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Managing digital transformation
Stockholm School of Economics, Sweden.
Stiftelsen Marknadstekniskt centrum.
Stockholm School of Economics, Sweden.
Stockholm School of Economics, Sweden.
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2018 (English)Collection (editor) (Other academic)
Abstract [en]

Digitalization has arrived.

Digitalization disrupts markets. Changes in power and structures in a fast-paced environment demands strategic and insightful change. A change leaders must act upon.

The impact upon organisations is multi-dimensional and profound, affecting both internal and external processes and structures in new and unexpected ways. This book serves as a tool to support managers and other stakeholders in pursuing digital transformation. An inspiring collection of chapters from 27 scholars across various academic disciplines provide several insights, frameworks, and perspectives that will help you leverage and govern organisational change and digital transformation.

This inspiring collection of current research can assist you in facing key challenges in today’s organisations, in the quest to adapt to ever-evolving business environments. This book examines new demands and behaviours, and discusses how businesses need to adapt and re-organise in order to bridge the gap to the digital customer. These visions and actions on digitalization can help corporations and organisations discover new ways of earning money and delivering value. This is just the beginning.

Place, publisher, year, edition, pages
Stockholm: SSE Institute for Research, Stockholm School of Economics , 2018, 1. , p. 344
Keywords [sv]
Digitalisering, Förändringsarbete, Organisationsförändringar, Informationsteknik, Sakernas internet
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Economics and Business
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URN: urn:nbn:se:liu:diva-147353Libris ID: 22432032ISBN: 9789186797317 (print)OAI: oai:DiVA.org:liu-147353DiVA, id: diva2:1199288
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First edition; Digitalization: Different perspectives: 1. Strategic challenges of digital innovation and transformation / Per Andersson and Christopher Rosenqvist -- 2. Reaping value from digitalization in Swedish manufacturing firms: untapped opportunities? / Magnus Mähring, Karl Wennberg, and Robert Demir -- 3. Digital platforms: a critical review of core concepts / Henrik Glimstedt -- The digital customer: 4. Catering to the digital consumer: from multichannel to omnichannel retailing / Sara Rosengren, Fredrik Lange, Mikael Hernant, and Angelica Blom -- 5. Digital trade data: which data should we collect and what should we do once we have it? / Claire Ingram Bogusz -- 6. Managing digital media investments / Erik Modig and Martin Söndergaard -- Re-organisation in order to bridge the gap to digital customers: 7. Digitalization of professional services: the case of value creation in virtual law firms / Tale Skjølsvik, Karl Joachim Breunig, and Frida Pemer -- 8. Robotisation of accounting in multi-national companies: early challenges and links to strategy / Martin Carlsson-Wall and Torkel Strömsten -- 9. Uncertainty and complexity in predictions from big data: why managerial heuristics will survive datafication / Gustav Almqvist -- 10. Explaining the behaviour of news consumption / Adam Åbonde -- 11. Digital transformation supporting public service innovation: business model challenges and sustainable development opportunities / Per Andersson and Lars-Gunnar Mattsson -- Business models and ecosystems: 12. The role and potential of IoT in different ecosystems / Jan Markendahl, Stefan Lundberg, and Staffan Movin -- 13. Digitalization, collective intelligence, and entrepreneurship in the care sector / Erik Lakomaa -- 14. AgTech and the city: the case of vertical farming and shaping a market for urban-produced food / Maria J. Bustamante -- Future outlook: 15. Future outlook on digitalization / Robin Teigland, Claire Ingram Bogusz, and Anna Felländer

Available from: 2018-04-20 Created: 2018-04-20 Last updated: 2018-04-20Bibliographically approved

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