During lecture time, we have our Lunchtime Seminar each Tuesday from 12.15-12.45. During this seminars, researchers of the Department or invited guest provide us with insights into their research.

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12.07.2022 A supply chain integration maturity model enabling contextualized supply chain integration maturity assessment

Talk title: A supply chain integration maturity model enabling contextualized supply chain integration maturity assessment


Speaker affiliationEduardo Israel, WWU


Talk abstractSupply chain integration (SCI) has become relevant for both practitioners and academics. Despite the growing number of... mehr

05.07.2022 Understanding the meaning and management of exploration and exploitation in the context of small- and medium-sized IT consulting firms: An application of a paradox perspective

Talk title: Understanding the meaning and management of exploration and exploitation in the context of small- and medium-sized IT consulting firms: An application of a paradox perspective


Speaker affiliation: Matthias Werner, WWU


Talk abstract: The high innovation pace in the IT sector requires IT consulting firms to innovate and learn constantly... mehr

28.06.2022 Do Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs) Affect Prices of Physical Products? Evidence from Trading Card Collectibles

Talk title: Do Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs) Affect Prices of Physical Products? Evidence from Trading Card Collectibles


Speaker affiliation: Prof. Dr. Dominik Gutt, Rotterdam School of Management


Talk abstract: The introduction of NFTs and the high prices that many have been auctioned off for raise the question how the introduction of NFTs affect the prices of their... mehr

21.06.2022 A Critical Investigation of the Mental Health of Astronauts: Implications for Systems

Talk title: A Critical Investigation of the Mental Health of Astronauts: Implications for Systems


Speaker affiliation: Dr. Patrick Stacey, Centre for Information Management, Loughborough University, United Kingdom.


Talk abstract: The aim of this research is to critically investigate the... mehr

14.06.2022 Digital Technologies and Future Making

Talk title: Digital Technologies and Future Making


Speaker affiliation: Prof. Dr. Sirkka L. JarvenpaaMcCombs School of Business, The University of Texas at Austin


Talk abstract: In 1995, James G. March suggested that information technologies have an influence on organizational learning in that they accentuate exploitation of the present competences at the expense of... mehr

31.05.2022 Are Decision Makers Really Averse to Algorithms? Challenging the Findings on Current Research on Algorithm Aversion and Suggestions For Future Research

Talk title: Are Decision Makers Really Averse to Algorithms? Challenging the Findings on Current Research on Algorithm Aversion and Suggestions For Future Research


Speaker affiliation: Dr. Ekaterina Jussupow, University of Mannheim, Business School


Talk abstract: Even though algorithms increasingly influence humans in daily life and workplaces, scientific research has shown that decision makers have an aversion toward... mehr

24.05.2022 City 5.0

Talk title: City 5.0


Speaker affiliation: Prof. Dr. Dr. H.C. Jörg Becker, WWU


Talk abstractAs citizens, our access to goods and services is restricted. Digital technologies can help in overcoming restrictions as well as in shifting goods and services from the private into the public domain. In this talk, I ... mehr

17.05.2022 A Process Reference Model for Operational and Real-Time Planning in Road Freight Transport

Talk title: A Process Reference Model for Operational and Real-Time Planning in Road Freight Transport


Speaker affiliation: Sandra Lechtenberg, WWU


Talk abstract: While there are successful applications of data analytics to operational and real-time planning, a structured overview of the processes and decision tasks is missing. Hence, this talk shows a process reference model for operational and real-time transport planning... mehr

10.05.2022 Leveraging “AI for Good” to Achieve the Sustainable Development Goals

Talk title: Leveraging “AI for Good” to Achieve the Sustainable Development Goals





Speaker affiliation: Prof. Dr. Stefan Feuerriegel, LMU Munich School of Management





Talk abstract: Leveraging artificial intelligence (AI) allows for unprecedented opportunities to make important progress towards reaching the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) of the United Nations by 2030. In... mehr

03.05.2022 Intentional forgetting and the role of trust in information systems

Talk title: Intentional forgetting and the role of trust in information systems


Speaker affiliation: Sebastian Reiners, WWU


Talk abstract: The current changes in the world of work mean that users and information systems must deal with ever-increasing volumes of data and information. The project "Getrost Vergessen" aims to investigate how intentional forgetting can be harnessed in organizations with the help of information... mehr