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Forschungsvorträge und -Seminare

Zukünftige Forschungsvorträge & Forschungseminare des Instituts für Wirtschaftsinformatik:

Research Seminar Hüseyin Tanriverdi, Associate Professor University of Texas, Austin/USA, on

With a complexity science perspective, this talk focuses on challenges in designing and effectively operating IT security and privacy controls in firms that undertake mergers and acquisitions (M&A), corporate divestitures, and strategic alliances. The speaker will provide a complexity theoretic explanation for the relationships between strategic transactions and data breach risks of firms, with empirical support from a sample of publicly traded U.S. corporations during 2005-2018.

Dozent: Hüseyin Tanriverdi, Associate Professor University of Texas, Austin/USA

Wann: 2019-12-13 10:15:00

Ort/Raum: 52-7024

 

Vergangene Forschungsvorträge & Forschungsseminare des Instituts für Wirtschaftsinformatik: 

Research Talk Prof. Dr. Samuli Pekkola, Tampere University

From an EAM concept to a CIO’s practice and back; how to implement and theorize EAM in organizational settings

Dozent: Prof. Dr. Samuli Pekkola, Tampere University

Wann: 2019-09-20 10:15:00

Ort/Raum: 52-6120

Research Talk Prof. Dr. Henrik Propper, Luxemburg Institute of Science and Technology (LIST) on "Fundamental challenges in systems modelling"

In the context of information systems, and digital ecosystems at large, many different forms of systems modelling are used. This includes: enterprise (architecture) modelling, business process modelling, ontology modelling and information modelling. The resulting models have come to play an important role during all stages of the life-cycle of digital (eco)systems. In our view, the key role of models also fuels the need for a more fundamental reflection on core aspects of modelling itself. In line with this, the goal of this presentation is to explore some of the underlying fundamental challenges of modelling, and in doing so create awareness for, and initiate discussions on, the need for more foundational research into these challenges. The discussion of these challenges has been structured in terms of three clusters: the semiotic foundations, the essence of modelling, and the role of normative frames (such as modelling languages).

Dozent: Prof. Dr.Henrik Propper, Luxemburg Institute of Science and Technology (LIST)

Wann: 2019-09-26 08:30:00

Ort/Raum: 52-7024

Research Talk Prof. Shahla Ghobadi, Associate Professor at Leeds University Business School, on "Software Organizations and Business Model Change"

Although software researchers increasingly explore different types of business models and examine contingencies in their implementation, they pay scant attention to how software organizations change their business models over extended periods to thrive and remain competitive in the market. This study examines business model change in a software organization that had undergone unexpected, lengthy and significant growth and expansion.

Dozent: Shahla Ghobadi, Associate Professor at Leeds University Business School

Wann: 2019-06-28 00:00:00

Ort/Raum: 52-7024

Research Talk Prof. Boh Wai Fong, PhD, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, on "Coping with Change and Uncertainty in High-Tech Firms: Cognitive Flexibility Effects on Employee Performance"

Prof. Boh and her team examine how cognitive flexibility helps employees to excel in a fast changing environment. Cognitive flexibility helps individuals to appropriately toggle between exploration and exploitation based on situational changes. Adopting a reversal learning task adapted from neuroscience, she examines cognitive flexibility of employees in three technology-oriented firms. The results indicate that cognitive flexibility positively influences individual work and creative performance when individuals are faced with significant demands on their time to handle multiple requests arising from a large advice network.

Dozent: Prof. Boh Wai Fong, PhD

Wann: 2019-07-17 09:00:00

Ort/Raum: 52-7024

Research Talk Liudmila Zavolokina, Research Assistant University of Zürich, on "Design for trust in blockchain platforms"

Trust is a crucial component for successful transactions regardless of whether they are executed in physical or virtual spaces. Blockchain technology is often discussed in the context of trust and referred to as a trust-free, trustless, or trustworthy technology. While there may be some genuine trust in the blockchain technology itself, on an application level trust in an IT artifact needs to be established. Additionally, certain factors hinder the end user’s formation of trust in blockchain-based platforms, and therewith mitigate the benefits the technology may offer and hold back its acceptance and usage. In this research talk, Ms. Zavolokina will discuss factors in the formation of trust of end users in a blockchain platform as well as their relevance for design of applications on top of such platforms on the basis of learnings from an action design research project, called Cardossier.

Dozent: Liudmila Zavolokina

Wann: 2019-06-27 14:30:00

Ort/Raum: 52-7024

Research Talk Prof. Dr. Hansjörg Fromm, KIT, on "How will deep learning change business analytics?"

Text mining is receiving continuous attention from both researchers and practitioners since it enables the development of intelligent and automated applications within Information Systems. The extraction of features from text plays a major role in the performance of text mining applications. Artificial neural networks with end-to-end models brought new speed in the extraction of text, however, the lack of interpretably is a major challenge. In this research seminar we will discuss the latest development of text mining feature engineering and the influence of deep learning on the automated extraction of knowledge from textual sources.

