Journal of Digital Innovation for Humanity (JDIH)

Online ISSN: 2817-2744

Published Articles


Volume 5, 2024

Fareed Shatara, Anna Thai, Wenjun Zeng
Denmark, known for its high happiness index, faces challenges associated with an aging population and labor shortages, particularly in sectors like construction. This paper explores potential solutions within its innovative landscape and the government's positive policy environment for AI. Key stakeholders to consider in the analysis include the immigrant and resident workforce, hiring companies, ...
Denmark, Aging population, Labour shortage, Construction industry, AI-powered chatbot, political environment
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Shengjun Zhang, Besan Barhoumeh, Diana Akisa, Jyoti Gaur
After working with team members from four countries, we finally decided to promote sustainable development in Fiji by growing edible fungi such as mushrooms in Fiji through Juncao (fungi grass) technology. From the project background reasons, feasibility study, risk assessment, the current application of AI technology, project impact and other aspects, this paper has carried on a more in-depth ela ...
Juncao (fungi grass) Technology, Fiji, Sustainable Development, Case Competition.
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Long Yuhan, Liu Tian Le
Ecuador's economy is primarily based on exports of oil, agricultural products and tourism. The country has faced economic challenges, including high levels of external debt and reliance on oil revenues. In recent years, Ecuador been investing in renewable energy sources, such as hydroelectric power and solar energy, to reduce its reliance on fossil fuels and combat climate change. AI-based renewab ...
Renewable energy, sustainability, Ecuador
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Volume 4, 2023

Eyden Samunderu, Antje Kuhnen
Aim/Purpose: In order to address the objective of the research aim of this paper, the influence of digital leadership competencies on employee satisfaction is examined.

Background: Digital leadership competencies are indispensable in the digital world of work today. Leaders need them to survive in the digital environment and act successfully together with their employees. However, relevant leader ...
Digital competencies, leadership, employee satisfaction, digital leader-ship, digital transformation
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Guanglong QUAN
Israel and China have been expanding their relationships to build stronger connections since 2013. After the Belt and Road Initiative, the innovation power of Israel has gained interest by China. This case study compares Israel’s unique culture to that of China. Connections across Hofstede’s cultural dimensions are discussed in the context of innovation. Suggestions and recommendations for Chinese ...
Hofstede; China; Israel; Culture; Comparison
37 - 44

Volume 3, 2022

Celso Sawaia
Aim/Purpose: The need to measure and report on performance is an acute necessity for any organization, especially non-profit organizations. However, measuring the impact of operations and projects on non-tangible goals can be challenging given the diversity of objectives and project structures adopted by these organizations. This paper proposes that the Project Management Office (PMO), as the cent ...
PMO, project management, performance, organization, NGO, KPI
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Volume 1, 2020

Raafat George Saadé
Aim/Purpose: This article presents the results of reviewing journal outlets where research in digital innovation and transformation are published. Our aim is to make the case for a much-needed journal dedicated research and practice in the digital innovation / transformation and human / humanity sphere.

Background: Digital innovation has become part of our daily lives whether we are aware of it ...
Digital Innovation and Transformation, Humanity, Journals, Review
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Raafat George Saadé
Aim/Purpose: Although the latest review on digital innovation was made in 2018 (included articles up to 2017), the purpose of this study is to explore and examine opportunities for research in digital innovation and transformation for both researchers (including graduate students) and practitioners. A conceptual model is proposed.

Background: Digital innovation is omnipresent today, as it has pe ...
Digital innovation transformation, Human, Structured literature review.
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Raafat Saade, Harshjot Nijher
Aim/Purpose: This article presents the study of an ERP implementation in a non-profit or-ganization with the aim to identify people-centered factors for its success.

Background: Studying the experience of customers, employees, and partners remain the focus of a lot of research. Integrated information systems paradigms such as digital platforms and enterprise resources planning is still not well ...
ERP implementation, user ecosystem, digital platform, factors of success
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Ulrich Schmitt
Aim/Purpose: This year marks the 75th anniversary of an article titled ‘As we may think’. It envisioned the ‘Memex’ as a personal device affording the productive use of the accumulated human knowledge. It also allowed for the integration of own augmentations able to be effectively shared with the ‘Memexes’ of others. This article follows up on Vannevar Bush’s still unfulfilled aspiration as well a ...
Knowledge Visions, Knowledge Management, Memex, Personal Knowledge Management, Knowledge Worker, Opportunity Divides, General-Purpose-Technology, Disruptive Innovation
92 - 109

Agyei Fosu, Nozipho Giba-Fosu, Ebenezer A Odoi
Aim/Purpose: The study explores Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) application in terms of social media usage to promote businesses with emphasizes on SMMEs in underdeveloped regions in the information age era.

Background: The application of ICTs platform in terms of Social Media in the information age economies era by Small Medium and Micro Enterprises (SMMEs) especially those ope ...
ICTs, SMMEs, Social Media, underdevelopment.
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