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2nd International Conference on Information Management and Evaluation

Academic Conferences - 2nd International Conference on Information Management and Evaluation
Academic Conferences

By : Academic Conferences Limited

Date : 2011

Location : Canada / Toronto

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ICIME aims to bring together individuals researching and working in the broad field of information management, including information technology evaluation.

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information management, information evaluation, information technology, information management proceedings

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2nd International Conference on Information Management and Evaluation

Company Description : Includes the procedings and research papers of the 2nd International Conference on Information Management and Evaluation as per the description.

Product Type : Academic Proceedings

Author : Kenneth Grant

PDF 592p

Languages : English

Following on from the continued success of the European Conference on Information Management and Evaluation, we are delighted at the Ted Rogers School of Management, Ryerson University was able to host the 2nd International Conference on Information Management and Evaluation (ICIME 2011).

 

ICIME aims to brings together individuals researching and working in the broad field of information management, including information technology evaluation.

 

This year’s opening keynote address was delivered by Dr Catherine Middleton, Ted Rogers School of Information Technology Management, Ryerson University, Toronto, Canada.


A second keynote address on day two was delivered by Gary Davenport, Vice-President of Information Technology, AllStream Inc, Canada.

 

ICIME 2011 received an initial submission of 180 abstracts. Of this 65 papers have been accepted for these Conference Proceedings as a result of the double blind, peer review process of full paper submissions.

 

These papers come from all parts of the world including Australia, Canada, India, Iran, Italy, Japan, Malaysia, Morocco, Nigeria, Pakistan, Portugal, South Africa, Sri Lanka, Sweden, Thailand, Taiwan, the United Kingdom, the United States of America Zambia and Zimbabwe.

 

Paper Title

Author(s)

Guide

Page

Page

No.

Preface

 

 

ix

Biographies of Conference Chairs, Programme Chair, Keynote Speaker and Mini-track Chairs

 

 

x

Biographies of contributing authors

 

 

xi

Performance Management of the NHS’ Mental Health Care Service Delivery in England: The Role of the Service’ Actors’ (Clients) Collaboration Through Dialogism

Kwesi Korsa Aggrey

1

1

The Acceptance and Use of Educational Technology in Kingdom of Bahrain

Jaflah Al-Ammary

2

9

Comparison of Feature Selection Techniques Using Fully-Controlled Simulation-Based Datasets

Suzan Arslanturk, Mohammad Siadat, Theophilus Ogunyemi , Ishwar Sethi and Ananias Diokno

3

18

A Delphi-Multi-Criteria Decision Making Approach in the Selection of an Enterprise-Wide Integration Strategy

Tridip Bardhan, James Ngeru, and Richard Pitts

4

24

Selection, Implementation and Post Production of an ERP System

Imran Batada and Asmita Rahman

5

38

Evolution of eProcurement Model in the Italian Public Sector: From Government Centralisation to Regional Delocalisation

Clara Benevolo and Renata Paola Dameri

6

45

ICTs as Weapons of Mass Interaction - Motivations and Implications of Mediated Control

Kofi Agyenim Boateng

6

54

Investigating the Factors Inhibiting SMEs from Recognizing and Measuring Losses From Cyber Crime in South Africa

Gino Bougaardt and Michael Kyobe

7

62

Sharing Knowledge – The CoP way

Sheryl Buckley and Apostolos Giannakopoulos

8

72

An Empirical Framework of key Success Factors for Software Process Improvement

Nuntarat Bunditwongrat, Mathupayas Thongmak and Atcharawan Ngarmyarn

9

82

Assessing Information Management Competencies in Organisations

Andy Bytheway

10

91

A Semiotic Approach to Analyse the Influencing Factors in Knowledge Transfer

Supaporn Chai-Arayalert and Keiichi Nakata

10

103

Exploring the Emotional Exhaustion of Healthcare Providers Using an In-Hospital Employee Communication Network

Cheng-Yi Chiang, Ya-Ying Kuo, Ying-Hui Hou and I-Chiu Chang

11

112

The Implementation of RSS-Based Clinical Reminders

Wen-Chou Ch, Chia-Hsien Wen, Sek-Kwong Poon and Shih-Che Huang3

12

120

Factors Determining the Adoption of ICTs in Healthcare Service Delivery: A Developing Country Context

