Sub-theme 02: [SWG] New Actors, Responsibilities, and Forms of Organizing in the Age of Digital Transformations

Convenors:
Itziar Castelló, University of Surrey, United Kingdom
Frank de Bakker, IÉSEG School of Management, France
Glen Whelan, McGill University, Canada
Session Time Corridor 1: Thursday, July 08, 08:00 to 12:30, Virtual Conference (EventsAir)
Digital Actors & Organizing / Platforms & Regulation
Break 1: 10:00 to 10:30
Chair: Itziar Castello, Frank de Bakker, Glen Whelan
Jessica Clement, Giovanni Esposito and Nathalie Crutzen
Strategic public management and Covid-19: How does digitalization support local public administration resilience?
Discussant(s): Zwaenepoel & Zanoni
Bennet Schwoon, Stefan Schembera and Andreas Georg Scherer
A multi-level process perspective on issue management in the context of grand challenges: the case of online hate speech governance at traditional media organizations
Discussant(s): Clement, Esposito & Crutzen
Jannes Zwaenepoel and Patrizia Zanoni
Mass predictive personalization at a public employment service: Algorithmic activation, data contexts & the (in)dividual
Discussant(s): Schwoon, Schembera & Scherer
Chloé Brassart and François Pichault
Informal practices and emerging regulation in a troubled field. A conventionalist analysis of institutional discourses in the taxi sector
Discussant(s): Wals
Constance Garnier and Ignasi Capdevila
Making, hacking, coding. FabLabs as platforms for social manufacturing
Discussant(s): Brassart & Pichault
Christopher Golding and David Larkin
Stigma in digital contexts: The case of Pornhub
Discussant(s): Garnier & Capdevila
Francisca Wals
Peer-to-peer platforms: their limits and responsibilities
Discussant(s): Golding & Larkin
Antoine Gilbert-Saad and Frank Siedlok
From “wet” rules to “dry” code: The affordances of distributed ledger technologies and their prospective impacts on organisations and institutions
Discussant(s): Newlands
Martín Harraca, Itziar Castelló and Annabelle Gawer
Platforms as social spaces
Discussant(s): Gilbert-Saad & Siedlok
Stan Karanasios, Olga Kokshagina and Pauline C. Reinecke
Framing the regulation of artificial intelligence-based technologies
Discussant(s): Harraca & Castelló
Gemma Newlands
Discovering Dataset Provenance: Visibility, Transparency, and Sustainability throughout the AI Data Supply Chain
Discussant(s): Karanasios, Kokshagina & Reinecke
This session will be split in one plenary introduction session and two subsequent parallel sessions.
Session Time Corridor 2: Thursday, July 08, 16:00 to 18:00, Virtual Conference (EventsAir)
Activism & Accountability
Chair: Glen Whelan, Frank de Bakker
Caroline Gauthier and Marcos Barros
Macro impact of online consumer activism: The case of Yuka
Discussant(s): Rehbein, Perrault & Westermann-Behaylo
Marcus Vinícius Peinado Gomes, Mário Aquino Alves, Fábio Grigoletto and Caio Motta Luiz de Souza
Leveraging influence in the era of social media: Platform activism and affordances in the case of @GreenpeaceBr
Discussant(s): Gauthier & Barros
Bruno R. Leandro, Caio Cesar Coelho, Benjamin Rosenthal and Amon Barros
The online identity of a CEO activist: Studying how CEOs can become influential political actors
Discussant(s): Gomes, Alves, Grigoletto & de Souza
Kathleen Rehbein, , Perrault, Michelle Westermann-Behaylo, Ronei Leonel and Elise Perrault
The unintended consequences of shareholder activism
Discussant(s): Leandro, Coelho, Rosenthal & Barros
Gozal Ahmadova, Blanca L. Delgado-Márquez and Luis Enrique Pedauga
The relationship between digitalization andenvironmental sustainability: A promising path or false prophecy?
Discussant(s): Miller
Tassiani dos Santos and
Social accountability through Facebook: Is the information needs supported?
Discussant(s): Ahmadova & Delgado-Márquez
Hedwik Dissenha Giesel and Farley Nobre
Blockchain for transparency in business sustainability: Integrative review
Discussant(s): dos Santos
Gloria Miller
The deficits in stakeholder accountability for artificial intelligence projects
Discussant(s): Giesel & Nobre
This session will be split in parallel sessions.
