Sub-theme 47: “Orgachines?!” Organizational Decision-making and Machine Algorithms

Ann-Christine Schulz, FHWien der WKW, Austria
Martin Gersch, Freie Universität Berlin, Germany
Wolfgang H. Güttel, TU Wien, Austria
Session I: Thursday, July 07, 11:00 to 12:30, TC.5.13
Intro & Decision-Making
Chair: Ann-Christine Schulz
Stephen Impink
Supplier resource sharing and the nascent industry development
Discussant(s): Mona-Maria Bardmann
Verena Stingl and Anika Stephan
When AI becomes a team member: Organizational problem-solving and AI agency in speculative fiction
Discussant(s): Luciana Blaha
Ann-Christina Lange, Marc Lenglet and Robert Seyfert
Automating financial work: A comparative ethnographic study of the relational dynamics of computerised markets
Discussant(s): Ann-Katrin Eicke
Lisa Pelssers and Christophe Dubois
Going beyond the black box: The socio-legal-materiality of administrative law in the making at the Belgian Council of State
Discussant(s): Francesco Gualdi
Session II: Thursday, July 07, 14:00 to 15:30, TC.5.13
AI & Human-Machine Interaction
Chair: Martin Gersch
Bijona Troqe, Nicolette Lakemond and Gunnar Holmberg
Half-truths: Uncovering the role of AI in situated decision-making
Discussant(s): Nicole Lettner
Maria Luciana Blaha and Donald Hislop
Orgachines: Who decides how we use the machines?
Discussant(s): Simon Fronczek, Hanna Sauer, Nina Katrin Hansen
Daria Morozova
Defying and following algorithms: How prescriptive authority and human uniqueness beliefs interact
Discussant(s): Luis Hillebrand
Session III: Friday, July 08, 09:00 to 10:30, TC.5.13
AI & Strategy
Chair: Wolfgang H. Güttel
Stefan Konlechner, Christian Garaus and Christopher Lettl
Heuristics in business model designing: A configurational study
Discussant(s): Daria Morozova
Ann-Katrin Eicke, Christopher Sabel and Stephan Nüesch
Algorithm-driven search: An attention-based perspective on AI for organizational exploitation and exploration
Discussant(s): Christian Garaus, Stefan Konlechner
Jane Seppälä, Timo Vuori and Tero Ojanperä
Building strategically important algorithmic tools: Evidence from retail industry
Discussant(s): Sven Packmohr
Session IV: Friday, July 08, 11:00 to 12:30, TC.5.13
AI & Leadership
Chair: Uta Wilkens
Nicole Lettner, Katharina Gilli and Wolfgang H. Güttel
Interconnectedness of humans, organizations and machines: Leaders central role for digital transformation
Discussant(s): Helene Friis Ratner, Ida Marie Schrøder
Simon Fronczek, Hanna Sauer and Nina Katrin Hansen
Meaningful work during remote work: A qualitative study on how e-leaders can influence the work meaningfulness of their employees
Discussant(s): Ann-Christina Lange, Marc Lenglet, Robert Seyfert
Mona-Maria Bardmann, Caroline Ruiner and Matthias Klumpp
Human trust and control in high-reliability organizations
Discussant(s): Stephen Impink
Sabrina Schneider and Michael Leyer
Decisions made by AI: In whom we trust?
Discussant(s): Eugene Sadler-Smith
Session V: Friday, July 08, 14:00 to 15:30, TC.5.13
AI & Change
Chair: Eugene Sadler-Smith
Martin Schulz, Erik Strauss and Leona Wiegmann
Reacting to failure and orchestrating success: Knowledge worker attention shifts before and after organizational performance shocks
Discussant(s): Sabrina Schneider
Sven Packmohr
Starting an ML journey – A case study of an organization’s digital transformation through the lens of sociomateriality
Discussant(s): Martin Schulz
Anna Tillmann and Bas Koene
Gig work and its impacts on existing HR and organizational responsibilities and the role of HRM
Discussant(s): Jane Seppälä
Session VI: Saturday, July 09, 09:00 to 10:30, TC.5.13
AI & Creativity
Chair: Stefan Konlechner
Uta Wilkens, Daniel Lupp, Annette Urban and Sophie Ribbe
Co-Creating with AI and occupational identity – Configurations of human and non-human agency in different industries and professional tasks
Discussant(s): Verena Stingl, Anika Stephan-Korus
Eugene Sadler-Smith and Ceyda Paydas Turan
The Impossibility of Artificial Intuition?
Discussant(s): Anna Tillmann, Bas Koene
Antonio Cordella, Francesco Gualdi and Alberto Cessel
Explainability vs transparency: The enactment of how to identify and address AI bias
Discussant(s): Zahira Jaser, Dimitra Petrakaki
Session VII: Saturday, July 09, 11:00 to 12:30, TC.5.13
AI & Social Practices
Chair: Martin Schulz
Luis Hillebrand and Sebastian Raisch
Managing stakeholder relations in the digital world: AI-based social bots as ostensible actors
Discussant(s): Bijona Troqe
Zahira Jaser and Dimitra Petrakaki
The ‘enframing’ process of automated job interviews: implications for job seekers
Discussant(s): Lisa Pelssers, Christophe Dubois
Helene Friis Ratner and Ida Schrøder
The emerging ethical plateau of predictive algorithms in the public administration of Danish child protective services
Discussant(s): Uta Wilkens, Annette Urban, Daniel Lupp