This paper highlights the efforts to support female academics in the information systems (IS) discipline over recent years. The development of the AIS task force on women in IS and the formation of the AIS Women’s Network have been significant initiatives to get the conversation started, yet much work remains. Findings from three separate events (an AIS- and Elsevier Foundation-sponsored survey, a pre-ICIS workshop panel update on the state of current research in the area of women and IS, and an in-depth discussion between workshop attendees at the 2015 AISWN Pre-ICIS Workshop on Advancing Women in IS), clearly indicate issues remain. Therefore, we also develop an agenda for future work to help advance women in the IS discipline.
Loiacono, E., Iyer, L. S., Armstrong, D. J., Beekhuyzen, J., & Craig, A. (2016). AIS Women’s Network: Advancing Women in IS Academia. Communications of the Association for Information Systems, 38, pp-pp. https://doi.org/10.17705/1CAIS.03838
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