Deriving secondary traits of industry 4.0: A comparative analysis of significant maturity models
The potential of Industry 4.0 concept is represented by increased productivity, improved cost efficiency, or higher product attractiveness. The adoption of this concept is related to a high number of challenges and risks. A possible solution to address these challenges and risks is the adoption or implementation of this concept using the maturity models. The maturity models use various approaches to Industry 4.0 with concepts and procedures varying in every maturity model. However, there still exist divergences in terms of their impact on the organizational units. This research conducts the comparative analysis of significant maturity models to identify generally shared traits of Industry 4.0 that are common to the majority of the analyzed maturity models. In addition, it discusses the impact of Industry 4.0 on the business informatics unit in organizations.
Systems Research and Behavioral Science
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Simetinger, F., Zhang, Z. (2020) Deriving secondary traits of industry 4.0: A comparative analysis of significant maturity models. Systems Research and Behavioral Science, 37(4), 663-678.