Big Data Value Engineering for Business Model Innovation

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2017-01-04
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Chen, Hong-Mei
Kazman, Rick
Garbajosa, Juan
Gonzalez, Eloy
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Big data value engineering for business model innovation requires a drastically different approach as compared with methods for engineering value under existing business models. Taking a Design Science approach, we conducted an exploratory study to formulate the requirements for a method to aid in engineering value via innovation. We then developed a method, called Eco-ARCH (Eco-ARCHitecture) for value discovery. This method is tightly integrated with the BDD (Big Data Design) method for value realization, to form a big data value engineering methodology for addressing these requirements. The Eco-ARCH approach is most suitable for the big data context where system boundaries are fluid, requirements are ill-defined, many stakeholders are unknown, design goals are not provided, no central architecture pre-exists, system behavior is non-deterministic and continuously evolving, and co-creation with consumers and prosumers is essential to achieving innovation goals. The method was empirically validated in collaboration with an IT service company in the Electric Power industry.
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architecture landscape, Big Data, eco-architecture, value engineering methodology, big data value discovery
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10 pages
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Proceedings of the 50th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences
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