2nd Annual Pre-ICIS Workshop

The Association for Information Systems' Special Interest Group on Cognitive Research (IS-CORE) is pleased to announce its second annual workshop to be held prior to ICIS in Barcelona, Spain.  Many high quality papers were submitted for possible inclusion in the workshop.  Our acceptance rate was less than 30%.  We look forward to lively discussion and debate in Barcelona.  Thanks to all who submitted or reviewed manuscripts on behalf of the workshop.

Date: Sunday 15 December 2002
Time: 10:00-5:30

**Note room change**:

Location: Montjuich Room, Princess Sophia Intercontinental

Registration: It is no longer possible to pre-register on-line.  If you would like to attend, you may register on-site.  If possible, please contact Teresa Shaft (tshaft@ou.edu) prior to the workshop.

Participants: Current list of participants.



Workshop Program

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10:00 - Welcome


10:10 - Invited Paper: Sirkka Jarvenpaa, James L. Bayless/Rauscher Pierce Refsnes, Inc. Chair In Business Administration, University of Texas - Austin.  "Geographic Diversity in Globally Dispersed  Teams: An Empirical Test."    

Abstract / Presentation


11:00 - John T. Nosek.  "Cognitive Model of Collaborative Acts."    

Abstract / Presentation


11:50 - Glenn J. Browne and Mitzi G. Pitts.  "Stopping Rules Use During Information Search in Design Problems."    

Abstract / Presentation


12:35 - Lunch


13:40 - J. Alberto Espinosa, Kathleen M. Carley, Robert E. Kraut, F. Javier Lerch, Susan R. Fussell.  "The Effect of Task Knowledge Similarity and Distribution of Asynchronous Team Coordination and Performance:  Empirical Evidence from Decision Teams."    

Abstract / Presentation


14:30 - Dale L. Goodhue, Stefano Grazioli, Barbara D. Klein.  "Beyond Task/Technology Fit: How Information Technology Affects Performance By Transforming the Task."    

Abstract / Presentation


15:15 - SIG Business - Afternoon Tea


15:50 - Ned Kock.  "Does Media Leanness Really Affect Performance?  A Compensatory Adaptation Perspective."    

Abstract / Presentation


16:40 - Invited Paper: Izak Benbasat, CANADA Research Chair in Information Technology Management, University of British Columbia.   "Understanding the Trust-Building Processes For Recommendation Agents in Electronic Commerce: A Protocol Analysis."    

Abstract / Presentation


17:25 - Closing Comments


Registration Fees:

For SIG Members:

Academic: $85

Student: $65

For Non-SIG Members:

Academic: $95

Students: $75

(Includes $10 SIG membership)

The workshop includes lunch and afternoon tea.


Program Chairs:

Michael Davern

Teresa Shaft

Dov Te'eni