Tuesday 11.6  (Otaniemi, Design Factory)

Session 1:

System Integration and Design (Chair Ken Peffers):

  1. Silvia Schacht and Alexander Mädche. How to prevent reinventing the wheel? – Design Principles for Project Knowledge Management Systems
  2. Oliver Gass, Alexander Mädche, Harald Biegel and Mahei Li. Designing an Artifact for the Integration of Ubiquitous Information Systems in an Enterprise Context
  3. Mudassir Imran Mustafa and Jonas Sjöström. Design Principles for Research Data Export: Lessons learned in e-Health Design Research

Session 2:

Metaissues (Chair Shirley Gregor):

  1. Debra Vander Meer and Monica Chiarini Tremblay. What’s the Best Bet? An Analysis of Design Scientists’ Perceptions of Receptivity and Impact of IS Journals
  2. Kalle A. Piirainen and Rafael A. Gonzalez. Seeking constructive synergy: Design Science and the Constructive Research Approach
  3. Sabine Buckl, Florian Matthes, Alexander W. Schneider and Christian Schweda. Pattern-based Design Research – An Iterative Research Method Balancing Rigor and Relevance

Session 3:

Business Process Management and ERP (Chair Marco De Marco)

  1. Thomas Falk, Philipp Griesberger and Susanne Leist. Patterns as an Artifact for Business Process Improvement – Insights from a case study
  2. Niels Mueller-Wickop and Martin Schultz. ERP Event Log Preprocessing: Time Stamps vs. Accounting Logic
  3. Martin Schultz. Enriching Process Models for Business Process Compliance Checking in ERP Environments

Session 4:

Theory Development 1 (Chair Dirk Hovorka):

  1. John Venable. Rethinking Design Theory in Information Systems
  2. Ruben Pereira, Rafael Almeida and Miguel Mira Da Silva. How to Generalize an Information Technology Case Study
  3. Roman Lukyanenko and Jeffrey Parsons. Reconciling Theories with Design Choices in Design Science Research

Products and Prototypes

  1. Christoph Augenstein and Andre Ludwig. The Service Meta Modeling Editor – Bottom-Up Integration of Service Models
  2. Jörg Becker, Justus Holler, Nico Clever and Maria Shitkova. icebricks – Business Process Modeling on the Basis of Semantic Standardization
  3. Kaushik Dutta, Vivek Singh and Debra Vander Meer. Estimating Operating System Process Energy Consumption in Real Time
  4. Henning Heitkötter and Tim A. Majchrzak. Cross-platform Development of Business Apps with MD2
  5. Patrick Helmholz, Edgar Ziesmann and Susanne Robra-Bissantz. Context-awareness in the car: Prediction, evaluation and usage of route trajectories
  6. Bernhard Kroenke, Joerg Hans Mayer, Alexa Reinecke, Gotthard Tischner, Hannes Feistenauer and Joerg Hauke. Self-Service Management Support Systems—There’s an App for That
  7. Dennis Kundisch, Philipp Herrmann, Michael Whittaker, Jürgen Neumann, Johannes Magenheim, Wolfgang Reinhardt, Marc Beutner and Andrea Zoyke. Designing a web-based Classroom Response System
  8. Joerg Hans Mayer and Robert Winter. New-Generation Managers and Their IS support—Getting It Right With the Corporate Navigator
  9. Oliver Müller, Stefan Debortoli and Stefan Seidel. MUSE: Implementation of a Design Theory for Systems that Support Convergent and Divergent Thinking
  10. Rasmus U. Pedersen, Szymon J. Furtak, Ivan Häuser, Codrina Lauth, Rob Van Kranenburg. Mini Smart Grid @ Copenhagen Business School: Prototype Demonstration
  11. Bernd Schwegmann, Martin Matzner and Christian Janiesch. preCEP: Facilitating Predictive Event-driven Process Analytics
  12. Matthias Voigt, Kevin Ortbach, Ralf Plattfaut and Björn Niehaves. Developing Creative Business Models – The OctoProz Tool


