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The main purpose of the workshop is to arrange discussions on using a socio-technical perspective in Information Systems development.

13 June 2016

8.00- 17.00    Registration

19.00- 23.00 Workshop dinner (together with other CAiSE 2016 workshops)

14 June 2016

08.00-9:00 Registration

09:00-10:30 Interactive workshop. What is socio-technical research? Chair:  Stewart Kowalski

  1. Participants introduce themselves (10 min)
  2. Stewart Kowalski. “Historical perspective on socio-technical perspective” (25 min)
  3. Common exercise. “Judging relevance of research to the socio-technical domain”  (25 min)
  4. Brainstorming. “Criteria for judging relevance of research to the socio-technical domain” (30 min)

10.30-11:00 Coffee

11.00-12:30 Presentation session 1. Industrial experience and case studies.  Chair: Gil Regev

  1. Nina Habjan, Tomaž Hovelja and Damjan Vavpotič. “Evaluating ERP as a composition of different functionalities from key stakeholder perspectives” (20 min)
  2. Gorica Tapandjieva, Gil Regev and Alain Wegmann. “SLA: to Sign or Not to Sign” (20 min)
  3. Ilia Bider, Sofia Olsson and Erik Perjons. “Stray lamb – misalignment in a socio-technical structure of an enterprise when transiting to intelligent products” (20 min)
  4. Paola Mauri. “Applying Social and Technical Issues in the Design of Management and Information Systems” (20 min)
  5. Assessing first 4 presentations from the position of criteria from the morning session (10 min)

12.30-14:00 Lunch

14:00-15:30 Presentation session 2. Theory and Teaching.  Chair: Ilia Bider

  1. Hans Weigand, Paul Johannesson and Birger Andersson. “The Value of a Meta Perspective in Social Innovation” (20 min)
  2. Gil Regev, Olivier Hayard, Gaël de Fourmestraux, Alain Geerts and Alain Wegmann. “Introducing Ethnography to IS Practitioners with an Experiential Pedagogy” (20 min)
  3. Naomi Unkelos-Shpigel. “Ace That Game: Educating Students to Gamified Design Thinking”  (20 min)
  4. Shao-Fang Wen. “Hyper Contextual Security Knowledge Management for Open Source Software” (15 min)
  5. Thomas Herrmann, Isa Jahnke and Alexander Nolte. “Evaluating Socio-Technical Systems with Heuristics – a Feasible Approach?” (15 min)

15.30-16:00 Coffee

16:00-17:30 Brainstorming session. How to conduct research and teaching in the socio-technical domain.  Chair: Stewart Kowalski

  1. Assessing last 5 presentations from the position of criteria from the morning session
  2. Fine-tuning the relevance criteria from the morning session
  3. Drafting a curriculum and teaching methods for the socio-tecnical domain
  4. Discussing the future of STPIS