Keynote speakers

Richard L. Baskerville 
Richard L. Baskerville is Regents’ Professor and Board of Advisors Professor at Georgia State University, USA, and Professor (partial appointment) at Curtin University, Perth, Western Australia.  With more than 300 articles in scholarly journals, professional magazines, and edited books he has done high quality and comprehensive research within the field of IS. His main research areas are security of information systems, methods of information systems design and development, and the interaction of information systems and organisations. 

Nils Fonstad
Nils Fonstad is a Research Scientist at MIT Center for Information System Research (MIT CISR). He research is mainly in the area of competitive digital innovation. Specifically, drawing on both in-depth qualitative data and survey data from over 200 firms, he is studying what investments and innovation practices distinguish the most competitive firms. The research has identified distinct competitive portfolios for a variety of performance outcomes and practices that amplify the impact of investments. He also studies how organizations build digitized platforms that enhance and sustain competitive business agility, as well as how they define, access and foster new skills and leaders for operating and innovating digitally. 

Tina Blegind Jensen
Tina Blegind Jensen is a professor at the Department of Digitalization at Copenhagen Business School. Her research focuses on organizational and managerial issues of information systems with a particular focus on the impact of digital technology on people in organizations. She has publications in several leading IS journals and conferences on topics such as; digital transformation of work, sensemaking practices, institutional structures, information infrastructures, identity, and healthcare information systems.