Toward big data and analytics governance: redefining structural governance mechanisms

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2021-01-05
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Fadler, Martin
Legner, Christine
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Big Data and Analytics (BDA) enable innovative business models and, simultaneously, increase existing business processes’ efficiency and effectiveness. Although BDA’s potential is widely recognized, companies face a variety of challenges when adopting BDA and endeavoring to generate business value. Researchers and practitioners emphasize the need for effective governance to delineate data and analytics’ roles and responsibilities. Existing studies focus either on data or on analytics governance, even though both approaches are closely interlinked and depend on each other. Our study aims to integrate these two distinct research perspectives into a unified view on structural mechanisms for BDA. Using design science research, we iteratively develop data and analytics roles, clarify their responsibilities and provide guidelines for their organizational assignment. Our study contributes to advancing research on data and analytics governance and supports practitioners managing BDA.
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Business Intelligence, Business Analytics and Big Data: Innovation, Deployment, and Management, analytics governance, big data and analytics, data governance, roles and responsibilities, structural governance mechanisms
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