AIS Success Strategies Webinar: Social Network Effects on Productivity and Job Security
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This webinar will discuss the 2013 AIS Best Information Systems Publications Award winning paper “Social Network Effects on Productivity and Job Security: Evidence from the Adoption of a Social Networking Tool" by Lynn Wu, Information Systems Research, Wharton School.

4/30/2015
When: 4/30/2015
11:00 AM
Where: Virtual - GoToWebinar
Presenter: Lynn Wu

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AIS Success Strategies Webinar 
Social Network Effects on Productivity and Job Security:
Evidence from the Adoption of a Social Networking Tool

 

Thursday, April 30, 2015 11:00 AM EDT

 

This webinar will discuss the 2013 AIS Best Information Systems Publications Award winning paper “Social Network Effects on Productivity and Job Security: Evidence from the Adoption of a Social Networking Tool" by Lynn Wu, Information Systems Research, Wharton School.

 

 

Lynn Wu will discuss the impact of enterprise social media adoption on the work outcomes of information workers. Not only can social media technology actively change one’s social network at work, they can also have a substantial impact on work outcomes through the network change. In this webinar, Professor Wu will quantify these effects as well as explore intermediate mechanisms that drives the performance change.

 

Lynn Wu is an Assistant Professor at the Wharton School. She is interested in studying how information and information technology impact the productivity of information workers, organization and broad sectors of economy. Specifically, her work follows three streams. In the first stream, she studies how social networks and information derived from social networks affect individuals’ performance and long-term career trajectories. In her second stream of research, she examines the role of investment in IT and complementary organizational practices to explain how firms can achieve greater business value from IT. In her third stream, Lynn leverages fine-grained nanodata available through online digital traces to predict economic indicators such as real estate trends, labor trends and product adoption.

 

Lynn has published articles in economics, management and computer science. Her work has been featured by the Wall Street Journal, BusinessWeek, and The Economist.


Lynn received her undergraduate degrees from MIT (Finance and Computer Science), her master’s degree from MIT (Computer Science) and her Ph.D. from MIT Sloan School of Management (Management Science)

 

 

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