INNOVATION AND ORGANIZATION
Seminar 13:30-15:00 : The new ‘normal’? Experiences and management of ambiguity in ICT-enabled work among knowledge professionals
Tina Blegind Jensen’s research focuses on organizational and managerial issues of information systems with a particular interest in the impact of digital technology on people in organizations. She has published articles in leading journals and frequently presents her work in major conferences on topics such as digital transformation of work, sensemaking practices, institutional structures, information infrastructures, identity, and healthcare information systems. Some of her work can be found in Organization Science, Information and Organization, Journal of Strategic Information Systems, European Journal of Information Systems, as well as in the proceedings of IS and Organizational Studies conferences. Tina is an editorial board member of three leading IS journals and serves in various organizing capacities in major international conferences on management information systems. At CBS, Tina serves as a member of the Study Board for Business Administration, Information Systems and Information Management.
Seminar 15:00-16:30 : The Cognitive cost of Versatile ICT
After spending 4 years in management consulting, Jean-Charles Pillet has joined the PhD program at Grenoble EM, France. Buidling on the premises that contemporary information technologies are protean artefacts with blurred boundaries, he explores the concept of "hybrid technologies" that span multiple categories (professional-personal, working-playing, tool-toy, etc.). The driving question is how to implement technologies that drive innovation without compromising organizational efficiency and employee well-being. He closely monitors the developments in smart and connected devices, gamification, and the introduction of social media at work. Jean-Charles has pusblished in the International Journal of Information Management and serves as an ad hoc reviewer in Long Range Planning, Management International, Technological Forecasting and Social Change, M@ n@ gement, and The International Journal of Information Management.