ICTO

Information and Communication Technologies
in Organizations and Society

ICTO 2017

University Paris Nanterre, March  16th and 17th,   2017  

Detailed PROGRAM

 

Thursday March 16th, 2017 Morning  /  Jeudi, 16 Mars 2017 Avant-midi

Time   /  Heure
  Event  /  événement
 LOCATION  / Lieu
  09:00AM - 09:30AM / 9h00 - 9h30
   Registration and welcome coffee / Accueil des participants
   University Paris Nanterre  - Hall Blg B
  09:30AM - 12:30PM / 9h30 - 12h30
   Pre-conference Doctoral Consortium  /    Séminaire Doctoral
    Room B15 - Blg B
  09:30AM - 10:45AM / 9h30 - 11h45
   Session 1 
    Room B16  - Blg B
 10:45AM - 11:00AM / 10h45 - 11h00
   Coffee Break /  Pause café
    Hall Blg B
 11:00AM - 12:30PM / 11h00 - 12h30
   Sessions 2 
    Room B16 - Blg B
 12:30PM - 01:30PM /  12h30 - 13h30
   Lunch / Déjeuner
    Hall Blg B
 

Pre-conference

Thursday March 16th, 2017  from 09:00AM to 12:30PM
Doctoral Consortium
Co-chairs:  PR. Alice Robbin, PR. Marco de Marco  (Thursday March 16 -  09:30AM-12:30PM) LOCATION: Room B15 - Blg B

Graziella Hobeika, The implementation of E-Government & E-Participation in parliaments: a radical change in the role of the citizen, the case of Lebanon

Alain Osta, A Neo-Institutional Approach of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) towards more legitimacy, The role of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT): Case of Lebanese banks and universities (BSR and USR)
Pierrete El Howeyek, Accreditation in higher education institutions, organizational change and legitimacy in an isomorphic neo-institutional approach: The case of Lebanese business schools and management faculties
Dennaoui Hassan, E-government Adoption Process in relation with Geographical Information
Nikolaos-Dimitrios Vasilakis, Health Information Systems (HIS) and stakeholders theory
 

Session 1

Thursday March 16th, 2017   from  09:30AM - 10:45AM
session  1.   SI : usage et impact
Chair:   PR.  Rolande Marciniak    (Thursday March 16, 2017 - 9:30AM-10:45AM)  
LOCATION: Room  B16 - Blg B
Welcome speech / French session (5') :   PR.  Rolande Marciniak
Paper 41. Nadia Tebourbi. Rôle de l’outil de gestion dans la dynamique d’une organisation apprenante : observation des interrelations, compréhension de la rétroaction et intégration permanente du changement. Etude de cas d’une knowledge intensive firm.
Paper 63.  Cinzia Dal Zotto, Evgeniya Kolpakova et Alexiane Gerber. Le rôle du leadership dans la transformation digitale : le cas du secteur pharmaceutique
Paper 73. Ahlam Azzamouri, Imane Essaadi, Selwa Elfirdoussi et Vincent Giard. Système Interactif d’Aide à la Décision d’ordonnancement de la production : une application à la production d’engrais dans une chaîne logistique
Paper 5. Charles Delale, Xavier Ranchoux et Antoine Harfouche. L’impact de la formation et de la maitrise d’usage de la technologie de l’échographie clinique d’urgence (ECU) sur la prise en charge des patients
 

Session 2

Thursday March 16th from  11:00AM - 12:30PM
session 2.    E-government and culture
Chair: PR.   Nancy Pouloudi   (Thursday March 16, 2017 - 11:00AM-12:30PM)
LOCATION: Room  B16 - Blg B
 Welcome speech / English session (5') :   PR. Nancy Pouloudi
 Paper 17. Tetsuo Noda, Akio Yoshida and Masami Honda.  Economic effect by Open Data in Local Government of Japan
 Paper 29. Adebayo Fasheyitan. Electronic Government in Nigeria: An assessment of current developments, benefits and challenges
 Paper 9. Hassan Dennaoui and Angelika Kokkinaki. Do Geographic Information Based Services influence e-government citizens’ adoption
 Paper 23. Nada Mallah Boustani and Charbel Chedrawi, Innovation, New Public Management and Digital Era Government, towards a better public sector performance through ICT: The case of the Lebanese Ministry of Environment
 
