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Title Organizing in a digitized world [electronic resource] : individual, managerial and societal issues / edited by Stefano Za, Augusta Consorti, Francesco Virili
Imprint Cham : Springer International Publishing : Imprint: Springer, 2022
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Descript vi, 292 p. : ill. (some col.), digital ; 24 cm
Series Lecture notes in information systems and organisation, 2195-4976 ; v. 50
Lecture notes in information systems and organisation ; v. 50
Note Individual perspectives. Engaging individuals in digital working practices -- Producing knowledge out of the academic box. A service-based view of citizen science -- Sustain the abilities of the future SMEs' empirical study -- How smart is this working? Traces of proactivity in the Italian experience during Covid-19 -- Work Digitalization and Job Crafting: The Role of Attitudes toward Technology -- When technology is taken for granted: the paradox of co-working -- Managerial perspectives. Coproducing intangible assets and values in organizations -- Disability management as a corporate social innovation process -- Throw money at ICD? The effect of the Global Financial Crisis on the link between Intellectual Capital Disclosure and (non-)audit fees -- Why more CSR disclosure does not mean more favourable CSR perception? Insights from fast fashion industry of Italy -- Exploring Sustainability discourse in Accounting: a literature analysis
In a digitized world, organizations and individuals have to deal with several challenges. Both public and private organizations must revise their processes and create new ones to take advantage of new opportunities and respond to emerging threats. At the same time, people need to redesign their personal and professional lives to create situations or conditions conducive to achieving their goals in an ever-expanding digital environment. This book contains a collection of research contributions that address the issues that individuals, organizations, and society face when operating in a digitized world. The plurality of views offered makes this book particularly relevant to academics, businesses, and public sector organizations. It gathers a selection of the best papers (double-blind peer-reviewed) presented at the Annual Conference of the Italian Section of AIS in October 2020 in Pescara, Italy
Host Item Springer Nature eBook
Subject Information technology -- Management -- Congresses
Organizational change -- Congresses
Business Information Systems
IT in Business
Business and Management, general
Alt Author Za, Stefano
Consorti, Augusta
Virili, Francesco
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