Sub-theme 44: Connectivity and Mobility: Organizational Control Meets Disruptive Technologies [merged with sub-theme 52]

Darl G. Kolb, University of Auckland Business School, New Zealand
Kristine Dery, MIT Sloan School of Management, USA
Marleen Huysman, VU University Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Session I: Thursday, July 03, 11:00 to 12:30, T3-31
Work-Life Integration (1)
Chair: Kristine Dery
Steffi Siegert
A boundaryless work life? The role of digital disruptions in dissolving boundaries between work and private life
Christin Mellner, Pascale Peters and Susanna Toivanen
Inter-domain transitions and work-life balance among full-time employed professionals: The potential moderating roles of desire for segmentation and boundary control
Stephen Jeffrey, Heike Wissmann and Marina Fiedler
The dual effects of techno-invasion on job satisfaction: The role of employees' interpretation responses
Session II: Thursday, July 03, 14:00 to 15:30, T3-31
Going Mobile (1)
Chair: Marleen Huysman
Marcello Russo
Tackling the intrusiveness of mobile technologies on the work-life interface
Stephen Jeffrey, Heike Wissmann and Marina Fiedler
Mobile communication and the spiraling effects of techno-overload, autonomy and commitment
Anastasia Sergeeva, Marleen Huysman, Bart van den Hooff and Maura Soekijad
Through the eyes of others: How onlookers shape the use of mobile technology at work
Session III: Thursday, July 03, 16:00 to 17:30, T3-31
Connectivity and Teams
Chair: Darl Kolb
Thora Thorgeirsdottir and Clare Kelliher
Rethinking groupwork in a digital world. Impact of flexible work arrangements on intra-workgroup relations: a systematic review
Lena Waizenegger, Ulrich Remus and Ronald Maier
Connectivity as a social skill – How knowledge workers escape from dysfunctional connectivity and develop personal coping measures
Paul D. Collins and Darl G. Kolb
Connective flow and distributed team performance
Session IV: Friday, July 04, 09:00 to 10:30, T3-31
Going Mobile (2)
Chair: Kristine Dery
Arisa Shollo, Ioanna Constantiou and Morten Vendelo
The role of mobile technology in inter-organizational processes
Nihan Yildirim, Deniz Tunçalp and Hacer Ansal
Et tu, mobilité? Job content and perceived organizational control in the mobile work of mobile operator employees
Petros Chamakiotis, Gillian Symon, Rebecca Whiting and Helen Roby
Transitions across work-life boundaries in a connected world: The case of social entrepreneurs
Session V: Friday, July 04, 14:00 to 15:30, T3-31
Theory-building on Workers' Use of Social Technologies
Chair: Marleen Huysman
Carol Linehan and Nora Koslowski
Connectivity or connectedness? Exploring the paradoxes of home-workers' participation in their work communities.
Radoslava Kadnarova, Joao Baptista and Jimmy Huang
How does connectivity happen? A study of technological affordances in a multinational IT organisation
Nick Oostervink, Marlous Agterberg and Marleen Huysman
Working around enterprise social media: How users reconcile contradictory logics
Aurélie Leclercq-Vandelannoitte, Andrea Carugati, João Vieira da Cunha, Tina Blegind Jensen and Antonio Giangreco
On the emergence of norms from mobile IT adoption and use
Session VI: Saturday, July 05, 09:00 to 10:30, T3-31
Controlling Connectivity
Chair: Darl Kolb
Dharma Raju Bathini
Exploring the dialectic of control and resistance in telework
Asaf Darr
An allelopticon rather than a panopticon: Workplace surveillance and control in the Internet age
Martina Hartner-Tiefenthaler, Cornelia Gerdenitsch and Sabine T. Koeszegi
Remote control for remote work? How new ways of working challenge the organization of control
Session VII: Saturday, July 05, 11:00 to 12:30, T3-31
Beyond Mobility
Chair: Kristine Dery
Natalie Paleothodoros
Organizing with BlackBerry Messenger: Re-imagining work and non-work boundaries in the context of mobile consultancy practice
Leslie Thomson, Ingrid Erickson, Mohammad Jarrahi and Steven Sawyer
More than nomads: Mobility, knowledge work and infrastructure
João Vieira da Cunha and Hakushi Hamaoka
Diegetic model of processes of organizing: For better understandings of interactions between actors, organizations, and technology