ICTO2017

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ICTO2017

 Information and Communication Technologies in Organizations and Society

     ICT for a better life and a better world

Paris March 16 and 17, 2017

ICTO2018 will be organized at Paris Nanterre University by ICTO
http://icto2018.webs.com/
ICTO 2017 is the third version of ICTO international conference that attracts multidisciplinary contributions on information systems from the areas of organization, management, marketing, human resources, accounting, and supply chain mainly submitted by international scholars.
ICTO2017 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. 

ICTO2017 Inaugural Plenary Session

Inaugural speech
Prof Peter Bednar
Keynote speakers
Prof Georges Aoun
Prof Kai S. Koong

Prof Paolo Spagnoletti

Prof Antoine Harfouche
Concluding remarks
Prof Maurizio Cavallari

 Latest accepted papers for presentation at ICTO2017

The following papers have been accepted for presentation in the ICTO2017 conference  and for inclusion in the conference proceedings.  (so far)

The list is updated on regular basis:

Paper 78. Wesley Palmer. Technological Innovation the Pathway to Entrepreneurs' Economic Advancement
Paper 73. Ahlam Azzamouri, Imane Essaadi, Selwa Elfirdoussi and Vincent Giard. Système Interactif d’Aide à la Décision d’ordonnancement de la production : une application à la production d’engrais dans une chaîne logistique
Paper 76. Fatema Al Hadidi and Youcef Baghdadi. Ontology for Enterprise Collaborations: Extended and Virtual Enterprises
Paper 52. Ravichandran Krishnamurthy. SME- Gateway for the growth of UAE
Paper 75. Mohamad Akoum and Veronique Blum. Enterprise Architecture: A pillar in an integrated framework to measure the Internal Control Effectiveness in the Oil & Gas Sector
Paper 45. Rowan Thompson and Busisiwe Alant. Integrated computing and contextualised nutrition education for young mothers in resource limited rural settings
Paper 69. Sélim Mekdessi, Danie Khawaja and Nadine Dubruc. Appartenance aux réseaux : élément-clé de la RSE pour les PME libanaises ?
Paper 60. Hugo Savoini, Federico Carli and Maria Elena Manzotti. New market creation for technological breakthroughs: commercial drones and the disruption of the Emergency market
Paper 38. Zahoua Roland Ahouman and Rongting Zhou. Les réalités e-Society en Afrique Sub-saharienne : Le Cas de la Cote d’Ivoire
Paper 72. Francesco Bellini, Fabrizio D'Ascenzo and Iana Dulskaia. Big Data Driven Healthcare Platform for Patients Record Management
Paper 23. Nada Mallah Boustani and Charbel Chedrawi. INNOVATION, NEW PUBLIC MANAGEMENT AND DIGITAL ERA GOVERNMENT, TOWARDS A BETTER PUBLIC SECTOR PERFORMANCE THROUGH ICT: THE CASE OF THE LEBANESE MINISTRY OF ENVIRONMENT
Paper 62. Ashley Hamblin and Alice Robbin. Vaccine Health Communications for Older Adults and Information Behavior Outcomes
Paper 70. Fobang Aime Noutsa, Samuel Fosso Wamba and Jean Robert Kala Kamdjoug. Exploring Factors Affecting the Adoption of HRIS in SMEs in a Developing Country: Evidence from Cameroon
Paper 64. Nor Aziati Abdul Hamid and Nor Hazana Abdullah. Does Persuasive E-Commerce Website Influence Users’ Acceptance and Online Buying Behaviour?
Paper 29. Adebayo Fasheyitan. ELECTRONIC GOVERNMENT IN NIGERIA: AN ASSESSMENT OF CURRENT DEVELOPMENTS, BENEFITS AND CHALLENGES.
Paper 61. Nor Hazana Abdullah, Eta Wahab, Alina Shamsuddin and Nor Aziati Abdul Hamid. Virtual Team: Drivers and Barriers
Paper 49. Rosemary Wojuola and Busisiwe Alant. ESTIMATED ELECTRICITY BILLINGS IN NIGERIA: THE PLACE OF ICT
Paper 54. Amal Dabbous and Abdallah Nassereddine. The Impact of ICT on Financial Inclusion: Evidence from Arab Countries
Paper 63.  Cinzia Dal Zotto, Evgeniya Kolpakova and Alexiane Gerber. Le rôle du leadership dans la transformation digitale : le cas du secteur pharmaceutique
Paper 65. Roberta Pinna, Pierpaolo Carrus, Francesca Frexia and Marta Musso. TELEMEDICINE: OPPORTUNITIES TO IMPROVE QUALITY OF CARE AND PATIENT SAFETY
Paper 24. Charbel Chedrawi and Souheir Osta. LES TIC ET LA RESPONSABILITE SOCIALE DANS LE SECTEUR BANCAIRE AU LIBAN; VERS UNE RECONQUETE DE LA CONFIANCE AUPRES DES PARTIES PRENANTES : CAS DE LA BANQUE AUDI
Paper 43. Dagogo Legg-Jack and Busisiwe Alant. THE USE OF INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY ENABLED ONBOARD DIAGNOSTIC SYSTEM TOOL IN THE TEACHING OF MOTOR VEHICLE MECHANICS: A CASE FOR PORT HARCOURT TECHNICAL COLLEGE IN NIGERIA
Paper 58. Morteza Alaeddini and Alireza Hashemi. Evaluating the Performance of IT Governance in Service Oriented Enterprises - Case Study: Iran Grid Management Company
Paper 41. Nadia Tebourbi. Rôle de l’outil de gestion dans la dynamique d’une organisation apprenante : observation des interrelations, compréhension de la rétroaction et intégration permanente du changement. Etude de cas d’une knowledge intensive firm
Paper 37. Jessy Nair and Balaji Singh. EMPOWERING FARMERS IN INDIA THROUGH E-GOVERNMENT SERVICES
