Track Description
Panels afford the opportunity to discuss timely topics that are important, and provocative. A good panel engages the audience and invites experts in a discussion that stimulates interaction and significantly advances attendees’ understanding of a contested topic. Panel topics are varied, but generally pertain to contemporary issues that demand focused research attention, new research challenges, or changes to the status quo of the discipline. Panels related to the conference theme, and panels including a senior practitioner, are especially welcome. We encourage proposals that are innovative, inspirational, and potentially controversial, leaving the audience with more questions and issues to debate and consider after the panel is over.

Track Chairs
Sunil Mithas, University of South Florida, USA
James Y. L. Thong, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Hong Kong SAR
Eric Zheng, University of Texas at Dallas, USA

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Sunday, December 12th

Panel: Cultivating Compassionate Workplaces: Should IS Research Claim a Seat at the Table?

Amber Grace Young, University of Arkansas
Ann Majchrzak, University of Southern California
Dorothy E. Leidner, Baylor University
Fred Niederman, Saint Louis University
Roopa Raman, University of Dayton
Sirkka L. Jarvenpaa, University of Texas at Austin
Sutirtha Chatterjee, UNLV

Panel: Digital Resilience During Covid: Fleeting or Enduring

Waifong Boh, Nanyang Technological University
Panos Constantinides, University of Manchester
Balaji Padmanabhan, University of South Florida
Siva Viswanathan, University of Maryland College Park
Ola Henfridsson, University of Miami
Arun Rai, Georgia State University
Soumya Sen, University of Minnesota

Panel: Future of Work: the College of Senior Scholars' Panel

Damien Joseph, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
Natalia Levina, New York University
Fred Niederman, Saint Louis University
Leslie Willcocks, London School of Economics and Political Science
Deborah Armstrong, Florida State University

Panel: Making an Impact with Responsible Information Systems Research

Stacie Petter, Baylor University
Tilo Böhmann, Universität Hamburg
Andrew Burton-Jones, The University of Queensland
Michelle Carter, Washington State University
Brian Fitzgerald, Lero, University of Limerick
Michael Rosemann, Queensland University of Technology
Christina Soh, NTU