Wellbeing Technology: Beyond Chatbots

Sciarretta Eliseo, Alimenti Lia - Digitalization has revolutionized almost every sector of our life, including both the private and the professional one, just as the relationship between man and machine/computer is radically changing our lives.

IL FUTURO TRENT’ANNI FA Quando Internet è arrivata in Italia

Arturo Di Corinto, Laura Abba - Il 30 aprile 1986 dal CNUCE di Pisa fu inviato un pacchetto IP di dati al centro di Telespazio, a qualche centinaio di km nella piana del Fucino, la cui antenna a sua volta lo trasmise via satellite a Roaring Creek, in Pennsylvania. Dagli USA rispose un computer.

E-health and wellbeing monitoring using smart healthcare devices: An empirical investigation

Armando Papa, Monika Mital, Paola Pisano, Manlio Del Giudice - According to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goal No. 3 (SDG – Goal 3), for sustainable development it is imperative to ensure health and well-being across all ages, and is achievable only through effective and continuous healthcare monitoring. But in India and other third world countries, healthcare monitoring is poor compared to other countries in the world, in spite of it being affordable.

The performance implications of leveraging internal innovation through social media networks: An empirical verification of the smart fashion industry

Veronica Scuotto, Manlio Del Giudice, Maria Rosaria della Peruta, Shlomo Tarba - Despite rigorous empirical research exploring the changes in innovation dynamics triggered by Social Media Networks (SMNs), the benefits coming from the use of these digital platforms for knowledge search in innovative activities for small to medium enterprises (SMEs) are still unexplored. Customers become the new trailblazers.

The management of organizational ambidexterity through alliances in a new context of analysis: Internet of Things (IoT) smart city projects

Manlio Del Giudice, Stefano Bresciani, Alberto Ferraris - In the last decade, the Internet of Things (IoT) has affected the approach of organizations to innovation and how they create and capture value in everyday business activities. This is compounded in the so-called Smart Cities, where the objective of the IoT is to exploit information and communication technologies (ICTs) to support added-value services for citizens, giving companies more opportunities to innovate through the use of the latest technologies.

The impact of IT-based Knowledge Management Systems on internal venturing and innovation: a Structural Equation Modeling approach to corporate performance

Manlio Del Giudice, Maria Rosaria Della Peruta - The purpose of this paper is to assess the perceived importance of information technology (IT) as a core factor enabling innovation in knowledge management (KM). The aim is to propose an approach for using the IT tools for KM involved in the design of effective learning applications to help the firms to guide internal venturing development.

Discovering the Internet of Things (IoT): technology and business process management, inside and outside the innovative firms

Manlio Del Giudice - The growing relevance of the “Internet of Things” (IoT) arises from the possibility to connect people, goods and operations through a global network. The company performance management and the customer relationship management are influenced by the IoT that allows for an increasing competitiveness of the global corporations by sharing specific knowledge and social value in the long term. On one side, in many sectors such as agrifood, natural environment, smart cities, insurances, safety security, the IoT utility is changing the way of interpreting the business process management inside and outside the firms as well as innovation processes connected to products and services.

Training in Systems Thinking and System Dynamics as an Effective Way to Tackle Complexity in the Management of Organisations

Stefano Armenia, Alessandro Pompei, Annamaria Vecchio - The biggest challenge for today’s organisations is to address the growing complexity of their internal and external environment while gaining a competitive advantage. To do this, the leaders of the organisations must be able to understand this complexity through the knowledge of the environment and the implementation of a governance system based on a decision-making process that considers the enormous amount of data available.