Session Time Corridor 3: Friday, July 09, 10:00 to 12:00, Virtual Conference (EventsAir)
Health & Identity
Chair: Itziar Castello, Frank de Bakker
Sarah Bostan and Lena J. Jaspersen
Roles and responsibilities of intermediaries as ‘new actors’: Implementing open-source electronic health record systems in development settings
Discussant(s): Navazhylava, Pettica-Harris & Elias
Agnė Gadeikienė and Asta Pundziene
Digital transformations of healthcare. The role of mission statement and dynamic capabilities in adopting value-based digital healthcare services
Discussant(s): Bostan & Jaspersen
Sanaz Kateb, Rebecca Ruehle, David Kroon and Elco van Burg
Innovation under pressure: Introducing technology in humanitarian organisations during the Covid-19 crisis
Discussant(s): Gadeikiene & Pundziene
Kseniya Navazhylava
YouTube’s Yoga with Adriene as an affective milieu: Exploring experiences of health and wellness in times of crisis.
Discussant(s): Kateb, Ruehle, Kroon & van Burg
Sami Paavola and Liubov Vetoshkina
Transformation of practical needs along with digitalization of academic work
Discussant(s): Waardenburg, Sergeeva & Huysman
Tapiwa Seremani, Antonio Giuliani and Carine Farias
“This is witch hunt!” Fostering and solidifying contentious online group cultures in the face of platform regulation and restriction
Discussant(s): Paavola & Vetoshkina
Hannah Trittin-Ulbrich, and Sarah Glozer
#Knowyourworth? Exploring ‘Worth Washing’ in Platformized Creative Labor
Discussant(s): Seremani, Giuliani & Farias
Lauren Waardenburg, Anastasia V. Sergeeva and Marleen Huysman
The burden of data production: How anticipating data work shapes police practices
Discussant(s): Trittin-Ulbrich
This session will be split in parallel sessions.
Session Time Corridor 4: Friday, July 09, 16:00 to 18:00, Virtual Conference (EventsAir)
Work & Institutions
Chair: Glen Whelan, Itziar Castello
Isam Faik
Disrupting for good: Paradoxical Tensions of Fintech as an emerging field for financial inclusion
Discussant(s): Struijk, Angelopoulos & Ou
Thorsten Koch
Digitizing television: How digital technologies change the TV broadcasting field
Discussant(s): Faik
Ashley Metz, Ronald Leenes, Vurain Tabvuma, Maksim Sitnikov and Johanna Mair
The flash diffusion of privacy ideas from big tech to COVID-19 track and trace: How ideas in one field can both hinder and enable action in another
Discussant(s): Koch
Mylène Struijk, Spyros Angelopoulos and Carol Ou
It’s complicated: A morphogenetic approach on conflicting institutional logics during digital transformation
Discussant(s): Metz, Sitnikov & Mair
Seyda Bagdogan
Considering virtual ethnography with the digitalentrepreneurship of Turkish women cooking on YouTube
Discussant(s): Vasarainen, Vetoshkina & Paavola
Francesca Bellesia, Elisa Mattarelli, Fabiola Bertolotti and Maurizio Sobrero
Gig workers on platforms. An integrative literature review and research agenda
Discussant(s): Bagdogan
Melanie McCaig, Davar Rezania and Rozita Dara
Is the Internet of Things a helpful employee? A discourse analysis of Canadian farmers
Discussant(s): Bellesia, Mattarelli, Bertolitti & Sobrero
Minna Vasarainen, Liubov Vetoshkina and Sami Paavola
Virtual safaris: New forms of participation in an airport terminal construction project
Discussant(s): McCaig, Rezania & Dara
This session will be split in parallel sessions.
Session Time Corridor 5: Saturday, July 10, 10:00 to 12:30, Virtual Conference (EventsAir)
The Gig Economy
Chair: Itziar Castello, Frank de Bakker, Glen Whelan
Elena Raviola and Kajsa Lindberg
Online boundary work: Performing participatory practices in news production
Discussant(s): Vanninen & Ojansivu
Peter Schou, Eliane Bucher and Matthias Waldkirch
Vox Populi et Vox Regni: Investigating digital voice channels in the gig economy
Discussant(s): Raviola & Lindberg
Heini Vanninen and Ilkka Ojansivu
Deconstructing sociomaterial performance: The visible and the invisible influencers in the digital economy
Discussant(s): Schou, Bucher & Waldkirch