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Open Government Data Study: India

Centre for Internet & Society, Nishant Shah, Sunil Abraham, Glover Wright
2012 Social Science Research Network  
The idea, he says, is 'to bridge a gap between the common people and the functioning of government' .  ...  OGD might help bridge the gap between the individualised transparency that reactive RTI disclosure provides and the mass transparency that proactive disclosure could provide, and which is necessary to  ...  agencies and the judiciary to promote a strong and credible data protection regime.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2071605 fatcat:ybscu4ohxfbxvjb64e347clrfa

Turning Open Government Data into Public Value: Testing the COPS Framework for the Co-Creation of OGD-Driven Public Services [chapter]

Keegan McBride, Maarja Toots, Tarmo Kalvet, Robert Krimmer
2019 Zenodo  
The chapter takes a holistic approach to understanding open government data-driven co-creation and follows a content-context-process approach for the framework development.  ...  The framework proposes a public service co-creation cycle based around the ideas of agile and lean development that should lead to increased usage of open government data.  ...  to the piloting partners for testing and providing feedback regarding the framework.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.2603885 fatcat:ep5njt3igvf73k72wd466mmqvu

Open challenges for data stream mining research

Georg Krempl, Myra Spiliopoulou, Jerzy Stefanowski, Indre Žliobaite, Dariusz Brzeziński, Eyke Hüllermeier, Mark Last, Vincent Lemaire, Tino Noack, Ammar Shaker, Sonja Sievi
2014 SIGKDD Explorations  
Our goal is to identify gaps between current research and meaningful applications, highlight open problems, and define new application-relevant research directions for data stream mining.  ...  At the core, the system is a hybrid human-machine database engine where the machine interacts with the SMEs as part of a feedback loop to gather, infer, ascertain and enhance the database knowledge and  ...  Acknowledgments We would like to thank the participants of the RealStream2013 workshop at ECMLPKDD2013 in Prague, and in particular Bernhard Pfahringer and George Forman, for suggestions and discussions  ... 
doi:10.1145/2674026.2674028 fatcat:y3bozzeohveibgxb5wmiwfcogm

Towards An Understanding Of How Information Technology Enables Innovation – The Innovators- Perceptions

R. Nootjarat, W. Chantatub, P. Chongstitvatana
2012 Zenodo  
This research attempts to explore gaps in Information Systems (IS) and innovation literatures by developing a model of Information Technology (IT) capability in enabling innovation.  ...  The interview results suggest four elements of ITenabled innovation capability which are information (ability to capture ideas and knowledge), connectivity (ability to bridge geographical boundary and  ...  information directly from the sources..to use and reuse..to get knowledge and new ideas..almost anytimes..and that tremendously speeding up the way we create innovation and..IT..it comes as a new type  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1071503 fatcat:zfxzzdiddzgtdhnmrdeppvhhd4

Theoretical and technological building blocks for an innovation accelerator

F. van Harmelen, G. Kampis, K. Börner, P. van den Besselaar, E. Schultes, C. Goble, P. Groth, B. Mons, S. Anderson, S. Decker, C. Hayes, T. Buecheler (+1 others)
2012 The European Physical Journal Special Topics  
. in order to include the computer as a partner in the scientific process, and (iv) Build an online platform for collaboration, including a network of trust and reputation among the different types of  ...  The envisioned platform would rest on four pillars: (i) Redesign the incentive scheme to reduce behavior such as conservatism, herding and hyping; (ii) Advance scientific publications by breaking up the  ...  data and workflows, open transparent reviewing procedures and tools for trend detection (to name just a few) are all aimed at increased transparency of the innovation system as a whole and of the science  ... 
doi:10.1140/epjst/e2012-01692-1 fatcat:6qsvn7rnvvd3lbhrqareffzjjy

System dynamics for corporate business model innovation

Thomas Moellers, Lars von der Burg, Bastian Bansemir, Max Pretzl, Oliver Gassmann
2019 Electronic Markets  
Business model innovation is a process that allows firms to build and maintain competitive advantages.  ...  Unexpectedly, we find that this process leads to a cognition gap apparent in the communication with managers not involved in the modelling process. We observe two strategies to overcome this gap.  ...  We sought to bridge the unavoidable logical gap of inductive reasoning, i.e. a set of empirical data can be used to formulate different theoretical explanations, each coherent with the data (Goodman 1954  ... 
doi:10.1007/s12525-019-00329-y fatcat:66g5xgh7ijcxncpl3fu2esqo2a

Big and open linked data analytics: a study on changing roles and skills in the higher educational process

Martin Lnenicka, Hana Kopackova, Renata Machova, Jitka Komarkova
2020 International Journal of Educational Technology in Higher Education  
In this regard, this paper explores opportunities of big and open linked data analytics in the educational process intended to develop the new set of skills.  ...  Institutions as well as other stakeholders are facing challenges how to successfully deal with them and potentially profit from them.  ...  Transparency note This study is based on our earlier work presented in Lněnička et al. (2018) .  ... 
doi:10.1186/s41239-020-00208-z fatcat:23h33lubjnd75p2bevyzwlqf64

A role for the state in the digital age

Nagy Hanna
2018 Journal of Innovation and Entrepreneurship  
Past and potential contributions of the state to innovation and the creation of the digital economy need to be understood now, more than ever.  ...  The paper proposes an agenda for learning to master digital transformation and suggests that the appropriate role of the state must evolve in sync with a learning economy and society.  ...  Publisher's Note Springer Nature remains neutral with regard to jurisdictional claims in published maps and institutional affiliations. Received: 17 June 2018 Accepted: 28 June 2018  ... 
doi:10.1186/s13731-018-0086-3 fatcat:tk4tlnpjuzg7va7goqkthvdpje

