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Strategizing for Digital Transformation: A Case Study of Digital Transformation Process in the Construction Industry

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  title={Strategizing for Digital Transformation: A Case Study of Digital Transformation Process in the Construction Industry},
  author={Timo M{\"a}kinen},
  year={2017}
}
of master's thesis Author: Timo Mäkinen Title of thesis: Strategizing for Digital Transformation: A Case Study of Digital Transformation Process in the Construction Industry Master’s programme: Industrial Engineering and Management Thesis supervisor: Risto Rajala (D.Sc) Major or Minor/Code: Strategy and Venturing, SCI3050 Department: Industrial Engineering and Management Thesis advisor: Jaakko Siltaloppi (D.Sc) Date 17.8.2017 Number of pages 103 + 7 Language: English Abstract of master's… 
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