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How AI Will - and Won't - Change the Way You Manage 

Date: 17/09/2018 Author(s): Canals, Jordi; Cassiman, Bruno; Elvira, Marta; Sieber, Sandra; Raes, Anneloes Document type: Non-refereed article Digitalization, big data, machine learning, robotics and artificial intelligence are reshaping industries, making once strong business models obsolete, growing new enterprises with different capabilities and skill sets, disrupting companies and communities, and ushering in social change. What are the key issues for leadership, governance and management? ... More information

IT Consumerization and the Transformation of IT Governance 

Date: 12/07/2018 Author(s): Gregory, Robert Wayne; Káganer, Evgeny; Henfridsson, Ola; Ruch, Thierry Jean Document type: Article in Journal (refereed) IT governance describes the decision rights and accountability framework used to ensure the alignment of IT-related activities with the organization's strategy and objectives. Conversely, IT consumerization refers to the process whereby the changing practices and expectations of consumers influence the IT-related activities of workers and managers ... More information

Basic Economic Models for the Digital Economy 

Date: 22/06/2018 Author(s): Valor Sabatier, Josep Document type: Technical Note This short document introduces five fundamental concepts of the digital economy that will help managers evaluate the possibilities, and dangers, of digital transformation. It does not aim to replace a more in-depth analysis for each of the topics described. Such analysis can be undertaken by following the references provided in different parts of the ... More information Read related article

Harnessing the Crowd in the Age of the Machine  Premium

Date: 18/06/2018 Author(s): IESE Insight Interviewee(s): McAfee, Andrew Document type: Interview Of the three main trends shaping the business world -- machine, platform, crowd -- MIT research scientist Andrew McAfee believes the crowd is the way to leverage human knowledge, expertise and enthusiasm for innovation. In this interview, he unpacks six core principles for harnessing the crowd to develop something significant. Vitally, though mediated ... More information Read related article

It's Time We Talk About Data 

Date: 18/06/2018 Author(s): Shah, Sonal Document type: Opinion A conversation on data has become imperative. For years, we have been giving away our data, acquiescing to the commoditization of our personal information for companies to sell us goods, and never really thinking about what else we were giving away in the process. If I get free use of a platform or an app, does that mean it should have unlimited rights ... More information

Las fuerzas centrífugas y centrípetas que inciden en la transformación digital de los sectores 

Date: 04/06/2018 Author(s): Zamora, Javier; Tatarinov, Katherine; Sieber, Sandra Document type: Non-refereed article Nos encontramos inmersos en la transformación digital de toda una serie de sectores, que ven como sus cadenas de valor tradicionales pierden capacidad de apropiación de valor debido a la aparición y auge de nuevas plataformas basadas en información. Esto es consecuencia de la existencia de fuerzas centrífugas o aceleradoras, que llevan a que el valor ... More information

Digital Innovation and Institutional Entrepreneurship: Chief Digital Officer Perspectives of Their Emerging Role 

Date: 03/05/2018 Author(s): Tumbas, Sanja; Berente, Nicholas; vom Brocke, Jan Document type: Article in Journal (refereed) In this study, we explore the role of Chief Digital Officer (CDO) through the perspectives of CDOs in thirty-five organizations. In enacting their emerging role, CDOs must navigate the existing institutionalized context of established information technology (IT) roles and respective jurisdictional claims. We find that CDOs intentionally draw on the ... More information Read related article

Knowledge Management 

Date: 30/04/2018 Author(s): Huang, Peng; Kankanhalli, Atreyi; Kyriakou, Harris; Sabherwal, Rajiv Editor(s): Bush, Ashley; Rai, Arun Document type: Article in Journal (refereed) The notions of knowledge and its management have been at the core of the information systems (IS) field almost since its inception. Knowledge has been viewed in several ways in the prior literature, including as a state of mind, an object, a process, access to information, and a capability. A commonly-used definition characterizes knowledge as a justified ... More information

The Importance of Context 

Date: 20/03/2018 Author(s): Rosanas, Josep Maria; Andreu i Civit, Rafael Document type: Opinion In early 2018, we were saddened by the loss of Antoni Subirà at the age of 77. Those of us who knew him and interacted with him feel his absence deeply, especially as a friend. His work and dedication in the area of industrial clusters is evident not only in the international recognition achieved for cluster policy, but also in the spirit of those ... More information

Building Blocks for Healthy Alliance Coordination  Premium

Date: 20/03/2018 Author(s): Ariño, Africa; Andreu i Civit, Rafael Document type: Non-refereed article The case of a healthcare alliance serves to illustrate how partners can better coordinate their activities to improve their joint performance. Building on the knowledge-based view of the firm, the authors distill the microcomponents that underpin coordination at the intrafirm level, and they extend that framework to the alliance level. By knowing which ... More information Read related article
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