Open access peer-reviewed Edited Volume

E-Service

Kyeong Kang

University of Technology Sydney

Dr. Kang is a leading academic researcher in Information Systems focused on culture and social issues, a pioneer of E-service models, and a participant of Australia Korea Forum on Big Data Analytics in ICT collaboration with SNU.

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E-Service E-Service Systems Digital Platform Dynamic Environments Support Quality of Service Service Innovation Decision Making Collaborative Systems Social Business Knowledge Co-Creation Value Co-Creation

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In a competitive business environment, business systems and success have been challenged. Digital platforms for business services are stimulating to support business success in a complex system environment. E-service is getting critical to support organizations with the controllability and dynamic transformations in the recent environment. Organizations mostly require a correct system environment to support the dynamic business collaboration. Operating and managing services, communication, and generating knowledge is crucial to supporting organizations to adapt to change in their dynamic environments. Furthermore, both profit and non-profit organizations need to have keys for important issues that are industry opportunities, supporting the economy, and improving the service innovation.

The new book "E-service" intends to provide views to the reader with a comprehensive view of leading digital services and platforms for-profit and non-profit organizations. Electronic Service (e-service) includes e-business (B2C and B2B), e-education, e-government, e-health, e-government, and others.

This book will deliver well-defined concepts of e-service system, digital platform, quality of service, decision making, value co-creation, social connectivity, visualization, and collaborative process.

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Book initiated and editor appointed

Date completed: October 14th 2020

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Deadline for chapter proposals: November 11th 2020

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Deadline for full chapters: January 10th 2021

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Review results due: March 31st 2021

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Expected publication date: May 30th 2021

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About the editor

Kyeong Kang

University of Technology Sydney

Kyeong Kang is an academic at the University of Technology Sydney. She is an expert in Innovative Digital Culture in E-service System Design particularly in E-commerce and E-government. Her research focuses on the system innovation towards positive impacts on people and society. She delivered an excellent quality of industry and internationally collaborated research projects, and created industry projects with Australian governments and International organizations. Her research is widely published and cited. She is an executive member of the Korean Science and Engineering Association (Australia New Zealand Chapter).

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