E-Transformation as an Integrating Strategy
Nagy K. Hanna ()
Chapter Chapter 1 in Seeking Transformation Through Information Technology, 2011, pp 1-19 from Springer
Abstract There is a growing awareness that Information and Communication Technology (ICT) revolution is opening up new sources of growth and new opportunities to solve long-standing development problems and is transforming industries and services so fundamentally as to change the competitive advantages of countries. This revolution also poses major risks and uncertainties as it raises the bar for competing in the global marketplace, accelerates product and process change, demands experimentation and innovation, and calls for openness, flexibility, adaptation, and fast learning.
Keywords: Country Experience; Country Case Study; General Purpose Technology; ICT4D Program (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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