  1. Philipp Kipp, Eva Bittner, Axel Hoffmann, Ulrich Bretschneider and Jan Marco Leimeister, Collaborative Idea Elaboration on Web-Based Ideation Platforms
  2. Jan Holström, Tuure Tuunanen and Jouni Kauremaa, Logic for the Synthesis of Design Science Research
  3. Rasmus Pedersen and Torkil Clemmesen, Interactive Greenhouse Climate Control with Sensor-Intensive Prototyping (cancelled)
  4. Francesca Ricciardi, Marcello Martinez, Cecilia Rossignoli and Marco De Marco. Organizational Success Factors for SaaS CRM: a Re-Usable Model
  5. Julia Stavenko and Alexander Gromoff, Knowledge-intensive business processes: an approach to support innovation
  6. Mirja Pulkkinen and Bernd Simon, Design Science Research Methodology Deployed in a Distributed Network Setting
  7. Rohit Valecha, H. Raghav Rao, Raj Sharman andShambhu Upadhyaya, Collaboration Patterns in Local Emergency Communications: A “Gated” Language Action Perspective
  8. Ricardo Perez-Castillo and Mario Piattini, Using Technical Action Research for Defining a Business Process Archeology
  9. Rasmus Pedersen and Szymon Furtak, Synergies of an IS Energy Informatics Framework and a Micro Information Systems Design Science Framework (cancelled)
  10. Maaz Nasir, Kelly Lyons, Rock Leung and Ali Moradian. Cooperative Games and their Effect on Group Collaboration
  11. Christoph Peters, Jan Marco Leimeister – Blueprint-driven Telemedicine Process Modeling – A domain-specific Modeling Language

Wednesday 12.6 (Töölö, Chydenia)

Session 5:

Green IS and Service Management (Chair Samir Chatterjee)

  1. Yannic Domigall, Antonia Albani and Robert Winter. Towards an Innovative Service Development Process in the Electricity Industry
  2. Philipp Bodenbenner, Stefan Feuerriegel and Dirk Neumann. Design Science in Practice: Designing an Electricity Demand Response System
  3. Anup Shrestha, Aileen Cater-Steel, Mark Toleman and Wui-Gee Tan. A Decision Support Tool to Define Scope in IT Service Management Process Assessment and Improvement
  4. Hendrik Hilpert, Christoph Beckers, Lutz M. Kolbe, and Matthias Schumann. Green IS for GHG Emission Reporting on Product-Level? An Action Design Research Project in the Meat Industry

Session 6:

Theory Development 2 (Chair John Venable):

  1. Dirk S Hovorka and Jan Pries-Heje. Don’t ignore the iceberg: Timely Revelation of Justification in DSR
  2. Sebastian Bittmann and Oliver Thomas. An Argumentative Approach of Conceptual Modelling and Model Validation through Theory Building
  3. Ahmad Alturki, Guy Gable and Wasana Bandara. BWW Ontology as a Lens on IS Design Theory Extending the Design Science Research Roadmap

Session 7:

Work in progress 1 (Chair Maung Sein)

  1. Ilia Bider, Paul Johannesson and Erik Perjons. Using Empirical Knowledge and Studies in the Frame of Design Science Research
  2. Philipp Bitzer, Frank Weiß and Jan Marco Leimeister. Towards a Reference Model for a Productivity optimized delivery of Technology Mediated Learning Services
  3. Dan Harnesk and Devinder Thapa. A Framework for Classifying Design Research Methods
  4. Robert Krawatzeck, Marcus Hofmann, Frieder Jacobi and Barbara Dinter. Constructing Software-Intensive Methods: A Design Science Research Process with Early Feedback Cycles

Session 8:

Emerging Themes (Chair Tuure Tuunanen)

  1. Rebekah Rousi. Formidable bracelet, beautiful lantern – Studying multi-sensory user experience from a semiotic perspective
  2. Asma Rafiq, Pär Ågerfalk and Jonas Sjöström. Boundary Resource Dependency in Third-party Development: A Developer’s Perspective
  3. Olivera Marjanovic. Organisational Design of Innovative Education – Insights From a Combined Design and Action Research Project

Session 9:

Method Engineering (Chair Pär Ågerfalk)

  1. Olusola Samuel-Ojo, Lorne Olfman, Linda A. Reinen, Arjuna Flenner, David D. Oglesby and Gareth J. Funning. Design Methodology for Construction of Mapping Applications
  2. Janusch Patas, Jens Pöppelbuß and Matthias Goeken. Cherry Picking with Meta-Models: A Systematic Approach for the Organization-Specific Configuration of Maturity Models
  3. Michael Heß. Towards a domain-specific method for Multi-Perspective Hospital Modelling – Motivation and Requirements

Session 10:

Work in progress 2 (Chair Jan Pries-Heje)

  1. Stefan Morana, Silvia Schacht, Ansgar Scherp and Alexander Mädche. User Guidance for Document-Driven Processes in Enterprise Systems
  2. Jonas Sjöström, Mohammad Hafijur Rahman, Asma Rafiq, Ruth Lochan and Pär Ågerfalk. Respondent Behavior Logging: An Opportunity for Online Survey Design
  3. Dirk Volland, Klaus Korak, David Brückner and Tobias Kowatsch. Towards Design Principles for Pharmacist-Patient Health Information Systems