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Dynamic capabilities embody various capabilities that drive the organization’s adaptiveness and are studied from management and information systems perspectives. However, the impact of specific dynamic and organizational capabilities, i.e., management system adaptability and improvisational capabilities, on business model innovation under tumultuous times still has to be unfolded. Therefore, this study investigates the role of these capabilities during the COVID-19 crisis. This study presents the results of analyses on obtained survey data (N = 105) from Ghana and shows that these two strategic capabilities significantly influence business model innovation.
van de Wetering, R., Doe, J., van den Heuvel, R., & Al Halbusi, H. (2022). The Impact of Improvisational and Dynamic Capabilities on Business Model Innovation During COVID-19: A Composite-Based Approach. In Conference on e-Business, e-Services and e-Society (pp. 422-433). Springer, Cham.
Collaborative networked organizations (CNOs) strive to achieve a common goal. Collaboration within CNOs relies on information technology (IT) and trust. Trust appears in different forms, such as relational, contractual, and competence trust that strengthens the relationships. In addition to trust, data sharing is fundamental to CNOs, as it can improve business-to-business transactions. In this paper, we show how distributed ledger technology (DLT) can increase trust and improve data sharing. We created a decision model, using a design science research (DSR) approach, that provides a mapping between DLT-characteristics and trust antecedents in order to select appropriate DLT.
van den Heuvel R., van de Wetering R., Kruidhof O., Bos R., Trienekens J. (2021) How Distributed Ledger Technology Can Influence Trust Improving Data Sharing in Collaborative Networks. In: Ceci F., Prencipe A., Spagnoletti P. (eds) Exploring Innovation in a Digital World. Lecture Notes in Information Systems and Organisation, vol 51. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-87842-9_6
Collaborative Networked Organizations (CNOs) are increasingly com- mon in current dynamic markets. The participants in a CNO try to achieve a com- mon goal while acting on market opportunities. Information technology (IT) fa- cilitates collaboration between participants within a CNO. In this paper, we show how CNOs cope with network-dynamics related to their IT-needs. Two sub-char- acteristics of network dynamics, respectively many-to-many relations and inter- action patterns, will be investigated. In the end, we are trying to answer the ques- tion regarding what IT-needs CNOs have, to cope with CNO-dynamism.
van den Heuvel, R., van de Wetering, R., Bos, R., & Trienekens, J. J. M. (2020). Identification of IT-Needs to Cope with Dynamism in Collaborative Networked Organizations—A Case Study. In R. Agrifoglio, R. Lamboglia, D. Mancini, & F. Ricciardi (Eds.), Digital Business Transformation: Organizing, Managing and Controlling in the Information Age (pp. 219-236). Springer Nature Switzerland AG. Lecture Notes in Information Systems and Organisation Vol. 38 https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-47355-6_15
Increasing market dynamics rapidly change the business landscape. Collaboration amongst organizations is a common way to cope with these dynamics. Achieving a state of Business/IT-alignment (BITA) within Collaborative Networked Organizations (CNOs) appears to be a valuable endeavor. Therefore, this paper investigates CNO characteristics, as a basis, to incrementally design BITA artifacts that facilitate CNO-dynamism. Via a structured literature review and an expert session, we synthesized a list of 6 main and 22 sub-characteristics for CNOs.
van den Heuvel R., Trienekens J., van de Wetering R., Bos R. (2017) Toward CNO Characteristics to Support Business/IT-Alignment. In: Camarinha-Matos L., Afsarmanesh H., Fornasiero R. (eds) Collaboration in a Data-Rich World. PRO-VE 2017. IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology, vol 506. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-65151-4_41
Collaborative networks have become a common organizational form in current dynamic markets. These Collaborative Networked Organizations (CNOs) emerge from the pressing need to innovate, change and collaborate and efficaciously deal with environmental dynamics. Achieving optimal Business/IT-Alignment (BITA) within these networks appears to be a valuable endeavor. However, extant literature predominately focused on uniminded organizations (opposed to networked organizations) and does not take into account the networked dynamics ‘lens’. In order to fill this gap in literature, we will synthesize and develop BITA capabilities that enable organizations to co-evolve and adapt with the dynamics of their environment and facilitate their collaboration within CNOs.
van den Heuvel, R., Trienekens, J. J. M., van de Wetering, R., & Bos, R. (2016). Business/IT-alignment adaptation in dynamic networked environments. Poster session presented at 17th IFIP WG 5.5 Working Conference on Virtual Enterprises , Porto, Portugal.
Enterprise Architectuur (Management) (EA(M)) is een onderzoeksgebied dat vanaf 2003 meer aandacht krijgt, maar nog erg versnipperd is (Simon, Fischbach, & Schoder, 2013). Het richt zich op het creëren van raamwerken, operationalisering van EAM en modelleringstechnieken (T.-Y. Kim, Lee, Kim, & Kim, 2006). Dat EAM toegepast wordt in grote organisaties, dat het baten levert in de vorm van flexibiliteit en kostenreductie is vanuit de literatuur onderbouwd (Aier, 2014; Boucharas, van Steenbergen, Jansen, & Brinkkemper, 2010b; Hauder, Roth, & Matthes, 2013; Plessius, van Steenbergen, & Slot, 2014).
van den Heuvel, R. (2015). Het verbeteren van de toepasbaarheid van enterprise architectuur management in netwerkorganisaties (Master's thesis, Open Universiteit, Heerlen, The Netherlands)