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Information and Communication Technologies in Organizations and Society

Past, Present and Future Issues

Francesca Ricciardi (Redaktør) ; Antoine Harfouche (Redaktør)

Serie: Lecture Notes in Information Systems and Organisation 15

This book presents a collection of original research papers focusing on emerging issues regarding the role of information and communication technologies in organizations, inter-organizational systems, and society. Les mer
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Om boka

This book presents a collection of original research papers focusing on emerging issues regarding the role of information and communication technologies in organizations, inter-organizational systems, and society. It adopts an inter-disciplinary approach, allowing for the integration of contributions from various disciplines such as information systems, organizational studies, marketing, accounting, and social sciences. This book offers valuable insights not only for scholars, but also for practitioners, managers, and policy makers. The book is a compilation of the best research papers - originally double blind, peer-reviewed contributions - presented at the ICTO 2015 conference held in Paris.

Fakta

Innholdsfortegnelse

Part I: ICT and the Pursuit of Public Good.- Part II: ICT, Innovation and Organizational Change.- Part III: Interacting in an ICT-Enabled Relational Landscape.

Om forfatteren

Francesca Ricciardi, PhD, is a Research Fellow in
Management at the University of Verona, Italy. She is also a lecturer of
"Business Culture" at the University of Genova, Italy, and a Visiting Lecturer
in "Research Methods" for winter semester 2014-2015 at the Universite Nanterre
la Defence, Paris, France. She regularly teaches at several postgraduate and
master programmes. Her research interests span themes such as inter- and
intra-organizational relationships, knowledge networks, smart cities, and the
innovative management of the commons. She has published more than 40 studies on
these subjects, including international journal articles, monographs, book
chapters, and conference papers. Before completely dedicating herself to
research and teaching, she worked as a consultant, gaining experience in the
fields of facility management, project management, organizational innovation
and human resources.
Antoine Harfouche is an Associate Professor at Paris Ouest Nanterre La Defense University. He is also member of the CEROS research center. Previously he was an assistant professor, member of the VALLOREM at the Francois-Rabelais University of Tours. The author of almost a dozen of articles, he works on Information and Communication Technologies for Development, such as e-Government, e-Business and e-Services in developing countries. His research is mainly quantitative based on Structural Equation Modelling.