 

Thursday March, 16th, 2017 Afternoon  /  Jeudi, 16 Mars 2017 Après-midi

Time   /  Heure
 Event  /  événement
 LOCATION  / Lieu
  01:30PM - 02:00PM / 13h30-14h00
   Opening Session / Ouverture de la conférence
     B2 - Blg B
  02:00PM - 03:30PM / 14h00-15h30
   Inaugural Plenary Session / Session Inaugurale Plénière
      B2 - Blg B
  03:30PM - 04:00PM / 15h30-16h00
   ICTO general meeting /   Réunion générale ICTO
      B2 - Blg B
  04:00PM - 04:30PM / 16h00-16h30
   Coffee Break /  Pause café
      Hall Blg B
  04:30PM - 06:00PM / 16h30-18h00
   Parallel sessions 3 / Sessions Parallèles 3
      Room B15 & Room B16 - Blg B
 

Inaugural Plenary Session / Session Inaugurale Plénière

Thursday March 16 -  01:30PM -04:00PM

Location: University Paris Nanterre - bLG B - Amphi B2

Inaugural Plenary Session & ICTO General Meeting

Co-chairs:  PR. Teresina Torre, Pr. Béatrice Bellini

 Opening session  01:30PM -02:00PM
Opening
                              1.
       Introductory speech: PR. Antoine Harfouche (5')
                              2.
       Welcome message from University Paris Nanterre:  PR. Béatrice Bellini (5')
                              3.
       Inaugural speech :    PR. Peter Bednar (10')
 Keynotes     02:00PM -03:30PM
Keynotes
                              1.
       Keynote speaker 1.  PR. Georges Aoun  (15')    "ENTREPRENEURSHIP  & ICT"
                              2.
       Keynote speaker 2.  PR. Kai S. Koong   (15')   "SMART AGING:  CURRENT DEVELOPMENTS AND RESEARCH NEEDS"
                              3.
       Keynote speaker 3.  PR. Antoine Harfouche (15')  "SMART AGROFORESTRY & FIELD PHENOMICS: A 3rd GREEN REVOLUTION IN THE MAKING"
                              4.
       Keynote speaker 4.  PR. Paolo Spagnoletti (30') "Action Design Research in IS: a practice for organizing change and theory building"
                              5.
       Keynote speaker 5. (Concluding remarks) (10')  PR. Maurizio Cavallari "VALUE CO-CREATION IN  ICTO: OPPORTUNITIES  & CHALLENGES"
 ICTO General Meeting  03:30PM -04:00PM
 Meeting
 
      ICTO Annual Report and  ICTO election
 

Parallel sessions 3

Thursday March 16, 2017 - 4:30PM-6:00PM
session  3.1     ICT usage, resistance, and impact
Chair: PR. Fabrizio D'Ascenzo  (Thursday March 16, 2017 - 4:30PM-6:00PM)
LOCATION: Room  B15
Paper 32. Osama Isaac, Zaini Abdullah, Ramayah Thurasamy, Ahmed Mutahar and Adnan Aldholay. Antecedents and Outcomes of Internet Usage within Organizations in Yemen: An extension of the Unified Theory of Acceptance and Use of Technology (UTAUT) Model
Paper 52. Ravichandran Krishnamurthy. SME- Gateway for the growth of UAE
Paper 50. Peter Bou Saba and Mario Saba. There must be a reason why many of them are rejecting the IT tool
Paper 37. Jessy Nair and Balaji Singh. Empowering farmers in India through e-government services
session 3.2      Responsabilité sociale et tic
Chair: PR. Béatrice Bellini (Thursday March 16, 2017 - 4:30PM-6:00PM)
LOCATION: Room  B16
Paper 24. Charbel Chedrawi et Souheir Osta.  Les TIC et la Responsabilité Sociale dans le secteur bancaire au Liban; vers une reconquête de la confiance auprès des parties prenantes : Cas de la Banque Audi
Paper 13. Bessem Boubaker.  Rôle des TIC dans l’innovation du tourisme : Constats et réflexions
Paper 69. Sélim Mekdessi, Danie Khawaja et Nadine Dubruc. Appartenance aux réseaux : élément-clé de la RSE pour les PME libanaises ?
Paper 47. Wadi Tahri and Abdelbari El Khamlichi. Communication et divulgation de l’information RSE, entre théorie et pratique : Cas d'une banque marocaine
 

