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Towards a methodology for modelling interdependencies between partners in digital business ecosystems

Towards a methodology for modelling interdependencies between partners in digital business ecosystems
Towards a methodology for modelling interdependencies between partners in digital business ecosystems
Digital business ecosystems rely on interdependencies for value co-creation. Thus, the success of a digital business ecosystem is inextricably linked to how well interactions are understood, aligned, and supported. Therefore, it is essential to comprehensively understand the interdependence types, structure, substances, and participants in digital business ecosystems. However, in information systems research, limited understanding exists on how to model interdependencies in digital business ecosystems. This paper seeks to fill this gap by developing an interdependence modelling methodology that provides a systematic approach to capture and represent interdependencies in digital business ecosystems. To demonstrate the potential of the methodology, we illustrate its applicability through a case study of Ghana’s import digital business ecosystem
IEEE
Senyo, PK
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Liu, Kecheng
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Effah, John
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Senyo, PK
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Liu, Kecheng
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Effah, John
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Senyo, PK, Liu, Kecheng and Effah, John (2017) Towards a methodology for modelling interdependencies between partners in digital business ecosystems. In 2017 International Conference on Logistics, Informatics and Service Sciences (LISS). IEEE..

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Digital business ecosystems rely on interdependencies for value co-creation. Thus, the success of a digital business ecosystem is inextricably linked to how well interactions are understood, aligned, and supported. Therefore, it is essential to comprehensively understand the interdependence types, structure, substances, and participants in digital business ecosystems. However, in information systems research, limited understanding exists on how to model interdependencies in digital business ecosystems. This paper seeks to fill this gap by developing an interdependence modelling methodology that provides a systematic approach to capture and represent interdependencies in digital business ecosystems. To demonstrate the potential of the methodology, we illustrate its applicability through a case study of Ghana’s import digital business ecosystem

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Published date: 2017

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Local EPrints ID: 438649
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/438649
PURE UUID: de3f848c-c37b-4bf4-a98c-7f42e08586be
ORCID for PK Senyo: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0001-7126-3826

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Date deposited: 20 Mar 2020 17:30
Last modified: 13 Dec 2021 03:37

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Author: PK Senyo ORCID iD
Author: Kecheng Liu
Author: John Effah

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