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Track 19: Organizational Theory, Strategy, and Information Systems

  • Track Chairs
    John Mooney
    Pepperdine University
    john.mooney@pepperdine.edu
    Siew Kien Sia
    Nanyang Technological University
    ASKSIA@ntu.edu.sg
  • Track Description

    This track seeks conceptual, theoretical, and empirical papers that demonstrate the strengths and contributions of research that brings together key aspects of organizational theory and strategy as they relate to the use and impact of information technology within and between organizations. Submissions that demonstrate the contributions of information systems to the on-going development of the fields of organizational theory and strategy are also welcome.

    Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

    • Information systems and new organizational forms, including the use of social media and "Enterprise 2.0" for strategic and/or organizational goals
    • The agile alignment or co-evolution of business strategy, organization, and IS, particularly in dynamic global contexts
    • ICT-enabled process innovation, analytics, and collaboration within and between organizations, and their consequent strategic, organizational, and structural outcomes
    • Information systems strategizing, structuring, and governing across global organizations
    • Incorporating ethical, privacy and security considerations in information systems use and impact
    • Other applications of organizational theory and strategy to the study of effective information systems and their governance
    • Other contributions of information and systems theory to the fields of organization theory and strategy
  • Associate Editors

    • C. Ranganathan , Illinois University, USA
    • Carol Hsu, National University of Taiwan, Taiwan
    • Daniel Chen, Texas Christian University, USA
    • Darshana Sedera, Queensland University of Technology, Australia
    • Dorit Nevo, York University, Canada
    • Dorothy Leidner, Baylor University, USA
    • Harminder Singh, Auckland UT, New Zealand
    • Harvey Enns, University of Dayton, USA
    • Jimmy Huang, Warwick University, UK
    • Joe McDonagh, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland
    • Joe Peppard, Cranfield School of Management, UK
    • Kai Riemers, RWTH Aachen University, Germany
    • Marlei Pozzebon, HEC Montreal, Canada
    • Nancy Pouloudi, Athens University, Greece
    • Ning Su, Richard Ivey School of Business, Canada
    • Lih-Bin Oh, Xi'an Jiaotong University, China
    • Pamela Abbott, Brunel University, UK
    • Paul Pavlou, Temple University, USA
    • Paul Tallon, Loyola University Maryland, USA
    • Peter Reynolds, CISR MIT, USA
    • Rueylin Hsiao, National Chengchi University, Taiwan
    • Sean McGann, Ohio University, USA
    • Shirish Srivastava, HEC Paris, France
    • Thompson Teo, National University of Singapore, Singapore
    • Tim McLaren, Reyerson University, Canada
    • Anne Rutkowski, Tilburg University, Netherlands

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