The Role Of Information Systems
By Riccardo Rialti & Giacomo Marzi


Addressing the effect of massive data analytics-capable information systems on organizational ambidexterity, this book investigates how these systems are often wont to enhance organizational agility and adaptability, generally considered to be two key determinants of organizational ambidexterity. With attention on the opportunities for businesses instead of the burden that big data can represent, the authors highlight the impact of massive data on ambidextrous organizations and the way current organizational structures are often modified so as to enhance big data analytics and implement big data-capable information systems.

Addressing the effect of massive data analytics-capable information systems on organizational ambidexterity, this book investigates how these systems are often wont to enhance organizational agility and adaptability, generally considered to be two key determinants of organizational ambidexterity. With attention on the opportunities for businesses instead of the burden that big data can represent, the authors highlight the impact of massive data on ambidextrous organizations and the way current organizational structures are often modified so as to enhance big data analytics and implement big data-capable information systems.

Riccardo Rialti, Ph.D., maybe a Research Fellow at the University of Florence, Italy, and an Adjunct Professor of Product Management at the Polimoda Fashion Institute. Riccardo has been a visiting student at several institutions including the University of Lincoln and Middlesex University London within the UK, Sophia University in Japan, and therefore the ESCP graduate school. he's currently researching the impact of massive data and AI on organizations and has published widely in several international journals, like Technological Forecasting and Social Change, the Business Process Management Journal, and Management Decision.
Giacomo Marzi, Ph.D., maybe a Lecturer in Strategy and Enterprise at Lincoln International graduate school, University of Lincoln, UK. His research interests revolve around innovation management and new development. Within this domain, he focuses on the appliance of agile principles to new development and other issues associated with new development and uncertainty. Giacomo has published several articles in leading business journals like the Journal of Business Research, the International Journal of Production Research, and IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management. he's also a member of varied scientific societies and a lively speaker at several globally recognized conferences.