CONISAR Proceeding 2011

Wilmington, NC

Conference Highlights

Best Papers


Best Paper of CONISAR Conference

Co-Creating Value in Systems Development:
A Shift Towards Service-Dominant Logic
(1835)
Jeffry Babb, West Texas A&M University
Mark Keith, West Texas A&M University

Distinguished Papers (top 5%)

Most Popular Package Design (1816)
Muhammed Miah, Southern University of New Orleans

Applying Business Intelligence Concepts to Medical Claim Fraud Detection (1836)
Leanndra Copeland, Nevade Department of Employment
Dana Edberg, University of Nevada, Reno
Jeanne Wendel, University of Nevada, Reno

Meritorious Papers (top 15%)

An Empirical Sutdy of Social Networking Behavior Using Theory of Reasoned Action (1807)
Alan Peslak, Penn State University
Wendy Ceccucci, Quinnipiac University
Patricia Sendall, Merrimack College

Measuring Propagation in Online Social Networks: The Case of YouTube (1834)
Amair Afrasiabi Rad, University of Ottawa
Morad Benyoucef, University of Ottawa


Meritorious PhD Paper Award

The Impact of Organizational Culture in managing the change to the use of FOSS at South African University (1810)
Johnson Dehinbo, Tshwane University of Technology
Patricia Alexander, University of Pretoria

Mobile Telephone Usage and Perception During Group Meetings (1837)
Robert Bajko, Ryerson University


Meritorious Master Student/Faculty Paper Award

Outsourcing Best Practices (1813)
Dan Thomas Mikita, Grand Valley State University
Gerald DeHondt II, Grand Valley State University