Thomas Keil, Eero Eloranta, Jan Holmström, Eila Järvenpää, Minna Takala, Erkko Autio and David Hawk
Information and communication technologies are in the process of transforming the way business is conducted in a large number of industries. The impact of this change is not well understood. This paper develops a research agenda that helps to investigate the implications of information and communication technology on selected management fields. In particular, the implications are investigated for strategic management, demand and supply chain management, logistics, organization and leadership, and management education. The research agenda is developed by first identifying impacts of information and communication technologies in the domains discussed. From these impacts, research needs are derived.
Thomas Keil, Eero Eloranta, Jan Holmström, Eila Järvenpää, Minna Takala, Erkko Autio and David Hawk, "Information and Communication Technology Driven Business Transformation -- A Call for Research", Computers in Industry, April 2001, Volume 44, Issue 3, pp. 263-282
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