The panel explores an alternative conceptual framework to understand and manage the implications of non-linearly structured work forms that emerge in current work environments. The framework of complexity is used for this purpose and to assess the importance of boundaries and limited perspective for systems in which technology is constructed as a ferment of change. The question of which change data are needed to face disruption in information systems is raised at a general level. The panel audience is presented with a possible framework for the discussion.
barth, Theodor; Merali, Yasmin; and Snowden, David, "Facing Disruption Responsive Contents and Technological Responsibility" (2003). ECIS 2003 Proceedings. 17.