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    10, 2017, 9:00am8:30am3:00pm2:45pm
    This workshop focuses on location analytics, competitive advantage of place, and their applications for both the traditional and sharing economy, dealing with relevant theoretical and practical implications. GIS and location analytics enable businesses to make better market planning, location decisions, and supply chain management, and to find and reach target customers by better understanding their traits. By harnessing location advantage, GIS and location analytics can provide businesses with a competitive advantage. This workshop, including the keynote talk by an industry leader in GIS, highlights the emerging area of location analytics and GIS, and how these tools can support the growth and success of businesses. In the afternoon part of the workshop, a common session with SIGDSA will be held for opportunities for collaborative research and pedagogy, and then contributed papers will be presented on a variety of topics related to location analytics informing better decision-making in business and government.
    Sponsored by AIS’s Special Interest Group in Geographic Information Systems.
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Tuesday, October 31

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    LOCATION ANALYTICS and COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE of PLACE: THEORY and PRACTICE - Pre-ICIS Workshop Agenda
    LOCATION ANALYTICS and COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE of PLACE: THEORY and PRACTICE - Pre-ICIS Workshop Call for Papers
    LOCATION ANALYTICS and COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE of PLACE: THEORY and PRACTICE - Pre-ICIS Workshop Agenda
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    The mission of SIGGIS is to be a forum that brings together members of AIS. Although there is considerable research on GIS technology and geographic information science, there has been relatively little research in management of spatial information systems, and spatial-based business intelligence, DSS, and KM. SIGGIS will address gaps that involve the GIS and spatial aspects of these knowledge areas and incorporate the expertise the IS discipline can bring to bear on them
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    LOCATION ANALYTICS and COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE of PLACE: THEORY and PRACTICE - Pre-ICIS Workshop Agenda
    LOCATION ANALYTICS and COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE of PLACE: THEORY and PRACTICE - Pre-ICIS Workshop Call for Papers
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    8:30-9:00am PRE-WORKSHOP----------PRE-WORKSHOP COFFEE/TEA
    9:00-9:15am Introductions
    Introduction

    9:00-9:15am-----------Introductions, Introduction
    to Workshop, Acknowledgments
    9:15-10:00am Overview

    9:15-10:00am---------Overview
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    of Place,
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    and Case Examples
    10:00-10:15am

    10:00-10:15am-------
    Coffee/Tea Break
    10:15-11:05am Industry-------Industry Keynote Talk
    ESRI
    Talk: ESRI Korea, Head
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    Mr. Hwang
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    Research
    Research Opportunities in
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    for IS/IT
    Researchers
    11:30-1:00pm Networking
    Researchers
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    Lunch with SIGDSA
    1:00-1:50pm Common----------Common Session with SIGDSA:
    Opportunities
    Opportunities for Collaborative
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    Pedagogy
    1:50-2:25pm Contributed----------Contributed Peer-Reviewed Research
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    2:25-2:45pm Workshop----------Workshop Summary
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    Seoul, Korea
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    10, 2017, 8:30am9:00am2:30pm3:00pm
    This workshop focuses on location analytics, competitive advantage of place, and their applications for both the traditional and sharing economy, dealing with relevant theoretical and practical implications. GIS and location analytics enable businesses to make better market planning, location decisions, and supply chain management, and to find and reach target customers by better understanding their traits. By harnessing location advantage, GIS and location analytics can provide businesses with a competitive advantage. This workshop, including the keynote talk by an industry leader in GIS, highlights the emerging area of location analytics and GIS, and how these tools can support the growth and success of businesses. In the afternoon part of the workshop, a common session with SIGDSA will be held for opportunities for collaborative research and pedagogy, and then contributed papers will be presented on a variety of topics related to location analytics informing better decision-making in business and government.
    Sponsored by AIS’s Special Interest Group in Geographic Information Systems.
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    Agenda
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    9:00-9:15am
    Introductions
    Introduction to Workshop, Acknowledgments
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    Advantage of Place andPlace,
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    Case Examples
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    Coffee/Tea Break
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    Industry Keynote Talk
    ESRI Korea, Head of Technical Dept., Mr. Hwang
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    Research Opportunities in Location Analytics and GIS for IS/IT
    Researchers
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    1:00-1:50pm Common Session with SIGDSA:
    Opportunities for Collaborative Research and Pedagogy
    1:50-2:50pm1:50-2:25pm Contributed Peer-Reviewed
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    Papers Session
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    Workshop Summary
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Friday, September 1

