Digital Agility

Organizations have recognized the importance of the need to swiftly sense and respond to changes in the marketplace. Organizations resort to different approaches to developing organizational agility based on several contextual conditions. Agility can span from operational to strategic in that organizations can focus specifically on streamlining their operations or consider agility at the strategic level focusing on game-changing opportunities. Depending on their focus, organizations need to adapt their approach to agility. This track explores relationship between IT and organizational agility. How does IT play an instrumental role in enabling organizational agility? How does IT shape various business processes in shaping organizational agility? How is agility differentiated across various business processes? What can we learn from specific pockets of literature such as those on agile software development agility, lean development, etc. to develop insights into the relationship between organizational agility and IT. This track is open various types of research including those that use quantitative, qualitative, and theoretical approaches to examining IT-enabled organizational agility.

Track Chairs:

Jongwoo (Jonathan) Kim, University of Massachusetts Boston
Lan Cao, Old Dominion University


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Monday, August 9th
12:00 AM

A Management Control Systems Perspective on Digital Innovation Units

Thomas Haskamp, Hasso Plattner Institute
Anouk Breitenstein, University of St. Gallen (HSG)
Annalena Lorson, Hasso Plattner Institute

12:00 AM

Digital Agility: Balancing Situational Turbulence with Digital Platforms

Lana Kovacevic-Opacic, University of Technology Sydney
Olivera Marjanovic, University of Technology Sydney

12:00 AM

Role of Knowledge Management in Agile Execution during Pandemic

Vishwa Bhushan, IIM Lucknow
V S Prakash Attili, IIM Lucknow

12:00 AM

The Impact of Quality Dimensions on Knowledge Sharing and User Satisfaction

Zahid B. Zamir, Delaware State University
DaeRyong David Kim, Delaware State University

12:00 AM

The Status Quo of Digital Innovation Units: “A Day Late and a Dollar Short”

Johanna Holsten, MIN-Faculty
Jun-Patrick Raabe, MIN-Faculty
Larissa Gebken, MIN-Faculty
Ingrid Schirmer, MIN-Faculty

12:00 AM

Towards a Foundational and Extensional Dynamic Capability Perspective on Digital Innovation Units

Jannis Hellmich, MIN-Faculty
Jun-Patrick Raabe, MIN-Faculty
Ingrid Schirmer, MIN-Faculty

12:00 AM