Jörn Lengsfeld
University of St. Gallen
Digitalization goes hand in hand with a fundamental change in methods that has the potential to change people’s thinking, decisions and actions. Departing from this thesis, a structure is proposed for the analysis of the method change induced by digitalization. The article provides a brief outline of the driving forces, the forms and the effects of this method change.
Keywords Digitalization  Digital Transformation  Digital Revolution  Decision Making  Strategy  Method  Method Change  Methodology
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