Three papers from our Fraunhofer Blockchain Lab have been accepted for publication in IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management:
The second edition of the Springer book "Digitalization Cases" is designed to present a rich compilation of real-world cases on digitalization. More specifically, with all economic and societal sectors being challenged by emergent digital technologies, this book aims to illustrate how organizations all around the globe leverage their capabilities to foster digital innovation, to develop digital business models, and to digitally transform themselves.
In doing so, this book reports on best practices and lessons learned from organizations that succeeded in tackling challenges and seizing opportunities presented by the digital era. The cases provide insightful examples for practitioners and interesting cases for researchers, teachers, and students globally. All case descriptions follow a common format, making them easily accessible and comparable for the reader. Moreover, accompanying case materials facilitate the learning experience.
Please find the full call for cases at our website.
I talked with Dr. Silvia Knittel from PricewaterhouseCoopers about managing cyber risks in banks and insurance companies. Please find the podcast interview (in German) here.
I was honored to be awarded as Outstanding Associate Editor of the 40th International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS 2019). ICIS 2019 took place from December 15 to 18 in Munich, Germany. ICIS is considered to be the most prestigious conference of the international Information Systems research community.
Our article “Building a Blockchain Application that Complies with the EU General Data Protection Regulation” co-authored by Alexander Rieger, Florian Guggenmos, Jannik Lockl, Gilbert Fridgen and me has been published in MIS Quarterly Executive.
Two of my research papers have been accepted for presentation at the 15th International Conference on Wirtschaftsinformatik (WI 2020). The first one entitled “Developing Purposeful AI Use Cases – A Structured Method and its Application in Project Management” has been co-authored by Peter Hofmann, Jan Jöhnk, Dominik Protschky and myself. The second paper “All Roads Lead to Burning Rome: Towards a Conceptual Model of IT Project Success” is the result of a collaboration between Moritz Hartman, Jan Jöhnk and me. WI 2020 will take place from March 9 to 11 in Potsdam, Germany. It is considered to be the most prestigious conference of the German-speaking Information Systems research community.
We have published our study report “KI, mein Freund und Helfer – Herausforderungen und Implikationen für die Mensch-KI-Interaktion“ (AI, my friend and assistant – challenges and implications for the human-AI interaction) which is the result of a collaboration with EY. More information on the report can be found at the websites of the FIM Research Center and EY.