OCIS conference "Change Mgt, AI and SM" on Aug 7th

When:  Aug 7, 2019 from 8:30 AM to 6:30 PM (ET)

dear OCIS members
These are the last days before the OCIS Conference on  "Change Management, AI and Social Media" .... please consider to register, it's FREE !!!  Also, please the exciting program that was gathered for you below:

Time: Wednesday, August 7th, at 
LocationHarvard Faculty Club, 20 Quincy Street, Cambridge, USA
https://bookwhen.com/ocis-conference

 

PROGRAM

 

8:30-8:45

Welcome

8:45-9:15

Keynote : "The Importance of Human Work in Artificial Intelligence Deployment"

Mary Beth Watson-Manheim, University of Illinois at Chicago, United States

9:15-9:25

Q&A

 

9:30 am: paper session

9:30

An Industry Classification Based on Machine Learning

Kyounghun Bae1, Hyoung-Goo Kang1, Daejin Kim2 and Seongmin Jeon3.

1(Hanyang University, South Korea); 2(Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology, South Korea); 3(Gachon Universit, South Korea)

9:45

Social Media Use in Internal Organizational Communication

Iftikhar Alam1, Paula O'Kane1 and Fiona Edgar1.

1(University of Otago, New Zealand)

 

10-10:30 break

 

10:30

A ‘Search’ Perspective Towards Understanding Organisational Digital Transformation

Najmeh Hafezieh1 and Neil Pollock1.

1(The University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom)

10:45

The merits of formalization for digital product innovation

Robin Pesch1, Herbert Endres2 and Ricarda Bouncken1. 

1(University of Bayreuth, Germany); 2(University of Regensburg, Germany)

11

An Empirical Study on the Relationship among Entrepreneurs Gender, Flexible Leadership Style and Enterprise Performance

Wenyan Luo1

1(South China University of Technology, China)

11:15

Conceptualizing Hidden Human Work in a Technology Intensive Work Environment

Mary Beth Watson-Manheim1and Stefan Klein2. 

1(University of Illinois at Chicago, United States); 2(University of Münster, Germany)

11:30

Digital Business Transformation: a strategic approach

David Barnes1, Sergio De Cesare1, Najmeh Hafezieh1, Fefie Dotsika1 and Keith Patrick1.

1(University of Westminster, United Kingdom)

11:45

Investigating the Dark Side of IT Development: Information Overload as Stress Perspective

Jichang Ma1, Yingyan Fu1, Jing Wang1 and Chang-Qin Lu1. 

1(School of Psychological and Cognitive Sciences, Peking University, China)

 

12 - 2 pm: lunch break

 

Afternoon program:

 

2 pm-3:30 pm

PDW: Socio-Economic Approaches to Management (SEAM) as an Effective Change Management Process - Phase 1: diagnosis

Maïté Rateau1, Henri Savall 1, Ziyuan Tang 2, Véronique Zardet 1 and Jérémy Clément Salmeron 1. 

1(ISEOR, France); 2 (ISEOR, Magellan, IAE Lyon, University Jean Moulin Lyon 3)

3:30 pm - 3:45: pm break

3:45

Ethics First' AI Governance: A procedural approach to ensuring responsible AI

Nicholas Berente1

1(The University of Notre Dame, USA)

4 pm

Are Socially Irresponsible Companies More Likely to Become Cyberattack Targets?

Yao Li1, Zabihollah Rezaee2 and Gaoguang Zhou3

1(Allpku Management Consulting Group, China); 2(The University of Memphis, United States); 3(Hong Kong Baptist University, Hong Kong)

4:15

Inter-organizational collaboration for innovating with disruptive technology: A case study of Retail AI in Japan

Masashi Goto1.

1(Keio University, Japan)

4:30

Digital Retail Challenges within the EU: Fulfillment of Holistic Customer Journey post GDPR

Veronica Nabbosa and Rehan Iftikhar

1(Johannes Kepler University, Austria) 2(Dublin City University, Ireland)

4:45 pm-

6:15 pm

PDW: Socio-Economic Approaches to Management (SEAM) as an Effective Change Management Process - Phase 2: project

Maïté Rateau1, Henri Savall 1, Ziyuan Tang 2, Véronique Zardet 1 and Jérémy Clément Salmeron 1. 

1(ISEOR, France); 2 (ISEOR, Magellan, IAE Lyon, University Jean Moulin Lyon 3)

6:15-6:25

General Discussion

6:25- 6:30

Closing Remarks

 

Conference chairs

  • Denise Rousseau, Carnegie Mellon University, USA,
  • Noshir Contractor, Northwestern University, USA,
  • Emmanuel Monod, School of Managemement and Institute of AI and Change Management, Shanghai University of International Business and Economics, China
  • Qi Jiayin Qi, School of Managemement and Institute of AI and Change Management, Shanghai University of International Business and Economics, China

 

Program Chairs

  • Eivor Oborn, Warwick University, UK,
  • Jungpil Hahn, National University of Singapore.
  • Fu Xiangling, Beijing University of Post and Telecommunications, China

 

Steering Committee

  • Michael Barrett, Cambridge University, UK,
  • Nicholas Berente, University of Georgia, USA,
  • Martha Feldman, the University of California at Irvine, USA,
  • Ola Henfridsson, Warwick University, UK,
  • Likoebe Maruping, Georgia State University, USA,
  • Emma Vaast, McGill University, Canada,
  • Mary Beth Watson Manheim, the University of Illinois at Chicago, USA,
  • Youngjin Yoo, Case Western Reserve University, USA.

 

Disclaimer: Management Institute or any responsible parties is not affiliated with Harvard University, nor is The Management Institute Event a Harvard University program or activity.

This conference is organized by the AI-IM Research Network and Management Institute in partnership with OCIS, a division of the Academy of Management. We warmly thanks our sponsor and co-organizer: the School of Managment and the Institute AI and Change Management,  Shanghai University of International Business and Economics, China

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Contact

emmanuel monod

monod@suibe.edu.cn