Conceptualization and value creation of big data in supply chain management: A business process perspective

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This Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) dissertation addressed the academic domains of big data and supply chain management (SCM) from a social science perspective. The research was the result of a three-year Industrial PhD program1 among the doctoral candidate, University of Southern Denmark, and Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy. The research was affiliated with the research program on reducing cost of energy in the offshore wind energy sector through supply chain innovation (ReCoE). Further, the PhD program was funded by Innovation Fund Denmark. The dissertation was executed in accordance with preliminary defined work packages that included emergent developments incorporated as the research program progressed. The collective dissertation comprises a paper-based dissertation for which four papers were produced. The doctoral candidate led the development and execution of all papers.
Original languageEnglish
Number of pages263
Publication statusPublished - 4. May 2019

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2019. 263 p.

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