Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS)*

Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS)*

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The Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS) is one of the longest-standing continuously running scientific conferences. This conference brings together researchers in an aloha-friendly atmosphere conducive to free exchange of scientific ideas.

Tracks of interest:
2016 – …: Knowledge Innovation and Entrepreneurial Systems
Knowledge Innovation and Entrepreneurial Systems recognizes the evolving nature of work and society to being knowledge based. Competitive pressures are forcing organizations to do more with less and to leverage all they know to succeed. Knowledge systems are those systems developed to facilitate collaboration, knowledge capture, storage, transfer and flow; knowledge use; as well as to foster creativity and innovation. This track explores the many factors that influence the development, adoption, use, and success of knowledge systems. These factors include culture, measurement, governance and management, storage and communication technologies, process modeling and development. The track also looks at the societal drivers for knowledge systems including an aging work force, the need to distribute knowledge and encourage collaboration in widely dispersed organizations and societies, and competitive forces requiring organizations of all types to adapt and change rapidly.

2011 – 2015: Knowledge Systems
Knowledge Systems recognizes the evolving nature of work and society to being knowledge based. Competitive pressures are forcing organizations to do more with less and to leverage all they know to succeed. Knowledge systems are those systems developed to facilitate collaboration, knowledge capture, storage, transfer and flow; knowledge use; as well as to foster creativity and innovation. This track explores the many factors that influence the development, adoption, use, and success of knowledge systems. These factors include culture, measurement, governance and management, storage and communication technologies, process modeling and development. The track also looks at the societal drivers for knowledge systems including an aging work force, the need to distribute knowledge and encourage collaboration in widely dispersed organizations and societies, and competitive forces requiring organizations of all types to adapt and change rapidly.

2006 – 2010: Knowledge Management Systems
The Knowledge Management Systems Track is recognizing a changing world. Organizational drivers for KM include an aging work force, the need to distribute knowledge and encourage collaboration in widely dispersed organizations, and competitive forces requiring organizations to adapt and change rapidly.

1998 – …: Collaboration Systems and Technology Track

Interesting Minitracks as part of other tracks:
1995 – 1998: Organizational Memory
1999: Organizational Memory and Knowledge Management
2000 – 2003: Knowledge Management, Organizational Memory, and Organizational Learning
2004 – 2005: Knowledge Management, Organizational Memory, and Organizational Learning CLUSTER (4/6 Minitracks)

2002 – 2003: User Experience: Collaboration Systems and Knowledge Management
2002 Knowledge Management and Virtual Organizations: Process, System, and Organization

2005: Cognition and Knowledge Creation in Collaboration Technology Supported Group Works
2004 – 2005: Distributed Knowledge Management
2001 – 2006: Modeling Knowledge Intensive Processes

2002 Knowledge Management for Health Care Systems Support
2003 Data Knowledge Management in Health Care E-Health Strategies
2004 – 2006: Data and Knowledge Management in Health Care

1998 – 1999: Data Mining and Knowledge Discovery
2001: Data Mining, Knowledge Discovery, and Information Retrieval
2008: Knowledge Discovery
2008 – 2010: Knowledge Discovery for Managerial Decision Support
2009: Knowledge Discovery for Rapid Response (KD4RR)

2000 – 2001: Knowledge/Technology Transfer and Adoption
2000 – 2001: Virtual and Knowledge-based Organization

2000: Knowledge Ecologies
1999: Technologies for Knowledge Construction

1995 – 1996: Decision Support and Knowledge-based Systems

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