Tag: agility

  • Assessing the Relevance of Governmental Characteristics to Address Wicked Problems in Turbulent Times

    New paper co-authored with James Denford, Gregory Dawson, and Aroon Manoharan has been published in Public Management Review. Governments have long faced traditional bureaucratic problems and developed a set of mechanisms to handle them, but few studies have examined the government’s underlying characteristics in addressing such problems. Wicked problems – those with unclear definitions, causal […]

  • Organizational robustness: A conceptual framework

    New paper co-authored with Yancong Xie and Mohammad Jabbari published in Journal of Contingencies and Crisis Management. On organizational robustness: A conceptual framework Understanding robustness and how organizations can configure and adapt is fundamental for their survival. In this paper, we build on the general system theory to conceptualize the underlying mechanisms of organizational robustness. […]

  • Public AI Canvas for AI-Enabled Public Value

    New paper co-authored with Samar Fatima, Christoph Buck, and Erwin Fielt published in Government Information Quarterly. Public AI canvas for AI-enabled public value: A design science approach Public agencies have a strong interest in artificial intelligence (AI) systems. However, many public agencies lack tools and frameworks to articulate a viable business model and evaluate public […]

  • Digital Transformation in the Resource and Energy Sectors

    New paper co-authored with Parisa Maroufkhani, Robert K.Perrons, and Mohammad Iranmanesh published in Resources Policy. The forces of digital transformation have delivered significant benefits like sustainable development and economic growth in a range of early adopter industries such as retail and manufacturing but, despite these potential benefits, the resource and energy sectors have been relative latecomers to digitalization simply […]

  • International Dialogue: Emerging Technology for Response and Recovery

    In a post-pandemic world, homeland security and border control agencies are being tasked with transforming how they respond and operate in a highly digitalized environment, while ensuring safety and prosperity of citizens and country. Critical challenges that agencies face include the increasing volume of incidents and emergencies, overly complex trade and immigration processes, and evolving […]

  • Interagency Collaboration within the City Emergency Management Network

    New paper co-authored with Bo Fan and Zhoupeng Li published in Disasters. Interagency collaboration within the city emergency management network: a case study of Super Ministry Reform in China Emergencies continue to become ever more complex; responding to them, therefore, often is beyond the capabilities and capacities of any single public agency. Hence, collaboration among […]

  • Future Enterprise Series: The Decisive Enterprise – QUT/MIT

    For more details, please visit: https://www.qut.edu.au/engage/the-future-enterprise-webinar-series/the-decisive-enterprise

  • QLD Department of Resources – Building Evidence-Driven Organisations

  • Will AI ever sit at the C-suite table? The future of senior leadership

    Graeme J. Watson, Vincent M. Ribiere, JakaLindi? and I have an article accepted in Business Horizons. As the sophistication of artificial intelligence (AI) systems develop and AI becomes a key element of organizational strategy across a wide spectrum of industries, new demands are being placed on senior leaders. To understand the growing challenges leaders will […]

  • Demystifying Analytical Information Processing Capability: Cybersecurity Incident Response

    New paper published in Decision Support Systems.  Little is known about how organizations leverage business analytics (BA) to develop, process, and exploit analytical information in cybersecurity incident response (CSIR). Drawing on information processing theory (IPT), we conducted a field study using a multiple case study design to answer the following research question: How do organizations exploit […]