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PRIME - Paderborn Research Colloquium on Information Management & Engineering

Im Rahmen des Forschungsseminars PRIME werden vom Department Wirtschaftsinformatik führende Forscherpersönlichkeiten sowie vielversprechende Nachwuchsforscherinnen der Wirtschaftsinformatik an die Universität Paderborn eingeladen.

Prof. Dr. Isabella Seeber, Grenoble Ecole de Management
Control Styles in Robotic Scrum Facilitation: Insights from a Video Vignette-Based Experimental Study
16.11.2021, 16:30 Uhr, I 1.407

Abstract:

Given the trajectory of artificial intelligence (AI), autonomous conversational agents such as social robots will likely soon join teams in the workplace. A potential role such agents will play is adopting the role of facilitators, for example, facilitating certain tasks like a Scrum master in agile software development projects. In this role, they need to enact a certain degree of control over the Scrum team. It is unclear how human team members would react to a robotic Scrum master’s control style, which could be more enabling or more authoritative. Based on a vignette-based experiment supported with rich video animations, our findings suggest that a robot’s enabling control style results in higher team members’ job satisfaction because the robot’s enabling style leads to more trust. Thus, trust positively mediates the relationship between control style and job satisfaction. No mediation effect was found for monitoring. These findings have implications for control theory and conversational agents design. In this talk, I will also complement our findings with first insights we gained from a laboratory experiment, where subjects interact with a NAO robot as a Scrum Master in a role-playing game.

Short Bio:

Isabella Seeber is an Associate Professor at the Department of Management, Technology and Strategy at the Grenoble Ecole de Management. Since 2013, she holds a doctorate degree from the University of Innsbruck, Austria. Isabella’s research focuses on AI-enabled conversational agents in team collaboration, team- and crowd-based innovation, digital nudging, and Collaboration Engineering. She also successfully acquired external funding for her research projects (FWF-P 29765, FWF-J 3735). Her research has appeared in journals such as Journal of Management Information Systems, Decision Support Systems, Computers in Human Behavior, Information & Management, or Group Decision and Negotiation.

Prof. Dr. Christine Legner, University of Lausanne
Democratizing Data in Enterprises - A Reference Model for Enterprise Data Catalogs
26.05.2021, 16:00 Uhr online

Christine Legner is Full Professor of Information Systems at HEC Lausanne, University of Lausanne, where she teaches business information systems and enterprise architecture. She is also the academic director of the Competence Center Corporate Data Quality (CC CDQ), a research consortium and expert community in the field of corporate data management.

Her research interests revolve around IT-enabled business innovations, resulting from the convergence of cloud, mobile and analytical technologies. She works on concepts and methods for corporate data management and strategic IT planning to align business information systems with organizational goals and structures.

Before joining HEC Lausanne, Christine Legner was professor at European Business School in Wiesbaden (Germany). She holds a PhD and post-doctoral qualification (“Habilitation”) in Information Systems from the University of St. Gallen (Switzerland). She has been visiting scholar at INSEAD, Stanford University and University of Montreal.

Prof. Dr. Jan Recker, Universität Hamburg
Understanding Multiple Conceptual Models
28.04.2021, 13:00 Uhr online

Jan Recker is Alexander-von-Humboldt Fellow, Chaired Professor for Information Systems and Digital Innovation at the University of Hamburg, and Adjunct Professor at the QUT Business School. In his research he explores the intersection of technology, people and work. He works with particularly large organizations, such as Woolworths, SAP, Hilti, Commonwealth Bank, Lufthansa, Ubisoft, Esri, federal and state governments, and with particularly small organizations ("start-ups") in the consumer goods, hardware, and financial sectors. He tackles questions such as

  • systems analysis and design practices in the digital age
  • digital entrepreneurship
  • digital innovation and transformation in large organizations
  • digitalization of products, services, and processes
  • digital solutions for a sustainable future

Jan's research in these areas draws on quantitative, qualitative and computational methods. He has published in leading information systems, management science, software engineering, project management, computer science, and sociology journals. He has also written popular textbooks on scientific research and data analysis, which are in use in over 500 institutions in over 60 countries. He was Editor-in-Chief of the Communications of the Association for Information Systems from 2015-2020. He is Senior Editor for the MIS Quarterly. In 2019, he was named #1 business researcher under 40 years of age by the German Magazine Wirtschaftswoche. He was the youngest academic ever to be named an AIS fellow in 2018. In 2019, he received an “Outstanding Associate Editor Award” from MIS Quarterly.

