Data Supply Chain (DSC): development and validation of a measurement instrument
conference contributionposted on 27.03.2017 by Konstantina Spanaki, Richard Adams, Catherine Mulligan, Emil Lupu
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The volume and availability of data produced and affordably stored has become an important new resource for building organizational competitive advantage. Reflecting this, and expanding the concept of the supply chain, we propose the Data Supply Chain (DSC) as a novel concept to aid investigations into how the interconnected data characteristics relate to and impact organizational performance. Initially, we define the concept and develop a research agenda on DSC coupling theoretical background of strategy and operations literature. Along with the conceptualization, we develop a set of propositions and make suggestions for future research including testing and validating the model fit.
- Business and Economics