ICTO2017  Social Dinner  /  Dîner de gala d'ICTO2017

Thursday March 16th, Starting from 07:00PM / A partir de 19h
Compagnie des Bateaux-Mouches®
Port de la Conférence
Pont de l’Alma, Rive droite
75008 PARIS

Access

Métro ligne 9 - Alma-Marceau
Métro ligne 1 - Franklin Roosevelt
Bus 28, 42, 49, 63, 72, 80, 83, 92
RER C : station Pont de l’Alma
Parking gratuit pendant la durée du parcours

 
 

Friday March 17th, 2017 Morning /  Vendredi 17 Mars 2017 Avant-midi

Time   /  Heure
   Event  /  événement
  LOCATION  / Lieu
    9:00AM-10:30AM /  9h00-10h30
  Parallel Sessions 4 /  Sessions Parallèles 4
  Room B15 & Room B16 - Blg B
   10:30AM-11:00AM / 10h30-11h00
  Coffee Break /    Pause café
  Hall Blg B
   11:00AM-12:30PM /  11h00-12h30
  Parallel Sessions 5 /  Sessions Parallèles 5
  Room B15 & Room B16 - Blg B
   11:00AM-12:30PM /  11h00-12h30
  Roundtable  /  Tables ronde 
  Salle du conseil - Blg B
   12:30PM-14:00PM / 12h30-14h00
   Lunch /  Déjeuner
  Hall Blg B
 

Parallel sessions 4

Friday March 17, 2017 - 9:00AM-10:30AM
session   4.1 E-marketing & Social networks
Chair: PR. Pauline de Pechpeyrou  (Friday March 17, 2017 - 9:00AM-10:30AM)
LOCATION: Room  B15 - Blg B
Paper 19. Chiara Meret, Michela Iannotta and Mauro Gatti.  The power of web 2.0 storytelling to overcome knowledge sharing barriers
Paper 46. Tatiana Dauxert. Online consumer reviews in the hotel sector: why and how to answer?
Paper 64. Nor Aziati Abdul Hamid and Nor Hazana Abdullah. Does Persuasive E-Commerce Website Influence Users’ Acceptance and Online Buying Behaviour?
 Paper 20.  Claude Chammaa and Alessandra Lazzazara. The impact of culture on emarketing acceptance by millennials : The lebanese-italian case
session   4.2   Adoption des TIC
Chair: PR. Nadia Tebourbi  (Friday March 17, 2017 - 9:00AM-10:30AM)
LOCATION: Room  B16
- Blg B
Paper 14. Charbel Chedrawi, Bissane Harb et Mariam Saleh.  L’e-banking et l’adoption des innovations dans une perspective des coûts des transactions: Cas des plus grandes banques commerciales au Liban
Paper 38. Zahoua Roland Ahouman et Rongting Zhou. Les réalités e-Society en Afrique Sub-saharienne : Le Cas de la Cote d’Ivoire
Paper 31.  Antoine Harfouche et Soraya Ezzeddine. Culture, Ethique et Acceptation du e-ticketing: Cas  du Liban
Paper 81. Imed Nasr. Comment conditionner le processus psychique de l’internaute lors de la visite du site web et quel rôle pour le type de comportement ?
session   4.3   Social business and ICT
Chair: PR.  Tetsuo Noda (Friday March 17, 2017 - 9:00AM-10:30AM)
LOCATION:  salle du conseil
Paper 48. Sabrina Bonomi, Francesca Ricciardi and Cecilia Rossignoli.  ICT in collaborative network to improve the quality of life: a case of fruit and vegetables redirection.
Paper 26. Petra Turkama.  Building inclusive digital societies through the use of open source technologies
Paper 4. Daria Plotkina, Sarah Richard and Hélène Saurel. Disabled people empowerment through Information and Communication Technologies: a valuable opportunity or a new “white elephant”?
Paper 33. Antoine Harfouche et Karine Aoun.  Windows of opportunity, a neo-institutional lens to study e-government implementation in developing economies:  Riding the waves management to benefit from ICT for development
 

