The Academy of Management, Big Data and Surrey in April 2018

Digital Platforms guru Annabelle Gawer reports in from the Academy of Management (AOM) in Atlanta, where she gave two presentations: one at a Professional Development Workshop on Open Innovation, and another on Platforms and Ecosystems. High on the agenda was the progress and development of the AOM Specialized Conference on Big Data and Managing in a […]

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Audio Commons: Digital transformation in the sound industry

This week in the Business Insights Lab, we’ll be finding out more about CoDE’s ongoing EU funded project on the Audio Commons. Dr David Plans, Dr Milosz Miszczynski and Dr Carla Bonina are hosting a session to discuss the development of business models in this area, with partners from the project and a few MBA […]

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From Insight to Outcome: Hidden opportunities in data analytics

CoDE attended the latest industry-led research colloquium in Business Analytics recently, presented by data analytics expert Dr Aisha Naseer of Fujitsu Laboratories of Europe (FLE) Limited and Sahara Innovations Limited. The ‘data deluge’ is overwhelming organisations’ and institutions’ capacity to tackle, manage and transform the sheer volumes of data at play, without compromising the efficiency […]

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Infrastructure: Digital disruption is coming

CoDE just attended a talk on ‘Transformation in Infrastructure: Digital and Smart Infrastructure’ by Mark Enzer, Group Technical Director at Mott MacDonald. This is particularly interesting for CoDE because of the implications for enterprise education, new models for the design and delivery of large infrastructure projects (e.g. roads, airports, hospitals, oil rigs), and research. Mark […]

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Banking, Medicine, and the Case for Open Data

There’s been lots of interest in Dr Carla Bonina’s recent interview on Open Data in a piece published at the Guardian in December. Below, Carla expands on further points from her field-leading research. Open data continues to be at center of stage in Europe and the countries that support the Open Government Partnership (OGP). Last […]

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Big Data and Regulation: The debate

Recent press coverage quoting CoDE’s Professor Annabelle Gawer reflects the growing importance of the question of data, and how it is regulated: From the New York Times, ‘Data Could Be the Next Tech Hot Button for Regulators’: is regulation punishing organisations based on what they might do? In an article in The Times Annabelle points […]

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‘An In-Depth Study of the Bathroom’: IoT and the reverse supply chain

CoDE has contributed to a significant study on ‘Operationalising IoT for reverse supply: the development of use-visibility measures’ in the international journal Supply Chain Management. Funding was contributed by the Research Council (UK) Digital Economy to the H.A.T project (http://hubofallthings.org), and by the Academy of Finland. The study uses an explorative case approach drawing on […]

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Go Digital in One Easy Step

Starting right now, you can sign up for CoDE’s weekly news digests: be the first to know what our digital experts are thinking about and experimenting with; read the articles, links, and issues we are flagging up, along with our summaries and comment; and find out about the solutions we are testing that may give […]

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Digital Innovation in Veterinary Medicine: CoDE, Zoetis and vHive

The recent revolutionary changes in data-management practices in livestock farming, driven by the continued intensification of livestock farming alongside the rapid expansion of the Internet of Things (IoT), is another example of how the rapid technological advances that characterise the Digital Economy are changing the face of another business sector. CoDE is as ever at […]

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Bringing Digital to Local Government

We just ran the closing session of ‘Strategy, Management, and Service Delivery in a Digital Economy’ for Surrey County Council (SCC) here in the Business insights Lab. Opened by Head of the Business School Professor Andy Adcroft, and ably steered by CoDE’s Dr Ben Shenoy, this fifth and final session discussed what’s next for Digital […]

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‘Big Data in Banking’ Round Table

The CoDE team’s Roger Maull, Professor of Management Systems in the Surrey Business School, was a featured panellist at the ‘Big Data in Banking’ Talend-Roundtable Event in London. Under discussion: Are legacy systems holding banks back from innovating? According to a new industry survey by Talend, 48% of banking industry professionals polled cite the limits […]

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Barbed Wire and the IoT

The Internet of Things is coming. But what do we do about issues of identity? The IoT opens many doors. The saying goes that doors are easy – but locks are hard. How do we build a layer of privacy onto the IoT? Consult Hyperion and Surrey’s Centre for the Digital Economy (CoDE) recently ran a […]

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What’s Mine Is Yours? Issues of Data Sharing

 By guest blogger Dr Phil Godsiff, Senior Research Fellow A warm, sunny, pre-autumnal Lisbon hosted the ICT 2015 Innovate, Connect, Transform (part of the “Digital Agenda for Europe”, a Europe 2020 initiative) conference, and I have been thinking on and off about some of its implications. With the conference being held in the Congress Centre, very […]

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ManagePlaces: Digital entrepreneurship born and raised at Surrey

The story of ManagePlaces spans business and engineering, innovation and digital entrepreneurship, Surrey Business School, and the 5G Innovation Centre – and it’s taking place at the heart of CoDE’s initiative to predict, comprehend and manage the challenges of the Digital Economy. ManagePlaces’ core product is a workflow management system for remote teams. The company […]

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Cloud and Value in the Digital Economy

Digital is transforming – and in some cases sweeping away – the old ideas, models, and value streams, and revealing them to have been not just set in stone, but possibly fossilized. For example: information about a transaction is now worth more than the transaction itself. How can this be?   Most of us never […]

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