Track Information

Digital Transformation


Eusebio Scornavacca


The application of digital innovations such as ubiquitous networks, analytics, mobility, social media, block-chain technology and smart embedded devices is rapidly disrupting a variety of industries across the globe and challenging institutions, organizational structures and the skillset needed for a successful workforce. Digital Transformation broadly refers to the changes associated with the application of digital technology to all aspects of human life and society. From business perspective, digital transformation refers to organizational change through the use of digital technologies and strategy to improve performance. The goal of this track is to provide a forum to discuss the challenges and opportunities of Digital Transformation research. Authors are encouraged to submit papers presenting empirical and conceptual contributions to advance knowledge in this field. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to, the following:



  • Organizational implications of digital transformation

  • Social implications of digital transformation

  • Behavioral implications of digital transformation

  • Development and use of applications, artifacts and services supported by digital and cyber-physical ecosystems

  • New business models or strategies

  • How organizations leverage co-production and co-creation in designing and delivering ubiquitous digital services

  • Ethics, privacy and confidentiality in digital and cyber-physical ecosystems

  • Cases of Digital Transformation

  • Digital Competence development and acquisition

  • Digital Divide in the Digital Age

  • Future-proofing businesses and workforce