Following ECIS 2019, I will travel to the University of Rostock (which is just a few hundred kilometres south, but not as easy to reach as I thought) and will attend a panel at the “81. Jahrestagung des Verbands der Hochschullehrer für Betriebswirtschaft – VHB 2019” (the conference of the German Management Professors). The panel has the title “chances and risks of the future of work“.
I will be at ECIS 2019 Stockholm from 10th until 13th of June. I will be chairing a session of the Social Media Track that Matthias Trier, Hanna Krasnova and I have organised (for the fourth time this year).
Hanna and I have also been Conference Panel Co-Chairs this year and I am looking forward to listening to as many of the 5 panels as possible. I think we got interesting topics and prominent people on the panels. I list them below.
I have spent the last 7 months on parental leave and with setting up my new role at Victoria University of Wellington… so I am keen to (re-)connect and explore new ideas and projects. If you want to meet up please comment below this post (or email me, or text me, …).
IT TAKES TWO TO TANGO: CHOREOGRAPHING THE INTERACTIONS BETWEEN HUMAN AND ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE, Dov Te’eni, Michel Avital, Alan Hevner, Mareike Schoop, and David Schwartz
REINVENTING COLLABORATION WITH AUTONOMOUS TECHNOLOGY-BASED AGENTS, Isabella Seeber; Lena Waizenegger; Stefan Seidel; Stefan Morana; Izak Benbasat; and Paul Benjamin Lowry,
TRANSFORMING INFORMATION SYSTEMS EDUCATION, Deepak Khazanchi, Karin Axelsson, Jörg Becker, Mattias Forsberg, Carl Moe, and Anna Ståhlbröst
UNDERSTANDING THE DARK SIDE OF ANALYTICS: PRIMUM NON NOCERE!, Ramesh Sharda, Ashish Gupta, James Marsden, Philip Brey, and Irina Heimbach
WHAT MAKES A TOP RANKED JOURNAL: THE JOURNEY TOWARDS GREAT JOURNALS IN IS, Cathy Urquhart, Joe Nandhakumar, Mari-Klara Stein, Robert M. Davison, Catherine Griffiths, Monideepa Tarafdar, and Dov Te’eni