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Critical Success Factors of Digital Business Strategy

  title={Critical Success Factors of Digital Business Strategy},
  author={Friedrich Holotiuk and Daniel Beimborn},
  journal={Wirtschaftsinformatik und Angewandte Informatik},
Digitalization does fundamentally impact firms’ strategy development. [] Key Result The discussion shows that academic research is lagging behind in contributing to DBS. Future research is suggested to further formalize the concept of DBS and to create a better understanding about how firms can successfully establish DBS.

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