This study focuses on organisation design choices as tools for addressing the management challenges of commercialising AI technologies for competitive advantage. It explores how design choices address fundamental problems of organising in such context, illustrating notable design features observed. Additionally, it examines external alignment and internal coherence reiterating interdependencies in organisation’s design choices, when adapting to exogenous changes due to emerging AI technologies.
Seven years have passed since the Great East Japan Earthquake. The purpose of this research is to propose specific measures for regional revitalisation on the basis of trends witnessed in the disaster area’s economy. We quantitatively measure structural changes and grasp the actual state of the afflicted area’s economy. In doing so, the investment?savings (I?S) balance is used to evaluate the autonomy of afflicted regional economies. It is also necessary to encourage the resilience of the urban system itself within the disaster area. To that end, we decided to pay closer attention to the second-tier city group.