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Research seminar «Building better future of the Association for Information Systems» by Dr. Antoine Harfouche (University Paris Nanterre, France)

Department of Business Informatics of GSB at National Research University – Higher School of Economics and Russian Chapter of Association for Information Systems invites you to attend the research seminar «Building better future of the Association for Information Systems» that will be held on February 18th, 2021, at 18:10. Venue: virtual event in Zoom.

Research seminar «Building better future of the Association for Information Systems» by Dr. Antoine Harfouche (University Paris Nanterre, France)

Dear colleagues!

 Department of Business Informatics of Graduate School of Business at National Research University – Higher School of Economics and Russian Chapter of Association for Information Systems 

invites you to attend the research seminar «Building better future of the Association for Information Systems» that will be held on February 18th, 2021, at 18:10. Venue: virtual event in Zoom.


Date and time: February 17, 2021, 18:10 – 20:00.
Address: Virtual event in Zoom, https://zoom.us/j/97023615942
Working language: English.

 

Speaker:

Dr. Antoine Harfouche, Department of management science (Département de Sciences de Gestion), Faculty of Economics, Business and Management, Mathematics, Computer Science (UFR SEGMI), University Paris Nanterre, France.  

Abstract:

The Diversity and Inclusion (D&I) are critical issues for the AIS mission of establishing for its members “an environment that recognizes the inherent worth of every person and a group that fosters dignity, understanding, mutual respect, and that embraces diversity”. This is an important prerequisite for achieving the goals of the AIS community of “the open exchange of ideas and the freedom of thought and expression”. 

To tackle these D&I challenges AIS published in 2018 its famous “Diversity and Inclusion Report on Recommendations for AIS Communities” document that provides recommendations to AIS Chapters in support and development of their commitment to D&I. These include three major elements – activity areas of AIS Chapters:

1. Set diversity and inclusion goals specific to your community

2. Develop a strategy for reaching diversity and inclusion goals

3. Consider a variety of different avenues to increase D&I via member engagement

In his talk, Dr. Antoine Harfouche — one of leading European experts in IS/AI and active promoter of the D&I of regional chapters of AIS — suggests answers to the following questions. How can such a complex D&I issues be improved for regional AIS Chapters? What are approaches to it? What are prospects for cooperation of regional AIS Chapters within an open AIS Community environment? What are main organizational directions and best practice in D&I? What are prospective regions that benefit most from introduction of D&I practice and solutions? What are current and future developments in the international AIS Community of Diversity and Inclusion?


Guest speaker:

Dr. Antoine Harfoucheis an Associate Professor of Information Systems (IS) and Artificial Intelligence (AI) at University Paris Nanterre where he teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in various areas, including IS, AI, Big Data, and Quantitative Methods. Dr. Harfouche has contributed to the IS & AI community through his excellent teaching, cutting-edge research, and outstanding service. Dr. Harfouche completed his M.Sc. and Ph.D. in Management Information Systems at Paris Dauphine University (FR). Dr. Harfouche’s research primarily examines how IS and AI impact individuals, organizations, countries, and societies in general. His publications appeared in peer-reviewed journals (e.g., the Annals of Operation Research, Trends in Biotechnology, Information Technology and People, Lecture Notes in Information Systems and Organization) and renowned conference proceedings (e.g., ICIS, PACIS, MCIS).

Dr. Harfouche is member of the Association for Information Systems (AIS). He is the Past President of the MENA-AIS chapter, the President of the Lebanese AIS chapter (LAIS), and the Past President of the international association ICTO (Information and Communication Technologies in Organizations and Society).

In 2020, Dr. Harfouche received the Sandra Slaughter Service Award of the Association for Information Systems (AIS). This award recognizes long standing members who have provided leadership and service within the Association, particularly through such activities as holding past Council positions, participating in the SIGs/chapters/colleges, strengthening the conferences, and participating in AIS-sponsored journals.