Article de revue avec comité de lecture (2)
SHIRISH Anuragini, SRIVASTAVA Shirish C., CHANDRA Shalini
Does technostress inhibit employee innovation? Examining the linear and curvilinear influence of technostress creators. Communications of the Association for Information Systems, 2019 (document in press)
Despite the increasing quantum of research on technostress, three gaps are particularly noteworthy. First, though prior studies have described ‘technostress creators' through the five dimensions -techno-overload, techno-invasion, techno-complexity, techno-insecurity, and techno-uncertainty, in an aggregated way, the individual influence of each of these technostress creators on job outcomes has not received adequate attention. Second, though past organizational research suggests a curvilinear relationship between job-stress and job-outcomes, it has not been examined if the stress-performance dynamics for the technostress context follows the organizational stress literature. Third, despite the emphasis on information and communication technology (ICT) enabled innovation in firms, the influence of technostress creators on ICT-enabled innovation has not been explored in-depth. Grounding our arguments in the control theory of occupational stress and conservation of resources (COR) theory, we first theorize the linear and curvilinear relationships for each of the five technostress creators with ICT-enabled employee innovation, and then test the hypothesized relationships through a survey of organizational employees who regularly use ICTs for professional tasks. The results offer a nuanced understanding about the nature of individual technostress creators and their relationships with ICT-enabled employee innovation. On the practical front, our research paves the way for more meaningful technostress management strategies within organizations
A framework to analyse knowledge management system adoption through the lens of organizational culture. AI EDAM : Artificial intelligence for engineering design, analysis and manufacturing, 2019, vol. 33 (document in press)
Although, the KM-culture research has helped to validate the importance of cultural values for companies' KM initiatives and provided insights into some important values, it still lacks frameworks and analysis outlining how specific types of cultural values might relate to Knowledge Management systems adoption and subsequent outcomes. In this article, we provide a three-dimensional framework to help managers articulate how culture affects their unit's ability to create, transfer and apply knowledge through KMS use. To illustrate the application of the framework, we also present an exploratory case study we have performed in an international organization in the area of development assistance and capacity development.
Communication dans une conférence à comité de lecture (2)
SHIRISH Anuragini, BOUGHZALA Imed, SRIVASTAVA Shirish C.
Does technology enabled design-thinking influence digital innovation? An innovation affordance perspective. HICSS 2019 : 52nd Hawai'i International Conference on System Sciences, 08-11 january 2019, Maui, United States, 2019
Though prior research recognizes the vital role of the ‘innovation agents' in effectuating digital innovation, little attention has been given to examine the role of ‘innovation affordances'. Drawing on digital innovation literature, we conceptualize the influence of both -‘innovation agent' and ‘innovation affordance' factors on the extent of digital innovation. We then test the theorized model via a quasi-experimental study, where the extent of digital innovation from a technology enabled design-thinking creative process is examined. Though the results from our study demonstrate the salience of both ‘innovation agent' and ‘innovation affordance' factors, the latter operationalized through technology enabled design-thinking process, the construct for which is developed in our study, has a stronger influence on digital innovation. Our research emphasizes the need for having a well-structured technology enabled creative process to actualize the innovation affordances. The findings have significant theoretical and practical implications.
SHIRISH Anuragini, SRIVASTAVA Shirish C., CHANDRA Shalini
Does the extent of technology use in design thinking process influence project outcomes ?. POMS 30th Annual Conference : Production and Operations Management Society, 02-06 may 2019, Washington, D.C., United States, 2019 (document in press)
Taking a technology affordance perspective, we posit that the use of information and communication technologies (ICTs) in the design thinking process has a positive impact on project outcomes. Using data from 44 innovative projects comprising 450 participants we test the conditions under which our propositions are true.
Chapitre dans un livre (3)
ADROT Anouck, BIA FIGUEIREDO Marie-Anne
Lost in digitization : a spatial journey in emergency response and pragmatic legitimacy. Materiality in institutions : spaces, embodiment and technology in management and organization, Palgrave Macmillan, 2019, (Technology, Work and Globalization), ISBN 978-3-319-97471-2 (document in press)
Institutional and technological changes can conduct organizations to strengthen or defend their pragmatic legitimacy, in particular through digitization. In this vein, some organizations in the emergency sector have triggered massive investments to address their stakeholders' informational needs, thereby defending their pragmatic legitimacy. However, knowledge remains scarce about the practical influence of organizational search for pragmatic legitimacy on operations, especially in emergency settings. Inspired from pragmatist thinking and grounded theory principles, Anouck Adrot and Marie Bia-Figueiredo propose space as an intermediary concept to better understand the materiality of emergency organizations' pursuit for pragmatic legitimacy. They propose a relational frameworks that depicts emergency response as a spatial journey. Composed of six mutually imbricated occupational areas, the proposed framework highlights how Sigma, a firefighting organization, attempted to defend occupational balance in operations. Our contribution is double. First, we highlight how materiality can be reused by practitioners to develop reflexivity about practice and institutions. Second, we outline that a spatial approach to operations can help anticipate potential side effects of transformation, that can endanger pragmatic legitimacy.
Nouvelles pratiques dans l'économie numérique : vers l'ubérisation du droit ?. L'innovation juridique et judiciaire : méthodologie et perspectives, Bruxelles : Larcier, 2019, (Droit, management et stratégies), pp. 225-244, ISBN 978-2-8079-0905-2
L'ubérisation correspond à un phénomène de désintermédiation (d'où l'apparition de nouveaux entrants sur les marchés), mais renvoie aussi à une réflexion sur la collecte, l'exploitation et la valorisation d'informations et de données dites massives (big data). Qu'en est-il de l'impact sur le secteur du droit et les métiers associés (avocats et autres professions juridiques) ? La création de documents juridiques et/ou la rédaction de contrats sont souvent citées comme des activités susceptibles d'être ubérisées. Ce chapitre, divisé en deux parties, vise donc à analyser la situation actuelle et les conséquences possibles de l'ubérisation sur les activités juridiques à moyen terme.
Strategic and Business-IT alignment under digitalization: towards new insights?. Business transformations in the era of digitalization, Hershey : IGI Global, 2019, pp. 93-105, ISBN 978-1-5225-7262-6
Digital transformation is at a very early stage. Digital transformation has several impacts on business, on organization and process and raises several questions. Over the years, the aims of strategic fit and IT-business alignment have remained constant but the environment in which companies operate has changed significantly becoming more dynamic, very competitive and global. This chapter attempts to analyse how the digital transformation could affect more specifically strategic and IT-business alignment.