Proceedings of the 33rd Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (2000)
Jan. 4, 2000 to Jan. 7, 2000
Hugh J. Watson , University of Georgia
The Organizational Systems and Technology track deals with technologies and their impacts on organizations. This is a broad domain, and not surprisingly, the track has a large number of minitracks that cover a variety of topics. Some of the minitracks, such as data warehousing, creativity in information systems, and competitive strategy, have had long and successful runs at HICCS. Others, such as technology management for doing business in the knowledge base economy and ERP system issues and answers, are new and reflect the changing information systems world.This year the track contains thirteen minitracks. Each minitrack was selected based on a proposal and review process. The papers in the minitracks were all peer reviewed. The minitracks are: 1. Data Warehousing2. ERP System Issues and Answers3. IS in Global Business4. Information Technology and Market Structure5. Information Technology in Developing Countries6. Knowledge/Technology Transfer and Adoption7. Managing the Effectiveness of Emerging Technologies8. Methods and Approaches in Organizational Systems Research9. Project Management10. Strategic and Competitive Information Systems11. Technology Management for Doing Business in the Knowledge Based Economy12. Trends in Outsourcing of Information Services13. Economics and Electronic CommerceI would like to thank the minitrack chairs authors, and referees for their efforts and contributions to the Organizational Systems and Technology track. I would also like to thank the academic, governmental, and business organizations that these individuals are associated for providing them with the resources needed to participate in the track's activities.
H. J. Watson, "Introduction to the Organizational Systems and Technology Track," Proceedings of the 33rd Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences(HICSS), Maui, Hawaii, 2000, pp. 7001.