New officers elected!

I am pleased to be able to announce the results of the recently concluded election for officers of IFIP Working Group 8.2.

For chair: Ulrike Schultze (US)

For vice-chair: Eija Karsten (FI)

For secretary, we have an unanticipated outcome: a tie between our two candidates. After discussion amongst the current officers and the two candidates, we have jointly concluded that the best way to honour the vote from the membership is to have both candidates serve as secretary.

For secretary: Catherine Middleton (CA) and Matthew Jones (UK)

IFIP8.2 OASIS 2015 Program

The schedule has been set for the IFIP8.2 OASIS 2015 in Fort Worth. We will meet from 8:45am-5pm in Texas Ballroom I, Omni Fort Worth Hotel.

The full program is available at http://cs.mcgill.ca/~hsafad/oasis/OASIS%202015%20program.pdf

Workshop format:

Call for participation, Oasis 2015 Workshop

Please plan to attend The 2015th IFIP WG8.2 Organizations and Society in Information Systems (OASIS), which will take place before ICIS on 12th December 2015, Fort Worth, Texas, USA.

We have received a variety of papers that will be discussed in round tables around the following themes:

· IS Theory
· Health IT
· Online Collectives
· Movements and Social Media
· Design and Experiment Research
· Innovation and Knowledge Management
· IT Infrastructure

Business meeting minutes, Auckland, New Zealand, 12 December 2014

1. Opening
The meeting was called to order by the Chair, Kevin Crowston, at 3:20 pm. Kevin welcomed the attendees to the business meeting, noted that the attendance list was being circulated.

2. Officers

Working Conference, Dublin, Ireland

A working conference was held in Dublin, Ireland, in December 2016, immediately preceding the ICIS conference. The conference was organized by Donncha Kavanagh, Séamas Kelly, Lucas Introna, Wanda Orlikowski and Susan Scott. For more details see http://ifip82dublin.weebly.com or the attached CFP.

The proceedings are available from Springer.

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Event date: 
2016-12-09 to 2016-12-10

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