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Guest editorial: Data-driven orientation and open innovation: the role of resilience in the (co-)development of social changes

Guest editorial: Data-driven orientation and open innovation: the role of resilience in the... Guest editorial Guest editorial: Data-driven orientation and open innovation: the role of resilience in the (co-) development of social changes 1. Introduction In contemporary interconnected world, the availability of large amount of data across organizations’ activities, operations, strategies and decision-making redefines dramatically the dynamics of economic, political and social systems. Private companies and public and non-profit institutions can collect data from multiple and heterogeneous sources, sometimes without any kind of investment, and can transform raw data into information and valuable knowledge promptly. In this way, the ability to undertake effective decisions quickly (Loebbecke and Picot, 2015) and to easily gather information on business performances, processes, reputation and users’ tastes and behaviour can be enhanced with little effort. The use of analytics for the collection and analysis of huge data sets (the so-called Big data, Laney, 2001; Diebold, 2012) can potentially increase business decision-making, redesign the strategies for information and knowledge management and boost the value generated across the entire value chain (Lee et al., 2014). Over the last ten years, literature emphasize the need to support data analysis with the adoption of a new culture grounded on data as strategic levers that can enhance the creation of new ways http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Transforming Government: People, Process and Policy Emerald Publishing

Guest editorial: Data-driven orientation and open innovation: the role of resilience in the (co-)development of social changes

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Publisher
Emerald Publishing
Copyright
© Emerald Publishing Limited
ISSN
1750-6166
eISSN
1750-6166
DOI
10.1108/tg-05-2022-317
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Guest editorial Guest editorial: Data-driven orientation and open innovation: the role of resilience in the (co-) development of social changes 1. Introduction In contemporary interconnected world, the availability of large amount of data across organizations’ activities, operations, strategies and decision-making redefines dramatically the dynamics of economic, political and social systems. Private companies and public and non-profit institutions can collect data from multiple and heterogeneous sources, sometimes without any kind of investment, and can transform raw data into information and valuable knowledge promptly. In this way, the ability to undertake effective decisions quickly (Loebbecke and Picot, 2015) and to easily gather information on business performances, processes, reputation and users’ tastes and behaviour can be enhanced with little effort. The use of analytics for the collection and analysis of huge data sets (the so-called Big data, Laney, 2001; Diebold, 2012) can potentially increase business decision-making, redesign the strategies for information and knowledge management and boost the value generated across the entire value chain (Lee et al., 2014). Over the last ten years, literature emphasize the need to support data analysis with the adoption of a new culture grounded on data as strategic levers that can enhance the creation of new ways

Journal

Transforming Government: People, Process and PolicyEmerald Publishing

Published: Apr 6, 2022

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