Les séminaires sur la recherche en gestion présentent : « What are Data Supply Chains? »

Le vendredi 11 mars 2016, de 9 h à 11 h

Cet événement se déroulera en anglais seulement.

Anne L. Washington, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor
School of Policy, Government, and International Affairs
George Mason University

Date :
Le vendredi 11 mars 2016
Heure :
de 9 h à 11 h
Lieu :
École de gestion Telfer
Pavillon Desmarais
DMS 7170
55, avenue Laurier Est
Ottawa (Ontario) K1N 6N5
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À propos de la présentation (en anglais seulement)

Data science and business analytics rely on data-driven predictive models yet we know little about the business relationships that support this process. A "data supply chain" is introduced as a process model to drive questions about the mechanisms that produce big data. Prior conceptualizations overlooked how data often are used by sources distant from the origin. Drawing on institutional theory and supply chain literature, this model underscores the role of relationships between organizations. A data supply chain provides a framework for discussing ethical concerns when data are reused far down the supply chain.

À propos de la conférencière (en anglais seulement)

Anne L. Washington is an Assistant Professor in the School of Policy, Government, and International Affairs at George Mason University in Arlington, Virginia. As a digital government scholar, her research focuses on the production, meaning and retrieval of public sector information. In 2012, she was the first U.S. citizen to be invited as a fellow with the Peter Pribilla Foundation at the Leipzig Graduate School of Management. The grant project report "Failure-driven innovation" was published as a book by Artop Press, Berlin Germany. She has served as an invited expert to the W3C E-Government Interest Group and the W3C Government Linked Data Working Group. She currently is leading a group of colleagues in her Political Informatics (Poli-Informatics) National Science Foundation grant which leverages open government data and computational analysis for the study of governance.


Réservez votre place avant jeudi le 10 mars 2016 auprès de Karine Renaud : krenaud@telfer.uOttawa.ca.

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