Program

11 June 2018

08:00-17:00 Registration

18:15 – 21:00 Workshop reception

12 June 2018

08:00-09:00 Registration

09:00 – 18:00 Sessions

Session 1 (09:00- 10:30)  Opening & Paper presentations.

Introduction of participants (09:00-09:15) Chair: Stewart Kowalski

Papers presentations (09:15-10:30).  Chair: Ilia Bider
Full paper presentation (Research, Idea, Experience) 15 min. talk + 5 min. questions
Position paper presentation 10 min. talk + 5 min. questions

  1. Choosing agile or plan-driven enterprise resource planning (ERP) implementations – A study on 21 implementations from 20 companies. Lucas Gren, Alexander Wong and Erik Kristoffersson (Research paper)
  2. Applying Sociotechnical Thinking in the Competitive, Agile, Lean, Data-Driven World of Routine Work, Knowledge Work, and Smart, Service-Oriented, Customer-Centric Value Creation Ecosystems.  Steven Alter (Research paper)
  3. From Goal-Achievement to the Maintenance of Relationships: Extending Business Process Models with Homeostasis and Appreciation. Irina Rychkova and Gil Regev (Idea paper)
  4. Process Ecosystem Perspective in Socio-Technical Change Handling. Marite Kirikova and Katrina Dimitre (Position paper)

Coffee  Break (10.30-11:00)

Session 2 (11:00-13:00) Papers presentation.  Chair: Gil Regev
Full paper presentation (Research, Idea, Experience) 15 min. talk + 5 min. questions
Position paper presentation 10 min. talk + 5 min. questions

  1. From Interaction to Intervention: An Approach for Keeping Humans in Control in the Context of socio-technical Systems. Thomas Herrmann, Albrecht Schmidt and Martin Degeling (Position paper)
  2. Understanding the Relationships between Organizations and IT. The Role of Mapping. Paola Mauri (Experience report)
  3. Beyond Training and Awareness: From Security Culture to Security Risk Management. Richard McEvoy and Stewart Kowalski (Idea paper)
  4. Using Structural Coupling Approach for Defining and Maintaining Identity of an Educational Institution. Experience Report. Ilia Bider and Erik Perjons (Experience report)
  5. Socio-technical design in the wild – A report of the STPIS 2017 business case and its aftermath. Alexander Nolte, Dörte Hahn and Thomas Herrmann (Experience report)

12:45-13.00 – Posters teasers

Lunch (13:00-14:00) Posters

Session 3 (14:00 – 15:30) Group work on a business case using socio-technical perspective  Chair: Alexander Nolte

Presentation of the business case (14:00-14:45)
Scaling Agile at LHV (Estonian bank). Erki Kilu, CEO of LHV

Group work on the business case (14:45-15:30)

Coffee break (15:30-16:00) Posters

Session 4 (16:00 – 17:30) Group work on a business case using socio-technical perspective. Chair: Alexander Nolte

Group work on the business case – continuing from Session 3 (16:00-16:45 )

Presenting of finding and discussion (16:45-17:30)

Closing session (17:30-18:00). Chair: Stewart Kowalski

18:15-21:00  Tallinn old town tour