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April 12-13, 2010
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CD-ROM/Online Proceedings of the European, Mediterranean & Middle Eastern Conference on Information Systems (EMCIS) Accepted Refereed Papers, 2010, 12-13 April, Le Royal Mťridien Abu Dhabi
Editors: Prof Zahir Irani, Dr Ahmad Ghoneim, Dr Maged Ali, Dr Sarmad Alshawi, Dr Maha Shakir, Dr Hamad Odhabi
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Note: Any changes in these proceedings will appear on the conference website http://www.emcis.org



Track: Supply Chain Management

 

[C81] Drivers and barriers to business intelligence adoption: A case of Pakistan
Agha Muhammad Ali Khan, Nadia Amin, Nick Lambrou (UK)
[link]

 

[C26] Current issues and challenges of supply chain management
Peter Trkman, Aleö Groznik (Slovenia)
[link]

 

[C52] A CONCEPTUAL APPROACH TO A SERVICE ORIENTED ARCHITECTURE IN SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT FOR VALUE BUNDLES

Holger SchrŲdl (Germany) [link]

 

[C56] Outsourcing Logistics for Profitability: The Case of Apparel and Clothing Industry

Hassan Qudrat-Ullah (USA) [link]

 

[C62] Buyer-Supplier Partnership in Agile Supply chains:  A conceptual View
Nesrine El-Tawy, David Gallear (UK)
[link]

 

[C29] POTENTIALS AND CHALLENGES IN MULTI UTILITY MANAGEMENT

Aleö Groznik (Slovenia) [link]

 

[C81] Drivers and barriers to business intelligence adoption: A case of Pakistan
Agha Muhammad Ali Khan, Nadia Amin, Nick Lambrou (UK)
[link]

 

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Track: Organizational Issues in Technology Management

 

[C38] Examining Employee Attitudes and Behaviours towards Organisational Change Using Supervisor and Peer Relations
Naimatullah Shah and Zahir Irani, (UK)
[link]

 

[C103] The Impact of Organisational Antecedents on Employee Job satisfaction. An Empirical evaluation of public sector employees in Pakistan

Jamshid A. Halepot, Zahir Irani (UK) [link]

  

[C67] Strategic Information Systems Planning in UAE Organization: SISP Approaches Classification

Fayez Albadri, Salam Abdallah (UAE) [link]

 

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Track: E-Government and IT in Public Sector

 

[C40] Strategic alignment and IT projects in public sector organization:  challenges and solutions
Abdullah Al-Hatmi, Kleth Hales (Australia)
[link]

 

[C63] THE SUCCESSFUL IMPLEMENTATION OF E-GOVERNMENT TRANSFORMATION: A CASE STUDY IN OMAN

Ahmed Al-Azri, Zahran Al-Salti, Wafi Al-Karaghouli (UK) [link]

 

[C99] The e-government implementation directive In oman: The Foundation INVESIGATION
Moaman Al-Busaidy, Vishanth Weerakkody (UK)
[link]

 

[C65] Examining Internal Challenges to E-Government Implementation: Kuwait as a case study 
Hajed Al-Rashidi (UK)
[link]

 

[C42] AN INTEGRATED MODEL ON ONLINE TAX ADOPTION IN MALAYSIA

Ramlah Hussein, Norshidah Mohamed, Abdul Rahman Ahlan, Murni Mahmud, Umar Aditiawarman (Malaysia) [link]


[C97] THE ROLE OF INTERMEDIARIES IN FACILITATING E-GOVERNMENT DIFFUSION IN SAUDI ARABIA
Faris Al-Sobhi, Vishanth Weerakkody (UK)
[link]

 

[C6] Electronic Discovery Rules and Electronic Evidence: A United States Perspective
Burke T. Ward, Janice C. Sipior, Linda Volonino, Carolyn Purwin (USA)
[link]

 

[C91] THE SIGNIFICANCE OF ADOPTING KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT: CHALLENGES AND SOLUTIONS IN BAHRAINíS GOVERNMENT INSTITUTIONS

Akram Jalal-Karim,  May Al Arayed, Amani Abdulla, Manal Mohamed [link]

(Bahrain)

 

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Track: Social and Cultural Issues in Information Systems

 

[C66] Determinants of Social and Institutional Beliefs about Internet Acceptance within Developing Countryís Context: A Structural Evaluation of Higher Education Systems in Pakistan
Muhammad Sharif Abbasi, Zahir Irani (UK), Fida Hussain Chandio (Pakistan)
[link]

 

[C106] national culture influence on information security adoption: a case study of a call centre in Egypt

Maged Ali, Ramzi El-Haddadeh (UK) [link]

