ICTO 2015: The
Past, Present, and Future of Information and Communication Technologies in
Organizations and Society
PARIS March 12
and 13, 2015
Best Review Award English Session
at the ESCE Paris Campus
ICTO attracts multidisciplinary contributions on information systems from the areas of organization, management, marketing, human resources, accounting, knowledge management, and supply chain mainly submitted by international scholars.
It is an international conference that characterizes itself as a venue that offers to author’s high quality discussion and feedback, good networking opportunities and competitive publication outlets, keeping at the same time a friendly atmosphere with strong connections with the international IS community.
3 keynote speakers
4 roudtables (with 3 presentations each)
13 Countries (France, Italy, United Kingdom, Canada, United States, Austria, Singapore, Lebanon, Greece, Tunisia, Algeria, Slovakia, Oman)
30 accepted papers (from more than 70 papers reviewed)
7 students applications accepted to the doctoral symposium (from 17 received)
6408 total visits for the ICTO2015 Website (since June 2014)
1068 monthly avg./ 1816 best month/ 237 weekly avg./1176 best week
34 daily avg./ 585 best day
Pr. Paola Dameri
Università di Genova
Pr. Alessio Maria Braccini
Università della Tuscia
Today, the role of Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) in shaping human activity in organizations and in society has become more and more prominent. But many decades after their introduction, the question remains:
What do we know about their design, their usage, and their impact? What have we learned after all these years of research?
Président de l'esce
Best papers were selected for publication in a Springer volume (Lecturer Notes in Information Systems and Organisation) indexed by Scopus.