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International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS) 2021

The challenges of modern organizations have changed dramatically over the course of the COVID pandemic. Our academy of IS academics has also pivoted substantially since our last in-person ICIS conference in Munich. Our discipline and our association now face grand challenges, but we do this together and collectively. ICIS 2021 aims to bring together our community both in-person and online in a meaningful way to enable a sharing of our best research, ideas on the most important challenges, and a fight for the future of our planet.
The conference includes Panels, a redeveloped CIO Symposium, Professional Development Workshops, and a Paper-a-thon, in addition to 22 tracks covering all areas of IS research.

Honorary Conference Chair
Joe Valacich, Ph.D., University of Arizona, USA

Conference Co-Chairs
Anitesh Barua, Ph.D., University of Texas at Austin, USA
Ryan Wright, Ph.D., University of Virginia, USA

Program Co-Chairs
Atreyi Kankanhalli, Ph.D., National University of Singapore
Xitong Li, Ph.D., HEC Paris
Shaila Miranda, Ph.D., University of Oklahoma, USA

ICIS 2021 ISBN is 978-1-7336325-9-1

Browse the contents of ICIS 2021 Proceedings:

Advances in Theories, Methods and Philosophy
AI in Business and Society
Blockchain, DLT, and Fintech
Conference Theme Track A: IS for Sustainability
Conference Theme Track B: IS for Resilience
Cyber-security, Privacy and Ethics of IS
Data Analytics for Business and Societal Challenges
Digital and Mobile Commerce
Digital Innovation, Entrepreneurship, and New Business Models
Digital Learning and IS Curricula
General IS Topics
Governance, Strategy, and Value of IS
Human Computer / Robot Interaction
IoT, Smart Cities, Services and Government
IS and the Future of Work
IS Design, Development and Project Management
IS Implementation & Adoption
IS in Healthcare
Panels
Professional Development Workshops
Sharing Economy, Platforms and Crowds
Social Media and Digital Collaboration
Societal Impacts of IS
User Behaviors, Engagement, and Consequences