Big Data em Organizações de Médio e Grande Porte do Setor Público Brasileiro: Prontidão e Situação Atual, Replicação do Estudo Holandês de Klievink et al. (2017)
ResumoEste estudo é a replicação da pesquisa de Klievink et al. (2017) aplicada no governo holandês, utilizando as dimensões de alinhamento para tecnologia da informação, capacidades e maturidade organizacional. A questão de pesquisa é: em que medida as organizações do setor público brasileiro estão prontas e preparadas para utilização de iniciativas de big data? O resultado mostrou que os órgãos públicos brasileiros não estão prontos para a implementação de big data. As conclusões mostram que é necessário fomentar atividades na coleta de dados, compartilhando informações entre organizações e uma mudança de pensamento dos gestores públicos sobre a importância das informações na tomada de decisão.
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