Sustainability is turning into a core business strategy over time, representing a trend for the enterprises which are starting to view the sustainable side of their activities as an important performance assessment.
This track intends to focus on the research questions related to the ICT and the global and sustainable performance (GSP) of the enterprises and the public and private organizations, in the context of strategic and political disarray of the players in the economic and social world.
The objective of this track is to bring together researchers (Professors and PhD or DBA candidates) and practitioners from all disciplines related to ICT and Global and Sustainable Performance (GSP) in order to improve different research perspectives and to stimulate the debate and the research on the role of ICT in the enterprise sustainability and the relationship between corporate social/environmental performance (CSP) and corporate financial performance (CFP), as well on the pragmatic practices of the Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), Sustainable development actions, innovation and governance in public and private enterprises.
The track will cover a wide range of topics. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
Eliane El Zoghbi
“Social network research has the potential to contribute far beyond the range of issues that currently preoccupies the field” (Kilduff and Tsai, 2003).
Hence the diversity, importance and rapid growth of research in the field of social networks and organizations.
The main aim of this track is to explore how organizations are making use of social networks to align their action to their strategy and improve their overall performance.
The paper presented will focus on:
- Social networks adoption in organizations,
- Social network usage, use causes and consequences,
- Measuring the effect of enterprise social media on the organization’s performance,
- Managing corporate E-reputation through social media,
- Using social media for corporate crisis communication,
- Mobile social networking,
- Innovative organizational social media tools,
- Social networks and new business models,
- C2C and social media,
- Viral marketing on social media,
The ICT are intensely used in the distribution sector to track the consumers (shopping habits, satisfaction, behavior toward brands,…),follow the goods (supply chain), category management and in-store promotion, cost control, store chain management.
The following topics could be addressed in this track:
- e-commerce past, present, and future
- ICT and supply chain management
-ICT and retail management
-ICT and loyalty cards in retail
-ICT and shopping habits
-Efficient consumers response
-Costing and price setting in retail
The track aims to promote research in the areas of adoption and diffusion of information system (IS) innovations. Despite the considerable amount of research in this area, there is potential for a more in-depth examination of phenomena such as assimilation, adaptation, and routinization as well as resistance, rejection, and discontinuance. The aim of the track therefore is to provide a platform for the presentation and discussion of original research into issues surrounding IS adoption, assimilation, diffusion, discontinuation, resistance, and rejection by various stakeholder groups at the individual, team/network, organizational, and societal level
Topics of interest include (but are not limited to):
E-government refers to the use of by government agencies of Information technologies
This track is interested in analyzing the relationship between ICT and HRM.
The unceasing evolution in ICTs, in their internal logic and in related tools, offers original occasions for rethinking HR functions and processes.
The track welcomes papers on the following (but not limited to) research topics:
- Current trends in HR management enabled by ICTs advances
- E-HRM relation with HRM strategies, policies and practices.
- New competences for HRM specialists
- New forms of working and social dynamics enabled by ICT
- E-learning as new evolution in learning
- Soft and hard competences for managers in new working context
- Best practices of HR practices supported by ICT
The objective of the track is to bring together researchers from all disciplines related to Accounting, Auditing and Information Systems for a high level of interaction and discussion.
The track is interested in research on the links between information technology with financial accounting, auditing, reporting, management accounting, management control, and related disciplines.
The track will cover a wide range of topics. Topics of interest include any area related to ICT accounting and auditing, but are not limited to:
For decades, Health Service Transformation could not be achieved without ICT (Collen, 1974). The objective of the track is to bring together researchers from all disciplines related to ICT health care informatics.
The track is interested in research on the links between information technology applied to health care and assistive technology for disability.
The track will cover a wide range of topics. Topics of interest include any area related to:
L’Innovations, notion très controversée et difficile à définir, se veut avant tout un lieu de débat sur les évolutions et les transformations de l’économie et de la société, permettant de confronter les réflexions théoriques et les expériences concrètes.
L’innovation est une activité collective. Elle repose sur la mobilisation d’acteurs aux rationalités variées, souvent antagoniques. Elle est portée par une dynamique entre producteurs et utilisateurs de connaissances.
S’il est difficile d’établir le moment où la notion d’innovation est apparue dans le discours de la recherche, force est de constater qu’elle y est entrée par la porte de la technologie.
Le changement technique, l’action des entrepreneurs, la stratégie des firmes, les rapports sociaux, les politiques économiques, etc. soulèvent des interrogations auxquelles les auteurs d’Innovations tentent de répondre, en proposant des réponses… innovantes !
On parle notamment d’innovations technologiques, organisationnelles, pédagogiques, médiatiques, linguistiques, urbaines, etc. en fonction de la nature des applications.
Les champs de Recherches pourraient concernés :
Tracks and special sessions provide an opportunity for researchers to present their research results and participate in discussions with specialized people. Proposals including any specialized empirical and theoretical related topics and themes are welcomed. The general theme of the conferences does not restrict possible topics of the tracks and sessions.
A track goes customarily in dedicated one or more sessions giving researchers an opportunity to present and discuss their research.
A special session has usually a more limited time and number of presentations focusing on certain topic. Special sessions may also have invited speakers, panels, demos, etc.
For each track or special session at least one organizer must commit to running it including preparation text for call for papers, organizing review process and chairing it. If needed, the scientific committee of LCIS2016 will try to assist in that task
Each proposal will be reviewed by at least two members of the scientific committee. Accepted Special Tracks and Sessions will be included in the Call-For-Papers as special tracks or session.