Exploring Digital Ecosystems [electronic resource] : Organizational and Human Challenges / edited by Alessandra Lazazzara, Francesca Ricciardi, Stefano Za.
- Cham : Springer International Publishing : Imprint: Springer, 2020.
- 1st ed. 2020.
- Physical Description:
- X, 460 pages 65 illustrations, 37 illustrations in color : online resource
- Additional Creators:
- Lazazzara, Alessandra, Ricciardi, Francesca, Za, Stefano, and SpringerLink (Online service)
- Introduction to Digital Ecosystem -- Human communities in digital ecosystems -- Rethinking Romanian and Italian smart cities as knowledge-based communities -- Are the Elderly Averse to Technology? -- Value Co-creation in Online Communities: a Preliminary Literature Analysis -- Disability and home automation: Insights and challenges within organizational settings -- Eﬀorts towards openness and transparency of data: a focus on Open Science Platforms -- Millennials, Information Assessment, and Social Media: an Exploratory Study on the Assessment of Critical Thinking Habits -- Human resources and learning in digital ecosystems -- Grasping corporate identity from Social Media: Analysis of HR consulting companies -- Managing Intellectual Capital inside Online Communities of Practice: an Integrated Multi-Step Approach -- How do we learn today and how will we learn in the future? Digital-enhanced and personalized learning win -- Understanding the relationship between intellectual capital and organizational performance: the role of e-HRM and performance pay -- Information and Communication Technologies usage for professional purposes, work changes and job satisfaction. Some insights from Europe -- (Digital) learning models and organizational learning mechanisms: should organizations adopt a single learning model or a multiple one? -- Processes and IS design in digital ecosystems -- Meta Principles of Technology Accessibility Design for Users with Learning Disabilities: Towards Inclusion of the Diﬀerently Enabled -- Business process analysis and change management: the role of material resource planning and discrete-event simulations -- A Simulation-driven Approach to Decision Support in Process Reorganization: a Case Study in Healthcare -- How to Rate a Physician? - A Framework for Physician Ratings and What They Mean -- Last mile logistics in smart cities: an IT platform for vehicle sharing and routing -- Digital Transformation Projects Maturity and Managerial Competences: a Model and its Preliminary Assessment -- Reporting some marginal discourses to root a De-design approach in is development -- Patient-centered digital infrastructures: examining two strategies for recombinability -- Time Accounting System: measuring usability for validating the socio-technical ﬁt of e-service exchange solutions in local communities -- Digital Identity: a Case Study of the ProCIDA Project -- A Monte Carlo Method for the Diﬀusion of Information between Mobile Agents -- Organizing in digital ecosystems -- Understanding the use of Smart Working in Public Administration: the experience of the Presidency of the Council of Ministers -- Decisions and infrastructure (in)visibility: a case study -- Unlocking the value of Public Sector Personal Information through coproduction -- Social media communication strategies in fashion industry -- The Illusion of Routine as an Indicator for Job Automation with Artiﬁcial Intelligence. IS in the Cloud and Organizational Beneﬁts: an Exploratory Study -- Organizational Change and Learning: an explorative bibliometric-based literature analysis -- Community-oriented motivations and knowledge sharing as drivers of success within Food Assemblies.
- The recent surge of interest in digital ecosystems is not only transforming the business landscape, but also poses several human and organizational challenges. Due to the pervasive effects of the transformation on firms and societies alike, both scholars and practitioners are interested in understanding the key mechanisms behind digital ecosystems, their emergence and evolution. In order to disentangle such factors, this book presents a collection of research papers focusing on the relationship between technologies (e.g. digital platforms, AI, infrastructure) and behaviours (e.g. digital learning, knowledge sharing, decision-making). Moreover, it provides critical insights into how digital ecosystems can shape value creation and benefit various stakeholders. The plurality of perspectives offered makes the book particularly relevant for users, companies, scientists and governments. The content is based on a selection of the best papers - original double-blind peer-reviewed contributions - presented at the annual conference of the Italian chapter of the AIS, which took place in Pavia, Italy in October 2018.
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- Springer eBooks
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