What Is Digital Organizational Culture? Insights From Exploratory Case Studies

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2018-01-03
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Duerr, Sebastian
Holotiuk, Friedrich
Wagner, Heinz-Theo
Beimborn, Daniel
Weitzel, Tim
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Whilst Information Systems research has focused on how products, processes, and organizations have to be transformed in the digital age, we know little about how and why the organizational culture of firms needs to be -˜digitalized’. Drawing on the organizational culture model by Edgar Schein, we analyze data from eleven cases across various industries to identify the facets of digitalizing firms’ organizational cultures. Specifically, we explore their Artifacts, Espoused Beliefs and Values, and Underlying Assumptions. Our study contributes by delineating a -˜digital organizational culture’ that underpins the motivation for firms to digitalize.
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Social-Technical Issues in Organizational Information Technologies, Organizational Culture, Digitaliziation, Digital Organizational Culture, Schein, Digital Innovation
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10 pages
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Proceedings of the 51st Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences
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