Taurai Chikotie, Jonathan Oni and Vesper Owei

12

127

Evaluation of Application Embedded Knowledge Migration Issues

Mitchell Cochran

13

134

Motivations for IT Outsourcing in Public Sector Local Government

Michael Cox, Martyn Roberts and John Walton

14

141

Documenting Innovation: A Methodological Proposal and Application

Stefano De Falco

15

150

Legal, Privacy, Security, Access and Regulatory Issues in Cloud Computing

Nomusa Dlodlo

16

161

Interoperability Monitoring for eGovernment Service Delivery Based on Enterprise Architecture

Badr Elmir, Nabil Alrajeh and Bouchaib Bounabat

17

169

Enterprise Resource Planning Implementation Differences Within the Same Methodology - Case Study From West Europe and Turkey

Turan Erman Erkan

18

181

A Meta-Analysis of how the Adoption of Innovative Web 2.0 Tools Like Digital Business Ecosystems can Lead to Improved SME Collaboration

Francesc Estanyol

19

187

Ideas About Profitability in Research and Development and the Selective Pressure From Management Accounting

Albrecht Fritzsche

20

196

Case Study on Information Evaluation by GIS for Aging Society Urban Planning: GIS Application on Urban Planning-

Hiroatsu Fukuda, Yupeng Wang and Kiyoshi Shinriki

21

204

Distortion Free Algorithm to Handle Secondary Watermark Attack in Relational Databases

Sajid Iqbal, Azhar Rauf, Huma Javed and Shabir Ahmad

22

214

Engineering Change Through the Domains of Enterprise Architecture

Tiko Iyamu

23

222

Evaluating Interoperability Artifacts for the Exchange of Public Service Information: Outline of a Conceptual Framework

Veit Jahns

23

231

Free and Open Source Software for Public Sector Enterprise Applications in Sri Lanka

Srimal Jayawardena and Gihan Dias

24

239

Evaluating the Success of Customer Relationship Management (CRM) Systems

Farnoosh Khodakarami and Yolande Chan

25

253

Toward a Novel Methodology for IT Strategic Planning

Mouhsine Lakhdissi and Bouchaib Bounabat

26

263

Applying an Innovative Information System to Improve the Effects of Community Health Promotion

Chih-Yu Lin, Wen-Yu Ho, Chia-Hsien Wen and Hui-Mei Hsu

27

274

Information Security Practices in Zambian Copper Mines: An Investigation Into the State-of-Practice of Information Security Within Zambian Copper Mines Based on the ISO/IEC 27002 Standard

Chishala Lukwesa and Christopher Upfold

28

281

Proposing an Optimized Change Management Process by Analyzing ITSM Frameworks

Negar Madani, Ali Suzangar, Mohamad Kajbaf, Shirin Nasher and Mehrdad Kalantarian

29

291

The use of RFID and Web 2.0 Technologies to Improve Inventory Management in South African Enterprises

Sizakele Mathaba, Nomusa Dlodlo, Quentin Williams and Mathew Adigun

30

300

Modeling the Genetic Schemes of Human Memory Information in the Process of Production and Reparation of Knowledge

Fatemeh Mohammadi, Tahereh Mohammadi and Bahram Rezaie

31

308

Copyright Protection for GIS Vector Map Based on Wavelet Transform

Amer Sedeeq Mustafa

32

317

Evaluation of IT Investment Methods and Proposing a Decision Making Model

Shirin Nasher, Mehrdad Kalantarian, Ahmad Akbari, Ali Suzangar, Mohammad Kajbaf and Negar Madani

32

324

Critical Factors in the use of Mobile Learning by “Digital Natives” on Portuguese Teaching

Mário Carrilho Negas and Paulo Ramos

33

333

A Framework for Information Systems Innovation: A Case of Competitive Intelligence in Organisations

Phathutshedzo Nemutanzhela and Tiko Iyamu

34

341

RFID: A Review of its Relevance and Application in South African Retailing Systems

Jonathan Oni, Edward Dakora and Vesper Owei

35

351

Towards a Comprehensive Evaluation Framework for ICT for Development Evaluation – an Analysis of Evaluation Frameworks

Caroline Pade-Khene and Dave Sewry

35

360

User Adoption of the New Health Information System - Individual and Organizational Determinants

Bahlol Rahimi

36

370

Relationship Between Organizational Factors and RFID Adoption in Iranian Gas Company Central Warehouses

Farnaz Rahimi and Gholamabas Arabshahi

37

378

Business Intelligence as Decision Support in Business Processes: An Empirical Investigation

Ari Riabacke, Aron Larsson and Mats Danielson

38

384

Assessing Future Value of Investments in Security-Related IT Governance Control Objectives – Surveying IT Professionals

