IT-Enabled Business Innovation

Submission deadline: 1 Sept. 2014
Publication: March/April 2015

IT is a key enabler of business innovation. The impact on businesses in every industry has never been greater. IT is a key source of innovations that drive growth. Indeed, it’s rare to find a product or service that’s not touched by, or enabled by, IT in some manner.

This special issue of IT Professional seeks to provide readers with an overview of the current issues and practices as well as a look into the future as IT professionals and technologies become indispensable as key enablers of product and service development and the creation of new markets. We seek articles from industry, business, academia, and government.  Topics of interest include the following:

  • IT as an innovation platform
  • IT as a driver of business transformation
  • IT innovation best practices
  • Innovative IT-enabled business models
  • IT as an innovation accelerator
  • IT and open innovation
  • IT-enabled service innovation
  • Radical and incremental innovation for digital services
  • IT-enabled business strategy
  • Leveraging big data & analytics in the innovation process
  • The role of IT in facilitating value co-creation and co-innovation
  • Defining new markets with IT innovation
  • Getting IT ready to innovate
  • IT professionals as business strategists
  • From IT projects to business strategy
  • Innovation of digital services
  • Emerging social technologies
  • The next wave of mobility technology
  • The future of wearable IT
  • Ideation and the wisdom of crowds
  • IT and the autonomous future
  • Internet of things
  • Medical IT innovation
  • Servitization with IT

Submissions

Feature articles should be no longer than 4,200 words with no more than 20 references (with tables and figures counting as 300 words). Illustrations are welcome. For author guidelines, including sample articles, please see:www.computer.org/portal/web/peerreviewmagazines/acitpro

Submit your article at https://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/itpro-cs

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