Calls for Participation
Pre-ICIS Workshop on IT Project Management will be held virtually, Dec 12, 2020 https://icis2020.aisconferences.org/
International Research Workshop on IT Project Management (IRWITPM)
The Special Interest Group for IT Project Management (SIGITPROJMGMT) is proud to sponsor the 15th International Research Workshop on Information Technology Project Management. The workshop will feature research papers and one or more panels that focus on problems that cut across many traditional IS/T Project Management areas, including, but not limited to, the following topics: project success, virtual project management, agile project management, knowledge networks in projects, project management methodologies, distributed project management, project leadership, project quality metrics, project management standards, best practices in project management, and pedagogical issues.
The workshop will be held as an all-day meeting virtually in conjunction with the ICIS 2020. There will be a single track to maximize interaction and participation. Workshop participants will be charged a nominal registration fee (details will be announced as the conference program is finalized).
SUBMISSIONS (may be of three types):
- Completed research papers (< 5000 words, excluding references, tables, and figures)
- Research-in-progress papers (< 3500 words, excluding references, tables, and figures)
- Panel proposals.
- Submission Deadline: September 30, 2020
- Notification of Decision: October 30, 2020
- Revised Manuscripts Deadline: November 15, 2020
The manuscript or proposal and any supporting documentation (such as survey instruments) should be sent as e-mail attachments (in MSWord format) to the IRWITPM Conference Chairs at UNOIRWITPM@mail.unomaha.edu. In your email, please clearly identify your paper as a research-in-progress (RIP) or a completed paper. All submissions to IRWITPM 2020 must represent original work that has not already been published in a journal or conference proceedings. If the work has been presented at another conference or is currently under consideration for publication or presentation elsewhere, the authors must disclose this fact. At least one author for every accepted paper and all members of accepted panels must register for the workshop and be prepared to present their ideas via virtual conferencing. Authors of accepted submissions must address the suggestions (if any) of the reviewers and submit an electronic copy of the final version of their work by the specified deadline. Failure to do so will result in withdrawal of this work from further consideration and it will not be included in the final program. All final papers will be published in the form of e-proceedings available via the AIS eLibrary. Authors should use the following submission template.
For more information, please contact the workshop organizers:
Gerard De Leoz.