We are living in an era of digital transformation, an ongoing process that transforms services and business through the implementation and adoption of various digital technologies that include but are not limited to mobile, social media, digital platforms, cloud, IoT, robotics, artificial intelligence and machine learning, big data and real-time analytics. Given the changing nature of the IT artifact, its ubiquity to all that we do in our personal and professional lives, as well as its role in our connectedness to others, our challenge is to understand behavioral, organizational, and institutional factors affecting IT adoption and/or usage as well as the implementation processes and approaches that are essential to enable the generation of value from IT in positive ways.

Track Co-Chairs:
Alanah Mitchell, Ph.D., Drake University
Manuel Trenz, Ph.D., University of Goettingen
Xiaojun ZHANG, Ph.D., The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology

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Monday, December 12th
12:00 AM

A Multi-Dimensional Theory of Transparency, Trust, and Risk in Technology Adoption

Julian Märtins, University of Münster
Robin Kehl, University of Münster
Daniel Westmattelmann, University of Münster
Gerhard Schewe, University of Muenster

12:00 AM

Assimilation of Flexible Information Technologies

Raheleh Barkhordari, Queens University
Brent Gallupe, Queen's University

12:00 AM

Competing Affordance Potencies Shaping Data Collection: Case of Humanitarian Organizations

Marta Maria Vila-Pozo, University Of Oslo
Rosario Martinez, Médecins Sans Frontières
Sundeep Sahay, University of Oslo

12:00 AM

Digital Innovation Champions: Which Champions drive the Usage of Digital Innovation Management Systems and its Impact on New Product Development Performance

Herbert Endres, University of Regensburg
Stefan Huesig, TUC

12:00 AM

Embedding Service Logic into Business Model Design: The Case of Predictive Maintenance for Industry 4.0

Shane J. Mcloughlin, LERO, NUIM
Abhinay Puvvala, Lero, The Irish Software Research Centre
Niall Connolly, Maynooth University
Giovanni Maccani, Ideas for Change
Brian Donnellan, Maynooth University

12:00 AM

Instant Messaging and Employee's Performance: A Text Mining Approach

Mostafa Esmaeili, Information Systems & Decision Sciences, MUMA College of Business, University of South Florida
Daniel Zantedeschi, University of South Florida

12:00 AM

The Power of Positivity: Framing IS adoption messages just right

Marie Godefroid, Universität Siegen
Ralf Plattfaut, Fachhochschule Südwestfalen

12:00 AM

The Red Queen Hypothesis and Improvisational Capabilities for Resilience: A Study of Korean Online Gaming Industry

BK Lee, University of New South Wales
Felix Tan, University of New South Wales
Zixiu Guo, UNSW
Seongmin Jeon, Gachon University

12:00 AM

The Risk of Cryptocurrency Payment Adoption

Chaoyue Gao, Harbin Institute of Technology
Bin Gu, Boston University
Xianwei Liu, Harbin Institute of Technology
Qiang Ye, Harbin Institute of Technology

12:00 AM

Transition Pathways towards Design Principles of Self-Sovereign Identity

Johannes Sedlmeir, University of Bayreuth
Tom Barbereau, University of Luxembourg
Jasmin Huber, University of Bayreuth
Linda Weigl, University of Luxembourg
Tamara Roth, University of Luxembourg

12:00 AM

When Standard Is Not Enough: a Conceptualization of AI Systems’ Customization and its Antecedents

Lorenzo Diaferia, SDA Bocconi School of Management
Ivo Blohm, University of St. Gallen
Leonardo Maria De Rossi, Sda Bocconi School of Management
Gianluca Salviotti, Sda Bocconi School of Management

12:00 AM