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Digital Futures, Digital Transformation : From Lean Production to Acceluction

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Digital Futures, Digital Transformation : From Lean Production to Acceluction
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Digital Futures, Digital Transformation
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From Lean Production to Acceluction
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Digital Futures, Digital Transformation : From Lean Production to Acceluction
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  • Foreword -- The ISD Program: An Example of Collective Intelligence in the Digital World -- Acknowledgments -- Contents -- 1 Introduction -- 1.1 ISD as an International Research Program -- 1.2 Business Models and Digitality -- 1.3 ISD and Organisational Design -- 1.3.1 Organizational Design: An Issue for Renewal -- 1.3.2 The Future of Organizing---Beyond Web 2.0 Organizations -- 1.3.3 Organizational Architecture -- 1.3.4 Open Innovation -- 1.3.5 Digital Space and Data -- 1.4 Organizational Design: Questions and Dimensions -- 2 From IT to Digital Transformation: A Long Term Perspective -- 2.1 Historical Perspective -- 2.1.1 The Harvard MIS History Project -- 2.1.2 The Work of Chandler and Cortada -- 2.1.3 The Japanese Initiatives -- 2.1.4 Research in France and the ISD Research Program -- 2.1.5 The ISD Program -- 2.2 The Long-Term Perspective -- 2.3 Digital Transformation -- 2.3.1 The Transformational Nature of Digitality -- 2.3.2 Digital Transformation: Its Scope, Scale and Sources -- 2.4 Some Insights from Recent Foresight Programs -- 2.4.1 Macro and Innovation Foresights -- 2.4.1.1 Global Trends 2030, Alternative Worlds -- 2.4.1.2 OECD (2015): Securing Livelihoods for All -- 2.4.1.3 The European Patent Office Foresight of the Future Patenting System by 2025 -- 2.4.1.4 ESPAS--Global Trends to 2030: Can the EU Meet the Challenges Ahead? -- 2.4.1.5 Innovation Futures in Europe -- 2.4.2 Digital Foresights -- 2.4.2.1 The Digital World by 2030 -- 2.4.2.2 Internet Foresight by 2030 -- 2.4.2.3 The Future of the Internet in 2025? -- 2.4.3 Digital Enterprises Foresights -- 2.4.3.1 Inventing the Organizations of the 21st Century -- 2.4.3.2 The Future Internet Enterprise Systems (FInES) -- 2.4.4 A Synthesis -- 3 Key Topics, Emergencies -- 3.1 The Key Themes of the ISD Program -- 3.1.1 Thematic Positioning of Each Project -- 3.1.2 Thematic Clustering
  • 3.1.2.1 Business Models and Innovation Ecosystems -- 3.1.2.2 Mobility -- 3.1.2.3 Work, Coordination and the Generation Question -- 3.1.2.4 Emergent Uses and Individual Adaptation -- 3.1.2.5 Internal Innovation -- 3.1.2.6 Open Innovation and Knowledge Flows -- 3.1.2.7 The Ethics of Digital Uses and Privacy -- 3.1.2.8 Norms, Standards, and the Law -- 3.1.2.9 Economic Performance -- 3.1.2.10 Data -- 3.1.2.11 The Design of the 2020 Enterprise -- 3.2 Digital Emergencies -- 3.2.1 Innovation and Business Modelling Ecosystems -- 3.2.2 Entrepreneurship -- 3.2.3 Abundant Data -- 3.2.4 Work in Digital Worlds -- 3.2.5 Regional Specificities -- 4 25 Major Trends -- 4.1 Transformation Factors: ISD's 25 Propositions -- 4.1.1 Emerging Business Models -- 4.1.2 Work, Coordination and Digital Uses -- 4.1.3 Internal Innovation Practices -- 4.1.4 Open (External) Innovation Practices -- 4.1.5 Enterprise Space and Knowledge Flows -- 4.1.6 The Social and Ethical Dimensions of Use -- 4.1.7 Data, Intellectual Property, and the Specificity of Digital -- 5 The Emerging Production System -- 5.1 Thematic Analysis of the Propositions -- 5.2 An Expansion of Value Production Spaces -- 5.3 The Space-Time Dimension -- 5.3.1 Time and Space in Digital Worlds -- 5.3.2 The Acceleration of Everything: An Analytical Approach -- 5.4 The Articulation Between È̀nterprise Production Space'' and S̀̀ocial Production Space'' -- 5.4.1 The Importance of the Equivalence of Norms -- 5.5 Postmodern Condition and Digitality -- 5.6 The Emergence of the Community Regime -- 5.6.1 Two Regimes -- 5.6.2 The Transaction Regime -- 5.6.3 The Community Regime -- 5.6.4 Communities, Digitality and Intangibles -- 5.7 The Ethics of Use -- 5.8 The Data Ecosystem -- 5.9 A Synthesis: Five Key Dimensions -- 5.9.1 The Expansion and Plurality of Value Creation Spaces2026 and the Transformation of Modes of Value Production
