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https://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12776/16635Στυλ βιβλιογραφικής αναφοράς:
Digital transformation of greek enterprises 2016-2018
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Realising that the future of industry as a whole is digital, the National Documentation Centre (EKT), as a national authority of the Hellenic Statistical System (HSS), with the responsibility for the production of national statistics for Research, Technology, Development and Innovation (RDI), carried out a study on the Digital Transformation of these enterprises. within the framework of the ‘Innovation in Greek Enterprises 2016-2018 involving a population of 12,213 enterprises with 10 or more persons employed. This study is the first recording of strategies and practices directly related to the Digital Transformation of Greek Enterprises, 2016-2018. The study explores the role of Digital Transformation in the strategic planning of enterprises as a continuous development strategy and reflects the main sectors of digital transformation for Greek enterprises. In addition, it sets out factors for the adoption of digital methods of organisation of work, as well as the use of digital practices to gain access to new markets or to increase market share.
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2020
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Αγγλικά
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Athens
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978-618-84984-1-9
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The National Documentation Centre (EKT) (www.ekt.gr ) is the competent national authority of the Hellenic Statistical System for the production of official Research, Development and Innovation statistics (GG 4671/19.12.2019). EKT has carried out the collection and processing of the statistics on innovation in enterprises since 2012, the first reference period being the three years 2010-2012.
The measurement of innovation is based on the concepts and definitions stipulated in the Oslo Manual, a joint publication of the OECD and Eurostat. In 2018, the revised 4th edition of the Oslo Manual was published and was used for the reference period 2016-2018.
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