Deadline for paper submissions: 29 April 2022 Feedback to authors and invitation to join the workshop: 15 May 2022 Workshop date: June 20, 2022
Ilias O. Pappas, University of Agder (UiA) & NTNU, Norway, Muhammad Mustafa Kamal, Coventry University, UK,
Potential themes/topics of interest include, but are not limited to the following:
Managing digital transformation from Industry 4.0 era to Industry 5.0.
Ethics, privacy and security issues related to Industry 5.0.
Intended or anticipated impacts of using Industry 5.0 on leveraging global business operations.
Social environment of production and technology implementation in Industry 5.0 era.
Industry 5.0-enabled changes to business strategy, business models, and value co-creation processes.
Understanding the social impact of Industry 5.0.
Digital governance and social innovation from Industry 5.0.
Industry 5.0 w.r.t. accountability and human oversight.
Coalescence of digital technologies in Industry 5.0.
Trust and reliability of Industry 5.0.
Value co-creation in the Industry 5.0 era.
Do disruptive technologies facilitate sustainability of supply chains?
Technology driven agility and responsiveness for sustainable supply chains.
The role of digital technologies in supporting, enabling, fostering or reshaping global supply chain operations, processes and practices.
Developing sustainable supply chains in the Industry 5.0 era.
Transparency and explainability of digital technologies for social good.
Enhancing digital equality and social inclusion.
Intelligent devices, intelligent systems, and intelligent automation – merge with the physical world in co-operation with human intelligence.
These themes are not intended to be exhaustive. Rather they are intended to stimulate thinking about the role of Industry 5.0 and its potential impact on global business operations, sustainable supply chain, business intelligence and/or analytics and value creation across various sectors. We welcome submissions that address relevant themes pertaining to all aspects of the intersection between global business operations, intelligence/analytics & value co-creation.
Papers discussed in this session are envisioned for a Special Issue in the Information Systems Frontiers journal, and the papers will be reviewed by the organisers and the guest editors of the special issue to provide feedback.