problems to Research Publications. Engaged Management Review. Vol. 1, No. 1, 17-28, 2017 (available online).

About the Presenter
Lars Mathiassen is GRA Eminent Scholar and Professor at The CIS Department, Robinson College of Business, Georgia State University, where he is co-founder of Center for Digital Innovation. Lars has published on digital innovation in MISQ, ISR and other information systems top journals. In addition to leading research through The Center for Digital Innovation, Lars is Academic Director of Robinson’s Executive DBA program that over the past decade has graduated more than 130 doctorates. Currently, Lars holds visiting researcher positions at Olso University, Norway, and Aalborg University, Denmark.

About SIG DITE
SIG DITE was formed in response to the profound changes in information systems that digitization has instigated. New conceptual frameworks have established a strong foundation for research on topics including digital innovation, digital infrastructure, digital artifacts, digital governance, and digital transformation.AIS Members, join SIG DITE: https://aisnet.org/store/ViewProduct.aspx?ID=14531505

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