Refining information systems competencies: the role of big data analytics resilience in organisational learning
by James A. Rodger; Pankaj Chaudhary; Ganesh Bhatt
International Journal of Business Intelligence and Systems Engineering (IJBISE), Vol. 1, No. 3, 2019

Abstract: Information systems competencies (ISC) have been an important area of inquiry for both business managers and academicians. It is now widely believed that in order to achieve sustainable business advantages, a firm must be able to renew IS competencies. Although the literature has discussed the importance of organisational learning (OL), there is not much known about how organisational learning renews IS competencies. Less is known about big data analytics resilience in information system competencies (BDARISC) and the organisation's ability to recover from lost information. In this research, we take a step in this direction and analyse the relationship of organisational learning on IS competencies for business advantages and investigate IS infrastructure flexibility, expertise, trust relationships, business performance and big data analytics resilience.

Online publication date: Fri, 29-Mar-2019

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