Paper 51. Nizar Raissi. Using QFD method for assessing higher education programs: An examination of key stakeholders’ visions
Paper 30. Ahmed Muatahr, Norzaidi Daud, Ramayah Thurasamy, Osama Isaac and Adnan H. Aldholay. Examining the effect of awareness and perceived risk on the technology acceptance model (TAM) to explain the clients’ intention to use mobile banking in Yemen
Paper 39. Sajida Chamas, Hussein Hazimeh, Jawad Makki, Omar Abou Khaled and Elena Mugellini. Lexicon based Sentiment Analysis Approach for Ranking Event Entities
Paper 53. Teresina Torre and Daria Sarti. JOB SATISFACTION, WORKLOAD AND WORK-LIFE BALANCE. THE MODERATING ROLE OF ICT
Paper 50. Peter Bou Saba and Mario Saba. “There must be a reason why many of them are rejecting the IT tool”
Paper 46. Tatiana Dauxert. Online consumer reviews in the hotel sector: why and how to answer?
Paper 48. Sabrina Bonomi, Francesca Ricciardi and Cecilia Rossignoli. ICT IN COLLABORATIVE NETWORK TO IMPROVE THE QUALITY OF LIFE: A CASE OF FRUIT AND VEGETABLES REDIRECTION.
Paper 32. Osama Isaac, Zaini Abdullah, Ramayah Thurasamy, Ahmed Mutahar and Adnan Aldholay. Antecedents and Outcomes of Internet Usage within Organizations in Yemen: An extension of the Unified Theory of Acceptance and Use of Technology (UTAUT) Model
Paper 14. Charbel Chedrawi, Bissane Harb and Mariam Saleh. L’E-BANKING ET L’ADOPTION DES INNOVATIONS DANS UNE PERSPECTIVE DES COUTS DES TRANSACTIONS: CAS DES PLUS GRANDES BANQUES COMMERCIALES AU LIBAN
Paper 42. Adnan H. Aldholay, Zaini Abdullah, Thurasamy Ramayah, Osama Isaac and Ahmed M. Mutahar. Online Learning Usage and Performance among Students within Public Universities in Yemen
Paper 25. Elie Nasr, Elie Kfoury and David Khoury. A Pervasive IoT Scheme to Vehicle Overspeed Detection and Reporting
Paper 26. Petra Turkama. BUILDING INCLUSIVE DIGITAL SOCIETIES THROUGH THE USE OF OPEN SOURCE TECHNOLOGIES
Paper 9. Hassan Dennaoui and Angelika Kokkinaki. DO GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION BASED SERVICES INFLUENCE E-GOVERNMENT CITIZENS’ ADOPTION?
Paper 27. Hafiz Imtiaz Ahmad and Khaled Aljifri. Choosing Valuation Models in the UAE
Paper 3. Youcef Baghdadi. A Framework for Enterprise Interactions: Conceptualization, Ontology, Architectures, and Technologies
Paper 17. Tetsuo Noda, Akio Yoshida and Masami Honda. ECONOMIC EFFECT BY OPEN DATA IN LOCAL GOVERNMENT OF JAPAN
Paper 11. Sidani Dina and Sayegh May. BIG DATA AT THE SERVICE OF UNIVERSITIES TOWARDS A CHANGE IN THE ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE AND THE DECISION-MAKING PROCESSES
Paper 19. Chiara Meret, Michela Iannotta and Mauro Gatti. THE POWER OF WEB 2.0 STORYTELLING TO OVERCOME KNOWLEDGE SHARING BARRIERS
Paper 13. Bessem Boubaker. ROLE DES TIC DANS L’INNOVATION DU TOURISME : CONSTATS ET REFLEXIONS
Paper 16. Abdullah Azhari and Xiaowen Fang. A LEXICAL ANALYSIS OF ONLINE REVIEWS OF SOCIAL MEDIA APPLICATIONS
Paper 18. Illa Sabbatelli, Maria Menshikova, Alberto Romolini and Marco De Marco. THE ROLE OF ICT AND WEB-BASED TRAINING IN THE BANKING SECTOR: AN ANALYSIS OF AN ITALIAN BANKING GROUP’S EXPERIENCE

Paper 4. Daria Plotkina, Sarah Richard and Hélène Saurel. Disabled people empowerment through Information and Communication Technologies: a valuable opportunity or a new “white elephant”?

Conference scope

Today, the role of Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) in shaping human activity in organizations and in society has become more and more prominent. But many decades after their introduction, the question remains:

What do we know about their design, their usage, and their impact?  What have we learned after all these years of research?


This conference is concerned with these ICTs, shedding light on how they were, how they are, and how they will be understood, adopted, adapted, and used within organizations and more generally, within the society as a whole.

The main focus will be on how actors understand the potential of ICTs to support organizational activities and hence how they adopt and adapt these technologies to achieve their goals.

 

We are interested in different areas of the organization's strategy through new business models, competitive strategies, knowledge management, etc. Specific areas are concerned such as marketing, human resource management, project management, operation management, innovation management, etc. These questions can de addressed both in private and public sector either national or international e.g. though development policies, in industry and services. We are also interested in how organization impact society through sustainable development and social responsibility. And finally, how ICTs use social media networks in the process of value co-creation.

We invite submissions in all areas of ICTs and organizations especially innovative, interesting and rigorously developed conceptual and empirical contributions.

 

We also encourage multi- or inter-disciplinary research.