Two of our research papers have been accepted for presentation at the 40th International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS 2019). The first one entitled “Disentangling the Concept and Role of Continuous Change for IS Research – A Systematic Literature Review” has been co-authored by Silvana Hinsen, Jan Jöhnk and myself. The second paper “NFTs in Practice – Non-Fungible Tokens as Core Component of a Blockchain-based Event Ticketing Application” is the result of a collaboration between Ferdinand Regner, André Schweizer and me. ICIS 2019 will take place from December 15 to 18 in Munich, Germany. It is considered to be the most prestigious conference of the international Information Systems research community.
I will be happy to give a keynote talk on “Opportunities and Challenges of Blockchain in the Mobility and Logistics Sector” at the 3rd Blockchain Public Day organized by the DB Systel Blockchain Crew. The event will take place on October 18, 2019 in Frankfurt.
My article "Die Digitalisierung des Marketings – Wie innovative Technologien die Marktkommunikation verändern" (The digitalization of marketing – How innovative technologies change market communication) has been published in transfer – Zeitschrift für Werbung, Kommunikation und Markenführung.
The IT function as technological forerunner takes over a key role in the digital transformation. In the future, IT and business will merge and become the central driver of value creation. Together with Sven Kreimendahl from Campana & Schott, I present my view on the future of the IT function in a video (in German).
Our report "Chances and Challenges of DLT (Blockchain) in Mobility and Logistics" commissioned by the German Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure was published (in German with extended abstract in English). You can download the report here.
Two of our research papers have been accepted for presentation at the 27th European Conference on Information Systems (ECIS 2019). The first one entitled “Juggling the Paradoxes – Governance Mechanisms in Bimodal IT Organizations” has been co-authored by Jan Jöhnk and Severin Oesterle (University of Bayreuth) as well as Till Winkler and Jacob Nørbjerg (Copenhagen Business School) and myself. The second paper “Machine Learning Approaches along the Radiology Value Chain – Rethinking Value Propositions” is the result of a collaboration between Peter Hofmann, Severin Oesterle, Paul Rust (all University of Bayreuth) and me. ECIS 2019 will take place from June 8 to 14 in Stockholm, Sweden. It is the most prestigious conference of the European Information Systems research community.