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    LOCATION ANALYTICS and COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE of PLACE: THEORY AND PRACTICE (draft)
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    the workshop, a common session with SIGDSA will be held for opportunities for collaborative research and pedagogy, and then contributed papers
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    and government.
    Sponsored by AIS’s Special Interest Group in Geographic Information Systems.
    ORGANIZERS AND PRESENTERS:
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    Graduate University
    James

    James
    B. Pick,
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    of Redlands
    Avijit

    Avijit
    Sarkar, University of Redlands
    Hindupur

    Hindupur
    Ramakrishna, University of Redlands
    Dan

    Dan
    Farkas, Pace University
    Namchul Shin, Pace University
    INDUSTY KEYNOTE TALK: Mr. Hwang, Head of Technical Department, Esri Korea
    WORKSHOP REFEREED PROCEEDINGS TO BE AVAILABLE AT: www.siggis.wikispaces.com
    CONTACT FOR WORKSHOP INFORMATION:
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    NY, USA
    dfarkas@pace.edu; 914-773-3723
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    PROGRAM OF PRE-ICIS WORKSHOP
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    Draft Agenda

    8-8:30am PRE-WORKSHOP COFFEE/TEA
    8:30-8:45am Introductions,Introductions
    Introduction to Workshop, Acknowledgments
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    Advantage of Place,
    and
    Place and Case Examples
    9:45-10:00am Coffee/Tea Break
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    Keynote Talk
    ESRI

    ESRI
    Korea, Head
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    Mr. Hwang
    10:50-11:10am Research

    10:50-11:30am Breakout into Discussion Groups:
    Research
    Opportunities in
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    for IS/IT
    Researchers; Includes findings from the research based on the
    AIS-based survey
    11:10-11:30am Breakout into Discussion Groups
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    Researchers
    11:30-1:00pm Networking
    Lunch
    12:30-1:30pm
    with SIGDSA
    1:00-1:50pm
    Common SessionsSession with DSA
    1:30-2:20pm
    SIGDSA:
    Opportunities for Collaborative Research and Pedagogy
    1:50-2:50pm
    Contributed Peer-Reviewed
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    Papers Session
    2:20-2:30pm

    2:50-3:00pm
    Workshop Summary
    LOCATION ANALYTICS and COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE of PLACE: THEORY AND PRACTICE
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    Sunday, December 10, 2017, 8:30am – 2:30pm
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    and government.
    Sponsored by AIS’s Special Interest Group in Geographic Information Systems.
    ORGANIZERS AND PRESENTERS:
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    Graduate University
    James

    James
    B. Pick,
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    of Redlands
    Avijit

    Avijit
    Sarkar, University of Redlands
    Hindupur

    Hindupur
    Ramakrishna, University of Redlands
    Dan

    Dan
    Farkas, Pace University
    Namchul Shin, Pace University
    INDUSTY KEYNOTE TALK: Mr. Hwang, Head of Technical Department, Esri Korea
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    and Case Examples
    9:45-10:00am Coffee/Tea Break
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    Keynote Talk
    ESRI

    ESRI
    Korea, Head
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    Mr. Hwang
    10:50-11:10am

    10:50-11:10am
    Research Opportunities
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    for IS/IT
    Researchers;

    Researchers;
    Includes findings
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    on the
    AIS-based survey
    11:10-11:30am Breakout into Discussion Groups
    11:30-12:30pm Lunch
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    with DSA
    1:30-2:20pm

    1:30-2:20pm
    Contributed Peer-Reviewed
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    Papers Session
    2:20-2:30pm Workshop Summary
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Thursday, August 31

