In this editorial, we explore the role of IS in shaping the capacity to recover from exogenous shocks. Based on a synthesis of existing literature, we discuss the interplay between IS and resilience, as examined by various streams of research, and consolidate these insights under the banner of “digital resilience.” Our exploration culminates in a new conceptual framework of digital resilience from which we formulate avenues for future research. Through this work, we aim to encourage and support further research and practical strategies focused on digital resilience, ultimately strengthening our collective capacity to navigate the diverse disruptions of our shared future.
Tim, Yenni and Leidner, Dorothy E.
"Digital Resilience: A Conceptual Framework for Information Systems Research,"
Journal of the Association for Information Systems, 24(5), 1184-1198.
Available at: https://aisel.aisnet.org/jais/vol24/iss5/11
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