Towards understanding IT value co-creation in crowdsourcing:the multiple stakeholders' perspective research-in-progress paper

He, Hee Rui, Kotlarsky, Julia and Gholami, Roya (2014). Towards understanding IT value co-creation in crowdsourcing:the multiple stakeholders' perspective research-in-progress paper. IN: UNSPECIFIED Association for Information Systems.

Abstract

Contemporary business environment involves IT being invested and shared by multiple stakeholders in collaborative, platform-based, and relational arrangements where the objective is to co-create value. Traditional IT enabled business value therefore has been extended towards IT value co-creation that involves multiple stakeholders. In this paper, we present a conceptual development of IT-based value co-creation in the context of online crowdsourcing. Based on the existing literature, we have distinguished multiple crowdsourcing types (models) by analyzing attributes of crowd, the roles of the client, the platform and the crowd that act as key stakeholders in the value co-creation process, and describe the major interactions between the main stakeholders. Our conceptual development is suggesting different combinations of value co-creation layers to be evident in different crowdsourcing models.

Divisions: Aston Business School > Operations & Information Management
Event Title: 35th International Conference on Information Systems
Event Type: Other
Event Dates: 2014-12-14 - 2014-12-17
Uncontrolled Keywords: crowdsourcing,IT value,IT value co-creation,Information Systems,Computer Science Applications
Full Text Link: http://aisel.ai ... ontext=icis2014
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Published Date: 2014-12-31
Authors: He, Hee Rui
Kotlarsky, Julia ( 0000-0002-1478-549X)
Gholami, Roya

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