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februari 10, 2022 @ 1:30 e m - februari 11, 2022 @ 3:00 e m

4th Nordic Workshop on Digital Foundations of Business, Operations, Strategy and Innovation (DBOSI’22)


  • Thursday 10 February 2022 – 13:30 to 18:00 CET
  • Friday 11 February 2022 – 09:00 to 15:00 CET

This fourth invitational hands-on and small-scale research paper workshop on digital foundations of business, operations, innovation and strategy will bring together a group of researchers from information systems, computer science, operations management, innovation, and strategy. The aim of the workshop is developmental and focuses on presenting and sharing early-stage research that both junior and senior scholars are working on in these areas.

Our intent is to bring together scholarly communities, to provide opportunities for knowledge exchange and collegial interactions, and to pool new insights and ideas for future research, all in a friendly and supportive atmosphere. The workshop will be hosted by Swedish Center for Digital Innovation (SCDI) at Umeå University from 10-11 February 2022. Find the Zoom link on the bottom of the page.

Please note that the sessions are only open for those who have submitted an accepted research paper.


13:30 – 13:40 Opening and welcome

Hans Adolfsson, Vice Chancellor, Umeå Universitet

Jonny Holmström, Professor of Informatics, Umeå University and Director and Co-founder, Swedish Center for Digital Innovation (SCDI)
13:40 – 14:10 Keynote presentation

Nick Berente, Viola D. Hank Associate Professor of IT, Operations & Analytics, Notre Dame University.
Presentation title: Managing AI: Opportunities and Challenges for Research and Practice.

14:10 – 15:40 Session A

Chair: Lars Öbrand

Navigating ML Performance and Physical Environment in ML-Based Innovation.
Author: Adrian Bumann.
Discussant: Dina Koutsikouri.

Training the Machine: An Ethnographic Account of Slack Data Calibration in a Deep Learning Initiative.
Authors: Leif Sundberg, Angelos Kostis and Jonny Holmström.
Discussant: Daniel Stedjan Svendsrud.

Why Do Organizations Decide to Adopt Conversational AI Tools and Applications? Mapping Out the Action Potential of CAI.
Author: Maria Kandaurova.
Discussant: Rob Gleasure.

The Manifestation of Virtue Ethics in Digitalization Processes.
Authors: Lena Hylving and Susanne Lindberg.
Discussant: Panagiota Koukouvinou.

Automation, Augmentation and Performance: A Socio-Technical System Perspective.
Authors: Tomasz Mucha, Robin Gustafsson and Timo Seppälä.
Discussant: Shiyuan (Eric) Liu.

15:40 – 16:00 Break
16:00 – 17:30 Session B

Chair: Daniel Skog

Data Engagement for Digital Transformation.
Authors: Daniel Stedjan Svendsrud and Katja Maria Hydle.
Discussant: Angelos Kostis.

Data Ecosystem Innovation: The Case of Smart Contracts in Heavy Asset Industries.
Authors: Daniel Stedjan Svendsrud and Ole Hanseth.
Discussant: Kari M. Koskinen.

Managing Risk in Digital Ecosystems.
Authors: Sonja Hyrynsalmi, Kari M. Koskinen, Matti Rossi and Kari Smolander.
Discussant: Daniel Stedjan Svendsrud.

Path Channelling for Stimulating Platform Growth in Saturated Markets.
Author: Shiyuan (Eric) Liu.
Discussant: Tomasz Mucha.

Transforming Digital Ecosystems Towards Patient-Centric Care: A Multi-Platform Approach.
Authors: Dragana Paparova and Margunn Aanestad.
Discussant: Alex Christian.


09:00 – 09:30 Keynote presentation

Björn Brinne, Chief AI Officer, Peltarion.
Presentation title: Leverage Your Data: How a No-Code AI Platform Can Revitalize Firms.

09:30 – 10:40 Session A

Chair: Angelos Kostis

Mobilizing Phronetic Capability in Automated Decision Systems.
Authors: Dina Koutsikouri, Lena Hylving, Susanne Lindberg and Jonna Bornemark.
Discussant: Adrian Bumann.

When Justice Is Blind to Algorithms: A Case of Framing and Ignoring of Algorithms and Accountability in Public Administration Decision Making.
Authors: Charlotta Kronblad, Anna Essén and Magnus Mähring.
Discussant: Olgerta Tona.

Algorithmic Decision-Making Systems and Structural Injustice: A Social Connection Model Perspective.
Authors: Olgerta Tona, Lisen Selander, Ida Someh, Saonee Sarker and Tapani Rinta-Kahila.
Discussant: Charlotta Kronblad.

From Explainability to Explanation: Why the Idea of Explainable AI Is an Illusion.
Authors: Panagiota Koukouvinou, Leif Sundberg and Jonny Holmström.
Discussant: Lena Hylving.

10:40 – 11:00 Break
11:00 – 12:10 Session B

Chair: Johan Sandberg

Artificial Intelligence and Industrial Transformations: Who Will Survive the Technology Shift?
Authors: Mats Engwall and Emrah Karakaya.
Discussant: Angelos Kostis.

Resilient Users, Bricolage and Evolving Digital Infrastructure: The Making of Digital Resilience.
Authors: Angelos Kostis, Jonny Holmström and Stefan Haefliger.
Discussant: Emrah Karakaya.

Framing in Digital Transformation Insights from the Incumbent Firm Sydved in the Swedish Forest Industry.
Author: Frida Ivarsson.
Discussant: Malaika Torto.

Enabling Structures for Digital Transformation: A Case Study of a Forestry Firm.
Authors: Malaika Torto, Daniel Nylén and Johan Sandberg.
Discussant: Frida Ivarsson.

12:10 – 13:20 Lunch
13:20 – 14:30 Session C

Chair: Fabio Rocha

A Process Framework for Digital Transforming: Multilayered, Conjunctive and Cumulative Processes of Digital Materializing and Organizing.
Authors: Daniel Skog and Lars Öbrand.
Discussant: Hugo Hedlund.

Exploring Digital Transformation Through Visual Network Analysis.
Authors: Hugo Hedlund, Katrin Jonsson and Johan Sandberg.
Discussant: Daniel Skog.

The Construction of an Evaluative Infrastructure: Facilitating Multidisciplinary Evaluation of Digital Innovation for Health and Social Care.
Author: Alex Christian.
Discussant: Dragana Paparova.

Towards a Theory of Mood Synchronicity.
Authors: Maylis Saigot, Rob Gleasure and Ioanna Constantiou.
Discussant: Maria Kandaurova.

14:30 – 15:00 Summary from senior scholars: Kalle Lyytinen, Iris S. Wolstein Professor of Management Design at Case Western Reserve University; Robin Gustafsson, Associate Professor of Strategic Management at Aalto University; and Noel Carroll, Lecturer in Business Information Systems at National University of Ireland Galway.


The workshop is organized by the Swedish Center for Digital Innovation (SCDI), in collaboration with Umeå University and leading Nordic universities. It follows the first successful editions at Aalto University and Stockholm School of Economics.

Organizers: Jonny Holmström (, Lars Öbrand (, and Hanna Dermes Gibson (

Editorial team: Erika Valderrama (, Hengqi Tian (, Fabio Neves da Rocha (


februari 10, 2022 @ 1:30 e m
februari 11, 2022 @ 3:00 e m
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