Super Transparency: Metaanalysis of Sharing and Privacy Tendencies Related to Super Transparency

Jacob Alexander Riis

Student thesis: Master thesis

Abstract

This thesis performs a comprehensive meta-analysis of the trends and tendencies in today’s society related to the concept of super-transparency. The thesis also examines the concept of itself super-transparency, by building on the concepts outlined in the 2016 article “Leading in the age of Super-Transparency”. It further enhances the model by way of a thorough of materials gathered on the identified components of super transparency, as well as the data and knowledge gathered in the meta-analysis.
The results show a list of tendencies identified as the governing factors related to super-transparency in today’s society, as well as factors that could influence it going forward. The results also show that within the current society are defined generators that provide the requirements for super-transparency to exist in and by themselves.
The conclusion is that super-transparency is found to could have an enormous impact on today’s society, especially on the way people interact with each other and the systems they use to do so.

EducationsMSc in Business Administration and Information Systems, (Graduate Programme) Final Thesis
LanguageEnglish
Publication date2016
Number of pages67