The Transformative Impacts of IS on Work in Globalized Environments

Lille, IÉSEG School of Management

May 18-19-20, 2016



The 2016 colloquium of French Association Information & Management (AIM) will discuss how Information Systems are fundamentally transforming work in the global environment. Special attention will be put on how IS are influencing the place where work can be done, on the changing nature and structure of work (e.g., what work is done, how work is organized and coordinated) and on who is doing the work.

Deadline extended to January, 18th 2016

Topics of interest

(include but are not limited to)

  • IS and the changing nature of work
  • IS and changes in the structuring of work
  • IS temporalities and the global workforce
  • IS Impacts in global settings
  • IS and the different sourcing models
  • Peer-to-peer production systems
  • … and all other research in the field of Information Systems

Important dates

  • Fall 2015Call for papers
  • January 11th, 2016 January 18th, 2016Paper submission deadline (French or English)
  • March 1st Mid-March, 2016 – Authors notification
  • April 15th, 2016 May 2nd, 2016 – Submission of final versions of papers
  • May 18th, 2016 – AIM Doctoral Consortium
  • May 19-20th, 2016 – AIM Colloquium

IÉSEG School of Management

aim-lilleIÉSEG School of Management is one of the top ten business schools in France, located in both Lille and Paris. It is member of LEM (Lille Economie & Management, UMR CNRS 9221).


Aurélie Leclercq-Vandelannoitte
Caroline Sargis Roussel