LAIS is the premier academic association for individuals and organizations who lead the research, teaching, practice, and study of information systems, e-business, e-commerce, and e-Marketing in Lebanon.
THE LEBANESE CONFERENCE ON INFORMATION SYSTEMS 2017
Advancing business innovations, competitiveness, and progressiveness: the role of ICT towards smart organizations
The Association for Information Systems (AIS: http://aisnet.org) chapter in Lebanon LAIS: http://www.lebaneseais.com), together with the Lebanese American University (LAU: www.lau.edu.lb) is organizing the Lebanese Conference on Information Systems (LCIS 2017) at LAU NY Headquarters in New York and at LAU campus in Beirut.
Underdevelopment, insecurity, poverty, inequality, and immigration are major problems faced by developing countries. Since 2000, international donor agencies have been encouraging the usage of ICT in order to reduce the impact of these complex social problems. Today, much has been done. Some researchers have reported practices that could lead to socio-economic development, improve people’s life, and install a kind of a new emerging democracy. Indeed, according to some scholars, when correctly implemented, these technologies transform governments by boosting transparency and accountability (Subhajit Basu, 2004), cutting out the middleman, connecting the excluded (Heeks, 2010), and helping the agency of women which is of strong effect on development through entrepreneurship (Heeks and Shoba, 2010). The introduction of the digital production is known to enable collective power and crowdvoicing by allowing the growth of social outsourcing and social enterprises and leading towards smarter organizations, smarter cities and smarter countries.
The aim of LCIS 2017 is to illustrate some of the issues related to ICT for development and advancing business innovations, competitiveness, and progressiveness towards smarter cities, while keeping in mind the differences and similarities among developing countries. We also encourage multi- or inter-disciplinary research.
Notification of acceptance: Mar 20, 2017
Full paper submission: Apr 10, 2017
LCIS2017 Conference: Apr 27-29, 2017
Proposal submission: Mar 27, 2017
Doctoral Consortium: Apr 27, 2017
ICT for a better life and a better world
University Paris Nanterre, March 16th and 17th, 2017
1. Mario Saba and Peter Bou Saba. For
every bad there is a good. IT deployment through action research. (extented
abstract 2000 words)
2. Maurizio Cavallari, Francesco Tornieri and Marco De Marco. Organisational and Practical Controls to Prevent Cyber Attacks to HCE Mobile Payment on Android OS
3. Nabil Badr. COULD ICT BE HARNESSED FOR PREHOSPITAL EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES? `
4. Randa Salamoun. How identity shapes enactment of mobile ICT affordances: The case of constantly connected consultants
5. Nabil Badr and Michèle Kosremelli Asmar. What is the impact of data quality on health IT ecosystem?
6. Elie Nasr, Elie Kfoury, Maya Kfoury and Liliane Karam. An Analytical Approach to Psychological Behavior of Hackers’ Motives
7. Jihan Tarhini, Abbas Tarhini and Anwar Tarhini. INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY ADOPTION AND IMPLEMENTATION IN HIGHER EDUCATION
8. Kassem Danach, Shahin Gelareh, Wissam Khalil and Anwar Tarhini. Metaheuristic vs Reinforcement Learning Based Hyperheuristic applied to Capacitated Single Allocation p-Hub Location Problem
9. Rabab Rassi and Georges Aoun, ORGANIZATIONAL CHANGE: CASE OF A LEBANESE UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL
10. Abdallah Nassereddine and Amal Dabbous. Urban concentration in Lebanon: the need for urban observatories
11. Soraya Ezzeddine. Piratage numérique, religiosité et effet modérateur du climat moral et éthique
12. Charbel Chedrawi and Graziella Hobeika. LE CROWDSOURCING ET LA COCREATION AU PARLEMENT LIBANAIS, VERS UNE REDEFINITION DU ROLE DU CITOYEN DANS LE SECTEUR PUBLIC, LE CITIZENSOURCING
13. Claude Chammaa. Gouvernance et succession : Quels enjeux pour les entreprises familiales libanaises?
LCIS is the annual conference of the Lebanese Association for Information Systems. It attracts multidisciplinary contributions on information systems from the areas of organization, management, marketing, human resources, accounting, and supply chain mainly submitted by lebanese and international scholars.
Best Paper Award LCIS2016 (English Session)
Best Review Award LCIS2016
Best Review Award LCIS2016 (French Session)
Prof. Antoine HarfouchePast president of the LAIS
Prof. Tony GibeilySaint Joseph University, Lebanon
Prof. Hervé SabourinAUF
Rabab Rassi and Georges Aoun, ORGANIZATIONAL CHANGE: CASE OF A LEBANESE UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL
The Lebanese Association for Information Systems (LAIS) will serve the IS faculty in Lebanon through the advancement of knowledge and the promotion of excellence in the practice and study of information systems, e-business, e-commerce and e-Marketing. This chapter is the first academic information systems association of its kind in Lebanon and will provide members with a connection to other AIS chapters around the Mediterranean.
LAIS will offer its members a variety of resources, including adapted seminars, trainings and joint projects. Additionally, members will have access to the latest jobs from top Lebanese universities, as well as private placement services offered through the Lebanese Conference for Information Systems.
“Forming a Lebanese Chapter is an important step, and one that will help to foster the study of, and research into information systems in Region 2 of AIS (Europe, the Middle East, and Africa) by offering synergy between several other AIS chapters already established in this complex and critical region,” said Kendall.