Incremental and radical open service innovation

Per Myhren, Lars Witell, Anders Gustafsson, Heiko Gebauer
2018 Journal of Services Marketing  
The purpose of the present research is to identify and describe relevant archetypes of open service innovation.  ...  Originality/value This article uses open service innovation as a mid-range theory to extend existing research on new service development in networks or service ecosystems.  ...  In contrast, the present research uses open service innovation as a mid-range theory (Brodie and Gustafsson, 2016) to bridge theoretical rigor and managerial relevance (Gustafsson et al., 2015) .  ... 
doi:10.1108/jsm-04-2016-0161 fatcat:5zwtx3gyt5amrip3hznjzeznoq

OpenEO - a Common, Open Source Interface Between Earth Observation Data Infrastructures and Front-End Applications

Edzer Pebesma, Wolfgang Wagner, Matthias Schramm, Alexandra Von Beringe, Christoph Paulik, Markus Neteler, Johannes Reiche, Jan Verbesselt, Jeroen Dries, Erwin Goor, Thomas Mistelbauer, Christian Briese (+6 others)
2017 Zenodo  
Project proposal (without effort tables) of the openEO project, see http://openeo.org/ . openEO - A Common, Open Source Interface between Earth Observation Data Infrastructures and Front-End Applications  ...  is a H2020 project funded under call EO-2-2017: EO Big Data Shift, under proposal number 776242.  ...  BRIDGE GAP between EO and IT SECTORS openEO is designed as an interdisciplinary project, bringing together EO data scientists with IT specialists and innovative enterprises.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1065474 fatcat:4o6i7dcrxbcpbajptrvrssl5gi

What roles do middle managers play in implementation of innovative practices?

Ryann L. Engle, Emily R. Lopez, Katelyn E. Gormley, Jeffrey A. Chan, Martin P. Charns, Carol VanDeusen Lukas
2017 Health Care Management Review  
Middle managers play key roles in hospitals as the bridge between senior leaders and frontline staff. Yet relatively little research has focused on their role in implementing new practices.  ...  Methodology/Approach: We analyzed qualitative data from 17 Veterans Affairs Medical Centers with high and low potential to change organizational practices.  ...  The authors would like to acknowledge the contributions of the larger evaluation team at the Center for Healthcare Organization and Implementation Research, specifically the following colleagues for their  ... 
doi:10.1097/hmr.0000000000000090 pmid:26488239 pmcid:PMC5131695 fatcat:2jkmahln5zdg3jy3wkn5jaf6ya

A Comparative Analysis of Municipal Public Innovation: Evidence from Romania and United States

Anamaria Vrabie, Rodica Ianole-Călin
2020 Journal of Open Innovation: Technology, Market and Complexity  
We employed a qualitative approach, using as a primary tool the OECD framework for assessing the capacity of cities to innovate, and secondarily, a taxonomy of behavioral change strategies.  ...  This paper aims to investigate innovation capacity mechanisms at a municipal level, through a comparative case study of public sector innovation labs from Boston (US) and Cluj-Napoca (Romania).  ...  open innovation practices into the public sector [41] [42] [43] , and to further account for the role of the environment [44] .  ... 
doi:10.3390/joitmc6040112 fatcat:mrw4wzbuendglmp27vdsjko5o4

Design, the Language of Innovation: A Review of the Design Studies Literature

Ricardo J. Hernández, Rachel Cooper, Bruce Tether, Emma Murphy
2018 She Ji: The Journal of Design, Economics and Innovation  
For example, businesses seeing to generate new products, services, processes, models, and strategies as part of their eorts to innovate often turn to design for support and leverage.  ...  We organize our findings into clusters describing the key roles that design activity plays in the innovation process, how designers personally play a part, and the internal and external factors that contribute  ...  Firstly, the visual and digital communication methods and processes used by design teams bridge the gap between producers and customers very eectively. 84 Its ability to connect providers to users has  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.sheji.2018.06.001 fatcat:uxnyxcq5frgbjlruej43vel7xe

Innovative entrepreneurship [chapter]

2014 OECD Reviews of Innovation Policy  
Most widely used for technology, individual processes, management, financial, monetary improvements, and ways to provide these Innovation centre Used as a support infrastructure to increase the awareness  ...  In Sweden considerable contribution is done to the formation of openness to innovations during the educational process, where there is a possibility to develop individual abilities of the pupils and students  ...  The use of computers in the design of new components or products and in the redesign of existing products. CAD can be employed to help in drawing a design for a part.  ... 
doi:10.1787/9789264214026-10-en fatcat:jabpdrhdzrgubhyhcofqywshra

The Dutch Flood Protection Programme: Taking Innovations to the Next Level

Ellen Tromp, Anouk te Nijenhuis, Han Knoeff
2022 Water  
To complete this task on time and within budget, innovation (a better insight into the behaviour of flood defences, new techniques and processes) is believed to be the way forward.  ...  We stress the importance of using a sender–receiver approach to further knowledge transfer and uptake, and we describe how, by using an action research approach, the Dutch Flood Protection Programme is  ...  Acknowledgments: The authors would like to thank the reviewers and editors for their critical and targeted comments. Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/w14091460 fatcat:cppcoh7kgzekvlpyb4buhokgny
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