Weatherhead faculty members Satish Nambisan, The Nancy and Joseph Keithley Professorship of Technology Management, Kalle Lyytinen Distinguished University Professor and Youngjin Yoo, Elizabeth M. and William C. Treuhaft Professorship in Entrepreneurship, have co-edited a new book, Handbook of Digital Innovation (Edward Elgar, 2020), that brings together ideas, concepts and perspectives on digital innovation from diverse disciplines including business, engineering, science, economics and policy studies.
The Handbook represents an effort at building a transdisciplinary understanding of digital innovation. With several contributors from across the country from multiple industries, one includes Ken Loparo, Arthur L. Parker Professor, Electrical, Computer and Systems Engineering from Case School of Engineering. Digital innovations—from smart products to intelligent services—have become important not only in professional lives but in personal lives as well. The study of digital innovation - its development, deployment/adoption and consequences - crosses disciplinary boundaries. The book explores why digital innovation needs to be viewed not just as a technology or business phenomenon, but as a societal phenomenon as well.
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