Tejovathi Inamanamelluri
University of Toledo
ModularityUncertainty avoidanceProduct (category theory)BusinessCritical success factorStructure (mathematical logic)Process managementDigital resourcesCountry levelIndustrial production
Publications 1
The emergence of digital technology has changed the structure and functions of products. Digitalised products are connectable with digital resources, reprogrammable for personal customisation, and upgradable for continuous improvement. Digital innovation (DI) not only makes industrial products capable of serving various customers' needs, but also brings great challenges to companies. In the literature, DI critical success factors remain uncovered, so do the environmental conditions that support ...
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