A large body of research has considered the positive aspects of social media. However, emerging research and practice are beginning to focus on complex and often alarming ways in which use of social media may harmfully affect individuals, organizations and societies. For example, data leakage prevention and suspicious networks detection (Perez et al., 2012; Perez et al., 2013), negative word-of-mouth dynamics (Pfeffer et al., 2014) and their repercussions on marketing and e-reputation (Castellano et al. 2014; 2016), privacy violation (Fox and Moreland, 2015; Krasnova et al., 2012), anxiety and depression (Krasnova et al., 2015) addiction (Andreassen et al., 2012; Turel, 2015; Turel & Serenko, 2011), misrepresentation and negative psychological consequences (Garcia & Sikström, 2014; Mäntymäki & Islam, 2016) are some of the issues that have been studied so far. Many others require a deepened interest, especially within the organizational settings, in which social media pervasive usage might contribute to jeopardize systems security (Sokolova et al., 2016), disrupt work habits and impoverish individual performance via information overload, technostress and fatigue (Kefi et al., 2015; Kefi et al., 2016; Maier et al., 2015). Larger effects include enabling racism, terrorism and cyber-crime (Dean et al., 2012).
This workshop focuses on these ‘dark’ effects of social media. The level of analysis is the individual, group, organization or the society as a whole, when those actors are interacting with the platforms, services and emerging technological artifacts commonly known as social media (Kaplan & Haenlein, 2010).
Thank you for all your excellent work!
Participants are thanked for all the great scientific input and for many fruitful discussions and scientific interaction!
- Candida Brush Babson College
- Patricia G. Greene Babson College
- Malin Brännback Åbo Akademi University
- Alan Carsund Åbo Akademi University
- Erno Tornikoski Grenoble Ecole de Management
- Frédéric Delmar Lund University
- Dirk De Clercq Brock University
- William B. Gartner Copenhagen Business School / Californian Lutherian University
- Benson Honig McMaster University
- Scott Shane Weatherhead School of Management
- Robert Blackburn Kingston Business School
- Thomas J. Dean Colorado State University
- Shaker A. Zahra University of Minnesota
- Alain Fayolle EM Lyon Business School
- Léo Paul Dana Montpellier Business School
LEARNING EXPEDITION - ORANGE BUSINESS SERVICES
Executives come to courses offered by the Research Lab PSB-Paris School of Business – Short Programs to gain critical knowledge and best practices. You can spend from one to three days studying digital transformation or innovation management. Moreover, Paris School of Business Research LAB offers Professional Certificates for the candidates who pursue improvement in a specific area.
2016 - newPIC RESEARCH CHAIR - Innovation Management - Intrapreneuship in large established firms
2015 - D3 - DIGITAL - DATA - DESIGN - Relation client par les médias sociaux et e-réputation
2015 - newPIC RESEARCH CHAIR - Innovation Management - New clients-suppliers relations in the dynamics of open innovation