[C102] THE USE OF MOBILE PHONE IN PROMOTING MICROENTERPRISESí ACTIVITIES
Ishraga Khattab (Sudan)
[link]

 

[C112] CHANGING NATURE OF CLOBAL MARKETS: ASSESSING THE PSYCHOLOGICAL WELLBEING OF IT PROJECT MANAGER
Peter E.D. Love (Australia)
[link] 

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Track: IT Adoption and Usage

  

[C13] IT SUPPORT FOR IMPROVING CAPABILITY AND MOTIVATION: APPLIED STUDY WITH REFERENCE TO QATAR

Hussein A. Alsalemi, Pam Mayhew, (UK) [link]

 

[C41] Trust and User Acceptance of Mobile Advertising
Samer Barakat, Asim El Sheikh (Jordan)
[link]

 

[C95] Social Media Marketing In the UAE
Afraa Abdulla Al Tenaiji, Yoosuf Cader (UAE)
[link]

 

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Track:  Enterprise Systems

 

[C12] WHAT ORGANISATIONS SHOULD KNOW ABOUT ENTERPRISE RESOURCE PLANNING (ERP) SYSTEM

Almahdi .M. S. Ibrahim (Lybia) [link]

 

[C84] CHALLENGES AND INFLUENTIAL FACTORS IN ERP ADOPTION AND IMPLEMENTATION
Khaled Al-Fawaz, Tillal Eldabi, Aisha Naseer (UK)
[link]

 

[C96]  SIGNIFICANT FACTORS INFLUENCING ERP IMPLEMENTATION IN LARGE ORGANIZATIONS: EVIDENCE FROM EGYPT

Hany Abdelghaffar, Riem Hamdy (Egypt) [link]

 

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Track: IT Collaboration and Data Management

 

[C39] A CONCEPTIONAL APPROACH TO UNIFY COMPLETENESS, CONSISTENCY, AND ACCURACY AS QUALITY DIMENSIONS OF DATA VALUES

Marcus Kaiser (Germany) [link]

 

[C34] Developing a Qualitative Document Framework to Enhance Quality
Adel Hamdan Mohammad, Wa'el Musa Hadi, Samer ALHawari (Jordan)
[link]

 

[C20] CLASSIFICATION OF AL-Hadith Al-Shareef USING DATA MINING ALGORITHMS
Manar Alkhatib (UAE)
[link]
 

[C72] Diverse virtual social networks: implications for remote software testing teams
Tariq M Khan, Vahid Pezeshki, Fintan Clear, Ahmed Al-Kaabi (UK)
[link]

 

[C43] RULE-BASED APPROACH TO TACKLE AGREEMENT AND WORD-ORDERING IN ENGLISH-ARABIC MACHINE TRANSLATION

Mohammad M. Abu Shquier, Mohammad AL Nabhan (Jordan) [link]

 

[C4] GENERATING SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS FOR A MOBILE DIGTAL DEVICE COLLECTION SYSTEM: A PRELIMINARY STEP TOWARDS ENHANCING THE FORENSIC COLLECTION OF DIGITAL DEVICES

Ibrahim Baggili (UAE) [link]

 

[C8] AUTOMATIC QUERY EXPANSION FOR ARABIC TEXT RETRIEVAL BASED ON ASSOCIATION AND SIMILARITY THESAURUS

Hayel Khafajeh (Jordan), Nidal Yousef (KSA), Ghassan Kanaan (Jordan) [link]

 

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Track: IT in Healthcare

[C68]
CONCEPTUAL HEALTHCARE KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT MODEL FOR ADPTABILITY AND INTEROPERABILITY OF HER

Anjum Razzaque, Akram Jalal-Karim (Bahrain) [link]

 

[C100] THE ROLE OF USER REQUIREMENTS RESEARCH IN MEDICAL DEVICE DEVELOPMENT

Anila Shah, Sarmad Alshawi (UK) [link]

 

[C92] THE INFLUENCE OF KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT ON EHR TO IMPROVE THE QUALITY OF HEALTHCARE SERVICES

Anjum Razzaque, Akram Jalal-Karim (Bahrain) [link]

[C30] IDENTIFYING AND MODELLING THE CRITICAL SUCCESS FACTORS THAT AFFECT THE ADOPTION OF HEALTH INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY RELATED STANDARDS

Abdullah Alkraiji, T. Jackson ., I. Murray (UK) [link]

 

[C51] USING AN ADAPTIVE NEURO-FUZZY INFERENCE SYSTEM (ANFIS) ALGORITHM FOR AUTOMATIC DIAGNOSIS OF SKIN CANCER

Suhail M. Odeh (Palestine) [link]