Parallel sessions 5

Friday March 17, 2017 - 11:00AM-12:30PM
session   5.1     e-health for a better life
Chair: PR.  Cecilia Rossignoli (Friday March 17, 2017 - 11:00AM-12:30PM)
LOCATION: Room  B15

Paper 62. Ashley Hamblin and Alice Robbin. Vaccine Health Communications for Older Adults and Information Behavior Outcomes
Paper 65. Roberta Pinna, Pierpaolo Carrus, Francesca Frexia and Marta Musso. TELEMEDICINE:Telemedicine: opportunities to improve quality of care and patient safety
Paper 72. Francesco Bellini, Fabrizio D'Ascenzo and Iana Dulskaia. Big Data Driven Healthcare Platform for Patients Record Management
Paper 83. Nikos Vasilakis and Nancy Pouloudi. Heroic Individuals Leading Good Practice at a Local Level in a Disorganized Context: the Case of Health Information Systems in Greece
session   5.2     Mobile Apps for a better life
Chair:  PR. Youcef Baghdadi (Friday March 17, 2017 - 11:00AM-12:30PM)
LOCATION: Room  B16
Paper 30. Ahmed Muatahr, Norzaidi Daud, Ramayah Thurasamy, Osama Isaac and Adnan H. Aldholay. Examining the effect of awareness and perceived risk on the technology acceptance model (TAM) to explain the clients’ intention to use mobile banking in Yemen
Paper 25. Elie Nasr, Elie Kfoury and David Khoury. A Pervasive IoT Scheme to Vehicle Overspeed Detection and Reporting
Paper 35. Kassem Danach, Joumana Al Haj Hassan and Abbas Tarhini. Mobile hospital routing for prioritized patients: an intelligent variable neighbourhood approach
Paper 79.  Maurizio Cavallari and Francesco Tornieri. A research into Security approaches of MicroServices against Virtual Machines
roundtable     
Chair: PR. Imed ben Nasr  (Friday March 17, 2017 - 11:00AM-12:30PM)
LOCATION:  salle du conseil

                                                                         Quel rôle du numérique dans l’innovation pédagogique

 
 

Friday March 17, 2017 Afternoon /  Vendredi 17 Mars 2017 Après-midi

Time   /  Heure
  Event  /  événement
 LOCATION  / Lieu
   02:00PM - 03:30PM /  14:00-15:30
  Parallel Sessions 6 /  Sessions Parallèles 6
  Room B15 & Room B16 - Blg B
   02:00PM - 03:30PM /  14:00-15:30
  Roundtable B  /  Tables ronde B
  Salle du conseil - Blg B
   03:30PM - 04:00PM /  15:30-16:00
  Coffee Break /  Pause
  Hall Blg B
   04:00PM - 05:30PM /  16:00-17:30
  Parallel Sessions 7 /    Sessions Parallèles 7
  Room B15 & Room B16 - Blg B
   05:30PM - 06:00PM / 17:30-18:00
  Conference conclusion  /  Cénémonie de clôture
  Salle du conseil - Blg B
 

Parallel sessions 6

Friday March 17, 2017 - 2:00PM-3:30PM

session   6.1     ICT and social impact
Chair: PR. Daniele Pederzoli (Friday March 17, 2017 - 2:00PM-3:30PM)
LOCATION: Room  B15
Paper 60. Hugo Savoini, Federico Carli and Maria Elena Manzotti. New market creation for technological breakthroughs: commercial drones and the disruption of the Emergency market
Paper 80. Maurizio Cavallari. Non-compliant behavior and ICT in Organization
Paper 77. Giuseppe Perna, Luisa Varriale and Maria Ferrara.  Sport and disability: The role of technology in promoting social inclusion
Paper  82. Daniele Pederzoli. In search a new paradigm for the Technology Acceptance Model and the increasing role of communities in the retail sector
session  6.2   e-learning
Chair:  PR. Francesco Bellini (Friday March 17, 2017 - 2:00PM-3:30PM)
LOCATION: Room  B16
Paper 42. Adnan H. Aldholay, Zaini Abdullah, Thurasamy Ramayah, Osama Isaac and Ahmed M. Mutahar. Online Learning Usage and Performance among Students within Public Universities in Yemen
Paper 18. Illa Sabbatelli, Maria Menshikova, Alberto Romolini and Marco De Marco.

