Enterprise personal analytics: A research agenda
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Clohessy, T., & Acton, T. (2018). Enterprise personal analytics: A research agenda. Paper presented at the 24th Americas Conference on Information Systems (AMCIS) – Digital Disruption, New Orleans, doi: 10.13025/S88H04
There have been increased calls by academics to investigate the individuation of information systems (IS) which has largely gone unnoticed in the IS research discipline. Thus, we focus on an emergent category of analytics which we refer to as enterprise personal analytics which encompasses the concept of organizations enabling their employees to use their individual analytics to manage their digital working lives from descriptive, diagnostic, predictive and prescriptive points of view. This study offers the following theoretical and practical contributions: (1) We present a framework, derived from a detailed review of the personal analytics literature, which consists of various combinations of research stakeholder perspectives and concerns. This framework can be used to guide and coalesce future IS research on enterprise personal analytics. (2) We provide an overview of possible research questions aimed at highlighting how the framework can be used.