17 Sep 2020

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

Name: Transforming Government: People, Process and Policy

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

Editor: Orlando Troisi, Mara Grimaldi

Description:
This special issue aims at attracting original theoretical and empirical contributions that invetsigate how contemporary resilient data-driven organizations and communities can integrate technologies with human component to reframe innovation emergence and foster the attainment of societal transformation.
Starting from this topic, a set of complex, multidisciplinary and interconnected issues arises. What is the disrupting impact of new technologies, Big Data analysis and analytics on the design of collaborative and open models? Is there a link between Big data, enhanced decision-making and innovation? How can technology and the human application of technology enable the identification of innovation opportunities? How can the development of resilience in smart communities foster the continuous emergence of innovation and the attainment of social changes?

To address these questions, researchers and practitioners are invited to send conceptual and empirical papers to encourage the growth of these complex and fascinating topics according to an interdisciplinary approach.

Deadline:
Submission deadline: 4th June 2021