 

[C76] A PRELIMINARY OPEN SOURCE SOFTWARE INFRASTRUCTURE FOR THE HEALTH SECTOR IN THE UAE

Adel  Khelifi, Manar Abu Talib (UAE) [link]

 

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Track: IT in Education

 

[C104] THE EFFECT OF EDUCATION AND TRAINING ON COMPETENCY

Shaikhah Alainati, Sarmad Alshawi, Wafi Al-Karaghouli (UK) [link]

 

[83] THE ROLE AND THE CONTRIBUTION OF BUSINESS INCUBATORS IN SUPPORTING ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENTS

Hanadi Mubarak Almubaraki (Kuwait), Wafi Al-Karaghouli (UK), Michael Busler (USA) [link]

 

[C75] ENTREPRENEURSHIP EDUCATION AND DEVELOPMENT AS AN INTEGRAL PART OF THE ENTERPRISE SYSTEM IN SAUDI ARABIA

Hassan Kasadi Almahdi, Keith Dickson (UK) [link]

 

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Track: Impact of IT on Performance and Service Quality

 

[C86] SERVICE QUALITY MEASURMENT IN THE INTERNET CONTEXT: A PROPOSED MODEL

Tameem Albassam, Dr. Sarmad Alshawi (UK) [link]

 

[C87] THE IMPACT OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY ON IMPROVING BANKING PERFORMANCE MATRIX: JORDANIAN BANKS AS CASE STUDY

Akram Jalal-Karim, Allam M. Hamdan (Bahrain) [link]

 

[C88] THE (E-AUDITING) AND ITS EFFECT ON Persuasiveness of Evidences: EVIDENCE FROM BAHRAIN

Allam Mohammed Hamdan (Bahrain), Mohammed Hasan Abzakh (Jordan) [link]

 

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Track: Web Services and E-Commerce

 

[C54] Blogging Activities Among Young Adults: Some preliminary findings
Siew Fan (Malaysia)
[link]

 

[C77] A NEW WEB-BASED PROJECT AND EMPLOYEE TIME TRACKING SYSTEM FOR PROJECT MANAGEMENT

Somaya Al-Maadeed , Asma Abdulrahman, Aisha Al-Naimy (Qatar) [link]

 

[C60] WEB-BASED INFORMATION SYSTEMS THEORY FOR EMERGENT HIGHER EDUCATION ORGANISATIONS

Mark Ramrattan, Jai Ramrattan, Nandish V. Patel (UK) [link]

 

[C14] ADAPTING TAM AND ECT: CONTINUANCE INTENTION OF E-SHOPPING IN SAUDI ARABIA

Talal Al-Maghrabi, Charles Dennis, Sue Vaux Halliday (UK) [link]

 

[C44] Using task analysis to design intuitive online grocery systems
Mark Freeman, Alison Freeman (Australia)
[link]

 

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Track: Knowledge Management

 

[C73] LINKING ORGANIZATIONAL PROCESSES TO KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT PROCESSES IN THE CASE OF KNOWLEDGE INTENSIVE ORGANIZATIONS: A THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK

Mouna Ben Chouikha (France) [link]

 

[C110] Knowledge Management Systems: Managing Emergent Knowledge through Deffered Action Design Principles
Nandish V. Patel, Ahmad Ghoneim (UK)
[link]

 

[C74] FACTORS IMPACTING KNOWLEDGE TRANSFER SUCCESS IN INFORMATION SYSTEMS OUTSOURCING: A REVIEW OF THE LITERATURE
Zahran Al-Salti, Ray Hackney (UK), Sevgi ÷zkan (Turkey)
[link]

 

[C22] THE Knowledge management kaleidoscope: keeping stakeholders and their expectations in focus

Ashley Braganza, Amir Sharif (UK) [link]

 

[C28] Developing a Theoretical Framework for Knowledge Acquisition
Ibrahim Abu-Nahleh, Adel Hamdan Mohammad , Maher Abu Hamdeh, Alia Taha Sabri (Jordan)
[link]

 

[C79] KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT: EXPLORING THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN HUMAN CAPITAL AND ORGANISATION STRUCTURE CAPITAL STUDY

Ahmad Al-Halak, Wafi Al-Karaghouli, Ahmad Ghoneim, Dimitrios Koufopoulos (UK)[link]

 

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Track: Business Modelling and Simulation


[C80]
HYBRID PROCESS MODELLING WITHIN BUSINESS PROCESS MANAGEMENT PROJECTS

Richard Cull, Tillal Eldabi (UK)
 [link]
 

