Organizational Systems and Technology

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The Organizational Systems and Technology Track has the following minitracks:
  • Advances in Design Science Research
  • Advances in Trust Research: How Context and Digital Technologies Matter
  • AI, Organizing and Management
  • Blockchain Cases and Innovations
  • Business Process Technology
  • Conceptualization, Evaluation, and Integration of Digital Opportunity Recognition
  • Dark Sides of Digitalization
  • Data Analytics, Strategy, and Business Values
  • Data and Analytics Driven Digital Transformation in Organizations and Society
  • Digital Innovation, Transformation, and Entrepreneurship
  • Digital Transformations of Business Operations
  • Dynamics and Impacts of Platforms and Ecosystems
  • Enterprise Ecosystems: The Integrated Enterprise, Levels of Information Systems Research (Process, Enterprise, Ecosystem & Industry-Level)
  • Human Flourishing in the Digital Era: Individual, Organizational, and Societal Possibilities and Pitfalls
  • Informing Research: Engaging with Futures
  • IS for Social Good and Ills: Implications for Research, Practice, and Policy
  • IT Governance and its Mechanisms
  • Metaverse
  • Practice-based IS Research
  • Socio-Technical Issues in Organizational Information Technologies
  • Special Topics in Organizational Systems and Technology

The Organizational Systems and Technology Track is the largest track at HICSS. It is also the most eclectic, ranging from Artificial Intelligence to Enterprise Ecosystems to Social Impacts. Systems. Much like the information systems field, there are new topics every year. Many of the topics relate closely to what is currently “hot” in the world of practice, such as AI, digital platforms, and concerns about the misuse of technology. Others like IT governance have a timeless value. The Topics in Organizational Systems and Technology minitrack contains papers that do not fit neatly into any of the other minitracks.

We would like to express our appreciation to everyone who contributed to this track. Tung Bui and his staff continue to provide guidance. The minitrack chairs believed in the importance of their minitracks and provided the creativity and hard work required to make the minitracks a reality. The reviewers helped select the papers included in the OST Track and their comments helped authors to improve their papers.

Hugh J. Watson
University of Georgia

Dorothy E. Leidner
Baylor University