The role of ICT and web-based training in the banking sector: An analysis of an Italian banking group’s experience

Paper 11. Sidani Dina and Sayegh May. Big data at the service of universities towards a change in the organizational structure and the decision-making processes
Paper 61. Nor Hazana Abdullah, Eta Wahab, Alina Shamsuddin and Nor Aziati Abdul Hamid. Virtual Team: Drivers and Barriers
session   6.3     ICT, Finance and performance
Chair: PR. Georges Aoun (Friday March 17, 2017 - 2:00PM-3:30PM)
LOCATION: Room  salle du conseil
Paper 27. Hafiz Imtiaz Ahmad and Khaled Aljifri. Choosing Valuation Models in the UAE
Paper 54. Amal Dabbous and Abdallah Nassereddine. The Impact of ICT on Financial Inclusion: Evidence from Arab Countries
Paper 39. Sajida Chamas, Hussein Hazimeh, Jawad Makki, Omar Abou Khaled and Elena Mugellini. Lexicon based Sentiment Analysis Approach for Ranking Event Entities
Paper 16. Abdullah Azhari and Xiaowen Fang. A lexical analysis of online reviews of social media applications
 

Parallel sessions 7

Friday March 17, 2017 - 4:00PM-5:30PM

session   7.1    Enterprise Architecture & SOE
Chair: PR. Abbas Tarhini (Friday March 17, 2017 - 4:00PM-5:30PM)
LOCATION: Room  B15
Paper 3. Youcef Baghdadi. A Framework for Enterprise Interactions: Conceptualization, Ontology, Architectures, and Technologies
Paper 76. Fatema Al Hadidi and Youcef Baghdadi. Ontology for Enterprise Collaborations: Extended and Virtual Enterprises
Paper 75. Mohamad Akoum and Veronique Blum. Enterprise Architecture: A pillar in an integrated framework to measure the Internal Control Effectiveness in the Oil & Gas Sector
 Paper 59. Jorge Cardoso. Impulsivity and self-awareness of dependency of use of instant messaging (IM) among college students
session   7.2   HRSI (Human Resources and IS)
Chair: PR.  Stéphane Bourliataux-Lajoinie   (Friday March 17, 2017 - 4:00PM-5:30PM)
LOCATION: Room  B16
Paper 53. Teresina Torre and Daria Sarti. Job satisfaction, workload and work-life balance. The moderating role of ICT
 Paper 51. Nizar Raissi. Using QFD method for assessing higher education programs: An examination of key stakeholders’ visions
Paper 70. Fobang Aime Noutsa, Samuel Fosso Wamba and Jean Robert Kala Kamdjoug. Exploring Factors Affecting the Adoption of HRIS in SMEs in a Developing Country: Evidence from Cameroon
Paper 78.  Wesley Palmer. Technological Innovation the Pathway to Entrepreneurs' Economic Advancement
Chair: PR. Marco De MarcO 
 
LOCATION:  salle du conseil
ProjectS 
 Friday March 17, 2017 - 4:00PM-5:30PM
 SCHOPPER ANR
ICT in Agriculture and forestry
 Smart Class 3.0 Train responsable manager
 PR.  Bernard Quinio
 PR. Antoine L. Harfouche
   PR. Béatrice Bellini 
PR. Rolande Marciniak
  PR. Elie Nasr
 PR. Georges Aoun
 PR. Antoine Harfouche
  PR. Jessy Nair
   PR. Selim Mekdessi
Dr Sana Skandrani
Prof Cecilia Rossignoli
PR. Marco de Marco
 

Closing session / Session de cloture

Friday March 17, 2017 - 5:30PM-6:00PM

Conference conclusion  /  Cénémonie de clôture
Session co-CHAIRS:  Pr Alice Robbin, Pr Antoine Harfouche  
(Friday March 17,  2017- 5:30PM - 6:00PM)

LOCATION  salle du conseil
PR. Teresina Torre: ICT for a better life and a better world
PR. Alice Robbin: Doctoral Consortium conclusion
PR. Stéphane Bourliataux-Lajoinie: Academic Professional  Development Workshop conclusion
PR. Fabrizio D'Ascenzo:  English session conclusion
PR. Rolande Marciniak:   French session conclusion
PR.  Antoine Harfouche:  From ICTO2017 to ICTO2018