Organizing for the Digital World

IT for Individuals, Communities and Societies

  • Federico Cabitza
  • Carlo Batini
  • Massimo Magni
Conference proceedings

Part of the Lecture Notes in Information Systems and Organisation book series (LNISO, volume 28)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-viii
  2. Luca Cremona, Aurelio Ravarini, Jan Vom Brocke
    Pages 23-31
  3. Costanza Di Fabio, Elisa Roncagliolo, Francesco Avallone, Paola Ramassa
    Pages 33-47
  4. Dominik Zellhofer
    Pages 49-62
  5. Jose Luis Fernandez-Marquez, Chiara Francalanci, Sharada Mohanty, Rosy Mondardini, Barbara Pernici, Gabriele Scalia
    Pages 63-74
  6. Assunta Di Vaio, Luisa Varriale, Federico Alvino
    Pages 93-104
  7. Paolo Spagnoletti, Gianluigi Me, Federica Ceci, Andrea Prencipe
    Pages 105-119
  8. Federico Cabitza, Davide Ciucci, Raffaele Rasoini
    Pages 121-136
  9. Ludovica Moi, Francesca Cabiddu, Moreno Frau
    Pages 137-148
  10. Stefano Poponi, Enrico Maria Mosconi, Alessandro Ruggieri, Michelangelo Arezzo di Trifiletti
    Pages 175-187
  11. Carla Simone, Angela Locoro, Federico Cabitza
    Pages 189-201
  12. Lapo Mola, Renata Kaminska, Andrea Carugati
    Pages 203-214
  13. Ole Hanseth, Jasmina Masovic, Bjørn Erik Mørk
    Pages 247-263
  14. Back Matter
    Pages 265-266

About these proceedings


This book argues that “organizing” is a broader term than managing, as it entails understanding how people and machines interact with each other; how resources, data, goods are exchanged in complex and intertwined value chains; and how lines of action and activities can be articulated using flexible protocols and often ad-hoc processes in situated practices of use and production.
The book presents a collection of research papers shedding new light on these phenomena and related practices from both academic and professional perspectives. Given the plurality of views that it offers, the book makes a relevant contribution to the understanding and appreciation of the complexity of the digital world at various levels of granularity. It focuses on how individuals, communities and the coopetitive societies of our new, global and hyperconnected world produce value and pursue their objectives and ideals in mutually dependent ways. The content of the book is based on a selection of the best papers - original double-blind peer-reviewed contributions - presented at the annual conference of the Italian chapter of the AIS, which was held in Milan, Italy in October 2017.


Human machine interaction Complex value chains Complexity in a digital world Societal management of information Digital innovation Organizational behavior Organizational learning ICT adoption Consumer behavior Employer branding

Editors and affiliations

  • Federico Cabitza
    • 1
  • Carlo Batini
    • 2
  • Massimo Magni
    • 3
  1. 1.Department of Informatics, Systems and CommunicationUniversity of Milano-BicoccaMilanItaly
  2. 2.Department of Informatics, Systems and CommunicationUniversity of Milano-BicoccaMilanItaly
  3. 3.Department of Management and TechnologyBocconi UniversityMilanItaly

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