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Research Talks & Research Seminar

Forthcoming Research Talks & Research Seminars at the Institute of Information Management:

Research Talk on "A Structured Methodology for Collaboration Engineering" by Prof. Robert Briggs, San Diego State University

Information Systems (IS) require intense collaboration. Large IS projects may require that hundreds or thousands of stakeholders work together to, for instance, negotiate requirements, develop the system, and participate in its operation. The principles of effective collaboration, however, are not self-evident. A small percentage of people has an intuitive grasp of collaboration, and can lead a group to do great things; the rest must muddle through and settle for less. Under some conditions, teams using collaboration technology gain substantial increases in speed, efficiency, quality of work products, satisfaction, and return-on-investment, but these gains are typically only realized in groups led by collaboration experts. Collaboration Engineering (CE) emerged in response to this challenge.

Dozent: Prof. Robert Briggs, San Diego State University

Wann: 2017-10-05 10:30:00

Ort/Raum: IWI 52-6120

Research Talk on ""Balancing exploration and exploitation in information system development: Four Types of agile ambidexterity" by Dr. Sabine Matook, Associate Professor University of Queensland

The achievement of ambidexterity is success-critical for an ISD team because it translates into a vital balance between exploration and exploitation. Yet, having this balance is challenging because the ISD team has only limited time and attention to commit to satisfying the needs of exploration and exploitation. Prior research suggests a combination of the traditional – waterfall ISD method - with the agile ISD method to achieve the balance of explore and exploit and thus to be ambidextrous. However, the combination approach does not work for ISD teams that want to avoid using practices from the traditional ISD method and seek to stay within the agile ISD method only. The literature is silent on how an ISD team can achieve ambidexterity under these conditions. We draw on the literature on ambidexterity and use a theoretical framework of four types of ambidexterity to gain a better understanding of how ISD teams balance exploration and exploitation in order to be ambidextrous. In a qualitative case study, we examine how the ISD team masters the achievement of ‘agile’ ambidexterity. Our key theoretical contribution is a deeper theoretical understanding on the achievement of four types of ambidexterity that range from the individual to the organization and encompass bottom-up/emergent and top-down/management approaches. The practical implications of the research are relevant for organizations and managers concerning how the types and levels of ambidexterity might be managed, both separately and collectively.

Dozent: Dr. Sabine Matook, Associate Professor University of Queensland/Australia

Wann: 2017-12-19 09:00:00

Ort/Raum: IWI 52-6120

 

Past Research Talks & Research Seminars at the Institute of Information Management:

Guest Lecture on "Elaborating Action Design Research" by Prof. Alan Hevner, University of South Florida

Action Design Research

Dozent: Prof. Alan Hevner, University of South Florida

Wann: 2016-06-09 10:00:00

Ort/Raum: HSG Bibliotheksgebäude, 09-012

Eine generische Infrastruktur für das Management von Forschungsdaten

Motiviert über die Diskussionen zur European Open Science Cloud stellt der Vortrag vor, wie eine generische Infrastruktur für das disziplinenübergreifende Management von Forschungsdaten aussehen kann.

Dozent: Prof. Dr. Klaus Tochtermann

Wann: 2016-05-11 14:30:00

Ort/Raum: Unterer Graben 21, 9000 St.Gallen, Raum 51-6012

Prof. M. Mocker & Ainara Novales talk about: "What it Takes to Become a Digitized Product Company"

In this interactive 2hour session, we would like to motivate our research, share some examples from practice, present preliminary findings from a literature review, and discuss about and get feedback on our approach.

Dozent: Prof. M. Mocker & Ainara Novales, ESB Business School, Reutlingen University

Wann: 2015-12-04 10:00:00

Ort/Raum: Unterer Graben 21, 9000 St. Gallen, Sitzungszimmer 4-51-6012/IWI

Prof. Dr. Hanna Krasnova talks about "Social Media and Smartphones: the Bright, the Dark, and the Ugly"

Presentation on topic and planned research directions

Dozent: Prof. Dr. Hanna Krasnova

Wann: 2015-09-24 10:00:00

Ort/Raum: Unterer Graben 21, 9000 St. Gallen, Sitzungszimmer 4-51-6012/IWI

Exploring how work system theory and its extensions provide insights and challenges related to service science, control systems, BPM, enterprise architecture, and other important topics

Duration: 1 hour

Dozent: PROF. STEVEN ALTER (University of San Francisco)

Wann: 2015-07-02 11:00:00

Ort/Raum: HSG-Lounge, Tellstrasse 2

On the modeling of business operations: reflections on componentization

Duration: 2 hours

Dozent: Jorge Sanz (National University of Singapore & IBM Research Almaden)

Wann: 2015-06-23 10:00:00

Ort/Raum: Mueller-Friedberg-Str. 8, St. Gallen, 49-467

Aligning business and IT strategies in multi-business organizations

Duration: 1.5 hours

Dozent: Phil Yetton (UNSW Australia Business School)

Wann: 2015-04-30 11:30:00

Ort/Raum: Mueller-Friedberg-Str. 8, St. Gallen, 49-467

The Hive of the Mind

Duration: 1.5 hours

Dozent: Rafael A. Gonzàlez (Javeriana University, Colombia)

Wann: 2015-03-25 12:30:00

Ort/Raum: Tellstr. 2, St. Gallen, 58-424

A Design Theory for Digital Platforms supporting Online Communities

Duration: 2 hours

Dozent: Paolo Spagnoletti (LUISS Guido Carli University, Department of Business and Management)

Wann: 2015-03-16 10:00:00

Ort/Raum: Mueller-Friedberg-Str. 8, St. Gallen, 49-467

The use of simulation in research and practice

Duration: 2 hours

Dozent: Paolo Spagnoletti (LUISS Guido Carli University, Department of Business and Management)

Wann: 2015-03-18 10:00:00

Ort/Raum: Mueller-Friedberg-Str. 8, St. Gallen, 49-467

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