Waldo Rocha Flores, Teodor Sommestad, Hannes Holm and Mathias Ekstedt

38

393

Evaluation Information Extraction for Health Text Categories Using C4.5 and Naïve Bayes

Klaokanlaya Silachan and Panjai Tantasanawong

39

403

Optimizing Information Technology Value Governance Framework Based on Val IT

Ali Suzangar, Mehrdad Kalantarian , Shirin Nasher , Mohammad Kajbaf and Negar Madani

40

412

Developing an Outpatient Electronic Medical Record System in Taiwan From a Physicians’ Perspective

Hsiao-Ting Tseng, Pei-Ting Chang and Ray Chang

41

420

MTN Foundation's Digital Library Project in Nigerian Universities: An Evaluative Study

Ngozi Blessing Ukachi

42

428

Cloud Computing-Based IT Solutions for Organizations With Multiregional Branch Offices

Harris Wang

43

435

Case Study on Information Evaluation by GIS for Aging Society Urban Planning: Information Evaluation of Shrinking Cities

Yupeng Wang, Hiroatsu Fukuda and Kiyoshi Shinriki

43

441

The Impact of Software Test Constraints on Software Test Effectiveness

Grafton Whyte and Donovan Lindsay Mulder

44

450

Strategic Considerations for the Effective Mapping of Educational Technology to Academic Outcomes

Hossein Zadeh, Arthur Shelley and Rod McCrohan

45

461

PhD Research Papers

47

471

Evaluating the Performance of ERP Systems in Saudi Arabian Higher Education: A Stakeholders’ Perspective

Mona Althonayan and Anastasia Papazafeiropoulou

49

473

The Benefits of ICT Adoption: An Empirical Study of Nigerian SMEs

Idisemi Apulu and Ann Latham

50

483

Establishing the Suitability of Dynamic Web Applications Development Platforms for Learning web Techniques in Tertiary Institutions

Johnson Dehinbo

50

492

Human Resources Transformation Beyond Boundaries in Outsourcing Business Model s- Expatriate Benchmarking

Swathi Duppada and Rama Chandra Aryasri

51

502

The Diffusion of Mobile Phones for Business and Information Management in Kenya

Wakari Gikenye

52

511

Querying DTI Analysis Results Within Deep Perisylvian Area

Sarmad Istephan and Mohammad Siadat

53

521

Towards an Evaluation Method for Information Quality Management of Health Information Systems

Siti Asma Mohammed and Maryati Mohd Yusof

54

529

Developing a Change Management Model for Iranian Academic Libraries: A Delphi Study

Maryam Nakhoda and Sirous Alidousti

55

539

Adding Action to the Information Audit

Huan Vo-Tran

56

546

Business Intelligence Best Practices for Success

Joseph Woodside

56

556

Work in Progress

59

563

The Evolution of IT Governance in Multiple Industry Units and the Business Case for an Outside Partner

Ganeshprasad Chandrasekaran, Chandramohan Annavarapu and Balaji Rathinasamy

61

565

The Relationship Between Quality Management and Knowledge Management in the Service Industries

Amir Honarpour and Ahmad Jusoh

62

568

Construction and Validation of eSchool Success Model

Hesbon Nyagowa, Dennis Ocholla and Stephen Mutula

63

572

Poster

 

 

65

Goal-Striving Framework for Technology Acceptance

Alan Brandyberry

 

67

Presentation Only

 

 

69

Transforming Information Management - The Role of Education

Sandra Toze

 

71

Business Intelligence as an Enabler for Evidence-Based Decision Making

Terrie Tucker

 

72

           

 

 

2nd International Conference on Information Management and Evaluation

Company Description : Includes the procedings and research papers of the 2nd International Conference on Information Management and Evaluation as per the description.

Product Type : Academic Proceedings

Author : Kenneth Grant

PDF 592p

Languages : English

Organizer : Academic Conferences Limited

Academic Conferences International (ACI) is based near Reading, South Oxfordshire in the UK with a North American office in Montreal, Canada. ACI operates on a world-wide basis, holding conferences in Continental Europe, North and South America, the Middle East and Africa. The primary service provided by ACI is the management of academic conferences on behalf of universities and other higher education institutions. Once a call for papers has closed they arrange for them to be checked for appropriateness and then send selected authors a notification inviting them to submit a full paper. On receipt of full papers they distribute them out to members of the programme committee for double blind reviewing. They receive the reviewers’ comments and pass them onto the authors. Once a paper has been accepted for publication and presentation at the conference they prepare and publish the conference proceedings, both in electronic and paper form.