Stefan Klein is a Professor of Information Systems and
Inter-Organizational Systems at University of Münster and a Director of
the European Research Center for Information Systems (ERCIS).
His research interest areas are Influence of IOS on the organization
and development of intercompany relationships and organizational forms,
Strategic dimensions of IOS and intercompany organizational forms,
Strategic potential of Electronic Commerce and Development of
Interorganisational Systems related to electronic markets.
More information about Stefan Klein can be found from his homepage at University of Münster. http://www.wi.uni-muenster.de/wi/organisation/stefan-klein.html
Omar A. El Sawy is a Professor of Information
Systems in Information and Operation Management at the Marshall School
of Business at the University of Southern California.
His interests include designing and
managing IT-based value chains and capabilities for dynamic
environments, business process transformation, business models for
interactive digital platforms and designing vigilant information system
for fast response environments.
From 2001 to 2007, he served as Director of
Research at the Institute for Communication Technologies Management
(CTM) where he oversaw and led an industry-sponsored research program
that focused on understanding the drivers of wireless applications and
services, future-casting the adoption of new applications in the
networked digital industry, and business models for digital platforms in
El Sawy is the author of over 100 papers
and his writings have appeared in both information systems and
management journals. He serves on several journal editorial boards, is
Senior Editor of MIS Quarterly Executive, and is a six time winner of
the Society for Information Management's Paper Award Competition.
More information about Omar A. El Sawy can be found from his pages at University of Southern California. http://www.marshall.usc.edu/faculty/directory/elsawy
After the presidential campaign in 2000, he joined
Harvard University as a lecturer, and following his retirement from the
Finnish Parliament, he worked as a consultant. Aho was also President of
the Finnish Innovation Fund, SITRA, from 1st of July until 30th of October, 2008.
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