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    LOCATION ANALYTICS and COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE of PLACE: THEORY and PRACTICE - Pre-ICIS Workshop Call for Papers
    LOCATION ANALYTICS and COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE of PLACE: THEORY and PRACTICE - Pre-ICIS Workshop Agenda
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    SIGGIS Workshop
    LOCATION ANALYTICS and COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGEof PLACE: THEORY AND PRACTICE
    Seoul, Korea
    Sunday, December 10, 2017, 8:30am – 2:30pm
    CALL FOR PAPERS
    As part of its pre-ICIS Workshop on “Location Analytics and the Competitive Advantage of Place: Theory and Practice”, the Special Interest Group on Geographic Information Systems (SIGGIS) of the Association for Information Systems (AIS) seeks theoretical and empirical research papers focusing on location analytics theory, applications, and practice – especially as they relate to areas of research interest in Management Information Systems.
    Rapid expansion in analytics and big data technologies along with the concomitant explosive growth in the production and availability of geographically referenced data from a plethora of geotagged sensors, wearables, household devices connected to the internet, and mobile phones motivate new and interesting research questions and spur research agendas pertaining to location analytics. Examples include but are not restricted to management and analytics for spatial big data, spatial knowledge management, theory development, cloud-based GIS, spatial crowdsourcing, spatial workforce, behavioral research, geo-design, privacy and security aspects, mobile location-based applications, and new and emerging areas such as locational patterns and consumer behavior in traditional economies as well as sharing/collaborative-consumption based economies.
    Manuscripts focusing on theory, methodology, applications, behavioral studies, case studies, and emerging areas in Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and location analytics are welcome in the following areas:
    Potential topics (not limited to topics listed below):
    Location analytics
    Spatial decision support
    Spatial knowledge management
    Big Data and GIS
    Management decision-making using GIS
    Spatial data mining and knowledge discovery
    Web-based GIS concepts and applications
    GIS and the cloud
    Social media location analytics
    Location analytics for Volunteered Geographic Information (VGI)
    Mobile-based GIS concepts and applications
    Security and privacy of spatial information
    Geo-Design
    Investment in and benefits of GIS, spatial BI, or location analytics
    Managerial concerns in location analytics
    Ethical aspects of GIS and spatial decision-making
    GIS workforce, training, and education
    Quality measures and evaluation of spatial systems
    Systems and software development of GIS
    Crowdsourcing and public domain sources of spatial information
    Emerging areas in spatial science and technologies
    GIS and location analytics for the sharing economy
    Location analytics for ridesharing and other sharing economy platforms
    Descriptive, predictive, and prescriptive location analytics for Small and Big Data
    Authors are encouraged to clearly identify and articulate the role of location or place in the research questions.
    IMPORTANT DATES:
    Deadline to submit papers: October 15, 2017 (no later than midnight PST).
    Author notification of paper acceptance: November 1, 2017 (no later than midnight PST).
    Final papers due: November 15, 2016 (no later than midnight PST).
    PAPER FORMAT, SUBMISSION, REVIEW, PUBLICATION, and PRESENTATION:
    Papers should not exceed 6,000 words including all text, abstract, figures, tables, references, and appendices.
    Papers should conform to the ICIS 2017 submission template available at https://icis2017.aisnet.org/submissions/submission-instructions-2/.
    All submitted papers will be peer-reviewed.
    Completed papers should be submitted to Dr. Dan Farkas, Chair of SIGGIS, and Professor, Seidenberg School of CSIS, Pace University NY, by email: dfarkas@pace.edu. Please use “Pre-ICIS SIGGIS 2017 Workshop: Research Paper Submission” in the subject line of your email submission.
    Papers will be published as part of Proceedings of SIGGIS 2017 pre-ICIS Workshop at http://siggis.wikispaces.com/.
    At least one author must register and attend SIGGIS 2017 pre-ICIS Workshop on “Location Analytics and Competitive Advantage of Place: Theory and Practice” to present the paper. Paper presentation is tentatively scheduled as part of the Workshop on Sunday, December 10, 2017, 1:30 – 2:20 pm.
    This Call for Papers along with an Announcement on SIGGIS 2017 pre-ICIS Workshop on “Location Analytics and Competitive Advantage of Place: Theory and Practice” can be found at http://siggis.wikispaces.com/.

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