[C32] APPLYING COMPUTER MODELING TO STUDY THE FLOW OF MATERIALS IN A HUMAN COLON

Murad Al-Rajab, Adel Khelifi , Izhar Ul Haq (UAE) [link]

 

[C3] Towards an Approach for Modeling Service‐Oriented Business Processes

Youcef Baghdadi (Oman), Zakaria Maamar (UAE) [link]

 

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Track: IT in Higher Education and E-Learning

 

[C33] USING ANALYTICAL HIERARCHY PROCESS TO MEASURE CRITICAL SUCCESS FACTORS OF M-LEARNING

Maher Abu Hamdeh, Adel Hamdan (Jordan) [link]

 

[C78] Examining On-the-Go Business Learning Application Using M-Learning

Kalhoro, Q., Khoumbati, K. (Pakistan), Abbasi, S., Dwivedi, Y.K (UK) [link]

 

[C19] AN EMPIRICAL STUDY ON OLDER EMPLOYEES TRAINING ON ICT

Marinos Themistocleous, Konstantinos Koumaditis,Vasiliki Mantzana (Greece), Vincenzo Morabito (Italy) [link]

 

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Track: Strategic and Tactical Software Management Issues

 

[C70] SERVICE SOFTWARE ENGINEERING FOR INNOVATIVE INFRASTRUCTURE FOR GLOBAL FINANCIAL SERVICES

Soha Maad , JB McCarthy (Ireland), Samir Garbaya (France) , Meurig Beynon, Rajagopal Nagarajan (UK) [link]

 

[C101] factors affecting e-government adoption in the state of Qatar

Shafi Al-Shafi (Qatar), Vishanth Weerakkody (UK) [link]

 

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Track: Breakthrough Ideas

 

[C90] CULTURE OR SOCIAL INTERACTION? A STUDY OF INFLUENTIAL FACTORS ON WEBLOG DESIGN

Maimunah Ali, Habin Lee (UK) [link]

 

[C105] ROLE OF ADVANCED MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGIES IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES

Ghulam Yasin Shaikh, Hussain Bux Marri , Riaz Ahmed Sohag  (Pakistan) [link]

 

[C94] Exploring the relationships between core elements of TQM implementation

Rashid Al-Jalahma, David Gallear (UK) [link]

 

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Not Presented Papers

[C71] EXAMINING THE STRATEGIC BENEFITS OF INFORMATION SYSTEMS: A GLOBAL CASE STUDY
Abdullah Basahel, Zahir Irani (UK) [link]

[93] TAKING THE DEMAND SIDE INTO ACCOUNT: CITIZEN PERCEPTIONS AND SUGGESTIONS FOR DEVELOPMENT OF E-GOVERNMENT SERVICES AND GATEWAY IN TURKEY
D. TunÁ Medeni, Yasemin «etin, Asım Balcı, Sevgi ÷zkan, ÷zkan Dalbay (Turkey)  [link]

[46] A GRAPHICAL USER INTERFACE SIMULATOR FOR WIRELESS SENSOR NETWORKS LIFETIME ESTIMATION
M. Ben Salem, H. Hamam (Canada)  [link]

[48] WIRELESS AD HOC NETWORK OF PARKING METERS
Zgaren Mohamed, Hamam Habib (Canada)  [link]

[47] IMPROVING THE HUMAN-SYSTEM INTERACTION ON MOBILE COMMUNICATIONS BY USING GENETIC ALGORITHMS
Kaoukeb Kifaya, Sid-Ahmed Selouani, Habib Hamam, Adel Omar Dahmane (Canada)  [link]

[C57] BUS MANAGEMENT SYSTEM USING RFID IN WSN
H. Ben Ammar, Hamam Habib (Canda)  [link]

[C49] DESIGN AND FORMAL VALIDATION OF A MUTUAL AUTHENTICATION PROTOCOL FOR RFID TECHNOLOGY
Bassem Fennani, Adel Omar Dahmane, Habib Hamam (Canada)  [link]

[C45] A PROCESS META-MODEL BASED APPROACH FOR DEVELOPMENT OF COLLABORATIVE APPLICATIONS BUILT ON WORKFLOW AND SOA
Saida Boukhedouma, Zaia Alimazighi (Algeria)  [link]

[C53] DATA ENCRYPTION USING THE DYNAMIC LOCATION AND SPEED OF MOBILE NODE SPEED OF MOBILE NODE
H.Hammad, S. Elkourd (Palestine)  [link]

[C15] EFFICIENT E-PAYMENT PROTOCOL USING HASH CHAIN
Mohammad Al-Fayoumi, Sattar J. Aboud, Mustafa AL-Fayoumi, Daniyal Alghazzawi [link]

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