Browsing Management and Law Publications by Author "Millard, J."
Driving Innovation through Big Open Linked Data (BOLD): Exploring Antecedents using Interpretive Structural ModellingDwivedi, Y.K.; Janssen, M.; Slade, E.L.; Rana, Nripendra P.; Weerakkody, Vishanth J.P.; Millard, J.; Hidders, J.; Snijders, D. (2016)Innovation is vital to find new solutions to problems, increase quality, and improve profitability. Big open linked data (BOLD) is a fledgling and rapidly evolving field that creates new opportunities for innovation. However, none of the existing literature has yet considered the interrelationships between antecedents of innovation through BOLD. This research contributes to knowledge building through utilising interpretive structural modelling to organise nineteen factors linked to innovation using BOLD identified by experts in the field. The findings show that almost all the variables fall within the linkage cluster, thus having high driving and dependence powers, demonstrating the volatility of the process. It was also found that technical infrastructure, data quality, and external pressure form the fundamental foundations for innovation through BOLD. Deriving a framework to encourage and manage innovation through BOLD offers important theoretical and practical contributions.
Toward a Coherent Methodological Framework for Examining Social Innovation in the Public SectorEl-Haddadeh, R.; Irani, Zahir; Millard, J.; Schröder, A. (2014)Creating an integrated social innovation concept requires connecting, engaging, and applying theories and practices into an encapsulating framework. Therefore, the exploitation of various methodologies becomes inevitable and a force in underpinning positive change. This study examines a coherent methodological framework that can be utilized toward examining social innovation in the public sector. The proposed framework provides foundations for examining social innovation leading toward empowering citizens and influence societal changes toward smart, sustainable, and inclusive growth.