Dashboards on Big Data for New Innovation Management?

By Jean-Sébastien Vayre

With the development of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) within the market and organization spheres, consumers and workers are driven to produce large amounts of digital traces that provide information on their consumption and manufacturing activities. In as much as what we call Dashboards on Big Data (DBD) have the precise function of improving and facilitating the exploration of digital traces, this article intends to draw on a qualitative survey with the aim of addressing the following question: to what extent do DBD contribute to improving the innovation process within the organization? If DBD do promote the incremental innovation process within the organization in the form of innovation management tools, it is nevertheless possible to question their contribution to breakthrough innovation processes. JEL Codes : A14, O13, M15


  • big data
  • innovation
  • uses
  • ICT
  • organization
  • market
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