Academic conferences

2021: Nagy, G., Walsh, I. Managerial Blurring of Employee Goals. Academy of Management Proceedings.

2021: Walsh, I., Renaud, A., Baudet, C. and Jeanneret, M. ARTIREV : Vers une démocratisation de la bibliométrie… AIM proceedings. Nice. France.

2020: Mekkaoui, A. & Walsh, I. La sécurité à l’ère de la transformation digitale. AIM Conference Maroc.

2020: Mekkaoui, A. & Walsh, I. Un choix pragmatique pour innover et gagner en compétitivité à l’ère de la transformation digitale. Journées Scientifiques du Digital 2020. Maroc.

2019: Daniel, C., Walsh, I., Messmer Magnus, J. The polysemous quality of mindfulness: Mapping the field and identifying research gaps. Society for industrial and organizational Psychology. Texas, USA.

2019: Mekkaoui, A. & Walsh, I. L’importance de l’architecture pour la gestion agile de la transformation numérique d’une entreprise : A la recherche d’un méta-modèle. AIM Conference. Nantes, France.

2019: Walsh, I. Should IS research look into Blockchain Technology? AIM Conference. Blockchain beyond FINTECH. AIM Conference. Nantes, France.


2018: Mlaiki A. & Walsh, I. A quel profil-utilisateur des réseaux sociaux appartenez-vous ? AIM Conference. Canada.

2017: Anand, A., Walsh, I. and Moffett, S. Is humility a facilitator for sharing knowledge? Investigating the role of humble knowledge inquiry and humble response. EURAM. Glasgow, Scotland.

2017: Anand, A., Walsh, I. and Dalmasso, A. Investigating the Impact of Abusive Supervision on Knowledge Sharing & Mediating Factors. Nordic Academy of Management.

2017: Anand, A. and Walsh, I. The Four Stages of the Knowledge Sharing Process in SMEs. AIM, Paris, France.

2017: Anand, A., Haas, A. and Walsh, I. Knowledge Hiding: Review and Research Direction. EKCM.

2016: Holton, J. and Walsh I. Leveraging the Full Power of Grounded Theory Methodology. British Academy of Management Professional Development Workshop. Newcastle. UK.

2016: Zamani, S. and Walsh, I. Waterfall Connectivity and Smart Usage: How Youngsters in Isfahan Build up their Self-Concept. AIM, Lille.

2016: Loyola de Oliveira L. and Walsh I. Toward Quality Management in Higher Education Institutions: A Bibliometric Review of the Literature. EURAM, Paris.

2015: Anand A. and Walsh I. Empirical Analysis of Factors Influencing Knowledge Sharing Facilities and Barriers in Indian SMEs – A Comparative Case Study. ECKM Conference.

2015: Walsh I., and Renault A. L’analyse de co-citations pour guider la lecture et aider l’interprétation de la littérature d’un champ de recherche. AIM Maroc. Mai, 2015.

2015: Walsh I. Evaluer l’usage prévisible des TIC. AIM Maroc. Mai, 2015

2015: Walsh I., Loyola L., and Trinchera L. Strengthening the Legitimacy of Higher Education Institutions through Students’ Feedback. HERC Conference, Oxford. June 2015.

2014: Holton J. and Walsh I. Leveraging the Full Power of Grounded Theory Methodology. PDW. Academy of Management Philadelphia.

2014: Renaud A., Walsh I., and Kalika M. De l’alignement stratégique à l’alignement d’intérêts : une représentation morphologique d’un réseau d’acteurs autour d’un projet de reconfiguration SI. AIM Aix en Provence.

2013: Mlaiki A., Walsh I. et Kalika M. Computer-Mediated Social Ties as Predictors of SNS Usage Continuance. International Conference in Information Systems. Milan. Italie.

2013: Walsh I. Théorie enracinée, méthodes mixtes de recherche et ‘big data’ : une opportunité à ne pas laisser passer… 18ème Colloque Association Information et Management. Lyon. France.

2013: Walsh I. What Grounded Theory is…, Panel Symposium. Academy of Management Annual Conference. Orlando. USA.

2013: Potosky D. et Walsh I. Learning to Play your Cultural Cards: Finding Common ground and Understanding Shared Values. Academy of Management Annual Conference. Orlando. USA.

2012: Walsh I., Potosky D., Mourmant G. and Kalika M. The Spinning Top Metaphor: Understanding value misfits and clashes in Walsh, I. and Potosky, D. Research Symposium: Can You Spare Some Change? Examining, Anticipating, and Regulating Shifts in Organizational Culture. Symposium sponsored by the ODC Division for the 2012 Academy of Management Annual Conference, Boston, MA, USA.

2012: Renaud A. et Walsh I. Describing the Construction of a Theoretical Field: The Example of the Diffusion of Henderson and Venkatraman’s Seminal Article, a Co-Citation Analysis. Americas Conference in Information Systems.

2010: Walsh I. Investigating the Cultural Dimension of IT-Usage: IT-Acculturation, an Essential Construct in IS Research. International Conference on Information Systems.

2010: Walsh I., Renaud A. et Kalika M. Re-conceptualizing IS Strategic Alignment: the Translated Strategic Alignment Model (TSAM), Americas Conference on Information Systems.

2010: Walsh I. et Gettler-Summa M. Users’ groups Interpreted Through the Lens of the Users’ Needs and Motivation, AIM La Rochelle.

2010: Renaud A. et Walsh I. The lost dimension of strategic alignment, Mediterranean Conference on Information Systems.

2009: Walsh I. Development of an Instrument to Assess Individual IT-Culture, Americas Conference on Information Systems.

2008: Walsh I. et Kefi H. The Spinning Top Model, a New Path to Conceptualize Culture and Values: Applications to IS research, International Conference on Information System.

2008: Walsh I. et Kefi H. The Role of IT Culture in IT Management: Searching for Individual Archetypal IT Cultural Profiles, Americas Conference on Information Systems.

2008: Walsh I. et Kefi H. Developing the Concept of Individual IT-Culture: The Spinning Top Metaphor, Americas Conference on Information Systems.