Springer has accepted our manuscript on digital assets, and we hope to announce it here in the coming weeks.
Projects are a vital vehicle for economic and social action and the source of innovation, research, and organizational change. They can be the size of a small nation’s gross domestic product or larger than the organizations participating in them. In 2019, the world bank assessed 214 projects worth approximately $71 billion.
Consequently, projects offer situations and digital data that can be analyzed through a multitude of theoretical lenses. We identified four categories of data sources – communications, reports/records, model representations, and computer systems – and 52 digital assets based on a systematic literature review of the top four project management journals.
In our upcoming article, we discuss the classification model and its usefulness.