Toward the Development of a Maturity Model for Digitalization within the Manufacturing Industry's Supply Chain

@inproceedings{Kltzer2017TowardTD,
  title={Toward the Development of a Maturity Model for Digitalization within the Manufacturing Industry's Supply Chain},
  author={Christoph Kl{\"o}tzer and Alexander Pflaum},
  booktitle={Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences},
  year={2017}
}
The aim of this paper is the scientific development of a maturity model concerning the digital transformation of companies within the manufacturing industry’s supply chain. [] Key Method Scientific rigor is achieved through conducting grounded theory research and in-depth interviews as methods of data collection and evaluation. Furthermore, relevant aspects concerning the development and construction of maturity models are discussed, before a suitable and scientifically elaborated maturity model concerning…

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