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Title: Makers in the plant? Exploring the impact of knowledge IT artifacts on DIY practices in manufacturing firms
Authors: Cremona, Luca
Ravarini, Aurelio
Issue Date: 2016
Publisher: SciTePress
Bibliographic citation: Cremona Luca, Ravarini Aurelio (2016), Makers in the plant? Exploring the impact of knowledge IT artifacts on DIY practices in manufacturing firms. In: Freud Ana, et al. (eds.), IC3K 2016: proceedings of the 8th International joint conference on knowledge Discovery, knowledge engineering and knowledge management: Porto, Portugal, November 9-11, 2016. Vol. 3: KMIS. Seubal: SCITEPress, p. 281-288. ISBN 978-989-758-203-5.
Abstract: In this study we investigate the impact of digital technologies on fabrication activities carried out by a worker leading her organizational role to be critically reshaped. We assume that the characteristics of the Makers (individual and environmental characteristics) could be applied to workers in a manufacturing plant, bringing benefits in terms of higher achievements deriving by the digitization of fabrication. We propose to interpret the digital technologies enabling digitization through the lens of the KITA construct. Two case studies have been carried out in order to explore these assumptions and providing preliminary insights of the effects of Digital DIY practices on manufacturing firms.
URI: http://arl.liuc.it/dspace/handle/2468/4464
Journal/Book: IC3K 2016: proceedings of the 8th International joint conference on knowledge Discovery, knowledge engineering and knowledge management: Porto, Portugal, November 9-11, 2016. Vol. 3: KMIS
ISBN: 978-989-758-203-5
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