2012 Award Winners

OCIS award winners for 2012 were announced at the OCIS division’s business meeting during the Academy of Management Annual Conference in Boston, MA.

BEST PUBLISHED PAPER AWARD

Winner: “Addressing Digital Inequality for the Socioeconomically Disadvantaged Through Government Initiatives: Forms of Capital that Affect ICT Utilization,” Information Systems Research (22:2), 2011, pp. 233-253.

Authored by: J.J. Po-An Hsieh (Hong Kong Polytechnic University), Arun Rai (Georgia State University) and Mark Keil (Georgia State University)

Runner-up: “Arguing the Value of Virtual Worlds: Patterns of Discursive Sensemaking of an Innovative Technology” MIS Quarterly (35:3), 2011, pp. 685-709.

Authored by: Nicholas Berente (University of Georgia), Sean Hansen (Rochester Institute of Technology), Jacqueline C. Pike (Duquesne University) and Patrick J. Bateman (Youngstown State University)

BEST CROSS-DIVISIONAL PAPER AWARD

Winner: “Technology and Context: A Sociomaterial Perspective on Technology Enabled Change”

Authored by: Mark Lewis (Appalachian State University), S. Balaji (Bentley University) and Arun Rai (Georgia State University)

BEST PRESENTATION PAPER AWARD

Winner: “Temporal Distance, Synchronicity and Team Performance”

Authored by: J. Alberto Espinosa (American University), Ning Nan (University of Oklahoma) and Erran Carmel (American University)

BEST ROUND TABLE PAPER AWARD

Winner: “Alleviating the Perils of Dispersion: A Study of Procedural Justice Climate and Team Innovation”

Authored by: Massimo Magni (Bocconi University), Manju K. Ahuja (University of Louisville) and Likoebe M. Maruping (University of Louisville)

BEST STUDENT PAPER AWARD

Winner: “Exploring Social Behavior in Virtual Support Communities: Social Support and Companionship Activity”

Authored by: Kuang-Yuan Huang (State University of New York-Albany)

1st runner-up: “Innovating in the Trading Zone: Organizing Inter-organizational R&D”

Authored by: Pernille Smith (Aarhus University)

2nd runner-up: “Social Reference Theory and the Development of Electronic Government Practice in China”

Authored by: Kui Du(University of Texas-Austin)

OCIS DEXTER AWARD NOMINEE

“Managing the RFP Process from a Discursive Perspective”

Authored by: Adrian Yeow (Nanyang Technological University) and Cecil Eng Huang Chua (University of Auckland)

DESANCTIS AWARD AND OCIS NEWMAN AWARD NOMINEE

“Team Knowledge Sharing, Communication, Conflict and Transactive Memory: Implications for Perfromance”

Authored by: Ravi Shanker Gajendran (University of Illinois-Urbana-Champaign)

BEST REVIEWER AWARD

Winner: Sirle Burkland, HEC Paris

Honorable mention: Angela Aristidou (University of Cambridge), John W. Beard (George Mason University), Cynthia M. Beath (University of Texas-Austin), Christopher M. Conway (University of Arkansas-Fayetteville), Julie Rennecker (Panoramic Perspectives), and Clay K. Williams (Southern Illinois University-Edwardsville)

OCIS LIFETIME SERVICE AWARDS

Winners: JANET FULK and PETER MONGE

Congratulations to all of our nominees, runners-up and award winners!

2011 Award Winners

2010 Award Winners

OCIS award winners for 2010 were announced at the OCIS division’s business meeting during the Academy of Management Annual Conference in Montreal.

BEST PUBLISHED PAPER AWARD

Winner: “Community Learning in Information Technology Innovation,” MIS Quarterly (33:4), 2009, pp. 709-734.

Authored by: Ping Wang (University of Maryland) and Neil C. Ramiller (Portland State University)

Runner-up: “Why do people reject new technologies and stymie organizational changes of which they are in favor? Exploring misalignments between social interactions and materiality,” Human Communication Research 35(3): 407-441.

Authored by: Paul Leonardi (Northwestern University)

BEST PROGRAM PAPER AWARD

Winner: “Does Individuals’ Adoption of New Technologies Supplement or Substitute for Incumbent Technologies?”Eric Overby, Georgia Institute of Technology

Authored by: Sam Ransbotham (Boston College)

1st runner-up: “Technology Implementation at the Team-level: Elaboration for Distributed Settings”Petra Bayerl, Delft University of Technology

Authored by: Carolyn Axtell (University of Sheffield)

2nd runner-up: “Reconfiguring Relations of Accountability: The Consequences of Social Media for the Travel Sector”

Authored by: Susan Scott (London School of Economics) and Wanda Orlikowski (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)

BEST INTERACTIVE PAPER AWARD

Winner: “Cognitive Maps as Visual Artifacts for Sensemaking and Sensegiving in IS Implementation”

Authored by: Annemette Kjaergaard (Copenhagen Business School) and Tina Jensen (Copenhagen Business School)

BEST STUDENT PAPER AWARD

Winner: “Context for Knowledge Sharing in Networked Communities: A Conceptual Model”

Authored by: EunJee Kim (University of Illinois,Urbana-Champaign)

OCIS DEXTER AWARD NOMINEE

“The Effects of Diversity and Repeat Collaboration Performance in Distributed Nanoscientist Teams”

Authored by: Meikuan Huang (Northwestern University), Yun Huang (Northwestern University), Drew Margolin (University of Southern California),Katherine Ognyanova (University of Southern California), Cuihua Shen (University of Southern California) , and Nosh Contractor (Northwestern University)

DESANCTIS AWARD AND OCIS NEWMAN AWARD NOMINEE

“Layered Collaboration: A Sociotechnical Theory of Organization in Open Source Software Development”

Authored by: James Howison (Carnegie Mellon University)

BEST REVIEWER AWARD

Winner: Naren Peddibhotla, SUNY IT Utica

Honorable mention: Bijan Azad (American University of Beirut), Cecil Eng Huang Chua (Nanyang Technological University), Lynne P. Cooper (Jet Propulsion Laboratory), Anita Blanchard (University of North Carolina, Charlotte), Katherine Chudoba (Utah State University), and Hee-Woong Kim (Yonsei University)

OCIS LIFETIME SERVICE AWARDS

Winners: CYNTHIA BEATH and DAN ROBEY

Congratulations to all of our nominees, runners-up and award winners!

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