  • 5.9.2 The Articulation Between Transactional Links and Organic Links -- 5.9.3 The Management of Space-Time -- 5.9.4 Organizational Liquidity -- 5.9.5 The Acceleration of Links -- 6 From Lean to Acceluction: Complements or Substitutes? -- 6.1 À̀cceluction'': The Mode of Production of Emerging Digital Uses -- 6.1.1 Lean Production and the Space---Time Dimension -- 6.1.1.1 End of Materialism, Beginning of Immateriality -- 6.2 Arguments in Favor of Recognising a New Kind of Mode of Production -- 6.3 Acceluction: The Central Concept that Characterizes the New Mode of Production -- 6.3.1 Transactional Links -- 6.3.2 Organic Links -- 6.3.3 Topography of Acceluction -- 6.3.4 Acceluction and Digital Generativity -- 7 The Liquid Enterprise and Digitality -- 7.1 Congruence and the Preeminence of Societal Changes -- 7.2 From Liquid Society to Liquid Enterprise -- 7.2.1 Generation Y as an Illustration -- 7.3 The Liquid Enterprise and Digitality -- 7.4 Liquid Enterprise, Liquid Management -- 7.5 The Liquid Enterprise and Organizational Design -- 8 Acceluction: Stakes, Opportunities and Risks -- 8.1 Acceluction and Digital Strategy -- 8.2 The 2020 Enterprise: Its Underlying Tensions -- 8.2.1 Liquidity-Plasticity/Solidity-Organicity -- 8.2.2 Mobility/Fixity -- 8.2.3 Market Resources-Platform Resources/Own Resources -- 8.2.4 Unstable Roles, Mobile Resources/Stable Roles, Fixed Resources -- 8.2.5 Short Time-Span, Finite Space/Long Timespan, New Space to Build -- 8.2.6 Horizontality-Collaboration/Verticality-Order- Hierarchy -- 8.3 The End of the Ò̀ne Best Way''2026 and the Regime of Permanent Tension -- 9 The Acceluction Regime: Its Governance -- 9.1 The 2020 Enterprise: Its Value Creation Spaces -- 9.2 Value Spaces and the Governance Issues -- 9.2.1 General Approaches to Governance -- 9.2.2 Governance-Based Theories and Information Technology
  • 9.2.3 Governance-Based Theories of the Accelucted Enterprise -- 9.3 Governance Structures for the Accelucted Enterprise -- 9.3.1 General Principles of Governance -- 9.3.2 The Governance Agenda -- 9.3.2.1 A-Strategies and Programs for Platforms and Ecosystems -- 9.3.2.2 B-Strategies and Programs for Data/Digital Resources -- 9.3.2.3 C-Real-Time Strategies and Programs -- 9.3.2.4 D-Strategies and Programs for Global Digital Spaces -- 9.3.2.5 E-Strategies and Programs for Processes and Culture -- 9.3.3 Leadership -- 9.3.4 Governance Bodies -- 10 From Data to Digital Assets -- 10.1 Background: The Added-Value of IT Artifacts and Systems -- 10.2 Data-Driven Innovation as a Perspective -- 10.3 Data and Value Creation -- 10.3.1 Why Think in Terms of Digital Assets? -- 10.3.2 The Issue of Connecting Revenue to Data -- 10.3.3 Next Steps? -- 11 The 2020 Enterprise: Six Contrasting Scenarios -- 11.1 Definition Criteria -- 11.2 Scenarios -- 11.2.1 Six Characteristic Scenarios -- 11.2.2 Scenarios and Profile of the 2020 Enterprise -- 12 Beyond 2020: Network Abundance, Data, and the Future of Organizing -- 12.1 Managerial Issues Related to Post-2020 Digitality -- 12.1.1 The Question of Decision Making -- 12.1.2 The Real Time -- 12.1.3 The Need for Specialized Human Skills -- 12.1.4 The Future Organizational Design -- 12.2 Societal Issues Related to Post-2020 Digitality -- 12.2.1 Forms of Social Interaction -- 12.2.2 Intangibility and Digitality -- 12.2.3 The Status of Employment and Job Opportunities -- 12.2.4 The Future of Institutions -- 12.2.5 The Platformic Issue: China Versus the United States -- 12.2.6 The Status of Large Enterprises -- Epilogue -- Annexe AThe CIGREF Foundation Governanceand Activities -- Annexe BISD Projects Presented in Figs. 3.1-3.5 -- Annexe CSpringerBriefs in Digital Spaces Series -- References
  • List of Final Reports for the ISD Program
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