Prof. Dr. Christiane Lehrer, Copenhagen Business School
Why Users Comply with Wearables: The Role of Contextual Self-Efficacy in Behavioral Change
03.02.2021, 12.30 Uhr online

Prof. Dr. Christiane Lehrer is Assistant Professor at the Department of Digitalization, Copenhagen Business School. She holds a PhD in Information Systems from the Ludwig Maximilian University (LMU) Munich. After her PhD, she gained 3 years of industry experience as a strategy and M&A manager in a large telecommunications company. Before joining CBS, Christiane was Assistant Professor and Head of Competence Center Digital Service Innovation at the University of St. Gallen, Switzerland.

Christiane's research specialization concerns 1) data-driven innovation and change, and 2) user behavior. She studies how organizations can use data analytics for the successful innovation of products and services. At the same time, she investigates how users interact with digital technologies and how this can lead to behavioral changes.

Her work has appeared, among others, in highly regarded journals such as Journal of Management Information Systems, European Journal of Information Systems, and Electronic Markets and has been presented at leading conferences such as the International Conference on Information Systems. Christiane is Associate Editor of Electronic Markets and has performed track chair duties for multiple international conferences.

Prof. Dr. Sam Ramsbothom, Boston College, Carroll School of Management
"Electronic Trace Data and Legal Outcomes: The Effect of Electronic Medical Records on Malpractice Claim Resolution Time"
03.11.2020, 15.00 Uhr online

Dr. Ransbotham’s research interests include IT security, social media and the strategic use of IT. In 2014, he was awarded an NSF CAREER Award for his analytics-based research in security. He was recently named the guest editor for MIT's Sloan Management Review, Data and Analytics initiative. His recent research appeared in Marketing Science, Management Science, MIS Quarterly, Information Systems Research and the INFORMS Journal on Computing. Dr. Ransbotham was also awarded one of eleven inaugural Google and WPP Marketing Awards to support research into how online media influences consumer behavior, attitudes, and decision making.

In his talk, Dr, Ransbothom presented interesting findings in the context of his current research focus investigating how electronic medical records influence the malpractice claim resolution time and how electronic trace data can be used in legal decisions.

 

Prof. Dr. Iris Junglas, College of Charleston
„Capturing the ‚Social‘ in Social Networks—A Conceptualization and Empirical Application of a Comprehensive Measurement"
20.08.2020, 15.00 Uhr online

Prof. Dr. Iris Junglas is the Noah T. Leask Distinguished Professor of Information Management and Innovation in the Supply Chain and Information Management Department at the College of Charleston. She holds a Ph.D. from the University of Georgia, as well as an undergraduate and master’s degree in Computer Science from the University of Koblenz, Germany. Over a 20-year career, she has worked for a variety of IT consulting firms, including PricewaterhouseCoopers and Accenture where she worked under the tutelage of Jeanne Harris (co-author of the book “Competing on Analytics” together with Tom Davenport) as a Research Fellow for the Institute of High Performance.

Iris’ research sits at the intersection of technology innovation and business analytics. Overall, Iris has published more than 50 refereed journal articles in the field of Information Systems, including outlets, such as the European Journal of Information Systems, Journal of the Association of Information Systems, Information Systems Journal, Journal of Strategic Information Systems, Management Information Systems Quarterly and Management Information Systems Quarterly Executive. In 2017, Iris won the AIS best paper award for her work together with Oliver Müller, Jan vom Brocke, and Stefan Debortoli on “Deriving business value from unstructured data” for which the authors developed a text mining tool, freely available at MineMyText.com.

Iris is a Senior Associate Editor of the European Journal of Information Systems, an Associate Editor for the Communications of AIS, and a board member of the Journal of Strategic Information Systems and Management Information Systems Quarterly Executive. She has just completed a Fulbright Scholarship at Maynooth University in Ireland where she researched the “Internet of Things.” She has taught at the undergraduate, graduate, Ph.D., and executive level, inside and outside the US, in English and in German. In 2018, she won a graduate teaching award for her work with MBA students.

Iris has lived in Germany, Switzerland, and Ireland. In the U.S., Iris seems to like the “ston” towns as she has lived in Houston, Boston, and now lives in Charleston. Iris loves oil-painting and repairing things.

