13th Hyderabad

In 2023 we are hosting two SIG CNOW workshops.
The first takes place as a hybrid workshop in June in relation to ECIS 2023 in Kristiansand, Norway
The second takes place in December, in relation to ICIS 2023 in India.  

The 13th CNOW Workshop

Virtual First Workshop

 Register for the workshop here
(fee is 15 dollars). 

Join Zoom Meeting

Meeting ID: 980 1430 9192
Passcode: 661545 

Time and Date
Saturday the 9th December, 13:30 PM - 7:30 PM - UTC +5,5.
In Central European Time zone (CET +1) the time is 9.00 AM - 15.00 PM.
In the US Time Zone (GMT -5) the time is 3.00 AM - 9 AM.     


13:30 – 13:45
Intro by Louise Harder Fischer

13:45 – 14:45  
Meta-work in the age of AI: Industry and Academic Perspectives

Malar Hirudayaraj, Associate Professor, Human Resource Development, at Rochester Institute of Technology
Bonnie Cheuk,Senior Director, Head of Business and Digital Transformation at AstraZeneca.

14:45 – 15:00 break

15:00 – 16:45
Round-table 1: Emerging issues in flexible work.
Facilitated by Mari-Klara Stein

20 min per paper, 10 min presentation + 10 min discussion 

Paper 1. Communicating More, Less Frequently: Communication Fidelity Work in Remote Organising.
By Julian Prester and Julian Marx


Paper 5. Cyberslacking in digital workplaces: Viewpoints of technostress and employees

By Xiaojiang Zhengm, Shixuan Fu, Zhichao Guan and Junming Xiang


Paper 6. Hybrid Work, Visibility and Proximity. 
Bayu Nuswantoro and Alexander Richter


Paper 8. Tipping the Balance between Technostress and Technorelief: A Techno Resilience Perspective.
Maylis Saigot, Pernille Rydén and Omar El Sawy


Paper 3. Job Security Regulations as Moderators of
Flexible Working Arrangements and Organizational Citizenship Behavior,
Antje Schwarz

16:45 – 16:55 break

16:55 – 17:30
 Open Mic on Teaching CNOW facilitated by Liana Razmerita

Presentation by Kathrin Kirchner and Liana Razmerita to spark dialogue
on tips, tricks and good ideas on how to teach emerging technology phenoma. 

17:30 – 19:15 
Round-table 2: Responsible management of digital workforce.
Facilitated by Bart van den Hooff
20 min per paper, 10 min presentation + 10 min discussion 

Paper 2. Algorithmic Work on Digital Labor Platforms: Bringing Humans Back in Control
By Hui Hao, Monideepa Tarafdar and Traci Hess


Paper 4. Humanistic Goals’ Role in Sustaining a Digital Labour Platform.
By Sampsa Suvivuo, Tapani-Rinta Kahila and Virpi Kristiina Tuunainen

Paper 10. The Evolution of a Technical Skill: A Study of AI Demand Evolution in Labor Markets.
By Pedro Seguel and Lisa Cohen.

Paper 11. Platforms and precarity of organizational work
By Babak A. Farshchian

Paper 7. Corporate Digital Responsibility – opportunities and obstacles for businesses and information systems research.
By Ronald Ivancic and Lisa Giermindl

19:15 – 19:30 Closing by Joao Baptista 

Organizing Committee

Mari-Klara Stein, TalTech, mari-klara.stein@taltech.ee
Joao Baptista, Lancaster University, j.baptista@lancaster.ac.uk
Louise Harder Fischer, IT-University of Copenhagen, louf@itu.dk
Liana Razmerita, Copenhagen Business School, lra.msc@cbs.dk 
Bart van den Hooff, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, b.j.vanden.hooff@vu.nl