ICTO

Information and Communication Technologies in Organizations and Society
ICTO Ethics Diversity Inclusion

ICTO Publications

Special issue (ICTO2017)
International Journal of Services and Standards

ICT and Services Improvements

International Journal of Service Standards ICTO Edition

co-editors:
Dr. Antoine Harfouche, University Paris Nanterre, France
Dr. Abbas Tarhini, Lebanese American University, Lebanon

ICT for a Better Life and a Better World

Springer ICT for a Better Life and a Better World

co-editors:
Youcef Baghdadi
Antoine Harfouche

This book focuses on the impact of information and communication technologies (ICTs) on organizations and society as a whole. Specifically, it examines how such technologies improve our lives and facilitate our work. A main aspect explored is how actors understand the potential of ICTs to support organizational activities and hence, how they adopt and adapt these technologies to achieve their goals. The book collects papers on various areas of organizational strategy, e.g. new business models, competitive strategies, knowledge management and more.

The main areas dealt with are new technologies for a better life, innovations for e-government, and technologies enhancing enterprise modeling. In addition, the book addresses how organizations impact society through sustainable development and social responsibility, and how ICTs employ social media networks in the process of value co-creation.

Newer Technologies for Better Life and World

Innovation for e-Government

Technologies Influencing Enterprise Modeling

Information and Communication Technologies in Organizations and Society

Springer Information and Communication Technologies in Organizations and Society

co-editors:
Francesca Ricciardi
Antoine Harfouche

This book presents a collection of original research papers focusing on emerging issues regarding the role of information and communication technologies in organizations, inter-organizational systems, and society. It adopts an inter-disciplinary approach, allowing for the integration of contributions from various disciplines such as information systems, organizational studies, marketing, accounting, and social sciences. This book offers valuable insights not only for scholars, but also for practitioners, managers, and policy makers. The book is a compilation of the best research papers – originally double blind, peer-reviewed contributions – presented at the ICTO 2015 conference held in Paris.

ICT and the Pursue of Public Good

ICT, Innovation and Organizational Change

Interacting in an ICT-Enabled Relational Landscape