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Business Management and Communication Perspectives in Industry 4.0
A type of culture that separates an organization from others and executes digital transformation.
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Understanding Digital Congruence in Industry 4.0
Berna Ulusoy (Hochschule Fresenius University of Applied Sciences, Germany)
Copyright: © 2020 |Pages: 15
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-5225-9416-1.ch002
Industry 4.0 is a type of revolution that brings profound changes around the world. Industry 4.0 has both broadened the scope of digital transformation and raised its importance to organizations. The interconnection of digital and physical processes is fundamentally increasing. In this respect, digital transformation becomes a major driving force of Industry 4.0 for organizations. While Industry 4.0 presents key opportunities to boost competitiveness and promotes digital change, development of digital capabilities is significant for organizations to be better prepared to implement these advances. Thus, according to some authors, digital capabilities refer to digital congruence. Digital congruence relates to culture, people, structure, and tasks in organizations. It is therefore considered that explaining the link between digital congruence and Industry 4.0 will provide a unique insight into the research agenda of Industry 4.0.
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