The Digital Innovation Challenge of The London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) is an annual essay competition for students to explore how digital innovations influence business and society.
Two separate prizes one for last year undergraduates and one for Master students. Take the opportunity to explore a new interesting topic or develop your current work further to win great prizes!
The challenge is open for final year undergraduate and master’s level students in any field.
1. Choose an area of interest (i.e. Social media and democracy, e-Government, Open Source, Privacy & Security, Big Data; e-Businees, Organisational forms, business models, etc etc) and discuss a specific phenomenon of Digital Innovation
2. Review related body of work: academic journals, practitioner literature such as industry websites and other reliable sources.
3. Construct an argument where the main ideas and concepts from the literature are clear and well organised.
Each participating university will in December 2014 nominate one winner for each category (undergraduate and master students) to enter the global competition.