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Management and Information Technology after Digital Transformation

Peter Ekman (Redaktør) ; Peter Dahlin (Redaktør) ; Christina Keller (Redaktør)

With the widespread transformation of information into digital form throughout society - firms and organisations are embracing this development to adopt multiple types of IT to increase internal efficiency and to achieve external visibility and effectiveness - we have now reached a position where there is data in abundance and the challenge is to manage and make use of it fully. Les mer
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With the widespread transformation of information into digital form throughout society - firms and organisations are embracing this development to adopt multiple types of IT to increase internal efficiency and to achieve external visibility and effectiveness - we have now reached a position where there is data in abundance and the challenge is to manage and make use of it fully. This book addresses this new managerial situation, the post-digitalisation era, and offers novel perspectives on managing the digital landscape.


The topics span how the post-digitalisation era has the potential to renew organisations, markets and society. The chapters of the book are structured in three topical sections but can also be read individually. The chapters are structured to offer insights into the developments that take place at the intersection of the management, information systems and computer science disciplines. It features more than 70 researchers and managers as collaborating authors in 23 thought-provoking chapters.


Written for scholars, researchers, students and managers from the management, information systems and computer science disciplines, the book presents a comprehensive and thought-provoking contribution on the challenges of managing organisations and engaging in global markets when tools, systems and data are abundant.
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Forlag: Routledge
Innbinding: Innbundet
Språk: Engelsk
Sider: 256
ISBN: 9780367612764
Format: 23 x 16 cm
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Preface


Peter Ekman, Peter Dahlin and Christina Keller





Foreword


Fredrik Nilsson and Fredrik Tell





1. Perspectives on Management and Information Technology after Digital Transformation


Peter Ekman, Peter Dahlin and Christina Keller





2. Digital Transformation: Towards a New Perspective for Large Established Organisations in a Digital Age


Alan W. Brown





Part 1 - The transformation of society and markets





3. Managing Digital Servitization: A Service Ecosystem Perspective


David Soerhammar, Bard Tronvoll and Christian Kowalkowski





4. Caught on the platform or jumping onto the digital train: Challenges for industries lagging behind in digitalisation


Peter Ekman, Magnus Berglind and Steven Thompson





5. Digitalisation for Sustainability: Conceptualisation, Implications and Future Research Directions


Elena Anastasiadou, Linda Alkire and Jimmie Roendell





6. Reaching New Heights in the Cloud: The Digital Transformation of the Video Games Industry


Kevin Walther and David Soerhammar





7. Hyper-Taylorism and Third-order Technologies: Making Sense of the Transformation of Work and Management in a Post-digital Era


Christoffer Andersson, Lucia Crevani, Anette Hallin, Caroline Ingvarsson, Chris Ivory, Inti Jose Lammi, Eva Lindell, Irina Popova and Anna Uhlin





8. Why Space is Not Enough: Service innovation and service delivery in senior housing


Petter Ahlstroem, Goeran Lindahl, Markus Fellesson, Boerje Bjelke and Fredrik Nilsson





9. Challenges in Implementing Digital Assistive Technology in Municipal Healthcare


Ann Svensson, Linda Bergkvist, Charlotte Baccman and Susanne Durst





Part 2 - Managerial and organisational challenges





10. Modern project management: Challenges for the future


Klas Sundberg, Birger Rapp and Christina Keller





11. Managing the Paradoxes of Digital Product Innovation


Fredrik Svahn and Bendik Bygstad





12. When External Reporting Goes Social: New Conditions for Transparency and Accountability?


Cecilia Gullberg





13. Robotic Process Automation and the Accounting Profession's Extinction Prophecy


Matthias Holmstedt, Fredrik Jeanson and Angelina Sundstroem





14. Managing Digital Employee-Driven Innovation: The Role of Middle-Level Managers and Ambidextrous Leadership


Izabelle Backstroem and Peter Magnusson





15. Digital Gamification of Organisational Functions and Emergent Management Practices


Edward Gillmore





16. Leveraging Digital Technologies in Enterprise Risk Management


Jason Crawford and Jan Lindvall





Section 3 - Framing digitalisation





17. The End of Business Intelligence and Business Analytics


Matthias Holmstedt and Peter Dahlin





18. 'Deleted User': Signalling Digital Disenchantment in the Post-Digital Society


Cristina Ghita, Claes Thoren and Martin Stojanov





19. The Role of Boundary-Spanners in the Post-Digitalised Multinational Corporation


Henrik Dellestrand, Olof Lindahl and Jakob Westergren





20. The Effect of Digital Transformation on Subsidiary Influence in the Multinational Enterprise


Noushan Memar, Ulf Andersson, Peter Dahlin and Peter Ekman





21. Understanding Information System Outsourcing in the Digital Transformation Era: The Business-relationship Triad View


Cecilia Erixon and Peter Thilenius





22. Transforming the Management/Profession Divide: The Use of the Red-Green Matrix in Swedish Schools


Anton Borell, Johan Klaassen, Roland Almqvist and Jan Loewstedt





23. Integrating research in master's programmes: Developing students' skills to embrace digitally transformed markets


Todd Drennan, Cecilia Thilenius Lindh and Emilia Rovira Nordman


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Peter Ekman is an associate professor of marketing at Mälardalen University and deputy dean of the Swedish Research School of Management and IT hosted by Uppsala University. His research focuses on firm digitalisation within business networks and service ecosystems, often in a global sustainability or globalizationn context.


Peter Dahlin is an associate professor of business at Mälardalen University, Sweden, and honorary visiting scholar at the University of Exeter, UK, and is affiliated to the Business School. His research interests include applied analytics, network analysis and business performance.


Christina Keller is the dean of the Swedish Research School of Management and IT at Uppsala University and professor in informatics at Lund University School of Economics and Management. Her main research interests include online learning, design science research and information systems in healthcare.