March 3 - 4
 2016

ICTO2016

Paris

Welcome to the ICTO2016     

The detailed program of ICTO2016 (link)

ICTO2017 will be organized in Paris by  ICTO

 
Latest news:

            Best Paper Award ICTO2016 (English Session)

Four papers were selected:
Alessandro Zardini, Sara Moggi, Cecilia Rossignoli and Paul Pierce.

“TO DO THE SAME WITH MORE: AN EXAMPLE OF E- GOVERNMENT FAILURE”

Alexander Simons, Roope Jaakonmäki, Oliver Müller and Jan Vom Brocke.

“ECM implementations in practice: Objectives, processes, technologies, and trends « 

Manal Yunis, Abbas Tarhini and Abdul-Nasser Kassar.

“CORPORATE ENTREPRENEURSHIP: A MEDIATOR IN THE ICT-ORGANIZATIONAL PERFORMANCE RELATIONSHIP »

Evgeniya Kolpakova and Cinzia Dal Zotto.

“LUXURY WEBSITE DESIGN: ARE LUXURY DIMENSIONS TRANSFERABLE ONLINE? « 

 
The article N° 25 was the winner
Alessandro Zardini, Sara Moggi, Cecilia Rossignoli and Paul Pierce.

“TO DO THE SAME WITH MORE: AN EXAMPLE OF E- GOVERNMENT FAILURE”

Best Paper Award ICTO2016  (French Session)

Three papers were selected:
-Dina Sidani

" Les effets stratégiques de l'adaptation structure-système d'information au sein des bureaucraties professionnelles-Cas des établissements scolaires"

-Nasri Messarra, Anne Mione

« La force des liens faibles sur Facebook: un cas de « Personal Branding »

-Jean-François Trinquecoste and Imed Medjroubi.

«  Influence des traits de personnalité sur la perception du risque achat des tablettes, smartphones et objets connectés sur Internet « 

 
The article N° 70 was the winner

-Nasri Messarra, Anne Mione

« La force des liens faibles sur Facebook: un cas de « Personal Branding »

DC Best Paper Award

Two papers were selected:
Mustafa Coşkun.

Europehappinessmap: A Framework for Multi-Lingual Sentiment Analysis via Social Media Big Data for Gross National Happiness « 

Racha Lamari.

« Le Lean management à l'Hôpital : les enjeux d'un nouveau modèle organisationnel »

 
This  Doctoral student was the winner
Mustafa Coşkun.

Europehappinessmap: A Framework for Multi-Lingual Sentiment Analysis via Social Media Big Data for Gross National Happiness"

ICTO

ICTO2016 is:

    3 keynote speakers

    2 roudtables (with 3 presentations each)

    20 Countries (Algeria, Brazil, Canada, China, France, Germany, India, Italy, Lebanon, Liechtenstein, Morocco, Oman, Pakistan, Russian Federation, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, Tunisia, United States of America)

    140   reviewers

    46 accepted  papers (from more than 77 papers reviewed)

    6 students applications accepted to the doctoral consortium (from 13 received)

    10300 total visits for the ICTO2016 Website (since Sep 2015)

- ICTO2016 Acceptance Rate   =  0.55

ICTO2016 Keynote Speakers

Eusebio Scornavacca
Giovanna Di Marzo Serugendo
Ibrahim H. Osman
- Accepted application for DOCTORAL CONSORTIUM (so far)
The following applications have been accepted for the participation at the Doctoral Consortium
Racha Lamari. Le Lean management à l'Hôpital : les enjeux d'un nouveau modèle organisationnel

Mustafa Coşkun. Europehappinessmap: A Framework for Multi-Lingual Sentiment Analysis via Social Media Big Data for Gross National Happiness

Graziella Hobeika. L'application des TIC au parlement: Enjeu démocratique et opportunité stratégique.
Eliane El Zoghbi. Hotels Employer Branding and Social Media Strategies

Koleilat Lina.  VERS UNE AUTORÉGULATION DES MARCHÉS MULTIFACES (MULTI-SIDED MARKETS) NUMÉRIQUES: Cas des communautés virtuelles”

- Accepted papers for presentation at ICTO2016 

The following papers have been accepted for presentation in the ICTO2016 conference  and for inclusion in the conference proceedings.(so far) 


