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2 The New Organizing Logic of Digital Innovation : An Agenda for Information Systems Research 1

@inproceedings{Yoo20122TN,
  title={2 The New Organizing Logic of Digital Innovation : An Agenda for Information Systems Research 1},
  author={Youngjin Yoo},
  year={2012}
}
In this essay, we argue that pervasive digitization gives birth to a new type of product architecture, the layered modular architecture. The layered modular architecture extends the modular architecture of physical products by incorporating four loosely coupled layers of devices, networks, services, and contents created by digital technology. We posit that this new architecture instigates profound changes in the ways that firms organize for innovation in the future. We develop (1) a theoretical… 

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