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Management Concepts and Digitization

The management of a company is confronted with digital transformation in two forms. On the one hand, it is important to set up structures that ensure a systematic analysis of the opportunities and risks of new solutions opened up through information and communication technologies, especially in larger companies - for example by introducing new management roles such as Chief Digital Officers. In addition, the management system must be adapted to the opportunities and risks of new digital technologies – e.g. through agile organizational structures. This research field focuses on both forms. The aim is to question management practices and to find new approaches.

Members:

Prof. Dr. Thomas Hess (Director)
Philipp Barthel
Maren Gierlich
Janine Hagen
Laura Jennifer Lohoff
Christian Sciuk
Mena Angela Teebken

Current research topics:

  • Management of corporate digitalization processes (structures, roles, strategies)
  • Digitalization programs (instruments, program management, requirements)
  • Corporate use of big data (synergies from joining data, distribution of data)
  • Databased management concepts (transparency as a design concept)
  • Privacy in the digitized workplace
  • Collaboration in the area of big data analytics
  • Origin and development of digitization strategies
  • Acceptance of digital innovations

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