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Organizing for Digital Innovation

At the Interface Between Social Media, Human Behavior and Inclusion

Alessandra Lazazzara (Redaktør) ; Raoul C.D. Nacamulli (Redaktør) ; Cecilia Rossignoli (Redaktør) ; Stefano Za (Redaktør)

Serie: Lecture Notes in Information Systems and Organisation 27

This book presents a collection of research papers exploring the human side of digital innovation management, with a specific focus on what people say and share on social media, how they respond to the introduction of specific IT tools, and how digital innovations are impacting sustainability and inclusion. Les mer
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This book presents a collection of research papers exploring the human side of digital innovation management, with a specific focus on what people say and share on social media, how they respond to the introduction of specific IT tools, and how digital innovations are impacting sustainability and inclusion. Given the plurality of views that it offers, the book is particularly relevant for digital technology users, companies, scientists and governments. The overall spread of digital and technological advances is enhanced or hampered by people's skills, behaviors and attitudes. The challenge of balancing the digital dimension with humans situated in specific contexts, relations and networks has sparked a growing interest in how people use and respond to digital innovations. The content of the book is based on a selection of the best papers - original double-blind peer-reviewed contributions - presented at the annual conference of the Italian chapter of the AIS, which was held in Milan, Italy, in October 2017.

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Alessandra Lazazzara is an assistant professor of Organization and Human Resource Management at the University of Milan (Italy). She holds a PhD in Organizational Development from the University of Milan - Bicocca (Italy) and has been a Visiting Scholar at the Netherlands Interdisciplinary Demographic Institute. Her research interests focus on diversity and inclusion, job crafting, internal branding and e-HRM, and she is involved in several national and international research projects with a wide range of companies and institutions. Alessandra teaches at both the undergraduate and graduate levels in the areas of Organization Studies, Training and Development, and Organizational Behavior. She has authored several publications in national and international journals, co-edited a book of the LNISO Springer series and is an editorial board member with the International Journal of Human Resource Management. Alessandra serves as vice-president of ItAIS, the Italian Chapter of the Association for Information Systems and is a board member of ASSIOA, the Association of Italian Organization Studies Academics.



Raoul C. D. Nacamulli is a full professor of Organizational Theory and Management at the University of Milan - Bicocca (Italy). Professor Nacamulli is the director of the Bicocca Training and Development Centre and faculty member of MIP, the Business School of Politecnico di Milano, the largest technical university in Italy. His more influential works have presented and refined an interdisciplinary framework of organizational theories. In this regard, particular importance has been assigned to the organizational economics approach of markets and hierarchies applied to the management sciences. He is currently analyzing the organizational challenges of meta-organizations with a special focus on Employers' Associations. Other current research topics are workplace innovation, job crafting and the new processes of organizational development.



Cecilia Rossignoli is a full professor of Organization Science at the University of Verona (Italy). Previously she served as an Assistant Professor at the Catholic University of Milan (Italy). Professor Rossignoli is a member of faculty at the Graduate School of Economics and Management (GSEM), University of Padua (Italy), and University of Verona (Italy). Her research and teaching interests are chiefly in Information Systems and Organization Studies. She has published, among others, in Information Systems and E-Business Management, Electronic Markets, Journal of Intellectual Capital, Journal of Business Research and at the International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS) and at the European Conference on Information Systems (ECIS). She is currently President of ItAIS, the Italian Chapter of the Association for Information Systems.





Stefano Za is an Adjunct Professor and Research Fellow at LUISS Guido Carli University (Italy) and Visiting Professor at EM