Dozent: Prof. Dr. Hansjörg Fromm

Wann: 2019-05-24 11:00:00

Ort/Raum: 52-7024

Research Talk Dr. Niklas Kühn, KIT, on "Artificial Intelligence in Service Systems"

Artificial Intelligence and the application of machine learning is becoming more and more popular to solve relevant business challenges. However, it is not only important to be familiar with precise algorithms, but rather a general understanding of the necessary steps with a holistic view—from real-world challenge to successful deployment of an AI. In this research seminar we will discuss the latest research concerning the complete lifecycle of an AI project with a focus on supervised machine learning challenges.

Dozent: Dr. Niklas Kühn

Wann: 2019-05-20 16:00:00

Ort/Raum: 52-7024

Research Talk Prof. Dr. Ali Sunyaev, KIT, on "Digital Health: Design of User-Centered Mobile Applications for the Healthcare Industry and Blockchain in Genomics"

The health care environment is changing. While paternalism was the dominating paradigm for ages, the focus is now shifting to the individual patient and on empowering patients' to take an active role in their own health care. The increasing patient-centeredness reflects also on the health care information systems landscape. We investigate arising challenges through design science research and develop a patient-centered health IT service (ePill - electronic patient information leaflet) targeting the prevalent problem of medication compliance through enhanced information provision.

Dozent: Prof. Dr. Ali Sunyaev, KIT

Wann: 2019-06-14 10:00:00

Ort/Raum: 52-7024

Research Talk Associate Prof. Dr. Sunil Wattal, Fox School of Business Temple University, Philadelphia/USA, on "Competitive Poaching in Search Advertising: A Randomized Field Experiment"

Keyword searches with brand names occur very commonly on search engines, which enables firms to infer not only when customers are searching for them, but also when customers are searching for their competitors. The strategy of bidding on competitors’ keywords, known as competitive poaching, presents unique opportunities for academic research. In this research, the factors that influence the effectiveness of competitive poaching are examined, specifically the role of different ad copies and the type of competitor (poached brand) that a brand is “poaching” from. It is also examined how competing sponsored ads from the poached brand and other advertisers have an impact on competitive poaching.

Dozent: Prof. Dr. Sunil Wattal, Associate Prof. Fox School of Business Temple University, Philadelphia/USA

Wann: 2019-07-16 09:00:00

Ort/Raum: 52-7024

Research Talk Prof. Dr. Phil Yetton, University of New South Wales, Sidney/Australia on "The effects on organizational performance of moderate, stretch, and seemingly impossible goals"

Drawing on and extending organizational goal theory, we report three findings from an experiment conducted on a management simulation that challenge the prior assumption of a positive goal main effect on organizational performance.

Dozent: Prof. Dr. Phil Yetton, University of New South Wales, Sidney/Australia

Wann: 2018-10-16 11:00:00

Ort/Raum: 52-7024

Research Seminar Prof. Dr. Samuli Pekkola, Tampere University of Technology

IT management, process support, and enterprise architectures

Dozent: Prof. Dr. Samuli Pekkola, Tampere University of Technology

Wann: 2018-09-18 13:30:00

Ort/Raum: 52-7024 (Müller-Friedberg-Strasse 8)

Research Talk with Prof. Dr. Thomas Weber, EPFL

Advances in Model-Based Understanding of the Sharing Economy

Dozent: Prof. Dr. Thomas Weber

Wann: 2018-03-15 16:00:00

Ort/Raum: 52-7024

Research Talk with Mari-Klara Stein, Associate Professor Copenhagen Business School

Leveraging technology to manage role conflict, overload and ambiguity in flexible work

Dozent: Mari-Klara Stein

Wann: 2018-06-21 10:00:00

Ort/Raum: 52-6120

Research Talk with Prof. Dr. Jens Dibbern, University of Bern

Vendor Coopetition in Platform-Based Multi-Sourcing

Dozent: Prof. Dr. Jens Dibbern

Wann: 2018-05-09 16:30:00

Ort/Raum: 52-7024

Research Talk with Prof. Dr. Patrick Haack, HEC University of Lausanne

“Experimental Research in Institutional Theory: Opportunities and Challenges”

Dozent: Prof. Dr. Patrick Haack, Assistant Professor, HEC University of Lausanne

Wann: 2018-05-04 13:00:00

Ort/Raum: IWI-HSG 52-6120

Research Talk with Prof. Dr. Gerd Schwabe, University of Zurich

CarDossier: A Blockchain for the Market for Lemons

Dozent: Prof. Dr. Gerd Schwabe, University of Zurich

Wann: 2018-03-27 16:00:00

Ort/Raum: IWI-HSG 52-7024

Research Talk with Prof. Dr. Christine Legner, University of Lausanne

How to manage data as an asset? Creating the foundations of the digital and data-driven enterprise

Dozent: Prof. Dr. Christine Legner, University of Lausanne

Wann: 2018-05-22 16:00:00

Ort/Raum: IWI-HSG 52-7024

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. 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.

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

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

Ort/Raum: IWI 52-6120

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

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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