Print Email Facebook Twitter Capturing Value from Open Data Platforms: The Utilization of Open Data Platform for Stimulating Open Innovation in the Public Sector in the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, and Indonesia Title Capturing Value from Open Data Platforms: The Utilization of Open Data Platform for Stimulating Open Innovation in the Public Sector in the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, and Indonesia Author Arief, T.B. Contributor Tan, Y. (mentor) Janssen, M.F.W.H.A. (mentor) Verburg, R.M. (mentor) Zuiderwijk van Eijk, A. (mentor) Faculty Technology, Policy and Management Department Information and Communication Technology Programme Management of Technology Date 2013-04-15 Abstract Several public bodies have opened their data through open data platforms to promote transparency, participation, and collaboration among government’s stakeholders. This action stimulates open innovation in reusing those open government data. Yet, the study about the potential of open data platform to stimulate open innovation in the public sector has not been disclosed into wider research area. Therefore, this study is aimed to get insight the potential of the platform to stimulate open innovation especially in the public sector. Current adoptions of the platforms in three different countries; the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, and Indonesia, are examined to capture the value of the platform. To provide a comprehensive analysis of those three countries, this study tries to understand the backgrounds of those countries and the current adoption of open data platform in each examined country. A conceptual framework was developed from open data value chain analysis. It can define the strengths and weaknesses of current adoption of the platforms in three examined countries. In this framework there are two activities; literature reviews and empirical research, which were conducted to answer the main research question. Literature reviews were conducted to explain three countries’ backgrounds with regard to democracy, public administration, culture, technology infrastructure, and open data policies. There are several differences among three countries’ backgrounds in those aspects. They should affect to the best strategy which will be implemented in order to get successful adoption of open data platform in each country. Next, the evaluation of the ENGAGE platform’s services was an empirical research to understand the ways the platform can stimulate open innovation in the public sector. This study discusses open innovation process within the platform in reusing open government data of three examined countries. Nevertheless, the current ENGAGE platform has not supported yet for stimulating open innovation. It has to be completed with several tools which can stimulate join collaboration among open data stakeholders such as researchers, citizens, and businesses. Further studies should discuss this result to other open data platforms by using the same typical framework. Therefore, a generalization can be made. Subject open government dataopen data platformopen innovationpublic sectoropen data value chain To reference this document use: http://resolver.tudelft.nl/uuid:2b17278e-213c-41e6-9d72-8c185f8aa9a6 Embargo date 2013-04-15 Access restriction Campus only Part of collection Student theses Document type master thesis Rights (c) 2013 Arief, T.B.