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Cultura nazionale e livello di digitalizzazione delle imprese europee: evidenze empiriche

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  • Rubino, Michele
  • Vitolla, Filippo
  • Raimo, Nicola
  • Garzoni, Antonello

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Nell’ultimo decennio stiamo assistendo al processo di trasformazione digitale attraverso cui le imprese stanno integrando rapidamente le nuove tecnologie in tutti gli aspetti del business. Questo processo richiede alle imprese la revisione dell’organizzazione in termini di ruoli, competenze e processi e, allo stesso tempo, l’adozione di nuovi strumenti di governance e controllo al fine di salvaguardare o migliorare i propri livelli di performance. Tuttavia, l’implementazione di questi cambiamenti può divergere da impresa a impresa e, soprattutto, da nazione a nazione in considerazione delle diversità culturali, dei valori, delle credenze e dei presupposti che caratterizzano gli individui che operano all’interno delle organizzazioni. L’influenza della cultura sull’innovazione in senso lato è stata oggetto di una vasta gamma di approfondimenti teorici, ma allo stato attuale non esistono studi che abbiano inteso valutare nello specifico l’impatto della cultura nazionale sul livello di digitalizzazione delle imprese. Ciò premesso, il presente studio intende colmare questo gap di ricerca, verificando come la cultura nazionale impatti sul livello di innovazione digitale delle imprese europee per un arco temporale che va dal 2014 al 2017.

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  • Rubino, Michele & Vitolla, Filippo & Raimo, Nicola & Garzoni, Antonello, 2019. "Cultura nazionale e livello di digitalizzazione delle imprese europee: evidenze empiriche," EconStor Open Access Articles, ZBW - Leibniz Information Centre for Economics, pages 581-593.
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