Prof. Dr. Alexander Benlian
"Dark and Bright Sides of Digital Transformation – Empirical Insights from Research Studies on Technostress and Agile IS Development Practices Use"
23.01.-24.01.2020

Prof. Dr. Alexander Benlian ist seit 2012 Direktor des Stiftungslehrstuhls für Wirtschaftsinformatik & E-Services an der Technischen Universität Darmstadt (TU Darmstadt). In seiner Forschung untersucht er, wie Unternehmen von Software-Plattformen, Cloud-Diensten und der schnellen viralen Verbreitung von Informationen in sozialen Netzwerken  profitieren können. Darüber hinaus interessiert er sich dafür, wie Nutzer mit neuartigen IT-bezogenen Konzepten wie beispielsweise Web-Personalisierung, Online-Communities oder viralen "loop triggers" im Internet interagieren. Darüber hinaus und ganz allgemein interessiert er sich für die Bereiche Unternehmertum, Dienstleistungsforschung, Verhaltensökonomie und Psychologie und arbeitet bevorzugt empirisch.

Prof. Dr. Tilo Böhmann, Universität Hamburg
"Exploring the Diffusion and Rebound of Personal Data in Complex Service Ecosystems – An Analysis of Privacy-Critical Cases"
06.11.-07.11.2019

Prof. Dr. Tilo Böhmann ist stellvertr. Leiter des Fachbereichs Informatik der Universität Hamburg und der Forschungsgruppe IT-Management und Consulting. Seine Forschungsinteressen gelten dem Service Systems Engineering und dem IT-Management sowie innovativen digitalen Dienstleistungen und ihren Servicegeschäftsmodellen.

Er ist Mitinitiator von ahoi.digital, einem strategischen Wachstumsprogramm für Informatik in Hamburg und der Forschungskooperation Information Governance Technology zwischen Informatik, Recht und Ethik. Tilo Böhmann hat einen Habilitationsabschluss der Technischen Universität München, eine Promotion der Universität Hohenheim und einen MSc der London School of Economics and Political Science.

Dr. Daniel Schnurr, Universität Passau
"Standing on the Shoulders of Web Giants: The Economic Effects of Personal Data Markets"
11.07.-12.07.2019

Dr. Daniel Schnurr leitet seit April 2017 die Forschungsgruppe Data Policies an der Universität Passau. Er promovierte 2016 im Bereich Wirtschaftsinformatik (Information Systems) am Karlsruher Institut für Technologie, wo er drei Jahre als wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter am Institut für Informationswirtschaft und Marketing (IISM) gearbeitet hat. Von 2007 bis 2013 studierte Dr. Daniel Schnurr Informationswirtschaft (B.Sc. & M.Sc.) am Karlsruher Institut für Technologie. Er war Gaststudent an der John Molson School of Business, Concordia University (Kanada) und der Singapore Management University (Singapur).

In seiner Forschung befasst sich Daniel Schnurr mit den ökonomischen und strategischen Implikationen der Digitalisierung. Seine Arbeiten zur wettbewerblichen Bedeutung des Zugangs zu Daten und Netzinfrastruktur hat er in renommierten Zeitschriften wie beispielsweise Management Science, Journal of Industrial Economics und MIT Sloan Management Review publiziert. Auf Grundlage interdisziplinärer Forschung engagiert sich Daniel Schnurr am Wissenstransfer in Praxis und Politik und koordiniert den Arbeitskreis „Digital Society: Culture & Policies“ des Zentrum Digitalisierung.Bayern.

Dr. Markus Weinmann, Universität Liechtenstein
"When the stars shine too bright: Assessing the influence of multidimensional ratings on overall product ratings"
28.05.-29.05.2019

Dr. Markus Weinmann ist Assistenzprofessor am Institut für Wirtschaftsinformatik. Er hat an der Technischen Universität Braunschweig promoviert und war als Gastforscher an verschiedenen Universitäten tätig, darunter die City University of Hong Kong und die Queensland University of Technology. Seine Forschungsergebnisse wurden in führenden Fachzeitschriften publiziert (z.B. im MIS Quarterly), mit renommierten Preisen ausgezeichnet (z.B. dem European Research Paper of the Year) und von internationalen Medien vorgestellt (z.B. The Wall Street Journal und Der Spiegel). Markus Weinmann forscht und lehrt im Bereich „Digital Economy“, insbesondere zum Entscheidungsverhalten von Nutzern auf digitalen Plattformen. Anwendungsgebiete umfassen Crowdfunding (z.B. Kickstarter), Crowdsourcing (z.B. Transfermarkt) oder Online Ratings (z.B. TripAdvisor).

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