“Brainstorm” – Bring your data, theory, phenomenon, or good writing skills. Meet others who can complement what you have. Brainstorm new paper ideas.
“Write” – Write fast. You have 24 hours to write an extended outline of your paper. Analyze your data to prepare preliminary results. Articulate your contributions to the literature. You will get help from mentors. Put together your presentations.
“Pitch” – You have five minutes to present your work in front of editors and other senior scholars. If you are one of the top three finalists, you will further develop the paper during the conference to present on the last day of ICIS and will be considered for fast-track review for the Journal of AIS.