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Handbook of Digital Innovation

  • 1.  Handbook of Digital Innovation

    Posted 07-26-2020 08:07

    Along with two of my colleagues, I recently edited a Handbook of Digital Innovation that might be of interest to scholars working in the areas of innovation, platforms/ecosystems, strategy and entrepreneurship. The Handbook is aimed at building a transdisciplinary understanding of digital innovation, and as such brings together ideas, concepts and perspectives from diverse disciplines/fields including business, engineering, economics, science and policy. Here is a link to the book site:

    A partial list of contributors (in no particular order): Ann MajchrzakJoel Cutcher-GershenfeldTerri GriffithJohn Leslie KingPaul Courant, Erkko Autio, Rob KulathinalKenneth A. LoparoVarun GroverArvind MalhotraSudhir KumarSirkka JarvenpaaJeff NickersonOla HenfridssonM. Lynne Markus, Annabelle GawerLlewellyn ThomasNick BerenteJonathan GrudinJannis Kallinikos.


    We hope the ideas and insights offered in this Handbook would broaden the horizon of inquiry on digital innovation, and inspire new empirical/conceptual research that help us understand the nature, process and consequences of digital innovation-both as a holistic system that spans individual, firm and industry levels as well as a broader societal phenomenon.


    Best wishes,


    Satish Nambisan, Ph.D.

    Nancy and Joseph Keithley Professor of Technology Management

    Professor of Design & Innovation

    The Weatherhead School of Management

    Case Western Reserve University

    Cleveland, OH 44106-7235

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