Information, Operations and Management Science
The TBS Education Information, Operations and Management Science Lab unites researchers publishing academic articles on the following themes:
Digital Technologies and the Future of Work; Societal Impact of information systems; Sharing Economy, Platforms, and Crowds; AI in Business and Society; IS Design, Development and Project Management; IT Implementation and Adoption; Digital Innovation, Transformation, and Entrepreneurship; Governance, Digital Strategy, and Value; Social Media and Digital Collaboration.
Supply chain analytics, production frontiers, efficiency measures, Statistics, structural and applied econometrics, machine learning.
AI and decision making, Reglementation, Data Visualization, Decision Support Systems, Business Intelligence (BI), Unstructured and wicked problems.
Members of the lab
Market Microstructure, Machine Learning and financial markets, Sustainable Finance, Corporate boards.
Information systems, artificial intelligence, data science, extended reality technologies.
Computational Social Science, Social Networks, Misinformation.
Information systems, Digital platforms, IT strategy, Data science.
Analytics,AI, Generative AI, Responsible ad Transparent AI, Immersive Technology, Digital Sustainability,Digital Responsibility, Digital Ethics, Privacy preserving mechanisms, Cyber Security.
Samuel Fosso Wamba
Big Data and Analytics, Electronic Commerce and mobile business, ERP, Supply Chain Management, Management of Innovation, Digital Transformation, Artificial intelligence for business, RFID, metaverse.
Operational research , Business Analytics, eco-responsability and cultural sector, gender equality.
Management innovation, Diffusion of innovations, Decision support for complex problems, Green IT and IS.
Econometrics, machine learning, IA, finance, operational research.
Supply Chain performance measurement, Supply chain sustainability, Decision support systems in Operations management.
Digital transformation & technologies for sustainability; Responsible AI, Trust in IT, digital transformation of medical practices.
Adoption and use of information technology; Digital workplace; Digital entrepreneurship; Methodological issues in survey research.
Explainable AI, Applied Machine Learning, User modelling in Information Systems, Intelligent Transportation Systems.
Operational research (production frontier and efficiency measures), Structural Econometrics and nonparametric statistics.
W. Gregory Voss
Regulation (data protection, data flows, and AI).
Partnerships and collaborations
- Econometric Society (ES),
- International Statistical Association (ISI),
- Société Française de Statistique (SFDS),
- Société de mathématiques appliquées et industrielles (SMAI)
- Society of Financial Econometrics
- international academic association concerned with the impact of Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) and smart technologies on organizations and society. (ICTO)
- Association for Information Systems (AIS)
- British Academy of Management
- European Operations Management Association
- British Computing Society
- Association of Computing Machinery (ACM)
- Academy of Management (AOM)
- French Academy of Legal Studies in Business
- Academy of Legal Studies in Business
- European Law Institute
Collaborations in Academia [Based on Research Projects and Research Publications]
- Aston Business School, UK
- Queens Business School, Belfast, UK
- Surrey Business School, UK
- Vienna School of Business and Economics, Austria
- Monash Business School, Australia
- OP Jindal University, India
- Hanoi University, Vietnam
- University of West Indies (Jamaica and Barbados)
- Shandong University, China
- Los Andes University, Colombia
Selected collaboration outside Academia [Based on Research Projects]
- World Economic Forum
- SMEs Consortium in India
Information Systems Journal, Journal of Information Technology, Journal of Management Information Systems, Journal of Strategic Information Systems
Econometric Theory, Journal of Econometrics, European Journal of Operational Research, Annals of Operations research
Research article — When Is CEO Activism Conducive to the Democratic Process?
This article complements the predominantly instrumentally oriented literature on CEO activism and contributes, more broadly, to the literature that explores the normative dimensions of corporate political involvement, as well as to a growing strand of research that draws on philosophical theory to inform business leaders’ ethical decision-making.
Research article — Managing my shame: Investigating the effects of organizational identity threat and public service motivation on exemplification
The present study investigates how public employees make sense of and react to threatening events that may call into question organization's core attributes and status.
Research article — Early-career academic engagement in university–industry collaborative PhDs: Research orientation and project performance
This study sheds light on an understudied area of academic engagement and highlights the significance of considering research orientation and students' taste for science or industry when developing university-industry collaborations. This has implications for PhD supervisors, PhD students, their industrial partners, and policymakers.
Financial Times 2023: TBS Education’s Global Executive MBA ranks 62nd best in the world
The Financial Times has published its annual ranking of the world's top 100 Executive MBAs. This year, TBS Education's Global Executive MBA moved up 12 places, confirming its growth momentum and ranking 62nd.
Research article — The resistance toward COVID-19 contact tracing apps: A study of psychological reactance among young adults in Italy
We investigate how and when threats to freedom posed by government-imposed containment measures to young adults reduce their contact tracing apps (CTAs) adoption intentions.
Research article — Are both generative AI and ChatGPT game changers for 21st-Century operations and supply chain excellence?
Academic ExcellenceFosso Wamba
This study investigates the benefits, challenges, and trends associated with Gen-AI/ChatGPT in O&SCM.
Research article — Entry mode diversity and closing commercial deals with international customers: The moderating role of advanced servitization
As the importance of servitization and service-augmented solution delivery grows into a mainstream phenomenon for manufacturers, offering theoretically founded avenues to solve their specific internationalization challenges is necessary.
Research article — Data-driven market effectiveness: The role of a sustained customer analytics capability in business operations
Academic ExcellenceFosso Wamba
This study's objective is to investigate how a business can achieve data-driven market effectiveness through the sustained application of a customer analytics capability to its operations.
Financial Times 2023 ranking: TBS Education ranks 37th among the world’s business schools
Inspiring EducationMaster In Management
n September 11, 2023, the Financial Times published its international ranking of Masters in Management. TBS Education moves up 13 places to rank among the world's top Management Schools.
Research article — Sustainability and intermodality in humanitarian logistics: A two-stage multi-objective programming formulation: a two-stage multi-objective programming formulation
Intermodality is a valuable approach when infrastructure is damaged, as it allows the use of different delivery modes to reach demand areas. Nevertheless, involving different transportation modes has an impact on the environment.
Research article — Human resource management in the age of generative artificial intelligence: Perspectives and research directions on ChatGPT
Research article — Does Resilience Matter for Supply Chain Performance in Disruptive Crises with Scarce Resources?
Academic ExcellenceFosso Wamba
Research article — Advances in entrepreneurial ecosystem and places: time, space and context
Research article — The Organizational Dynamics of Business Models for Sustainability: Discursive and Cognitive Pathways for Change
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