Impacts of ICT on People, Organization and Society

The widespread diffusion of Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) has helped to make technology a ubiquitous part of our daily lives. This track seeks conceptual, theoretical, and empirical papers that demonstrate the strengths and contributions of research that focuses on individual, organization and society as they relate to the use and impact of ICT. Submissions that demonstrate the contributions of ICT to the on-going development of the fields of individual and organizational theory are also welcome.

Recommended Topics
This track encourages the submission of research papers, research-in-progress papers, teaching cases, and panel proposals in the following areas (but not limited to):

  • ICT and new organizational forms
  • ICT-enabled process innovation, and collaboration within and between organizations
  • ICT and supply chain structure
  • ICT and organizational change in global context
  • Use of social media and "Enterprise 2.0" for organizational goals
  • The impact of ICT upon various social communities
  • ICT diffusion and global digital divide
  • ICT use and productivity in workplace
  • Incorporating ethical, privacy and security considerations in ICT use and impact
  • Evaluating the technological and non-technological aspects of the social impacts of ICT

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