The list is updated on regular basis:
Paper N° 73. Soraya Ezzeddine. Le rôle de la culture libanaise dans le piratage numérique au Liban
Paper N° 69.  Claude Chammaa et Nabil Badr. Facteurs qui influencent les attitudes et l'utilisation des  bornes interactives en libre service dans le secteur bancaire au Liban
Paper N° 70. Nasri Messarra et Anne Mione. La force des liens faibles sur Facebook: Une stratégie de Personal Branding"
Paper N° 71. Daria Sarti and Teresina Torre. THE IMPACT OF ICT ON INDIVIDUALS’ WELLBEING. THE ROLE OF WORK CONTENT.
Paper N° 61.  Evgeniya Kolpakova and Cinzia Dal Zotto. LUXURY WEBSITE DESIGN: ARE LUXURY DIMENSIONS TRANSFERABLE ONLINE?
Paper N° 57. Ramzi Soleman and Philippe Cohard. Facteurs de Succès du Social Media Monitoring
Paper N°  52. Alice Audrezet. THE EFFECT OF CONTEXTUALIZED BACKGROUND PICTURE IN THE CONTEXT OF AN ONLINE PURCHASE OF CLOTHING
Paper N°59.  Josip Maric, Florence Rodhain and Yves Barlette. DISRUPTIVE POWER OF 3D PRINTING
Paper N° 60. Manal Yunis, Abdul-Nasser Kassar and Abbas Tarhini. CORPORATE ENTREPRENEURSHIP: A MEDIATOR IN THE ICT-ORGANIZATIONAL PERFORMANCE RELATIONSHIP
Paper N° 62. Zhenzhen Zhao, Mehdi Elmoukhliss, Damien Renard and Christine Balagué. COOPETITION INNOVATION CONTESTS: DESIGN AND EFFECTS ON USER BEHAVIORS
Paper N° 67. Teresina Torre. E-LEADERSHIP: A MYTH OR A REALITY? SOME EVIDENCES FROM THE FIELD
Paper N° 66. Marco Savastano, Francesco Bellini and Fabrizio D'Ascenzo. FABLAB AND DIGITAL MANUFACTURING: INNOVATIVE TOOLS FOR THE SOCIAL INNOVATION AND VALUE CO-CREATION

Paper N° 64. Chiara Meret and Silvia Fioravanti. THE RELEVANCE OF RELATIONSHIPS IN BPM FOR DEVELOPING NEW BUSINESS MODELS

Paper N° 53. Alexander Simons, Roope Jaakonmäki, Oliver Müller and Jan Vom Brocke. ECM implementations in practice: Objectives, processes, technologies, and trends
Paper N° 65. Silvia Gandini, Roberto Candiotto and Marco De Marco. THE MANAGEMENT OF LAKE BASINS FROM A «LIVING LAB» PERSPECTIVE: THE CASE OF ORTA LAKE
Paper N° 54. Jean-François Trinquecoste and Imed Medjroubi. Influence des traits de personnalité sur la perception du risque achat des tablettes, smartphones et objets connectés sur Internet
Paper N° 51.  Dina Sidani. Les effets stratégiques de l'adaptation Structure-Système d'Information au sein des bureaucraties professionnelles: cas des établissements scolaires
Paper N° 47. Lucia Aiello, Iana Dulskaia, Maria Menshikova and Francesco Zitelli. PPP for the digitization of SMEs in sustainable perspective
Paper N° 55. Stéphane Bourliataux-Lajoinie, Fernando Padovani, Tatiana Tychkova and Mohua Banerjee. E-commerce dans les B.R.I.C. un premier état des lieux des comportements et des recherches.
Paper N° 5. Antoine Harfouche and Karine Aoun. Institutionalization of ebanking: The effect of institutional pressures. An example from Lebanon

Paper N° 43.  Frithiof Svenson. IN SEARCH OF SUSTAINABLE ICT: EXPLORING THE MEANING OF SMARTPHONE USAGE IN ONLINE CONSUMPTION COMMUNITIES

Paper N° 49.  Linda Meleo, Alberto Romolini and Marco De Marco. THE DIFFUSION OF ICT IN ITALIAN FIRMS, A SECTORAL COMPARISON
Paper N° 38. Nabil Badr, Charbel Chedrawi and Jamil Arida. ICT AND AGEING IN LEBANESE PUBLIC HOSPITALS
Paper N° 35. Madiha Sultan and Shahzad Khan. Extent of Smartphone Usage by Investors in Lahore Stock

Paper N° 26. Jardini Bahija and Jardini Hanane. LES TECHNOLOGIES DE L’INFORMATION ET LA REINGENIERIE DES PROCESSUS : DANS UNE PERSPECTIVE DE CHANGEMENTS ORGANISATIONNELS PLANIFIES

Paper N° 46.  .Sabrina Bonomi, Francesca Ricciardi and Cecilia Rossignoli. SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND SMART ORGANIZATIONS: THE ROLE OF ICT-ENABLED INTER-ORGANIZATIONAL NETWORKING
Paper N° 21. Leona Chandra, ICT IN TRANSFORMING MOBILITY: THE CASE OF MOTORCYCLE TAXI
Paper N° 25. Alessandro Zardini, Sara Moggi, Cecilia Rossignoli and Paul Pierce. TO DO THE SAME WITH MORE: AN EXAMPLE OF E- GOVERNMENT FAILURE
 Paper N° 30. Maurizio Cavallari, EMPIRICAL RESEARCH INTO SOCIAL CAPITAL AND CREATIVITY IN INFORMATION SYSTEMS.

