About

Science to Practice is a non-profit organization inspired by the idea to communicate latest research findings to inform practitioners. These findings are based on cutting edge research published in academic journals, and they are presented in their very essence and impact for practice.

The European Journal of Information Systems (EJIS) has been the pioneering journal to start the initiative, and the Department of Information Systems at the University of Liechtenstein has provided the resources to develop and pilot the initiative. Initiators and Founding Editors of Science to Practice are Dov Te`eni (EiC of EJIS), Jan vom Brocke (Head of Department at the University of Liechtenstein) and Stefan Seidel (University of Liechtenstein). Full stack development is provided by Michael Gau (University of Liechtenstein).

It is intended to include a wide range of journals publishing high quality research of high practical impact. Please feel free to contact the editors.

Editorial Board

Dov Te'Eni Co-Editor

Tel Aviv University

Jan vom Brocke Co-Editor

University of Liechtenstein

Stefan Seidel Co-Editor

University of Liechtenstein

Managing Editor

Leona Chandra Kruse Managing Editor

University of Liechtenstein

Associate Editors

Lena Hylving Associate Editor

Halmstad University

Anders Hjalmarsson Jordanius Associate Editor

Halmstad University

Jan Mendling Associate Editor

Vienna University of Economics and Business

Lisen Selander Associate Editor

University of Gothenburg

Alexander Simons Associate Editor

University of Liechtenstein

Markus Weinmann Associate Editor

University of Liechtenstein

Advisory Board

Steven Alter

University of San Francisco

Niels Bjørn-Andersen

Copenhagen Business School

Jane Fedorowicz

Bentley University

Ola Henfridsson

The University of Warwick

Iris Junglas

Florida State University

Wolfgang Ketter

University of Cologne

Helmut Krcmar

Technical University of Munich

Dorothy E. Leidner

Baylor University

Ephraim R. McLean

Georgia State University

Nigel Melville

University of Michigan

Michael Roseman

Queensland University of Technology

Cathy Urquhart

Manchester Metropolitan University

Richard T. Watson

University of Georgia

Development

Michael Gau Software Developer

University of Liechtenstein