Impact of COVID-19 pandemic on information management research and practice: transforming education, work and life
AuthorsDwivedi, Yogesh Kumar
Hughes, D. Laurie
Edwards, John S.
Rana, Nripendra P.
Sharma, Sujeet Kumar
Copenhagen Business School
University of Bedfordshire
Aston Business School
California State University
University of Bradford
Tamil Nadu E-Governance Agency
Symbiosis International (Deemed University)
Indian Institute of Management Tiruchirappalli
Information Technology and Operations Management Goa Institute of Management
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AbstractThe COVID-19 pandemic has forced many organisations to undergo significant transformation, rethinking key elements of their business processes and use of technology to maintain operations whilst adhering to a changing landscape of guidelines and new procedures. This study offers a collective insight to many of the key issues and underlying complexities affecting organisations and society from COVID-19, through an information systems and technological perspective. The views of 12 invited subject experts are collated and analysed where each articulate their individual perspectives relating to: online learning, digital strategy, artificial intelligence, information management, social interaction, cyber security, big data, blockchain, privacy, mobile technology and strategy through the lens of the current crisis and impact on these specific areas. The expert perspectives offer timely insight to the range of topics, identifying key issues and recommendations for theory and practice.
CitationDwivedi YK, Hughes DL, Coombs C, Constantiou I, Duan Y, Edwards JS, Gupta B, Lal B, Misra S, Prashant P, Raman R, Rana NP, Sharma SK, Upadhyay N (2020) 'Impact of COVID-19 pandemic on information management research and practice: transforming education, work and life', International Journal of Information Management, 55, pp.102211.