Paper N° 40Angelo Gasparre and Luca Beltrametti. THE ADOPTION OF ADDITIVE TECHNOLOGIES IN MANUFACTURING: AN ECONOMIC AND ORGANIZATIONAL OUTLOOK.

Paper N° 37.   Jessie Pallud and Evelyn Odonkor. “I Have a Dream”: The Impact of Mobile Technologies on Hope and Extended Self.
Paper N° 36.   Imed Nasr, Kenneth Richard Deans and Thomas Lisa. The brand website`s potential for conditioning the experience of mental imagery: the role of website usabilit.
Paper N° 28. Charbel Chedrawi and May Sayegh. LE ROLE DES DIRIGEANTS ET DES CADRES DANS LE PROCESSUS DE CHANGEMENT AVEC L’INTEGRATION DES TIC, CAS DU CENTRE DES ARCHIVES NATIONALES AU LIBAN.

Paper N° 18.   Min Wang, Xiangling Fu and Wei Gao. The model of integrating information of multiple social networks to enhance user experience.

Paper N° 15.   Shuangjiao Fan and Xuping Wang. A Research Framework of the Mass Customization Inventory Optimization under E-commerce Based on Data Analysis.

Paper N° 16.   Norberto Patrignani and Marco De Marco. The social (and environmental) responsability of ICT compagnies.

Paper N° 4.   Jardini Bahija, Elkyal Malika and Amri Mostapha. Les Technologies Informatiques dans la gestion de la chaine logistique:  L’ECHANGE DE DONNEES INFORMATISE (ELECTRONIC DATA INTERCHANGE) et sa combinaison avec le système JUSTE A TEMPS (JUST IN TIME).

Paper N° 14. Supriya Pulparambil and Youcef Baghdadi. SOA GOVERNANCE FRAMEWORK WITH MATURITY MODEL INTEGRATION.
Paper N° 31. Maurizio Cavallari, Francesco Tornieri and Luca Adami. EXTRACTING KNOWLEDGE BY MOBILE PROFILING: AN EMPIRICAL STUDY.
Updated December 22, 2015 at 09: 02 - Paris

ICTO 2016 will be organized in Paris

ICTO 2016 scope

Our world is dynamic and becoming increasingly complex. The knowledge that has guided our companies in the past is becoming obsolete. Managers trained in traditional methods are considered responsible for many problems of modern society. For instance, the promotion of junk foods has contributed to consumer health problems; obesity, and related diseases. Pollution of the natural environment has led to climate changes and the extinction of many species. Speculations in the financial and commodities markets has contributed to economic crisis threatening the future of billions of people. As such unemployment, poverty, illiteracy, crime, corruption, pollution, climate change, underdevelopment, inequality and immigration are becoming global social challenges.


ICTO2016 encourages submissions that examine the role of ICT in solving these complex social problems. Authors should examine practices that can lead to socio-economic development. Thus, the focus of submissions should be on research that can improve people's lives, and establish new trends and practices in the usage of ICT.  Indeed, ICT has been recognized as an important catalyst for social transformation. ICT, if correctly implemented and employed can have positive and important implications for social development through entrepreneurship, by introducing digital production, enabling collective power and crowd-voicing, the growth of social outsourcing and social enterprises.  Research exploring the role of ICT in promoting participation, enabling democracy, increasing transparency, and implementing shared value are of particular interest in this conference, along with the role of ICT in both the creation and maintenance of social problems.

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

More general submissions are welcome within the conference theme of ICT and societal challenges or related to ICT and organizations.
 
ICTO2016 is an international conference that attracts multidisciplinary contributions on information systems research from international scholars in the areas of organization, management, marketing, human resources, accounting, and supply chain...

ICTO2016 is characterized by its friendly atmosphere that offers scholars the opportunity for high quality discussion and feedback, valuable networking opportunities both within the academic community and the international IS community. 

The conference additionally offers competitive publication outlets.
ICTO2016 will be organized in Paris

At the ISC de Paris

8-10 rue Victor Hugo
92300 Levallois-Perret
Deadlines

Deadline extended !!!

Deadline paper submission: Dec 15, 2015

 

Notification of acceptance:   Dec 30, 2015

 

Camera ready paper:             Jan 15, 2016

 

Application for the Doctoral Consortium  

                                              Dec 30,  2015


Doctoral Consortium:            March 3, 2016

 

Conference:                       March 3-4, 2016

Special issue

The conference gala dinner

The Conference social dinner
will be organized on a parisien boat cruise

The conference Partners

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